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Not being trusted? - May 26th 2015, 02:57 PM

Last night I got really suicidal and was honest with my mom. Now this morning all my medicine is gone and hid them from me. Maybe I was a bit too honest?

They are most likely in her bathroom where everything else is but she will probably scream at me for being there and trying to "kill myself"

Now I'm not going to bother to look for them and I skip my meds I badly need to keep me stable. That's her own fault for hiding my pills I need.

So it seems I won't be talking or trusting her for a while.

I'm not sure where else this would go.



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Re: Not being trusted? - May 27th 2015, 12:11 AM

If you need your medication, ask her to give you the dose you need. It sounds like you did the right thing being honest with her and she did what she felt was necessary to keep you safe.


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Re: Not being trusted? - May 27th 2015, 12:45 AM

I think opening up to your mother is a positive thing, but it unfortunately appears that she may have misunderstood your situation. I agree with what was said above in that I believe you should explain to her what you are going through and why you need your medication. Best wishes.
   
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Re: Not being trusted? - May 27th 2015, 02:12 AM

I did I ended up asking for them and I'll keep it on the down low so she can put my meds back where they belong.



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