she is the sort of mum that needs to be reported....! i carnt stand the thought of anybody being told this,let alone children. maybe you should think about getting out,pity you didnt add your age to your story.maybe you can ask that question again and fill us in. good luck

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The most likely answer is that she's unhappy inside herself.<br />
Some people use criticism and disrespect for others as a means of feeling "better than others".<br />
There's also the possibility that you disappoint her expectations, don't fulfil her needs, or she thinks you don't conform to her idea of what she thinks you ought to be. <br />
If either of these is the case, you can either stay away from her (leave home if you're still there),<br />
or you could try a course in assertive communication, usually available at modest price in adult and evening classes.<br />
There are actually so many possible reasons that it's nearly impossible to answer.<br />
I don't know you. Some people unconsciously behave in passive aggressive ways that attract the anger of others. That's a much trickier problem and really needs a bit of outside help.<br />
What ever is happening, there is no justification for abusive language. What ever her reason is, it is mistaken.

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