Umm, I posted last night and I have to say you all were so nice, its kind of almost intimidating. But I read all the messages, I wasn't sure how to reply, but you all made me feel safe to talk about my abuse, so thank you.
If its okay with you all I would really like to get out the stuff that the my step mother, mother and grandmother did to me. I just want to say ahead of time that I might sound a little numb to everything, I have kind of grown up with the mantra "Born in anger, raised in hate" (My mom was only with my dad cause she wanted children and when he refused her anymore she came out as lesbian, and than I was raised in a place where a lot of people hated me), so I don't sometimes get how fucked up stuff is, cause kindness slightly confuses me, I instinctively think its a trap.
But anyway on to my Step Mother training me that I can't be loved.
Lisa was her name, I'm not going to give her a false name, she doesn't deserve it. She was the most narcissistic person... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I have been living with my step mother and dad for the past few months.
I really dislike my stepmom. She is always insulting me for things that aren't fully my fault (like being socially anxious) and she doesn't treat me like a family member.
She also refuses to use my real name, because that's her other (older) kids name too. She calls me by my middle name instead, which I absolutely hate. I told this to her a thousand times, but she just doesn't care.
Yesterday I went shopping with her for groceries. After we got out of the shop and walked over to the car, she noticed her boss a few cars away and went over there to talk. After a few minutes of me awkwardly standing by the car she shouted to me to go there and introduce myself, but she, as always, didn't use my real name.
I decided to ignore her. I hoped that she will realize her "mistake" and correct herself, but she kept shouting my middle name. She gave up trying after a while and said goodbye to her boss very soon.
Needle... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I (F19) had an argument with my step mom and dad the other night. It wasn’t related to my clothing but because of the argument, my step mom started listing off things the doesn’t like that I’ve been doing. One of those things, the thing I believe is unreasonably at best and highly misogynistic at worst, is that I need to be dressing more modestly around the house. She “hates to see my ass and tits hanging out all the time”. She also said “I don’t know why you dress like that around your father.” Which I find to be disgusting. So let’s break it down.. •She is 15 weeks pregnant •She does not leave her room EVER (which I understand because I’m a mom too) •I have been living here three weeks and neither of my parents have complained until now about ANYTHING. •I have followed all of the rules they bothered to tell me upon moving in. •I paid rent on time plus groceries which was nearly half of my monthly paycheck.
She and I have butt heads before because I am an atheist and she is Mo... keep reading on reddit ➡
I am a 17 year old girl and I have three younger step-siblings. (Children of my step mother and her ex husband)
They are: two 8 year old twin boys, and one five year old girl.
My parents want me to do a lot of helping out with my siblings, it's probably my biggest chore right now. I like it in some ways, they're good kids. But in some ways it's frustrating because I feel like their mother when I honestly don't even think I ever want kids of my own.
So my friends at school and I have a joke, that I am a mother of three, that I'm a teen mom, that the kids are my kids, etc.
It's kind of funny, it's a way to make light of something kind of stressful. My friends tease me about being a soccer mom, about how I'm gonna get a minivan soon, about how I've got my midlife crisis coming up soon, etc. Within the friend group they'll ask me how my children are. They'll call me a wine mom. When I started dating a boy they asked when my fourth child would be on the way.
It's all silliness, and I... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have a fourteen year old step daughter, Raina. We’ve always had a great relationship since I dated and married her father Dan six years ago, but I can’t say the same about Raina’s mom Rene, who has always been cold and hostile to me.
Rene blames me for ruining her marriage with Dan and has told me directly before that she and Dan would have gotten back together if I didn’t enter the picture. She and Dan were married but on trial separation when I met Dan, but he didn’t ask me out until his divorce with Rene was finalized. (Dan did tell me that meeting me was one of the reasons why he decided not to get back with Rene.) I just try to be civil with Rene for Dan and Raina.
Recently Raina approached me and asked if I could lend her mom money to help the two of them start a business. She and Rene are close and bond over baking, and want to put up an online pastry business. Rene isn’t doing well financially right now so she’s not in a place to put up capital for the business. Raina doe... keep reading on reddit ➡
::TRIGGER WARNING:: child abuse/rape
Okay, so this may not exactly belong in this subreddit, but I didn't know where else to post it. The woman in question is entitled, and she was legally a step-parent at the time.. So it kinda fits? If there is a better sub for this, let me know.
