Mia Farrow’s life was extremely complex and difficult. The lives of each of her biological and adopted children were too.
@mamamia-user-482898552 wonderfully said! Can you please write some articles for Mamamia with this perspective?
I agree with the other posters. It sounds like he receives a lot from you but then again we live in different times and kids generally are more spoilt in this generation. A child psychologist would be helpful. Also, think about how you act and react when he does do something wrong. Perhaps he likes to see your reaction and that could be another psychological issue altogether. It’s fantastic that you’ve pinpointed it now which means you can get the help you need.
@mamamia-user-482898552 absolutely 100% agree! More articles with this POV please Mamamia!
Thanks for this article. I’m recently going through this with a friend. She’s a mum, I’m not. We’ve both had our fair share of issues and have been there for each other through thick and thin.
I have a lifetime AVO against my abusive ex. It was the best thing I ever did. At first I was too scared to take one out against him but with the help of the police, I did. His stalking and abuse has ceased. It’s been four years. I still look over my shoulder from time to time and feel uncomfortable in certain situations but the daily torture has stopped.
I love the Ordinary and have some of the basics! Just wondering how do we layer all these products you listed? I can see some need to be applied to clean skin but then others you haven’t mentioned... Thanks :)
In reply to the other posters on here; sure, some people have a physical type (I personally don't as I believe your significant other is an all round package and not just a physical appearance), however if you've agreed to be PAID and on a television show that many young girls watch and are unfortunately aspiring to these women, 'your type' should be thrown out the window, because essentially you're making a TV show for public viewing and not trying to make one 30-something year old single dude happy. Surely Channel 10 or Endemol Shine (who I'm guessing is the casting company behind this show) should be a bit wiser in this day and age and diversify the 'talent' pool... unless they're looking for negative press to raise issues of racism and media stereotypes which I highly doubt. It's an odd decision and I doubt they wouldn't have thought about in more depth... But then again, perhaps not. I just cannot believe the casting agency would be so dumb to do this...?! Baffled. Miffed. Gobsmacked. So many emojis I could insert right here!