The Challenge Of Dealing With My Mother 's Behavior Essay

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The Challenge of Dealing With My Mother 's Behavior

Since I was a child, I have received considerable affection from my parents. I am not an ungrateful daughter, but actually it makes me feel nervous. Sometimes, it was embarrassing me because my mother, Izabel, did not know the correct time to treat me like her baby, and I dislike when she talks about our intimacy out loud, talking with a different tone of voice, and with a peculiar semblance of proud mother in her face. Another thing that makes me feel bad is how she has an old fashioned attitude; once in a while she judges my behavior, saying that my conduct is not correct for my gender. Finally, she is very bossy when she wants to be, and sometimes I cannot handle it. Therefore, those three behaviors I wish my mother would change.

My mother always speaks about our intimacy. I lived my entire life in a harmonious and lovely place. I had a beautiful yard full of trees, and my only grudge is to not have had a puppy. However, my mother has always been overprotective with me, mainly when she calls me her baby. This has always been a bit embarrassing, and it makes me wince. When I turned eighteen and went to college, she always came to my university by herself to hear about my day. Then, when she did not find me, she always asked my friends if they had seen "her baby" there. It made me irritated and very frustrated with her behavior because this kind of treatment should not be shown in public. An other example to illustrate…

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