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11 Things Your Mom Always Says And Does In Order To Guilt Trip You

Among your mom’s many talents, there’s one hidden talent that you’ve probably witnessed a few (or many) times. It’s the gift of guilt-tripping. Here are just a few of the many things she says and does that makes you feel soooo terrible for basically… everything.

Guilt-tripping usually begins as soon as your mom gets home from work and starts talking about how exhausted she is.

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It’s crucial for her to let you know about all of the sacrifices she was making for you.

But in case that doesn’t make you feel bad, she goes on to list  every single errand she had to run.

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She follows with a deep sigh after every little thing she lists.

Which then leads to her classic speech about, “When I was your age…”

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Because your childhood was a piece of cake compared to hers.

And if you didn’t help her around the house, you could expect to hear, “When you guys want something I do it right away, but when I ask for a favor you guys just can’t do it.”

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So you had to make sure she didn’t catch you lying around the house.

To make you feel even worse about not helping her, she would then hit you with, “Yo partiendome la madre y tú bién agusto.”

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And this is the exact look she would give you.

She almost made you feel as if having fun was a sin — especially when you would go out with your friends.

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How could you just turn your back on your family like that??

You couldn’t even enjoy your night out, because she would call you to say, “No me puedo dormir hasta que tú llegues, y tengo que trabajar temprano en la mañana.”

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And the longer you would take to get home, the more she would call you to complain.

If you complained one bit about how tired or hungover you were the next day, your mom would guilt trip you with: “…ahhh pero anoche.”

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In a sarcastic tone she would ask you, “How is it that you had soooo much energy last night, but today you can’t function??”

In cases that didn’t make you feel bad enough, she would then start comparing you to your perfect cousins (those little angels!) who were sooooo much better than you. ?

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Such encouragement…

It was almost as if the world was going to end every time your mom said, “que dios te perdone.”

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Since she couldn’t forgive you for everything bad you’ve done, she just hoped that God would be able to forgive you.

But nothing beat your mom’s super dramatic and melancholic, go-to line: “Ah pero cuando yo me muera.”

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And as much as you hate hearing all of these things, your mom only says it because she loves you.?


READ: Here Are The 13 Things That Trigger Latina Moms Like Nothing Else


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She Spoke At A Press Conference About Her Family Being Detained And Was Picked Up By ICE

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She Spoke At A Press Conference About Her Family Being Detained And Was Picked Up By ICE

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Earlier this week, Daniela Vargas became the latest DREAMer detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The 22-year-old, who was brought to the U.S. from Argentina when she was just 7 years old, now faces deportation. Vargas, whose brother and father were detained last week, was detained after she spoke at a immigration rally and press conference at City Hall in Jackson, Mississippi.

According to The New York Times, Vargas was in a car leaving the press conference when her car was stopped by police. The Clarion-Ledger reports that I.C.E. agents stopped the car with Vargas inside, quickly arrested her and said, “You know who we are, you know what we’re here for.” According to the BBC, Vargas was detained and is being processed for visa overstay since her DACA status expired in November 2016. She was attempting to save the $495 necessary to renew. Vargas applied for renewal in mid-February.

“Today, my father and brother await deportation while I continue to fight this battle as a DREAMer to help contribute to this country, which I feel is very much my country,” Vargas said at the press conference before she was detained, according to The Clarion-Ledger. “Now, I’m not so sure my dream will continue to develop,” she said. “A path for citizenship is necessary for DACA recipients but also for the other 11 million undocumented people with dreams.”

According to The Huffington Post, ICE officials made a statement on Wednesday saying that Vargas will be subject to court proceedings deciding her eligibility of relief. Abigail Peterson, Vargas’ attorney, told The Huffington Post that she was informed on Thursday that ICE plans on pursuing immediate deportation and bypassing any court hearings.

Vargas’ attorney shared a full statement from Vargas to The Huffington Post and you can read it here.

Here’s a CBS News interview with Vargas’ attorney describing the detention.

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READ: Here’s What ICE Is Saying About The Arrest Of 23-Year-Old Mexican DACA Recipient

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