Daughter Shows What It’s Like To Live With A Mother That Is A Hoarder And Verbally Abusive
Dealing with aging parents is a struggle that is real and all too painful. Many children of parents who suffer from mental disorders, or can’t move around as quickly because of their age, have the challenging task of either caring for them at home or placing them into a convalescent home.
For Latinos, however, the struggle of aging parents has its unique challenges which are often related to cultures that demand children taking on the role of their parents’ caretakers in their later years.
Recently, one Latina learned that taking care of her mother is not what she expected.
A Mexican woman shared on Facebook the struggles of living with a mom that horde just about everything.
The woman posted her feelings on a Facebook group titled “Awful roommates: roommates from hell” and said that she arrived at her mom’s house only to find items all over the place. From bags to rotten food, the mom’s house was cluttered with junk.
The woman said that she had just been to her mom’s house to clean four days prior only to find it an utter mess.
According to the Daily Mail, the woman said, “Most of my money goes to rent and bills, and I’m saving the residual to move out hopefully soon.” It looks like the stress of taking care of her mom has become too much of a problem for her, and now she’s seeking to leave her mom and take care of herself.
It also seems as if the mom is mentally abusing her daughter as well.
The woman claims her mom became verbally volatile after she messed up one of her pans while she was cleaning.
“After all this, my mom came into the kitchen and threatened to release my pet bird outside because I scratched her pan when I was cleaning it so I can learn to take care of things better.”
The people in the group were on her side and expressed comments of concern and well wishes.
“This is exactly why I haven’t lived at home since I was 14,” one person wrote. “Moms like this are awful. We love them, but they’re toxic.”
The publication reports that a commenter said, “I’m sorry you’re going through this. I hope it works out in your favor soon.”
“Mommy dearest! I hope you can cope, this sounds so very hard on you,” a commentator said.
It will be interesting to see how this situation plays out, but we can certainly say it won’t be easy.
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