Dear Mom Part 2

Dear mom,

We fought again this week, but that is to be expected. I don't know why I'm holding off on getting my license but I know that it's not for your benefit.

Our last fight should have never happened. After all, I was trying to be the adult and try to stop you and dad from fighting. But there is not pleasing you is there?? You turned you anger to me and accused me of taking his side all the time.

Maybe your right... maybe I do take his side all the time. But that is only because he is the most mature. I said I was sorry for taking his side. I said I was sorry for "giving you crap". But you know what... not once did I hear you saying that you were sorry. After all, you were the one who started the fight with dad in the first place. 

I must have said "sorry" seven times during our fight, and you didn't have the guts to say it even once. That right there is why you and I are so different. because you're to stubborn to see anyone's view beside your own.

You're to immature to look at the world as it really is. I've known how hard it is to live in this world since I was 7 years old,and you still act as if everything can be handed to you on a silver platter.  

I've turned into a daddy's girl. I don't know how it happened, and I don't know why, but it feels like I'm more like him than I could ever be like you.

I'm sorry if this upsets you (why is it that I always have to say sorry) but you got to say all the hurtful, accusing, and heartless thoughts that you've been having. And one day soon, it will be my turn.

Sincerely,

Your Daughter      
lanacat lanacat
18-21, F
1 Response Dec 9, 2012

Do you love your mother?

Of course. It whether or not she cares that I love her that is a mystery to me. As horrible as it sounds.