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My Poor Little Lamb
I think most people on here know how much I cherish and love my daughter. I have told her that I'm messed up without going into details that her six year old brain would never fully get. She does understand that I'm a bit "different" but she still loves me so much.
Well some new things are developing with a bully at school. As if she doesn't have enough to deal with in terms of her emotional outbursts in class.
Anyway it's getting out of hand with this other kid. I'm going to donate some of my spare time (what little I have left) to help the teacher with prep shit and if there is an outburst I'm "there" to deal with her one on one while she is in the moment.
She needs a lot of attention and with 22 kids in a class there's no way she can get that from one teacher.
I'll do anything to help her, even take time away from myself and my recovery.
The bully stuff ugh I hate it but I have discussed my concerns with the principal. So I'll let them handle that and I can support her in the other areas to try and get her to develop emotionally.
your truely an amazing and loving mother. Your daughter is very lucky to have you, you put her number one always remember you are a devoted and champion mother. Keep it up, it will pay off. When im a mother, I want to b like you, the way you worry and devote urself to her ca bring a tear to my eye. I hope Im even half the mother you are. <3It's not your fault I'm a bitch, I'm a monster
Yes I'm a beast and I feast when I conquer
"... I need to be slightly numb in order to regain the enthusiasms I once had as a child."
-Kurt Cobain Suicide note
You will be wonderful snow.
You really are a great mother! And your daughter indeed sounds like one awesome little girl! I really hope the bullying thing gets nipped in the bud!!!“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.”
"I hope we start seeing forever, instead of what we can gain in a day"
"If you're tired of starting over, stop giving up!"
“Even if you stumble, you’re still moving forward.”