How About A Hug That Lasts A Week?

I think I've irreversibly screwed up my life, and I don't know what to do. And I have no one to talk to about it, because the person I would normally talk to right now, my mom, is one of the people I hurt with my crappy decision.
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4 Responses Aug 16, 2010

*Hugs* *Hugs* *Hugs* *Hugs* *Hugs* *Hugs* *Hugs* *Hugs* <br />
Hope you feel better soon =)<br />
We all feel better after a hug - even just a little bit.

*hug* ;D

Admitting your error is a huge step. Most people don't even acknowledge their accountability. MuguetDeMai is absolutely right. Talk to your Mom - an apology is a good place to start. I am 43 years old and make bad calls on a fairly regular basis. Fortunately, I am surrounded, for the most part, by people who truly care for me and recognize that I am a very flawed individual. A sincere apology and genuine effort no to repeat the same mistakes can mend a lot of bridges. All the best to you.

I'm a mom, and part of being a parent is understanding and helping our kids through their crappy decisions because those are part of growing up. A painful part, but a necessary one. Try talking to your mom anyway. You might be pleasantly surprised.