Moms. The love! The affection! The support! Moms can be the greatest! But, there’s also the nagging. The smothering. And the PUSHINESS. Moms can be tough too. Don’t sweat it, though. Meg’s here to help you deal with your pushy mom. Moms can push when it comes to school, how you dress, and even who you like. No matter what the pressure’s on, Meg’s advice will help you deal. From figuring out when’s the best time to talk to your mom to what exactly you’re going to say to her, Meg will guide you every step of the way.

Do you have a pushy mom? Does she try to get you to do things you’re not into? Tell us about it in the comments!

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  • Jessica

    I am 31 married and have two boys. Ever since we moved closer to my parents I feel like my mother became very overbearing and no matter how many times I’ve hinted her on the way she is behaving she doesn’t get it. She calls me everyday and if I don’t answer her calls or don’t call her she blows up and asks why I didn’t call her. She also wants to know what we do every weekend. She gets upset if I don’t visit her every week and uses my youngest son by saying she misses him and wants to see him. I don’t know what to do anymore and I don’t want to make my mother feel like I don’t appreciate her or take her for granted. I just want her to understand that I am an adult and want to live my life my way.

  • Nikki M

    I have been wanting to leave home for a while now. I have tried talking to my mum but every time she says that I am not ready to do it. I know I have medical issues but how do I know if I can do them when she won’t let me be an adult. I just want to move to the next town over with a friend how is willing to help. How do I make her understand that I want to move out without breaking the bond that we have.

    • Solcali

      Ok, first of all, how old are you? I f you are only 15, that too young. If you are like 20 or something, you should move out? If your medical issues are high, I understand your mom, she’s just worried. But eventually she’ll understand you. If your medical issues are low, just tell your mom nicely that you can handle the issues and sooner or later, you have to move out. I hope this helped you and others!

  • andrea .

    does this really help ? o.O