I have felt like a victim! Well, that’s my fault! I have come to the conclusion I am not the victim, and I want to create a dialogue show around the issue…
Are you a mother or father who feels like you have to do everything around the house, for your spouse, your children, parents, siblings, friends, etc. Do you sometimes feel like you are the only one who is “doing” while others take personal time to nap, play video games, watch TV or ignore the dishes in the sink or even turn on the dishwasher?
Do you ask for help and then wonder why you have to ask for it, are you responsible for everything? OR did you just assume all the responsibility?
Let’s get this discussion going. This morning when I came downstairs again, there were dishes in the sink, and the dishwasher cycle was complete. I knew that the subject in our home which left the dirty dishes in the sink could have unloaded the dishwasher and put the dirty dishes in the washer, however, without thought did not. I add, without thought because I the self-imposed victim have shown time and time again that in the morning voila, the dishwasher is emptied and dirty dishes are placed inside. (MAGIC MOM)
I no longer want to be a victim, so I must change, but I am not alone! It’s time we have fun with this conversation, and I am looking for a couple of co-hosts, moms or dads to join me on newclevelandradio.net to talk about being the responsible one and wanting to make a change and “how do we do it!” (All in fun!) 440-526-1530 KIKI