Mother in Law is Messy

by Colette
(Plano, Texas)

My In Laws live with me. They act like they live in a barn. Treat me with no respect. Talk over me, a disrupts my conversation. Mostly the Mother In Law. When I brought home my kids from being born. She causes arguments to get attention. If she doesn't get attention she'll do stupid things or acting like she is sick or make a mess and doesn't clean it up.


That is my biggest argument. She was never taught how to clean. Or wasn't expected like she needs to clean. Kinda like a rich bitch.

She splashes water everywhere all day long.

Touches things with food you greasy hands. Spills, and never eats her lefts overs. Eats our left overs and cooks more.

She is 83. Doesn't no how to live on her own. Doesn't know how to pay bills or take care of herself.

I'm sick of it. I can't have nice things because she will break it or make it messy.

It was just a giving that they live with us. I don't get a break or a vacation from her. I worry about water or the stove been left on. They the the garage door open after they leave the house. I can't get a job. I'm like the caretaker of the house.

I'm tired of cleaning 3 times a day.
I almost Ned a support group. Or need to be hypnotized. I'm resentful and don't understand why she won't take care of things or respect things.

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