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Date Joined May 2017
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   Posted 5/11/2017 11:14 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey , I am new to this and I really need someone to talkt to. I feel really depressed because my bf family dosen't like me. I am 18 but have 2 little girls from a past relationship. I moved in with my new bf but his mom started living at his house. At first everything went well I got to love her and know her well. She explained to me that my bf was in a relationship with a girl who was unfaithful to him. She talked really bad about her with me. I really tought things were going to work well. Then one day i felt my bf mom different she would lock herself in her room. She would seen annpyed with my 2 little toddlers. She even hid food from them when they would ask me for some. I complaines to my bf and he confronted her about it we 3 had a big fight. I still kept living with them but it hasn't been the same I dont talk to her anymore. Then I went to mexico with my bf and i saw his ex at his moms house I got so pissed off I confronted her and she just locked herself in a room and she wouldnt come out. My bf sister came to me and told me it was her moms house not my bf's that they could invite who the liked then i confronted my bf and he told me that his sister and his mom dont want us togethwr. He said it was probably planned for me to leave him. I believe him he treats me really good. I just dont. Like the fact that hes family dosent like me and that his mom dosent accept my little girls who I love with all my heart. I am really depressed I feel Iam to ugly fot my bf because thats what his family thinks. His ex is really beutiful and that makes me feel so insecure 😢😢😢 we are going in june to mexico again and Iam so scared to be with his family I feel worthless like I am an ugly person 😪😪

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Date Joined May 2017
Total Posts : 4
   Posted 5/12/2017 1:00 AM (GMT -7)   
You sound like your dealing with a lot. Remember, your boy friend treats you well. He is the one that you care about.

The most important thing is how you feel about yourself. If you value yourself others will, and if they don't, it doesn't matter, they don't count. Develop your sense of confidence. You are worth it. If you are feeling depressed join a support group in your community (a church group or some other group that might give you support), or see a therapist. A good book to read that you can get at your library is "I'm OK, You're OK" by Thomas Anthony Harris. Another good book to read is Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl - it's about his experiences as an Auschwitz concentration camp inmate during World War II, and talks about his method (he was a psychotherapist doctor), which involved identifying a purpose in life to feel positively about things. Anyway these two books are very good reads for helping you build yourself up. And if you need an antidepressant your doctor can help you with that. Remember value yourself, provide good information for your mind, and provide the help you need by finding a group of people who will help you (a church or a support group or a therapist). Remember, you can do this, and we are all in this together!
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