What to do when Mom is insupportive of a future move????
I am relocating to better the life of myself and family and Mom is just totally insupportive and hurt.
Being unsupportive brings bad feelings into the family. My kids are adults, and I don't always like what they do, but I try to support them all the way. You are an adult, and have the right to make decisions on your own. Try to talk with her, and explain why you are moving. If she still doesn't come around, it is not your fault. She will have to come to terms on it on her own. Best of luck with your new move! Moving can be so stressful for all. Don't let her ruin it for you.
Life is a (personal) journey. As an adult you don't need your mom to support every decision you make. Freedom of choice is what makes being a grown up so much better than being a child. You don't need your parent's permission anymore.
It's your life! Take the wheel! :-)
Very well said and alot of truth to that, thank you for yer insight
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