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Actually it may be a form of narcissim which is a personality disorder. There can be conditions where a mother becomes over-protective of her children, or never feels that any girl is "good enough" for them. This could be due to relationship issues in her own past. Sometimes parents feel so insecure about being left alone in their later years that they do everything they can to keep their children from marrying and moving away.

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Q: Is there a type of mental illness where a mother does not want her sons to have relationships with women?
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