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Melody
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Barf - Jocasta Post

Post by Melody » Sun Feb 16, 2020 8:03 pm

So this showed up on my facebook feed.

I have a 19 and 13 (almost 14) year old son. Um yuck?

And out of my four kids the almost 14 year old is most like me. And STILL ick!

https://herviewfromhome.com/motherhood- ... FeJXIp0EbY

I couldn't be happier that he's growing up, and he and I both agree! Anyone else?

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Re: Barf - Jocasta Post

Post by PutMILinherplace » Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:16 pm

Yeah I vomited a little in my mouth. :?

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Re: Barf - Jocasta Post

Post by jigglypuff » Fri Feb 21, 2020 3:42 pm

I don't have kids so I can't really relate but I've noticed that these clingy moms always talk this way about their sons but never their daughters. My DB sent me a psychology video once about mothers who coddle their sons. They tend to have problematic marriages and use the son as a replacement for a husband. It's a very strange thing. I've seen this in some mothers including my MIL who refuse to let her baby boys grow up.

It's odd to me that the writer equals her son growing up to a slow breakup. Maybe I'm misinterpreting or looking too deeply into this, I don't know.
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