Sorry you are still having conflicts with your Mom. I have the same problem and don't even live with her. She'll tell me to do the same thing over and over again. It makes me nuts. All she does is complain about my Dad not cleaning up the basement. He spends a lot of time working outside or on the computer. She just does craft stuff between her various outside activities. It's not like she's cleaning either. She is very double standard that way.
I about lost my mind when my laptop died. I tried everything to keep it working, new hardware, new software. Luckily, I copied most of my "important" files off onto a backup memory stick. I got an new laptop, but it's totally different, so I don't know how most of it works. The worst part is when I'm using it and one of my cats walks over the keys. They do all sorts of wacky stuff to the screen, then I have to figure how to undo it. Plus, it has a wide screen, which was so weird to get use to.
My parents were making me crazy over the Holidays, especially Christmas day, because I spent too much money, and took too long wrapping packages. Of course, the only thing I got that I wanted was a specific calendar that I showed to my sister. I asked my parents for an I-POD, but I'm sure my Dad didn't even mention it to my mother, who would have hit the roof over the cost.
My mom thinks I take to much medication and wants me to get off as much as I can. She doesn't realize I need more medication, not less. She doesn't understand the depression, or the fact that it takes all I can muster just to get through a day. She's always pushing me to do things, when I'm in so much pain I can barely move. I'm not on Disability just because I didn't feel like working. She is very stubborn, and it takes moving a mountain to get her to change her mind about something.
Going to log off now. I've got to install MS OFFICE PRO. Oh, boy.