| Originally Posted by SusieQ |
No I went to bed around 10pm and i wake up and I can not get back to sleep. It drives me crazy and eventually wears me down. I have been like this since I was about 35 yrs old so about 7 years. I go for months I am fine and sleep through the night and then a few months of only being able to sleep 4 to 5 hours. I hate it!!!! I refuse to take sleeping pills so I deal with the lack of sleep.
True confession here, FI is going away for a week and leaving me home to deal with his emotional 15 year old and I am just dreading it. he leaves on the 23rd for 6 nites and she has started with the attitude already. I had a arguement with her last night i came home and she was cutting apple on the counter top and I asked her to use one of the dozen or so cutting boards we have and she rolled her eyes and continued. I pulled out cutting board and she made the final cut on the counter top. Had a discusion about that last nite. Then this morning she was on MSN and she isn't allowed in the morning because she is always late for school. Oh got the bathroom door slammed in my face. So just waiting for FI to come home he is dropping her off at dance for 5 hours yippee..... Tonite is date nite... unfortunately we have to discuss these issues and deal with them. She has been very difficult at times... Yeah what I don't share with my girls
? Thanks for listening
Sorry that she is being difficult
doors slammed, cutting on the counter top.. difficult position that you are in. Maybe you can kill her... NO I don't mean that kind of kill her!!..kill her with kindness. Is your FI supportive of conquering the problem. THere is nothing worse than being treated unfairly by someone and when you tell someone, they are in denial and looking at you like you must be mistaken. I hope you work things out and she sees just how wonderful you are
. Try not to take it personal. She is just acting out because she is jealous of your relationship with her dad. At that age, they want to be the apples of their daddys eyes.. at least I did. I was and always will be a daddys girl. Good luck talking it over with your FI