Backstory: i met my wife (Wifey) in high school, and she was 6mos pregnant at the time. The bio-father (DBD) was a complete deadbeat, and the only reason I even met the two of them is because my friend was sleeping with DB behind Wifey's back and wanted to introduce me to him. When the baby (DD) was born, DBD dropped out of school and changed his number to avoid Wifey and the new baby. By the time DD was 8 months old, Wifey and I had started dating. We graduated together, moved across the state to college, and went on with our lives as a happy little family.
Fast forward five years. We have never heard from DBD, and until DD was 3.5, she and Wifey still technically lived with Wifey's mom on breaks and suc... keep reading on reddit ➡
First post; forgive me for not knowing literally anything about the posting etiquette here. Please be patient if I did it all wrong. Just need to get it out but I welcome support.
My step mom was the kind of person who didn’t allow me to close my bedroom door under any circumstances, and didn’t allow me to lock my bathroom door, under any circumstances. She would come by while I was using the restroom or taking a shower and open the door just to check that she could, and then she would leave it barely open, every time. I moved in with her and my dad when I was ten years old, going from a home where I was trusted almost completely, to a home where I was told I wasn’t allowed to close my bedroom door because I “could be smoking meth in there.”
My ten year old son absolutely loves my dad and visits him frequently, but I have never been comfortable with the fact that he’s also around my step mom. It turns out, she pulls a lot of the same bullshit with him that she did with me.
Tonight,... keep reading on reddit ➡
Obligatory grammar and formatting warning. I honestly dont know if this post belongs here or in a different sub reddit. I can only say this is the best fit
So if you can read by the title this is going to be about my stepmother who from now on we'll refer to as Rebecca. Everything in this post will be told from my memories as a kid or things my father has told me after the fact. Anyways let's get started
My mother and father divorced when I was around 7 years old and both remarried rather quickly. My mother remarried to one of the greatest men I've ever met in my life, He took the time to raise me as one of his own, and I can only say that over the past 14 years I've only looked at him as a father. On the other hand my biological father, who I still love dearly to this day because he only tries his best with me and my younger sister, remarried to rebecca. I first met rebecca with my younger sister during one of my fathers visitation hours (We saw him every tuesday and alternating... keep reading on reddit ➡
I (30f) took on full support of my step-daughter (16f) about 2 years ago. We get no help from her actual mother in any way because laws are complicated. Up until 2 years ago I would have said her mother, her father and myself had a shockingly good working relationship regarding my daughter. Then 2 years ago we got a call from a concerned friend that caused us to take my daughter full time.
Since then it has come to light they were hiding that her mother is an alcoholic, that her mother let her friends and boyfriends abuse my daughter emotional and physically, and that she was spending all of our child support on boyfriends while telling friends we were doing nothing for my daughter at all.
A couple weeks ago my daughter overheard my husband and I upset that her mother had claimed our daughter on her taxes even though she didn’t spend a single night sleeping in her house. Since then my daughter has decided she can ask her mother for all kinds of toys and such because her mother “owe... keep reading on reddit ➡
I don’t even know where to start...& I’m really bad at story telling lol bear with me
My husbands mother passed away 9 years ago. His father recently remarried 3-4 years ago (maybe 6 months before I married my husband) As someone who was closer to his mother than his father, my husband had a very hard time with it but still tried to be cordial. My FIL pushed this woman onto him telling him “she is your mom” & when my husband refused to call her mom, his father flipped. Basically it’s been 3 years of being antagonized by this woman. She found out I’m adopted, refuses to acknowledge my parents are my parents for that reason, gave my husband her friends daughters phone number to set them up when she knew we were getting married at the end of that year. Forced her way into planning our wedding & reception. (In our culture, MILS have this important status & it’s clear she only wanted to be the center of attention.)Told my husband he needs to tell me to cover up, go back to... keep reading on reddit ➡
Obligatory apologies for being a mobile user and the rest of the blah blah blah.
My wife is pregnant with our first child, and I’m very happy. The other day, we’re having a conversation about the family around us and making plans, it was nice. Then it was mentioned about my father, who would obviously be ‘Grandad’ to the bump, and his wife.
A little background; my fathers wife and I do not get along, she’s a bully, and petty, and used to make me miserable to live at home, so much so that I joined the army the day after my birthday as a young teen to get away.
