Okay so it goes like this....I stay in an apartment and me and a few of my flat mates go foryoga classes together and we also practise together and this has been for the last 2 months. I get along pretty well with them and we are comfortable doing yoga together
sometime last week it seems my mother and another flat mate with whom I go for yoga with had a small misunderstanding which turned into a verbal feud later on...I am not aware of the details but then I guess it must have been pretty bad because my mom came and asked me not to go for yoga with her and do it myself and passed a judgement that she isn't a good woman....
I am getting irritated because firstly it's not right to pass judgements based on a single instance and secondly she has had a feud with her so why should she spoil my relationship with the woman? Why bring me into the picture? I am no way connected to the feud and even after this verbal duel that woman was as normal with me as she used to be before it...there were no frowns no arrogant faces et all....
Am I right here? I have been trying to tell my mom this but she sees no rason and I have been wondering lately if what I reason out is right....
Please help me
-------------------- archer Posts: 104 | From: India | Registered: Mar 2006
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I'm inclined to agree with you. Unless your mother has valid concerns for your safety when you're with this person, you don't need to let her argument change your relationship.
I'm sorry your mom is putting you in the middle like this but I'm not sure what you can do if talking to her hasn't worked. Perhaps you can agree to disagree?
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