I feel...stuck...kind of...not sure how to explain the feeling :/

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   Posted 5/24/2010 6:28 PM (GMT -6)   
Okay so....ever since with my Dad not being here, my mom's constantly yelling at me and taking it out on me. Last year I was diagnosed with Depression, and my mom used to beat me but not alot anymore but i mean she does hit me sometimes but that's rarely though. I've tried getting every help as possible but it doesn't really work and now since I think that all people do is pity you and don't do anything, I got tired of wasting my breath and keep my feelings bottled up. So I feel stuck in a room everyday where I can't get out. Everytime I try telling my mom to stop she doesn't stop, she just screams at me more. And I don't know how to get out of this room. :/

Post Edited (Adela) : 5/24/2010 6:04:44 PM (GMT-6)

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   Posted 5/24/2010 6:56 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Adela,

I am sorry but we are not allowed to discuss self harm or suicide on the forum.

But I am really concerned about you. You said that your mom doesn't hit you that much anymore, but she shouldn't be hitting you at all. Or abusing you verbally. Have you thought about calling child protective services? You really could use their assistance right now. Talk to a school counselor too. You need somebody professional to talk to. You are going through a lot and I really think that you need some help.

Please think about it.

Hugs, Karen

PS I will find you some resources.
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   Posted 5/24/2010 7:04 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey Karen,

I'm sorry about that, i'm new here but I will edit that and take that out.

Yes, I have tried CPS, but the thing about my mom is, she makes up some kind of lie saying that I hit her first and that I started it or something when I really didn't. I talked to a school counselor, same thing. It's really why i bottle up my feelings. My mom also have my sisters to back her up, and obviously they lie with her to not get into any trouble with her.

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   Posted 5/24/2010 7:05 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Adela,

Welcome to HW. Karen is right, your Mom shouldn't be hurting you physically or emotionally, at all. I went through something similar before I left my house for college. My Mom was constantly yelling at me and fighting with me. It was horrible. And that was roughly when the depression started, which she was mad at as well....She was furious that I was depressed and insisted I was faking it!

Like Karen said, I would reach out as much as you can. There has to be another route. It's so unfortunate your Mom is lying and getting away with this. It's too much to be dealing with all of this and feeling how you feel at the same time. You would be suprised how much your life can change when you find the right help. A support group ended up saving my life and changing the way I live with my illness forever.

I really hope there is something out there to get you through this...

Please keep us posted, we are here.
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