Now, because of this, I said that I didn’t want my children to call her ‘Nan’ but refer to her as her first name, as I do.
My wife says that I shouldn’t be this way, and that I’m an asshole for not wanting to allow our bump to feel like they have a full, supportive family network around them. She also expressed the concern that other kids may poke fun at bump when bump mentions visiting ‘Grandad and Firstname’ rather than ‘Gra... keep reading on reddit ➡
Ok so I have a step child that my SO and I see every other weekend. Every year on Mother's Day my MIL sends flowers or a card and signs the step child's name to the gift.
Now, MIL is a VERY kind and well intentioned person and I honestly do appreciate the gifts. My issue is that stepchild has made it clear that they like me and have no issues with me but do not wish to consider me a mother. I am 100% Ok with this, I love the kid and want to respect their feelings. They already have a mom and I feel we have a great relationship without needing that label. Because of this I know the child does not have any part with the gifts and they are only coming from MIL as she thinks I deserve recognition on Mother's Day.
Would I be the Asshole if I sat down with her and told her that while I appreciate the gifts the child does not feel that way about me and I'd like her to stop signing them from them?? Like I said she is a VERY kind person and I'd hate to hurt her feelings.
I (23) am getting married to my boyfriend of 6 years in June. We're having quite a large wedding (fiance has a big family, and we have a lot of friends), but my family is very small. My only family is my mom (never met my dad), and I have an aunt and uncle who are childfree. Since I was little, having no father I always wanted my uncle to walk me down the aisle.
My mom married my step dad when I was 12, and I've never liked him. He's a bully. He says horrible things to people, says racist, sexist, transphobic things for attention, and heavily contributed to my mental illness and eating disorder as a teenager. My mom knows that we don't get along, and she knows I didn't like him, but I gave up on confiding in her about how much I disliked him when I was around 15, because she would always insist that despite having a nasty mouth, he was a really good guy and he would never hurt us. So, it's been around 8 years since I've told my mom I hate him. I moved out when I was 19 with my boyf... keep reading on reddit ➡
Please, forgive typing and format issues as I’m so hurt and sick right now. Step dad left estate in NV, to youngest daughter and son. Begged them on his death bed to take care of my mom. My mother and him didn’t get married but they were together over 15 years. With the last few having my mother split time helping me, due to chronic illness, and him with his heart failure. It's been hard but we did it as a family.
She was told after he died that they couldn’t sell the house for at least a year. Now this weekend the daughter went into the home, ransacked through stuff without my mother there, and took a bunch of stuff. Not only ruining mom's self quarantine, as our state isn’t open yet, but also throwing things of my mother’s into trash bags with trash. After my mom carefully packed up photos and comic books they wanted.
Today they called together and informed her she needs to be packed up and out by the 21st. They have to renovate and sell now. They were very cruel with the way the... keep reading on reddit ➡
I (46M, biological father of two) have been with my second wife and have raised her three children as my own for the last 11 years. Their father is 95% absent in their lives and I’ve been that father for them. While I don’t discount his existence, I draw no line in the sand between step and biological father to them. Games, events, school functions, outings, holidays, etc, I’m there. I’m always there.
But my mother draws that line in the sand. While she’s appropriate in their presence, she doesn’t take part in their birthdays or celebrations or even acknowledgements on social media. They lost their grandmother tragically about the time I started dating their mother. And my mom has had the opportunity to include and love and provide for them in a grand maternal fashion. But she simply will not extend that courtesy.
