mom, I don't know why you think the only thing i have to do is clean my room. i will clean it i have just been busy
Amanda! I have told you several times now, clean your room! You don't know how to do anything, your good for nothing!
She is so mean! im good for nothing? She doesn't even see how hard I have been struggling with all this school work. She never even cares how I'm doing she only cares about my damn room!
She never does anything I ask. I have been struggling at work and have had no time for anything else. i work so that i can pay for everything she needs and all I ask for her to clean her room.
A mother finds her daughters room a mess after repeatedly asking for it to be cleaned. in a fit of anger, she then says some very mean things. the daughter only then defends herself .
why would you say that to me, "im good for nothing", thats a terrible thing to say. Im mad at you, you never care to ask how im doing or see that im struggling with school all you care about is my room
Im mad because i have been working non stop to get you everything you want and all i ask for is a clean room.
the daughter cries after her mom leaves the room. she then describes her struggles and expresses her hurt feelings from her mothers words
she has been working extra shifts. she's been really stressed with work too i guess i can understand why she hasn't noticed. maybe she said those things out of anger
wow she is right i didn't even realize. i shouldn't have been so hard on her. she has been staying up late doing her hw.
the mother explains her side of the story to herself. she speaks on how she has been working hard for all of her daughters needs.
im sorry for not noticing al you do for me. as soon as im done with my hw i will start cleaning my room.
your right, im sorry, clean your room when you can, school is more important. if you need to talk about it im here for you.
after work the two interact again only this time explaining to one another their feelings on the situation.
after they both speak on their sides of the issue, both the mother and daughter start understanding each others point of view
they both reach forgiveness through means of understanding. they both understand that right now is a hard time for both of them. they apologize to one another and forgive each other.