I had a step-mum and loved her, but i had a best firend who didnt like theirs, epecially when she was expecting a new baby. She felt that everyone would be more occupied with the baby and forget her. Or her dad would love the baby more because its with the partner he really loves.
My advice is: Go out goether, just you and him/her, and spend some time together.
Or spend time as a whole family(:
I hope that helped.. a little..AnswerHopefully, as long as you are kind and fair to the chil they will grow out of it, but in the mean time, be as nice and loving as you can. AnswerMy advise is just sit the child and your hubby down together and calmly ask them if they are aware of your feelings. Do not accuse or blame either of them. Explain that you are expecting and hormones rage and you need their help in you and your new baby need and want to be accepted. If your hubby is defensive on the part of his child, remind him you are carrying his other child. He and his current child are not to feel threatened by you and the new baby. Most children really don't want to hurt people and if the child's mom left and you are there for 4 years, there may be some testing to make sure you are not gonna leave as well. Reassure them you love them and you are not leaving no matter how hard it gets sometimes, they want mom but mom doesn't want them, that is devestating to a child. I have been a step mom for 15 long years. It is wonderful when you finally find a way to reach them and let them trust you. They key is not to blame, or accuse the child and to always be honest about situations where you and the child are without dad and the child tries to upset you, don't react until both of you are in front of dad and then ask the child why they did the thing that makes you feel they are sabatoging you. On the spot dad will see if its you or her. some times i was the cause, unknowingly until i listened to our son. Blended familys are rewarding and trying. AnswerWhat wonderful advice from the above stepmom...your children (step and birth) are very fortunate to have you! It is so difficult to be a step-parent. Sometimes it seems that a child will resent you no matter how well the situation is handled. Combine that with a pregnancy and it can become a very delicate situation. The whole thing was put into perspective for me when a then expectant mother asked me to imagine if I were married and my husband had explained to me that another woman would soon be coming to live with us! She would be his 'wife' also, and while he would not love me any less, he would love the new addition just as much and he hoped that she and I would become friends! Magnify your reactions by about 100 - children are supposedly much less rational than adults- and you can begin to get some idea of how your stepchild feels about this new baby without even considering the existing resentments. I do agree that your husband needs to be aware of the situation and that it needs to be dealt with honestly and compassionately - you deserve respect and consideration just as much as your husband, children and step-children do. Good luck!
Are you thinking of "malice"? Maybe "animosity"? Or "loathing"?
· rage · regret · relief · remorse · resentment · resignation
Feelings of jealousy will become resentment and can ruin a relationship if allowed to grow.
I am feeling resentment towards all kinds of people and don't know how to stop.Resentment means feelings of anger or indignation at someone for something they did to you. Here are some sentences.She felt resentment toward her teacher, even though the teacher had only been trying to help her.His resentment kept him from enjoying life.Resentment can waste time and energy; just forgive them and move on.There was a lot of resentment toward management which seems to have improved since they asked for recommendations from the staff.The election results left resentment between all the candidates.Geez, why is Kuljeet so full of resentment?I can't believe that William is so full of resentment.
· rage · regret · relief · remorse · resentment · resignation · resolved
To continue with feelings of resentment against someone as a result of something that happened in the past
The mother's thoughts and feelings have absolutely no measurable effect on the genes inherited by her baby.
It is actually common for a stepparent to have mixed and even negative feelings toward a stepchild. However, as an adult figure in that child's life, it is important for a stepparent to make a strong effort to treat the child with respect (even when this is not reciprocated) and not to assume the role of a replacement mother or father (the child already has a mother and father), and instead to assume the role of an adult role model and caretaker. Sometimes it is helpful to regard one's role as a stepparent as being similar to the role of a school teacher in a child's life: you are an adult role model who is partially responsible for and to the child and to the child's parents, but your purview of authority is typically secondary to that of the actual parents. Obviously in many mixed families a stepparent might develop a very warm and close relationship with a stepchild, but this is not necessarily the case. If as a stepparent you feel that your relationship with your stepchild is problematic, it can be very, very helpful for you to start visiting a counselor or psychologist--not because there is something wrong with you, but to help you understand your own feelings and to find ways of dealing with the problems of being a stepparent. Family or couple's counseling might potentially follow this, or happen in conjunction with this, but it is important for you to have an adviser who helps *you* specifically as well. All that said, it is essential in any mixed family that the biological parent to whom you are married treats you with respect and dignity when dealing with his or her child (your stepchild). For instance, a stepchild that is violent or abusive to a stepparent is something that his or her biological parent must take steps to protect you, the stepparent, from. Whether or not a stepchild is spoiled is a value judgment that you should avoid: instead, your counselor or psychologist can help you understand why you have this value judgment and how you can get past this so that you can maximize the potential in your relationship with your stepchild while simultaneously maintaining communication and health interaction in your marriage.
He continues to dislike Christmas as he remembers his loneliness at school
strong feelings of resentment and nationalism built up by economic and political crises
Clearly, her father should talk to her. You should discuss your feelings and concerns with him and ask him to talk to her.
Assuming the question refers to a dream, it means that you continue to have emotional ties to your ex boyfriend. The dream illustrates your own feelings, whether of longing or anger or resentment. It provides no insight at all into your ex's thoughts or feelings about you.
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I can't say why they do it, but I can say as the oldest and unfavored child it is very hurtful. It has built feelings of resentment, pain, and betrayal within me well into my adult life. I am 42...
It is common for caregivers to develop feelings of anger, resentment, guilt, and hopelessness, in addition to the sorrow they feel for their loved one and for themselves.
The meaning of this dream depends on the emotions you felt while the dream was occurring. Assuming that the dream was unpleasant, it represents your feelings of resentment toward the girlfriend
Racism is the belief that one race is superior over another. It is socially unacceptable because it isolates certain groups, which leads to feelings of resentment and mistrust, psychological stress and anxiety.
The dream expresses something about the dreamer's thoughts and feelings. It does not reflect any thoughts or feelings of the ex or his wife. This particular dream suggests that you have resentment toward the ex wife, or that you doubt that your boyfriend really prefers you to his former spouse.
because it was a period when resentment between political parties ended and a new era of unity began. hope that helped :)
tell him all about what your feeling now if he continues to boast about previous feelings look him in the eyes and tell him "I'm over you now you need to get over youself" tell him all about what your feeling now if he continues to boast about previous feelings look him in the eyes and tell him "I'm over you now you need to get over youself"
The dream suggests that the dreamer continues to desire the ex boyfriend's affection. The dream is about the dreamer's thoughts and feelings and does not reveal any information about the ex boyfriend's feelings.
The word "complaining" means to express feelings of pain, dissatisfaction, or resentment. As such, there are very few words that can prefix it. The only obvious one is "uncomplaining". Otherwise, just use a synonym or antonym.
He might be working out some feelings for you. He might be confused, and he might miss you to a degree. It's normal for both people to have conflicting feelings after a breakup. If it continues, you might need to tell him to please not call you anymore.
The dream COULD reflect your intuition about your boyfriend's resentment of the baby, particularly if the child is not his own. However, the dream illustrates YOUR own fears and suspicions. It does not provide any reliable insight into your boyfriend's actual feelings.