We do not judge here. You are not alone. Many of us have scars not only on the wrist but everywhere inside and out. We all work to find that place where we can learn those emotions are not our fault, the anger does not belong against us, and slowly we find self kindness and compassion works better than self harm.
I know this from personal experience.
I strongly suggest that you have talk with the school nurse or health professional if possible. Not sure how it works where you are.
Obviously you need to work through some issues. Whatever decisions your Mom mad in the past, if you can talk to her about
it, you may find there is another side to what you have come to understand. I am 58 years old. I realized this point, 3 years ago. To late for me to try and talk to my mother. Does not excuse some behaviors, but can help clear some hurtful feelings on both sides due to misperceptions.
Communications is important. IF not with your Mom, a health professional, keeping your feelings hidden is not good.
I wish you peace and strength
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