Mom Who Depends On Daughter For Nearly Everything Says She Feels Like A Burden

Mom Who Depends On Daughter For Nearly Everything Says She Feels Like A Burden


100 comments on “Mom Who Depends On Daughter For Nearly Everything Says She Feels Like A Burden

  1. Tiffany Curtis Post author

    This woman reminds me so much of my own mother, is pathetic and sad. I really feel for the girl taking care of her because I am really living in her shoes. I got passed down the same responsibility when none of my other siblings would take her in now she free loads off me and my boyfriend living practically rent free. Shes my mother and I definetly love her with all my heart but she places such a burden on me trying to start my own life.

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  2. jonuel rodriguez Post author

    If you have a disability apply for disability depending on working credits you might get a couple grand a month I did case management before no reason to have your daughter support you also if can’t walk that’s fine lots of jobs you can work sitting down from home…

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  3. coolgirl312 Post author

    Basically this mother is acknowledging that she is living off her daughter but at the same time, she is finding every excuse possible in the books to prevent herself from changing that fact.

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  4. Nine Post author

    Awww man..smh not just the mother, but her daughter. Please hire a aid and get help to also make it easier for her daughter. Thats a bit selfish.

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  5. Rainbow Lynn Post author

    I actually have this this lady would still be able to go to work and everything even with the disease

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  6. Shelia Mason Post author

    My grandmother is 79 and has a job and she is a diabetic also have high blood pressure and her husband left her with six children to take of…

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  7. Ashley Gilliland Post author

    “I have EDS.”
    “I haven’t been diagnosed with it yet.”
    “She (the NP) said I have it, but I don’t have the paperwork”.
    Do you or don’t you have it?

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  8. Kristen C Post author

    Oh poor girl. She needs to live the life of a 24 year old not be a care giver. The mom could work from home online. She is helpless because she choses to be.
    If you aren’t diagnosed you can’t say you have an illness.

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  9. Sirius_Sarah Post author

    Her daughter just needs to leave and get out of that toxic environment. She's going to college to better herself but her mother will just keep holding her back. Her mom needs a wake up call bad.

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  10. Lindsay Lavender Post author

    For the record a nurse practitioner (NP) CAN provide diagnosis and the official paperwork for it.

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  11. Psalm40 Post author

    Life IS a b!tch for most of us, most of us get jobs and work in spite of it the pain.
    This princess wanna be will only get off the train tracks until it is bearing down on her.

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  12. Ethan Eskenazi Post author

    "I have not exactly been formally diagnosed with a disease, I do fit all the criteria."

    OK so you read some blog posts and read WebMD. Destroying your daughter's life because of a hunch. What a terrible person.

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  13. April Noneya Post author

    Honestly, her weight could be contributing to her knees hurting (not saying she doesn't have arthritis too) and her being tired.

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  14. Nerdiest Nerd Post author

    Theirs a thing where when you read about something you can think you have it their one where you think your sick but your fine

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  15. Bayleigh Chappel Post author

    I have EDS. This chick makes us look like crazy people, and there’s enough people (and doctors) who don’t believe us already. She should be ashamed of herself.

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  16. Dio Black Post author

    I've seen a doctor who's husband divorced her and she turned into a hoarder of epic status. From dog poo to laundry detergent stacked to ceiling to three rooms of clothes she never wears to the 5 horses she can't take off in her barn. Some people can go mental after relationships end, yet she is praised by her patients as a great family doc. Strange human behaviors.
    Hopefully daughter has a bfriend or someone helping her.

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  17. Monica Hall Post author

    I wonder how much of her “pain” is due to sitting on her butt all day, sleeping terrible hours, and being obese. 🤔

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  18. Pikachu fan And tripolar fan Post author

    This woman is dependent cause she depended on her ex-husband for years and when she probably divorced him cause she's not happy anymore, she thought he was just gonna take care of her after. It's her struggle. Not anyone else's

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  19. Amy Vintage Post author

    This is why I won't have children.
    I have a chronic illness i have fatigue with it, and wouldn't allow anyone else to take care of me like this.

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  20. Mjk K Post author

    She needs to be less selfish and stay in a nursing home . She is literally ruining her daughters life.i am going through something close I have a husband kids but I have to be a slave to my mom as well . It’s not a good life . Give ur daughter a chance for a life.

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  21. XxXShevampXxX Post author

    I think the PCP just casually mentioned that as a guess/possibility and this woman took that and ran with it even though the doctor doesn't believe that was the diagnosis. That's what I believe anyway.

