As a mother I would have to say that communicating would probably be best and to help her in dealing with her stress. Being a mother I know that if she knew you were stressing because of her she would probably want to do anything to fix that. I know that when my stress affects my daughter I feel awful and it leads me to want to do anything I can to change it.
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As a mother and a daughter I know exactly how you feel. When my mother was alive whenever she got stressed out I would work over time to make her happy again. As a mother i can see that same look in my son's eyes when I get stressed out. I try very hard to not do that however it seems that i have issues with doing that. i am working on it. I am sure that the communication is the best way to handle it. Just know as mothers we just have the best interest at heart.
Darlene : Mississippi Central
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I am not a mother, however I have never met a mother more stressed than mine. It stresses me out to see her stressed. I believe opening up the communication barrier between us may help reduce my stress. Along with working over time to pay my bills, and being more organized with school.
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