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Take this warning seriously. My mother was a narcissist who took for granted that her children would get along without her intervention. She was also simply too lazy to intervene. She assumed that it was her children's job to fulfil her dream that they would play happily together, even though it had never been their dream and they had never given their consent. She had created the situation, and it was her job to make it work, but she was too lazy and selfish to do her job. Children will not reject their mother for the problems caused by her neglect. They will reject each other. But if they're smart, when they grow up they will reject her, for she is truly the one to blame for all they suffered.
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