January 28th 2016


These last couple days have been rough.

So my parents have been divirced for like 8 years now and these last couple days have solitified some things that i have noticed at home for a while.

My mom has made my dad out to be this evil person and blah blah blah. The last couple years i have matured and realized thats not the case. She is the crazy one.

I have noticed that when she comes home she just sits in the living room and does whatever by herself, then when its her and i she bitches about how no one pays attention to her. Her birthday was recently and she asked what my plans were and then she was like i know your sister and brother dont care that i exist, maybe we could do something? I said just ask them. They may have a change of heart. She just laughed and said i bet. She also doesnt make dinners. Yes we are all old enough to feed ourselves. She doesnt keep alot of food in the house so the other day i had to go get pizza for my siblings and i.

I feel like i have taken on the role of the mother. I get excied about things. My siblings come to me for advice. I have even paied for things that my mom would not pay for.

My dad on the other had isnt a saint either. He has his issues. Putting those aside, he will do anything for my siblings while my mom seems to put on an act. My dad has been taking my siblings to school for the past 2 trimesters because my mom refuses to. Thats an extra 15 minutes out of his way. I have taken over that duty because my classes start after they are in school. He makes dinner every night. He spends at least an hour in the kitchen making food. We eat dinner together everynight. He also keeps food in the house. The fridge is stocked with food.

I have just had a rough time. Ive been dealing with that and school and work. I have been crazy clingy and unmotivated. I don’t know. 💩

An elderly man in Oklahoma calls his son in New York and says, “I hate to ruin your day son, but I have to tell you that your mother and I are getting a divorce; 45 years of marriage… and that much misery is enough!” “Dad, what are you talking about?” the son yells. “We can’t stand the sight of each other any longer,” the old dad explained. “We’re sick of each other, and I’m sick of talking about this, so you call your sister in Hong Kong and tell her!”. Frantic, the son calls his sister, who explodes on the phone. “Like heck they’re getting divorced,” she shouts, “I’ll take care of this.” She calls her elderly father immediately, and screams at him, “You are not getting divorced. Don’t do a single thing until I get there. I’m calling my brother back, and we’ll both be there tomorrow. Until then, don’t do a thing, you hear me?” she yelled as she hung up the phone. The old man hangs up his phone and turns to his wife. “Okay”, he says, “it’s all set. They’re both coming for Christmas and paying their own air-fare.”


It is the most ugliest thing.. The most deadly thing.. The most undesired thing.. The most saddening thing..

It is least desired, unwanted, unattractive….

Yet they are most common for our generation… U get married and there’s a 50/50 chance it will last..

Oh but thank god for the blood.. For restoration.. For picking up broken hearts and making them new. Thank u for continuing to mend my broken heart..

Lessons From Tameka Raymond: 5 Signs You’re On The Cusp Of Becoming A Wild Bitter Ex

1.) You E-Stalk Him On The Daily
Seems harmless at first, a little check up here, a little f-ck were you doing this weekend snooping there, but this is really a half-assed version of letting go. Like a recovering alcoholic who insists on visiting his favorite bar just to gaze up at the liquor bottles. This habit will most certainly lead to subconscious glorification and guess what else? Obsession. Woo, what a word. I’ve most definitely been guilty of this in the past and it can take painful self-discipline, but remind yourself to be the stalker of your own damn life. Scrolling his Twitter feed everyday for subliminal messages is not a high-paying gig mi ladies. 

2.) You E-Stalk His New Gal On The Daily
See above, multiply danger level by 10.

3.) You Mainly Refer To Him As “That *Insert Emasculating Expletive*”
If behind closed doors you keep titling ol boy with an emasculating moniker, it’s only going to make it that much easier for an audible b-tch bomb to drop when he’s in sight. Plus, how can you ever allow someone to grow out of being an a-hole, if you can’t stop referring to them as such?

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