As a step mother of three as well, to my (step) siblings that I consider no different than my biological brother, I can now see how she raised “us” differently than “them... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I have a question regarding child custody and problems with my daughter's step mother and my ex. So since my ex and I have had shared custody 50/50 we both have our girls on a week on week off schedule. Until recently I've tried my best to respect my kids step mother I've included her in everything regarding my girls... My ex has pretty much insisted she be included in all of our correspondence and even made a group chat between the 3 of us. I think this is ridiculous and inappropriate because the only people that should discuss anything regarding our kids is myself and my daughter's father. The step mom is nothing but disrespectful to me and is constantly trying to tell me how to parent my children and does nothing but bad-mouth me in front of my kids and their father allows it and actually joins in. Since I've refused to allow her to be included in all our conversations about my kids I've been told I'm no longer welcome in their home and they have just made things even more diffi... keep reading on reddit ➡
I got a phone call yesterday from my husband's step mother asking why they weren't invited to the toddler's birthday party. I told her that due to the pandemic we weren't having one. She started going off on me about how birthdays are important. Toddler K is 3 as of a little over a week ago.... I literally don't remember a single birthday party until like.... 3rd grade. Plus we totally told her happy birthday, had presents, ate some cake at home just us. I told her all of this, the age, the memories, how we did do things. She started talking about planning a party. I said no. I'm not taking my kids out somewhere for a party. I already risk bringing it home every day because I work in a grocery store. I'm not exposing them to so many people. "It's just family, it's not that many people" she says. And I flat out said "if you decide to plan a party without my consent, you'll be having a party without us"
She was a nurse ffs and you'd think she'd be like "keep that child safe" but no....
(I think this is the sub where we post things like this? I've never fully understood what goes where.)
My cousin and his wife recently moved to the city where these people were found, and she sent me this link. Apparently there was a huge manhunt for the children a few days ago. The part of this that I find the most upsetting, personally, is how freely these assholes admitted to their motive. It shows just how convicted they are that their actions are correct, justified and socially acceptable. It appears they expected to get away with this.
Quoting from the article:
"Authorities say the boys’ step grandfather took them with the help of their grandmother. The grandmother allegedly kept the boys’ mother inside against her will at the Tekamah Motel, where several family members were l... keep reading on reddit ➡
The Pet Insurance and Vet's are both in her name, but she pays out of a joint account with my Father so he's paying for the little guy too, she's neglected her dogs in the past, and if she were to take him she wouldn't be able to take care of him because she is an alcoholic, mentally unstable etc, what are my chances of keeping to dog? We have a lovely house, garden, space for him etc, me and my sister are home all the time so we can look after him, and we actually know how to take care of him, I should add she often forgets to feed him, or disregards stuff that should be checked out by a vet such as him being sick several days in a row, any advice is appreciated. We're in Wales.
My mother remarried to a great guy after the divorce. As expected, family drama is ridiculous. My father hasn’t spoken to my oldest sister in years. I am my father’s “favorite” a title which I am not particularly comfortable with. I am 13 and music is my biggest escape. I’d like to do something in the music industry, whether that is writing, producing, or making music.
I (27m) was texted by my father (63m) that I was very rude for not texting him and my step mother (50... something? F) a happy 6th anniversary text. I laughed him off, but he's pretty angry that I didn't even know the day they were married. Am I the asshole for not wishing my dad a happy anniversary if the marriage didn't produce me or she didn't raise me? I'm confused on the whole anniversary thing, would I even wish them well if both are my biological parents? Isn't it supposed to be just the couple celebrating, since when does family wish you a happy anniversary? I have no ill will towards my dad or step mom, this wasn't supposed to be a big thing but he's willing to die on this hill "for respect."
TLDR: I didn't wish my dad and my stepmom a happy 6th anniversary, and he's angry and yelling.
For reference we are in California. My husband has a three year old child from before we met. Him and the mother of the child were never together romantically and he has had joint legal and shared physical custody since the birth. They are working towards 50/50 time being with each parent but now it is about 60/40(us having 40). He has had the same address since before the child was born and we have just decided to move. The move is about two miles from our previous address.
When he informed the mother of the move, about a week before we are set to stay there, she said she must come over to view the house before the child stays there. She also moved not long ago and we did not view the home. We figured she is doing well with the child and it is not mentioned on our court documents so we would not make a deal of it.
Does she have a legal right to come inside our home? We have given her the new address. I think her wanting to come is not for the child’s interest but with intentions o... keep reading on reddit ➡
So Long story short, I’ve been working from home during the pandemic per my offices pandemic plan, my step mother, speaks INCREDIBLY loud while I’m on the phone, anytime I tell her to quiet down she blows up at me, I’m never mean about it. I’m always nice and as polite as I can be and when I tell nicely to be a little quieter she GETS EVEN LOUDER in purpose and yells about it’s her house which, would be more respectable, if I made calls constantly. I don’t. And I’m quiet when she’s on the phone which is personal calls and very often so idk
My check was deposited into my closed bank account, it then got sent out as a check to my OLD address at my parents house. I repeatedly told my step mother to please forward the check to me.
