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When is enough enough with narcissistic parents?
Asked by havefaithingod
1 hr ago
Should I not tell my sister when my mom dies, per her wishes?
Asked by Christine73
3 hrs ago
My mother continues to be hateful & embarrassment to myself and family. Help?
Asked by Cterry877u
I live in Michigan and my mother is deceased and no will or husband. Everything is left to all 6 remaining children but I got nothing. What can I do?
Asked by Kyiesha
15 hrs ago
How can I visit my mother (and sister) in her home despite the fact that I feel they are in a potentially unsafe environment?
Asked by optimist1
16 hrs ago
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A funny/sad quote from my mother
Created by xinabess
The Caregiver & Dysfunctional Families: How are you doing?
Created by cmagnum
I had an epiphany
Created by McAlvie
6 days ago
Something sweet and upbeat--for a change!
Created by Midkid58
Nov 6, 2017
Does anyone have extreme resentment towards a sister for absolutely doing NOTHING to help?
Created by heysilky
Nov 5, 2017
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