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Rant about stepdad

akme Avatar
8y, 4w agoPosted 8 years, 4 weeks ago
Anyone else have a huge hatred of there step dad? or is just me?

My grandad is about to die..lung cancer.
Probably any day now. My mums down south and we are all up north. I wanted to call her to let her know its best to get her a55 up here quick if she wants to see him before he goes.
Stepdad comes on the phone and starts telling me to handle her gently...But it was just so patronising.
As if i dont know how to talk to my own bloody mother.
Nobody likes him in the family..but I guess now isnt the right time to tell him that.

Jebus im so peed off right now..shall go for a smoke and cool down.
akme Avatar
8y, 4w agoPosted 8 years, 4 weeks ago
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#1
Its not just step dads unfortunatly my step mom annoys me... so i feel for you m8.

You just need to try and ignore it or it could get alot worse at a really bad time....

Sorry to hear about ur grandad how are you coping?
#2
At least that shows that he truly cares for your mother I would feel confident that he cares enough to know that she needs gentle handling, so you dont like him, ok but the point here is that you mum sees him and I would not let any differences you have with step-dad bother you, just talk to mum (your way) and let her decide - good luck
#3
Yeah i did talk to her...but it was the fact that he felt the need to tell me..well it felt more like a warning.
#4
I agree with Octobergirl.

I am not saying your step dad was right in the way he spoke to you, but he may have noticed she was upset at the time

Sorry for your news x
#5
Sorry to here your news hun.

Perhaps we could get some of my family together with your stepdad and they could have a massive patronis-a- thon.

Stay strong

xx
#6
akme
Yeah i did talk to her...but it was the fact that he felt the need to tell me..well it felt more like a warning.


Iknow how you feel, man. Some people, they just can't grasp that you're not a kid anymore, and that you're old enough to have worked out that it's a bad idea to upset people. I got spoken to the same way when my granddad had his heart attack a few years ago. It sucks. Kind-of obvious that it's not a good idea to upset an 80 year old who's just had a heart attack, isn't it? But I guess, this is the way that the minds of our parents work.
#7
Lace his coffee with laxatives...that'll keep him confined pretty much most of the time and out of your way....unless of course you need the loo...lol :w00t:
banned#8
Has his condition not made you think about giving up your ciggies??
#9
Has his condition not made you think about giving up your ciggies??


Funny you should say that...and well done for being the first to point that out :thumbsup:
#10
PeePeeHILL
Has his condition not made you think about giving up your ciggies??

Not a dig at the OP but

When my mum was in the hospice (full of cancer patients) I was shocked to see some of the nurses outside having a ciggie. These people nursed the sick and dying every day but it didn't put 'em off it. The best I saw though was when my mum was waiting to be admitted to the ward for her Chemo, the wife next to her told her to tell the docs she was away for a ciggie :shock:

My mum continued to smoke regardless of watching and caring for my gran in the last 4 months of her life. My mum herself died of lung cancer recently. by then she had given up smoking but that was only because she caught my then 18 month old son eating her cigerets and I went mental!.
#11
When my mum was in the hospice (full of cancer patients) I was shocked to see some of the nurses outside having a ciggie. These people nursed the sick and dying every day but it didn't put 'em off it. The best I saw though was when my mum was waiting to be admitted to the ward for her Chemo, the wife next to her told her to tell the docs she was away for a ciggie

My mum continued to smoke regardless of watching and caring for my gran in the last 4 months of her life. My mum herself died of lung cancer recently. by then she had given up smoking but that was only because she caught my then 18 month old son eating her cigerets and I went mental!.


Everytime i goto visit him i see patients and nurses outside smoking.
#12
akme
Everytime i goto visit him i see patients and nurses outside smoking.


Hospitals are really bad for it. Remeber moving AM out the hosp and had to arry his baby seat through a fog of smoke. The Midwife with me was raging!

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