She sent the check back to the IRS and and wrote “does not live here” on it. Im very nervous that I will not be getting this money at all now! I updated my address on USPS but that can take days to process.
Can someone tell me what will happen to my money? Or is anyone else in a similar situation?? Advice please
**Backstory:**When I was around 6 or 7my dad remarried to my step mom, I'm an only child but she had 2 kids. Both were older and were 7 or 8 and 8 or 9. I split time with my mom and dad so 1 month was at my mom's and 1 month was at my dad's. I liked them at first but as time went on I just didn't like it and I could tell they didn't either. Things they could do alone now I have to be included and things I wanted to do they have to be included. Things were always tense with us cause everything fight or disagreement I had with 1 quickly turned to a 2v1 cause I was always the odd man out as the only non blood related family member. This sounds petty but the fact that I have dark brown hair while they both have blonde hair also pushed the divide between us.
Things were always uneasy till both of them moved out and then followed by me. Needless to say the family did not blend well at all. As we got older it never really got better either, I don't even think they are all that close anym... keep reading on reddit ➡
Recently I got into with my Nmom on mother's day. For years I have been dealing with my mother and her constant complaining, arguing, making big deals into nothing, and not saying sorry. At first, it went from me not saying much back and just taking it because, for one I am a Christian and the bible does say to honor thy mother and father, but also two I don't like confrontations or arguments. They make me cry out of frustration. Then it got to the point where I felt the need to stand up for myself but they view that as "disrespectful". For example, I was working at burger king and paying health insurance and car insurance and for my own things while living at home. I was in college and frankly have no idea how I even managed to do all of that on a minimum wage job at all. I was living paycheck to paycheck with enough money for the bills. I rarely ever asked for money because they will just throw it in my face. My mom decided to up and randomly quit her job one night and for around 5 m... keep reading on reddit ➡
Some backstory, I'm a 31 year old woman, unmarried, no kids. I've been diagnosed with adhd and anxiety disorder and I'm super nonconfrontational. When I was 15 my mother passed away from a brain aneurysm and my maternal grandparents raised me. For many mother's days since it's been a touchy subject and triggers me but I always wished my step mom who's been in my life since I was 3 a happy mother's day. However I lost my grandmother who became a second mom to me in '16 and my grandfather like another dad just last August in '19. Sometime after my grandma's passing he sold our home due to me moving out to another state and his inability to upkeep the property on his own. I'm just in a bad place in life. I am the oldest of 2 sisters and 4 brothers split up between my mom and her husband and my dad and step mom. My step mom can be fun but she also has toxic and childish tendencies (think "I'm gonna pretend you don't exist").
Onto the story!
I recently moved in with my dad in February to... keep reading on reddit ➡
The step mother (in law) is quite narcissistic. She has abused and tormented my husband and his sister throughout their childhoods and adolescent years. (while her biological child could do no wrong). She has tried to turn my husband's family against him for years...and it works. My husband feels a 'war' is coming (his words).
In the conversation about it, he told me that she hates me because she can't control me. (I may be a painfully shy introvert, but that crap doesn't fly with me, especially when you hurt someone I love.)
I am ecstatic and I don't know why. I am a people pleaser. I am the type of person that wants to be sure everyone is happy and taken care of and happy with me. I HATE when people don't like me, but I am so happy right now. The woman is awful. I must be doing something right if she doesn't like me.
Now I just need to focus on supporting my husband (whom is the sweetest guy who is always willing to lend a hand and wants nothing more than a happy life.)
I jus... keep reading on reddit ➡
Background info: my parents seperated due to my father cheating. The results were a mess, I attended 11 different primary schools in the space of 3 years, and my younger brother and I didn't get to see our mum for 6 months. We were led to believe she didn't love us or want us anymore. Years passed and stuff was sorted.
My bio parents m & f sat me down and asked who I wished to live with after graduating grade 6. I chose to move interstate to live with my father and re-establish a father daughter relationship with him, as well as learn about my new step mum and establish a relationship with her. (This was about 5 years ago now, when she and biological mum are both pregnant).
Things are happy interstate, I've started high school and am enjoying it immensely. However I get told I'm moving back in with my mum, no reason just to pack my stuff in preparation and I'm going. Though confused I listen and pack my stuff and move back across states to live with my mum.
