Some People Definitely Weren't Born To Be Moms, And Here Are 15 Examples To Back Up My Claim
Being a mom is a privilege, not a right.
Warning: This post contains topics of verbal abuse, domestic abuse, anti-trans, and anti-gay comments. Please proceed with caution.
1. This mom, who tried to make her son feel guilty when he didn't share his flight information:
3. This mom, who pushed her anti-vaccine opinions onto her son, knowing that his wife has long-haul COVID:
4. This mom, who said extremely damaging things to her kid after they came out as bisexual:
5. This bio mom, who thought her daughter's therapist was "evil," and made her feel horrible for taking care of her mental health:
6. This mom, who shamed her daughter for going on a date with another woman:
7. This stepmom, who texted her stepdaughter deeply cruel things long after she divorced her dad:
8. This mom, who tracked down her kid on Instagram after having no contact, and harassed her:
9. This mom, who could care less about her daughter and granddaughter's health and well-being:
10. This mom, who ironically went on Facebook to call her daughter out for using Snapchat "behind her back:"
11. This mom, who criticized her daughter for having a healthy birth control plan:
12. This mom, who lied to her daughter's face about wrecking her car:
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14. This mom, who manipulated her kid in the most disgusting way possible when they weren't available to drive their dad to work:
15. And this mom, who accused her kid of taking drugs because he left the toilet seat up in the bathroom:
Note: Some posts have been edited for length and/or clarity.
If you are concerned that a child is experiencing or may be in danger of abuse, you can call or text the National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-422-2253 (4.A.CHILD); service can be provided in over 140 languages.