son or thirty years of religion?
by, 13th July 2012 at 01:54 PM (1206 Views)
Mum is torn between the church and her son, how does this work???????
My mum has been bed-ridden for a little while now due to a severe physical condition where she had to have a very intense operation and is still recovering months after the operation. This is not the first time my mother has been bed-ridden and the church have just let her recover no matter how long it takes.
Currently she is being looked after by an elderly man who is half blind and has slight dementia so he forgets to get her food and things she need in order to recover.
She has seen the doctor, buts whats missing from this story is the "miracles of auditing and assists" etc. lol what am I saying.
I promised my mum I would no longer post or say anything about the church just to protect her from harassment by OSA and the ethics officer. But I think I need to do something and say something to help my mum out.
I asked my mum what it would take for her to leave, she said leaving the church would almost be as big of a loss as it was losing me. I don't blame my mum for this dilemma, thirty years of brainwashing is kinda hard to break. She wants me to handle my status so that we can talk without feeling guilty or her having to have a missed withhold.
I guess I just fear the worst for my mum, she doesn't realize it but her whole problem and pressure from the church and the communication between us would be restored if she just walked away. She could actually be looked after and helped professionally, not just left to recover on her own whilst shes bed-ridden.
This is just the start of my motions.
PS: mum if you see this (highly unlikely) but who knows the churches methods of family these days after TomCat. I miss you heaps and you know your whole family is here for you and I mean your WHOLE family. I'm sorry for any pressure this creates on you, but one of the biggest regrets I would ever have is losing you to the church and not trying to do anything about it. After all it is your choice, but I will try to break the chains of the church for our sake.