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To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to new features see fewerand support Mumsnet. Dd's birthday Saturday, we are planning on going to the zoo then back to MIL's after. My mum wants to come but OH says she is draining. Which she is I agree with him but I can't imagine she will be like that on her granddaughters birthday.
My mum is always complaining that she is ill, even though she isn't, she moved to closer to us and hates it and moans about it all the time. So his reasons are valid but I will speak to her before we go. AIBU to bring her? I did pop to the shops with her earlier and she said she is very lonely.
I said maybe start looking at some activities or volunteer at a charity shop as she use to love that. But she said no she is too ill So, now the story fills out a bit. Have the birthday weekend and then spend some time encouraging your mum to sort herself out and, if the 'moaning' is linked to depression, get her a doctor's appt.
Loneliness is dreadful at any age. Do you repeat these draining conversations to your DH? You might want to think about that as it sounds as though she's OK in person so his opinion of her might be a bit skewed. Some mean responses on here tbh when it might be a cry for help from your mum. Enjoy the birthday weekend whatever you decide. To be honest when we're out and about with her she's fine and doesn't complain. However when she is on her own for a few days she usually rings complaining how ill she is and how she nearly fell over.
Even though she never does fall over. OH says to her how can you be fine when your with us but be so ill when your on your own. But she said no she is too ill It's like she hates the way she is living but is willing to do nothing about it.
You are being very unfair to your husband. Why should he have to share your special family trip to the zoo with your moaning mother? You've disregarded his wishes Spot on. Presumably he works all week and wants to spend one special day with his wife and daughter.
He's entitled to that without having to accommodate his MIL. It's must be awful for you, OP, feeling you have to solve the problem of your mum's loneliness and unhappiness, but you don't and you can't. If your mum is living alone and she says the following To be honest when we're out and about with her she's fine and doesn't complain. See if she still mentions feeling like she is going to fall over then. It sounds like she is very very lonely and unhappy but I have no idea how you can tackle that. Already have a Mumsnet ? Log in. Talk ».
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