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  22. fonjadidi Post author

    You're in pain because you're obese probably . Being a normal weight would be way better on your joints etc..

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  23. Goddesslexii Post author

    okay but you got blind, deaf, people with no limbs living in their OWN taking care of themselves. girl bye lmao

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  24. DJR Post author

    Im confused? Diseases don’t start because of divorce. How is she getting all those pills without a formal diagnosis?

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  25. Amber-PJ Post author

    Preach Dr Phil 🙌 you can't say you have a condition when you haven't been diagnosed, eds is having enough bad press already

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  26. Em Fisher Post author

    She's not going to be happy with her new specialist, unless they find something majorly wrong with her. And who wishes to have and struggle with a debilitating disease? She needs some shock factors to open her eyes…

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  27. Lynette Dundon Post author

    Get a job. You'll feel better and be independent. I don't believe you are sick. You appear to be depressed and lazy.

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  28. Ramon Maraffi Post author

    I have 2 parents with chronic health issues. One is post CVA with physical limitations and needs personal care and assistance. The other with heart failure, severe COPD. Neither one drives and both lack extensive physical activity. I clean. I take care of property. Laundry 🧺 clean clothes. Grocery shopping.. Medication pick ups. I do what I can. We manage for now. I have a background providing care to elders. We need to care for our parents. Which isn’t always a piece of cake 🍰 I pray for them. I pray that we all can try to assist. I’m a caretaker and I need strength to provide and not be critical. Good days and not so good days. Your wisdom and insight along with remedial recommendations and/or suggestions. would be greatly appreciated.

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  29. yoloboys mine Post author

    People get a mental diagnosis and after that they find out about eds.
    If people are tired they get grumpy.
    If people are in pain they get grumpy.
    What if you feel that every day and people say it's in your head.
    Yes you go crazy.
    Until you find out it's not in your head but it is in your body.
    If the fatigue and pain is managed the mental bit is taken care at the same time.

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  30. jenpenn22 Post author

    As a disabled mom, this disgusts me. My biggest fear was getting so bad my kid would want to stay. Can't even imagine robbing my kid of a future without a diagnosis. Without seeking treatment. Without doing anything I possibly could so that ny kid can go and live a full life. This woman sickens me

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  31. Sammy S Post author

    Would love to see the rest of it! 🤭 I have eds – you don't get it after a divorce, it's a life long genetic issue, she can flex her fingers but not everyone who is hypermobile has EDS. When she is saying she is in pain it sounds so hollow, I'm wheelchair bound with EDS and a rare neurological condition and work two jobs, I find the more I sit and do nothing and say I can't do something I'm a lot worse and depression makes my ability to manage worse so keeping busy, a good physiotherapist makes a huge difference, if it started after her divorce I'd be inclined to say fibromyalgia as trauma can trigger this.

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  32. forgottenpixel Post author

    I feel bad for people with actual EDS. This is seemingly the latest 'fad' illness for people with Munchausens these days. So many liars and scammers. As someone with chronic illnesses these people disgust me.

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  33. Bdiddy Post author

    Uh. Self diagnosed? EDS? Good Lord lady eat better, feel better, get a job. Let your kids live their lives…

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  34. Linda Burton Post author

    Our mother gave up moving around due to her bad knees and a daughter went to live with her and catered to her every whim and only made it worse. That daughter died at the age of 61, 3 years before our mother died. I highly suggest you find assisted living or you will never have a life of your own and you should.

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  35. Gabrielle Regina Post author

    Sick. Coming from a 25 year old with crippling fibromyalgia that takes away from the enjoyment of everyday life little things how dare she

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  36. Amelia Louisa Post author

    I didn't know EDS makes you steal your daughter's credit cards and manipulate with threats of suicide if not taken care of.

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  37. Lisa Maclean Post author

    I think she's a hypochondriac. She's probably also depressed, and since she's never had an actual job is probably too scared to get one now. I'm 46 with 3 grown children, I have arthritis and a bad back and still work 6 days a week. I have never depended on my children to provide for me not would I ever. It was my job to take care of them.

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  38. TheDirtyTruth Post author

    Now get someone with a severe form of EDS, that works their butt off. And doesn't act like this. Because there are so many self diagnosed EDS people out there, using it as an excuse. And if you mention it, then they troll you for mentioning that laying in bed all day every day isn't going to help this syndrome. Or they make excuses. And do the Whoa is me game. While mocking someone who has taken life by the reigns, made something of themselves, despite actual diagnosis.

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