He Called His Mom A Horrible Parent At Her Engagement Party Because She Abandoned Him When He Was Just 11 And Tried To Replace Him With Her Soon-To-Be Stepdaughters

Sharon - - illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

It’s incredibly frustrating when a parent hurts or betrays you in some way and expects you to act as if they did nothing wrong.

One teenager recently had an outburst at his mother’s engagement party, as she acted like nothing was wrong even though she emotionally abandoned him and moved him out of her house when he was 11.

He’s 17-years-old and had a rough childhood. He grew up with separated parents and lived at his mom’s house for many childhood years. For years, his mom was a bit of a helicopter parent and would be on his case anytime he did anything wrong. 

When he was a preteen, his mom and he would argue a lot, which he figured was normal for his age. However, after one particular fight, during which he told his mom he “hated” her, she snapped and made him pack up his things and move into his dad’s apartment.

“I thought it wouldn’t be a big deal, and I would just see her the next day after she proved her point, but she left me there,” he explained.

“After that, things got essentially worse for me. My grades dropped, and I kept getting into trouble at school, almost to the point where I was kicked out. My dad never had job security, so money was tight. His girlfriend also wasn’t fond of me, saying I was “dumped” on them. I wanted to go back to live with my mom. I thought to apologize, but my mom had essentially moved on with her life.”

After moving him out of her house, his mom returned to school, got a new job, and would only see him on the weekends. However, during their visits, they hardly connected. His mom eventually met a new man named Paul, who has two daughters, a nine-year-old and a 13-year-old.

“She started treating his daughters like they were her own, and they started calling her ‘mommy,’ which irritated me,” he admitted.

“Eventually, they moved into my mom’s house and changed my childhood bedroom into one of the daughter’s rooms. I was livid when I found out, [said] some mean things about the girls and refused to go back [to] my mom’s [on] weekends, but she was confused on why was acting this way.”

Sharon – – illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

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