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My "Concerned" Mom - May 4th 2010, 01:06 PM

My mom is too concerned about me. She reads EVERYTHING I do, and if it's the SLIGHTEST bit depressing she says "your ____ is scaring me." Like, I've been writing poetry using the titles of songs. I wrote one about When I'm Gone. So like, it was all depressing, like, when im gone no one will notice, there will be no trace, etc. And she read it, on MY website, and said "your poetry is scaring me." Yet when I tell her I'm going to kill myself no matter what, she doesn't listen. So wtf is up with her!?!?!?!! I DONT FRICKEN UNDERSTAND. What do I do!?!?!?!!!??!?!

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Re: My "Concerned" Mom - May 4th 2010, 01:20 PM

my mum is the same i hide my real self from her because if i show any sadness she is like "whats wrong plz tell me" i am like "i just got a little dust in my eyes" so i really don't think much for her concern.if you want do what i do if not ask someone else for help.
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Re: My "Concerned" Mom - May 4th 2010, 08:42 PM

It's a mother's job to be concerned for you. If she isn't concerned, she is doing a bad job being a mother. Believe it or not, parents are often still felt guilty and responsible if their children took their lives out even after a long while- I read it in a newspaper.

If you felt invaded, try turning on some privacy setting if you are using electronical services such as LiveJournal or Facebook. If it is in written format, store it somewhere she wouldn't be able to see it.

Or you can tell her that it is nothing wrong about you, just a form of artistic expression. I am sure she will feel better about it in the future if you clarify that bit for her.

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