It might be wrong but it sure is fun.
Yep. She started you out and now it's your job to make yourself better in the ways you want to be better.
I think it might be. If you're an adult you have the ability to change who you are. Your mom has nothing to do with that. Yes, we are all affected by our raising, but we all have the ability to overcome it. <br />
For example, my husband has two cousins. Their mom is major mental issues and also drug issues. The oldest decided to not fall under the same umbrella. He has a masters degree in psychology, married to a very classy lady, and moved away to make a better life. The younger brother is making the same wrong choices had the mother. He doesn't work, and gets a check from the government.
You could, but it's slightly lazy, you're obviously an adult now capable of making decisions, it's now your responsibility to do what you can to improve your life
Yes. the only way you will become a better person is to take responsibility for yourself
Yes. Take responsibility.
I don't know of anyone that had a perfect childhood.<br />
We are a product of our environment, if we allow it.<br />
Allow for mistakes, but learn from them.<br />
Why not spend that time pondering something good about yourself??
Don't waste time on blaming.
It is what it is.
If it is hard, try to be patient with yourself.
If you're over the age of fourteen? Usually.<br />
I mean, if you want to be seen as an adult, you have to take control of your life, own your shortcomings, and face your problems.<br />
Deal with them. Even if you've been dealt a poor hand, you can play it up better, if you just **** and moan...it won't improve.