Reply To: Don’t know what to do
I think talking helps. I used to not talk about things because I was embarresd about things and didn’t want to be a burden, but it actually helps. Thank you so much for listening and for the advice you’ve given me. I have to block it out and remember that I am ok just the way I am. I am enough and I don’t need to have a boyfriend or a husband to validate myself. It’s true, the more you hear something the more you believe it. You are strong. I’m glad that you were able to get to that point where you could talk in a productive way. I don’t think my Mum and I will ever get to that point. I don’t want to save my relationship with her anymore. She can see what she’s doing to me and doesn’t want to stop. I think she is a bully. I’m going to leave and not look back. Everything is always so difficult. I want to be happy. I want to sleep at night. I want to have peace. Thank you. I have spoken to my Mum about moving out and she said I won’t be able to do it on my own. I’m going to do it. I have a goal and I’m going to reach it.