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Answer #1 | 30/12 2013 08:58
She will stoop to emotional blackmail so say this: I gave you ten years of my life to make you happy. I think that's long enough to decide from experience I really do not like basket ball. Think of something you like doing though so she won't call you a slacker. Make sure it's a physical activity to keep you toned like dancing or another sport. When you get fat she will torment you just to be vindictive and controlling.
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Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 04:05
Find another physical activity. It's healthy to be doing exercise, but if you're not enjoying it, maybe you should move onto football, soccer, cheerleading, or parkour. Anyway, at least 10 years of basketball kept you physically fit for all of that time, because developing healthy habits early is a good thing. Also, it's hard not to empathize with your mom about personally wanting to play basketball but not being allowed to by her parents; my parents barred me from quite a few activities due to my female-ness.
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Answer #3 | 30/12 2013 03:47
look your 15 now you can make your own deceptions (as long as they are sensible) you really need to just tell her cold and hard that you do NOT like basketball at all, you probably need to explain that its her deem not yours and you'd rather use your time doing something you like not what you hate. If your mum becomes aggressive with words or actions you can easily access websites and phone lines to help you explain to your mum what your feeling. Btw tell your mum what the point of playing basketball because the only thing that you will throw away is your time being wasted.
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