so my parents are divorced right? and my mom is always like 'tell your father' this and that, and i already told her that i dont wanna be the referre or middle-man between them talking, but she keeps doing it. i dont wanna yell at her or tell her off or anything, because truth be told, im a bit afraid of her =( when she gets angry. any advice anyone in same/similar situation, or just advice?
Being the middleman
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uh boy. I hate these kinds of situations. I'm not even going to mention it but believe me I'm scared of my mother too when she gets angry especially when she has an object in her hand. I think that you need to sit both of your parents down and let them know the deal. That you're sick of it and that it's not fair they're using you as the little messenger boy. As if the divorce wasn't enough. You can try. I know sometimes it doesn't work depending on the parents. My parents would just say "girl, get ya butt upstairs" or something to that extent. but hopefully it's different with your parents. and make sure you are sincere too. let them know you're not kidding and that it's a serious problem and what it's doing to you. good luck
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WELL, maybe you should tell your dad, that I am "supposed to deliver this message, but I hate doing it"...there are things that can be written up so that kids aren't the messengers...
"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." -- Theodor Seuss Geisel <br /><br />
Dude I went through the same thing, Every time they ask you say "I don't like the position you keep putting me in." Eventually they'll stop, or suggest emailing the other, it's completely impersonal and like, they can't really yell at each other over text, and it doesn't make you uncomfortable.