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As usual, my health doesn't matter - September 26th 2009, 06:26 PM

Every single time my sister feels any kind of pain or discomfort, my mom worries about her and urges her to go to the doctor. But whenever I'm in pain or sick, my mom just tells me to deal with it. I don't drive so when I needed to go to the clinic today...my appointment was actually scheduled for 25 minutes ago...my mom said she would take me. Then about an hour before my appointment she said she didn't feel well...so I called up my sister who got mad at having to take me because she was out shopping. So then my mom changed her mind and said she'd drop me off if my sister would pick me up. My sister agreed. But then a while later I get a call from my sister's cell phone, it's my 5 year old nephew crying that because of me his mom wasn't going to take him to Chuck E Cheese today. I live right across the street from Chuck E Cheese so I still don't understand why my sister told my nephew that.She could have easily taken him right after dropping me off. I tell my mom and sister I'll take the bus home instead. My mom then starts complaining about having to take me at all, saying I should take the bus there. But by now it was too late for me to get there in time on the bus. So to make everyone happy I end up just not even going to the clinic. It's like this everytime I have an appointment. I feel like my health doesn't even matter. I needed to go to the clinic to get more birth control to keep my period from lasting 3 weeks. I have been on it now for 3 months and barely now, after taking it the third month, has my period calmed down. Next time I need to get some where I won't even mention I have an appointment, because that's why my mom was going to take me, she had offered to take me so I wouldn't have to ride 2 buses to get out there. Yet, despite how things went this morning, my mom is saying I'm "hurting" her because she was going to drive me. I don't understand her logic. When my sister is sick she has no problem taking her to the doctor or even taking care of her.

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Re: As usual, my health doesn't matter - September 26th 2009, 09:02 PM

I get the same.
Maybe you should just try asking her why your sister gets different treatment?
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