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27 Jun 2015, 23:31

I now can accept that My mother is emotionally and verbally abusive and my dad is physically abusive. I hate myself and they blame me for all their problems. I told me counsellor once about my dad hitting me in the face and how I bleed and she called child services without my permission. I stopped seeing her because I was really pissed and I am 18 and my sibling don't get abused physically and they are younger. They hate me now because they think I called because they know that I am the blame-kid and I am the only one who gets beat. Something tells me that I should go back to my counsellor and apologize because now I see that I am not the blame, I am the beat. Or like she says "the scapegoat." I was angry but now I am lonely and I understand. I lied to the child services woman that everything is fine and she knows I am lying. What do i do now? Do I go back to my counsellor and appologize ? what do I tell this lady?

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27 Jun 2015, 23:50

She should know you're in a tough spot and she shouldn't be putting more pressure on you for trying to figure it all out.

You could just tell her what you're telling us. That you're obviously in a tough spot and you've been trying to figure out how to deal with it all. If you've changed your mind about her calling children's services you can tell her you appreciated it, but more likely than not, she knows. If you need help, don't be afraid to get it. Especially if you're able to.

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28 Jun 2015, 01:48

I agree with ^^^
You gotta do what you gotta do.

Rhehh

02 Jul 2015, 09:00

A) you should know that your counselor is recquired by law to contact child protective services . So don't think of it as a betrayal , she only had your best interests at heart . B) it sounds like child protective services could hel

Rhehh

02 Jul 2015, 09:02

B) it sounds like child protective services could help. And I honestly think you should tell your counselor . It is getting out of hand and your parents should not be parents. Do you have any other family members who could take you in if child protective services got involved

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