A few months pass a... keep reading on reddit ➡
When browsing nearly every adult film websites, it is filled with step-stuff as the featured, most viewed, or most favorited are filled with these. We need more pure love films filled with handholding, eye-to-eye passionate love making and sincere kissing.
Throwaway account here.
Please bear with me as this post will be a combination of me formulating my thoughts, ranting , and seeking advice. Sorry if it is hard to follow as I am on mobile and and not the best writer.
I will start this off with a bit of context and background of the people that are involved in this relationship. My mother (49F) and step dad (61M) met online around 5 years ago. They have been religiously married for 4 years, not yet by law.
My mother divorced my biological father (51) because he had sevetal mental issues which did not fully allow him provide for me (21M) and my brother (16M). His family was also very abusive to my mother and she has lived with trauma from that past relationship for a long time now, around 12 years.
My step dad is a great guy with grown kids of his own. He has a soft heart and is very good to my younger brother and I. He still works very hard for his age in a restaurant business. His late wife passed to breast cancer many years ag... keep reading on reddit ➡
As I approached her from behind with a knife, I wonder if I'll mess her up enough.
When my mother dies, my step father is not my step father anymore. Why can’t I marry him and hook up with him and make babies with him? I have my step sister and this is the best way to humiliate her: make her call me Mom!
First time poster. Title says it all.
I was very excited to eat my Christmas candy, didn’t even look at what kind it was bc we usually get the same stuff every year, and the alcohol chocolates looked just like lindor truffles and I’m eating them in bed in the dark. Popped a whole one in my mouth and got a mouth full of red wine. I spit it out and flip the light on, and every single piece of chocolate is filled with some kind of alcohol. Damn near lost my sobriety streak because my step mother is stupid and doesn’t think.
Edit: thank you all so so much for the kind words. Seeing “I’m so proud of you” so many times makes me so happy. I can promise you all I’m very much just as proud of myself as you all are!
Edit2: my sister in law is around her much more bc my SIL has birthed two of her graaaaandbbaaaaaabiessss (we all also live in our own homes on my dads property. So. We kinda live in her back yard.) and apparently she does [shit like this](https://drive.google.com/file/d/15fBr-1... keep reading on reddit ➡
She has been abused her whole life with 4 suicide attempts that were very close to her dying. Her parents have refused treatment and physically and mentally abuse her. She cares about her children so she cant get taken away without them. She also hates thee foster care system. Any ideas? I've been thinking about this for a few months. I just want her to be safe. I love her so much. I just care about her so much. She self harms and it hurts me inside. Any ideas for helping her out? I want the best for her.
Nice cock bro.
Woo first reddit post:)
Trigger warning: mention of self harm & rant about current somewhat abusive situation.
This will be fairly wrong, so please bear with me:,)
Im currently in the kitchen making dinner while my step mother lays piss drunk on the couch. Dads on the deck. She is talking about her DID and tried to say that her drinking an entire near litre of rum 'helps'.
She recently started taking her pills, so at least she doesn't barge into my room in late hours of the night, screaming, calling me manipulative and threatening to hurt/kick us out. Its still bad though. She keeps on saying 'my brain isnt working' and 'its my brain its not the rum' to my father. Earlier she looked at me and questioned who i was. I was around a metre away from her sitting at the table. She then 'confronted' my boyfriend and i and went off on how the alcohol helps and how its her brain making her like this etc.
Earlier today, while everybody was out of the house, she broke into my dads car... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hey! Hope your day is going well.
So with the lockdown going on I've had a lot of time to think about how terrible my relationship withmy stepmother is and has been for the last 7 years.
I wanted to hear the opinion of people outside my family if you could give me yours I would gladly take it.
I'll put a bit of background, my father has been with my step mother for 16 years and I don't have a lot of memories of her at that times apart from the fact that she was really sweet to me.
Spent the next 9 years alternating between living with my mom and with my dad.
Shit hit the fan when my mom moved away and I had to choose between her and my dad, I was 13 at the time and that really put stress on my shoulder, grades went down at schools etc...I ended up deciding to stay with my dad.
I/ Big Brother is watching
When I moved in full time with my dad I had a discussion with my him about how I didn't like my step mother because she was a lot on my back (My mom is very lenient so... keep reading on reddit ➡