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I had officially reached my breaking point I glared at her that night and wondered to myself how could she do this to me Why couldnt she stop Everything seemed unjust and I detested everything about her She was the bane of my existenceNaturally most would assume Im referring to an ex-best friend whom I recently feuded with or a teacher who gave me a less than satisfactory grade on a test I studied particularly hard for However it might shock most to know that I felt this immeasurable hatred that night for my own mother The person who raised me from the time I was born the woman who taught me right from wrong the figure that picked my crying six-year-old self up after I fell off my bicycle and scraped my knee At this moment in time I was blinded with resentment and loathing for a person whom I had an exasperating amount of love for But I couldnt help it I couldnt love her when she was like this when she was drunk That was the problem She was an alcoholic When she was in a drunken state I was unable to talk to her I couldnt even fathom being in the same room with her I didnt understand why she acted this way and why she couldnt realize the amount of hurt I felt when she preferred a bottle of alcohol to me her daughter The more I lingered upon these unanswerable questions the more of a shell I became This wasnt me This broken disheartened depressed girl was not who I sought to be I thought to myself why do I let her control my emotions like this Determined to find an answer and turn my current situation around I mustered up the courage to talk to my mother about her problems and the effects it had been having on our family While she acknowledged my concerns and vowed to
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