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Old 08-10-2011, 08:42 PM
 
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Ashley may be 20 years old now, but developmentally she reminds me of a 14 year old.

I just remembered that I knew a woman who also married a rich man when her daughter was very young. Same story as Jac. Her daughter was also given a lot of material things and the mother complained that she wasn't responsible. Where have we heard this before?

The daughter went off the deep end in her twenties and got in lots of trouble.

I heard through the grapevine that the daughter was resentful of the mother. The daughter saw her mother being handed anything she wanted because she had married a rich man. The daughter felt that if her mother could have all that for the asking, she should be entitled also.

Ashley hears her mother talking about how tough it was as a single mother, but all Ashley has ever known is a mother who has everything ... wealth, a large house, expensive cars, clothes and jewelry, and lots of leisure time.

Perhaps Ashley's career plan is to marry into the same situation?


 
Old 08-10-2011, 08:48 PM
 
Location: gazing @ the Blue Ridge Mountains
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Ashley may be 20 years old now, but developmentally she reminds me of a 14 year old.

I just remembered that I knew a woman who also married a rich man when her daughter was very young. Same story as Jac. Her daughter was also given a lot of material things and the mother complained that she wasn't responsible. Where have we heard this before?

The daughter went off the deep end in her twenties and got in lots of trouble.

I heard through the grapevine that the daughter was resentful of the mother. The daughter saw her mother being handed anything she wanted because she had married a rich man. The daughter felt that if her mother could have all that for the asking, she should be entitled also.

Ashley hears her mother talking about how tough it was as a single mother, but all Ashley has ever known is a mother who has everything ... wealth, a large house, expensive cars, clothes and jewelry, and lots of leisure time.

Perhaps Ashley's career plan is to marry into the same situation?

good luck with that happening. She is no prize.
 
Old 08-10-2011, 10:29 PM
 
Location: THE USA
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That is a generalized statement and not at all true of everyone. In fact I work with two doctors right now who had very unsupportive and neglectful parents and had to put themselves through college and medical school and look at them now... Successful physicians and one is head of our family medicine program. And personally I ahve two sisters who had super supportive parents and guided them throughout their lives and they are lazy, jobless losers. Ashley is just lazy and likes to blame everyone instead of looking at the fact that she is the one who can change her life. Its not her parents job to coddle her forever. She is an adult. PERIOD.
We aren't all cut from the same cloth. Some people are more sensitive and hold on longer to traumas. We can't all be Ice queens. You are defined for life by your childhood. You can get past it but therapy is usually necessary. At her age she is a product of them. They spoiled her.
 
Old 08-10-2011, 10:54 PM
 
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Ashley may be 20 years old now, but developmentally she reminds me of a 14 year old.

She's taking advantage of her mother's guilt and her step-dad's generosity, she's not stupid. She's playing them like nobody's fool.


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I heard through the grapevine that the daughter was resentful of the mother. The daughter saw her mother being handed anything she wanted because she had married a rich man. The daughter felt that if her mother could have all that for the asking, she should be entitled also.
Then the daughter should find herself a rich man, too. Glad I only have boys after hearing that one.

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Ashley hears her mother talking about how tough it was as a single mother, but all Ashley has ever known is a mother who has everything ... wealth, a large house, expensive cars, clothes and jewelry, and lots of leisure time.
You can't go back and fix things, so Ashley apparently needs heavy therapy to get through her 20's and end up a productive human being.

Maybe Ashley is better off living with her bio-dad b/c he didn't marry into money and didn't try to assuage his guilt of being a divorced daddy and not raising her on his own (or at all) by making sure she had everything she could ever want or need.

Hope it works out for her.
 
Old 08-11-2011, 09:38 AM
 
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still liking tee's kids better--even millania(an ashley in training)
 
Old 08-11-2011, 10:22 AM
 
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still liking tee's kids better--even millania
I think I like Joe and Melissa's kids better. Less out of control. Less screaming.
 
Old 08-11-2011, 10:30 AM
 
Location: Baltimore, MD
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I think I like Joe and Melissa's kids better. Less out of control. Less screaming.
I also like Melissa's kids better. Never seen them act out.

Milania is a devil.
 
Old 08-11-2011, 10:51 AM
 
Location: Barrington, IL area
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Milania is a devil.
Give me pizza, you old troll.
 
Old 08-11-2011, 12:09 PM
 
Location: Saylorsburg
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lol, that was too funny!
Tre says her kids are so well behaved...they seem like little monsters.

It just seems to me that Teresa is very much against her SIL. At the beginning of the season, I thought Melissa might be a trouble maker, but it is clear that Teresa hates her, and digs her every chance she gets. Maybe Tre has a little weird bro love going on, and is jealous..who knows..

.when they were discussing Tre's new book about family recipes and Melissa asked if she wanted one of her recipes, she was so smug about saying no, and when they went to see the singing studio and Mellissa was so happy her husband was helping her, Teresa wasn't very supportive. I think her comment was "Looks like anyone can be a singer these days"

hate hate hated Caroline's hair at NYE party...
 
Old 08-11-2011, 12:47 PM
 
Location: Portland, OR
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lol, that was too funny!
Tre says her kids are so well behaved...they seem like little monsters.

It just seems to me that Teresa is very much against her SIL. At the beginning of the season, I thought Melissa might be a trouble maker, but it is clear that Teresa hates her, and digs her every chance she gets. Maybe Tre has a little weird bro love going on, and is jealous..who knows..

.when they were discussing Tre's new book about family recipes and Melissa asked if she wanted one of her recipes, she was so smug about saying no, and when they went to see the singing studio and Mellissa was so happy her husband was helping her, Teresa wasn't very supportive. I think her comment was "Looks like anyone can be a singer these days"

hate hate hated Caroline's hair at NYE party...

Here's my take on the recipe thing. When Melissa asked Teresa if she wanted a recipe (assuming for submission for the book), Teresa said "no" (even though it did sound smug), I was under the impression that the book was already sent to the publisher at that point. Maybe it was and Teresa did find the perfect op to say "no" after all.
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