Topic: Things to do when you should be doing homework pictures
June 25, 2019 / By Jaden Question:
...Uhm, hey there. I am 15, almost 16. I just hope that this isn't my rebellion stage talking or what not, but, is my mother is being extremely dramatic?
You see, my mom and I shared an awesome relationship where we tell each other everything. I am the kind of kid that doesn't like to mix with others, and loves to be with my mom. I would do anything for her to be happy.
Since the time she had gotten a facebook for herself, and made a page about K-POP lovers. Nothing biggie, the usual, ya know? I respect her for liking the genre, and stuff.
But then, due to her....lack of computer savvy-ness... she apparently got herself in trouble till the very point that she has found people that wants her dead. Ruining her business was one thing, she has depression, and probably mood swings as well. She went to a therapist, and gotten medicine for it. She has gotten weird messages on the phone where she says that the 'person' is giving her clues, and such. It's just mental torture. She cries nearly everyday, saying that she has no friends, everyone deserted her, and she brings God into it too.
I am a kid that gets bullied, and isolated herself from society till two years ago. I had no friends from the start. I have been suffering from that since I was a friggin' kid. I don't see the problem.
After a while, she believes that they're trying to kill her due to the side-effects of the medicine. And she thoroughly believes that EVERYONE around her is trying to kill her in some way. Till the very point that she believes her so-called ally in the entire thing is the one of the ex-kings in my country. The picture she showed me was very easy to get from the internet, and she believes that her ally is seriously him.
I've been watching her cry, comforting her the best I can, try to relieve the burden of chores. I do my homework, I am favored among the teachers, clean, tidy, and abide to the rules. I grew up in fear of scoldings, and I went through my rebellion phase when I was younger.
But as time passed, her behavior not turning for the better, I honestly don't know what to do. I tried to comfort her. I've been raised to like 'if you know what's going on, then get a solution for it or else you're dead to society' - kind of way. She snaps at people, then cry about how she has no friends again. She used to say that I am great child, and I make her happy, but now it's the opposite. She goes on about how nothing in the world can make her happy, and she believes that she has a mission with her 'ally'. She also says that she can die by any given moment, and she says it in a very dramatic way as well.
Overall, the environment she's producing for me is very, very depressing. I googled some stuff, and turns out, I have Major Depression, and something that starts with a D. I want to help her, but she's acting like a typical 16-year old emo wannabe like you see in the movies.
For ****'s sake, I can't handle this anymore. If I get her off the net, then she'll say I am with the 'attackers'. I suggested the police, but she believes that they're in it as well. I've been on the computer since young, I know what could happen if I expose anything too personal. Please, any ideas? I am almost at my breaking point.
***When I said 'I don't see the problem', I advised her on what to do as well.
And she not delusional, mind you.
Emilee | 2 days ago
Sounds like she needs an overhaul by the doctor. You do too for your depression. I suggest you tell the doctor what's going on with your mum. He/she will then decide whether it's worth you bringing your mum to see the doctor too. It might just be a case of some medication for her. She needs some sort of professional help and you are too young and too inexperienced to deal with this on your own.
I have a very good relationship with my mom too. I never had a rebellious phase in my teens and we have an open and honest relationship. I can't imagine how much this must hurt to see your mom like this.
You said she has been prescribed medicine, right? Medicine can effect people differently. She might be having a severe reaction to it.
She sounds extremely paranoid, and from what I can gather, possibly schizophrenic. But I am NOT a doctor. I cannot properly assess the situation, nor can anyone else on the internet. You need to talk to either a guidance counselor, or if your school has a psychologist there, talk to them.
If you don't feel comfortable doing that, then call TEEN LINE at (800) 852-8336 or (310) 855-4673 and talk to someone.
I wish you all the best.