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Saturday, January 08, 2011

Ok so I've alway's said that my family puts the fun in Dysfunctional. But this is at a new level. I have decided I'm sick of the dysfunctional web and I'm removing myself from it. I have 2 choices, I can remain in the sick web of drama and I can continue be hurt and get mad at my mom because of her lies or I can just choose to move on. I know what the truth is! If I need to be her bad guy to make herself feel better then so be it. But I am not going to allow myself to get any deeper into this. I have enough on my plate without borrowing Drama. I love my mom and my family but I've realized that these are her Issues and leave it at that. I hate that she's lied to the rest of my family about things but I have to take what I've been told and realize that the reporting source is HUGE Drama too. So I'm putting this out of my mind and moving on without confronting either of the people causing the drama because all that will do is cause MORE drama.

And part of this journey for me is to get healthy, and that includes my mental health. So this is where I choose to be whole healthy. Not broken, not sucked further into this sickness. So this is what I'm going to do.
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  • MOVINLOSIN
    I am here for you my dear! Drama is evil and can drag you down when you are trying to be healthy because it starts in your mind. YOur mind has to be healthy.

    Your taking the first step! emoticon
    2748 days ago
  • CHAIRUL
    Good for you!!!! We ALL have members of our family who seem to thrive on drama.... emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2752 days ago
  • CIVIAV
    I too have found this journey to be adding to the healthy habits I need to add. Nice choice although not so easy to do. Simple just not always easy. Way to go...

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    2752 days ago
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