It Haunts My DREAMS

A few years ago, I confessed to my family of being suicidal. I was brought to psychiatrists who I did not want to see, and hospitals that I did not want to go to. After this long ordeal of events, my mother thought me 'cured' and left it at that. Now, about 2 years later, as life is growing harder each day, I realize that things are worse that before. I want to tell her, but I don't want to hurt her again. And I don't want to go through the embarrassment of everyone who my mother thinks is somebody important knowing. Not even knowing how to start the conversation, I shall leave my confession at this, hoping that comments on it will bring me courage to tell more people, hopefully my mother.

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  • I don't think you HAVE to tell your mom. I have one of those moms who has to run her mouth to absolutely everyone. And I don't appreciate my business being out there. But once I did tell her I needed to talk to her and I wanted her to repeat it to absolutely no one 100% regardless of how she felt, and she still hasn't said anything to this day. You might just try letting her know it stays between you two.

  • I know exactly where you're coming from. There are so many things I wish I could talk to my mom about but can't. You should get into therapy, not everyone needs drugs some just need to vent. Good luck

  • i think you shud tell yoru mother... if she was there for you the first time she will be there for you this time and how many other times it will take. family is family and they will never turn there back on you. good luck

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