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i can't think of a title right now

ummmmm... what's wrong with my mom?

i was on my laptop writing a mail and she just barges into my room so out of habit i close my laptop and she's like what are you writing

when i show her that i wasn't doing anything wrong she starts shouting at me because i closed my laptop

like wtf mom i showed you what i was doing and i even said sorry but i couldn't help it, it was like a reflex

but she's still angry for no reason at all and i hate this situation

what am i supposed to do

i hate this so much

i am angry and i don't know whats going on with me but i am angry all the time and i can't help it

so damn angry

ALL the TIME and it's so exhausting and shit i don't wanna be angry but the people i'm currently living with aren't helping

i'm so frustrated

jesus i can't even be on my laptop without people getting angry about it

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Re: i can't think of a title right now

This is Called teenage frustration. Lots of hormones running through your body. I have a son 15 years old and I never allowed him to use his laptop in his room because of horrible internet stories like blue whale etc.. The other day I went to his room, he did the same thing to me you did to your mom. I was so upset because he showed the same frustration on me.


my elder sister told me that to back off, give him some space because he is not a child anymore.


i was calm and quiet for a week, I didn’t say or argue for anything he did in that time.


I think he realized what I am going through.

  1. He is my only child, I am suffering from separation anxiety due to his age and friends.
  2. I gave up my job and career for him to home school. Now he doesn’t need same amount of help or attention with his studies. He is doing well. But I have plenty of time to spare for him.

so we talked and he explained me what is he going through. And I explained him mine.


we made certain rules and boundaries where we both can be happy. At the end of the day I have to take care of his needs. He realized that.

we are at peace for now.