She honestly just embarrasses my husband to no end, and it’s hard to see that he can’t even bring himself to be proud of what his mom is doing with her life.
She always complains about her divorce problems to Erik, has him call her ex-husband to tell him to do this or do that. She says she’s going back to school but never does. All she does is bring him stress. She makes irresponsible decisions and complains to us about the consequences.
It would be nice if she took on the role of being adult with dignity. My husband can’t even look at her like a mother because at this point my husband and I have more stability and direction in our lives, and all it does is bring my husband stress.
I can be civil. Whatever. But right now, I am so frustrated that I want them as distant as possible.
The way my husband was raised and the way he knows how to relate to the people because of his family is honestly causing so many problems, I don’t need my in-laws exerting any influence on my life anymore. I’m just freaking exhausted and can’t deal with them.
Why is this so hard? I’m holding a mini-workshop for pre-nursing students who want to know basic terminology. The list I have so far is super brief. Can you guys remind me of any that are important?
So, future nursing students, send me a message or follow my blog to stay posted! It’s going to be a collection of advice and helpful information for incoming nursing students.
My cohort is graduating next semester and it would be awesome if you could support this project! It’s going to be a super affordable book, and part of the proceeds will be a gift to our nursing program when we graduate.
Leo was the only really refreshing sight in an otherwise overstimulating mess.
Maybe the film will grow on me eventually, but I’m missing Fitzgerald’s subtlety in Luhrmann’s vision.