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Never felt so low

Discussion in 'Children & Teens' started by najamadahir, Feb 8, 2019.

  1. najamadahir

    najamadahir · Guest

    My mum was very angry at me for not cleaning the house while I was on my break from work and she hit me obviously and I told her before she was going to hit me that my blood sugar is ridiculously low at that moment and she continued hitting me. And I never felt so low
     
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  2. Arab Horse

    Arab Horse Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Sorry to read this; your mum should not be hitting you. If this happens a lot you need to speak to someone about it as it is a criminal offence; even if it wasn't it is still unacceptable.
     
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  3. najamadahir

    najamadahir · Guest

    Honestly just wanted to have some pity. There is nothing I’m going to do to ruin my family.
     
  4. Tophat1900

    Tophat1900 Type 3c · Well-Known Member

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    I've read the threads you have posted and I don't think Pity helps. Support does, but you have to be willing to hear it and consider it. There is only so much people here can offer you. Then it's up to you as to what to do next. You're the driver.
     
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  5. Robinredbreast

    Robinredbreast Type 1 · Oracle

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    Hi, a parent should not be hitting a child, it's unacceptable and can be a criminal offence in the UK. Can I ask what country you are in and what nationality you are. ?
    I see you have had diabetes since the age of one, so all your life. Depression, with a feeling of low self esteem and worthlessness can make the mind a very dark place. I can feel your anger too and that is no, so please go and see your GP, or talk to someone close that you can trust. Google online for help and support too, also writing down your thoughts in a diary can be a help too. Take care
     
  6. Mr_Pot

    Mr_Pot Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    In another post the OP said they were 18 and so not a child.
     
  7. Robinredbreast

    Robinredbreast Type 1 · Oracle

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    How shocking, a one year difference:wideyed: :rolleyes:
    17 or 18 is young, a young adolescent.
    It was posted in Children and Teens :-

    Children & Teens
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    A section for children and young teens. Are you under 18? Head here to chat and meet people your own age!
     
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  8. lovinglife

    lovinglife Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    So that makes it ok to be hit by a parent?
     
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  9. Robinredbreast

    Robinredbreast Type 1 · Oracle

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    No, it doesn't :(
     
  10. Mr_Pot

    Mr_Pot Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    No, but someone being hit by their mother at age 18 is rather a different situation to a young child being hit.
     
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  11. Robinredbreast

    Robinredbreast Type 1 · Oracle

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    No one was talking about a 'young' child :confused:

    Children & Teens
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    A section for children and young teens. Are you under 18? Head here to chat and meet people your own age!
     
  12. Mr_Pot

    Mr_Pot Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    I had in mind that had my wife attempted to hit either of my daughters when they were 18 she would undoubtedly have come off worse.
     
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  13. Arab Horse

    Arab Horse Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    At whatever age it is unacceptable and the stress is VERY bad for your glucose levels. I wasn't implying that you should tell the police but maybe tell your doctor or the practice nurse and they could speak to your mother without it being about "hitting you", more of a "you need support and a calm environment".
     
  14. GlitterSparkles

    GlitterSparkles Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    hi your mum shouldnt be hitting u also if your blood sugar is low then she should respect that and not punish you in anyway shape or form
     
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    Kittycat_7_ Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Hi
    It isn't right your mum hits you
    I'm so sorry this happened to you
    You could talk it over with a domestic violence charity in confidence
    You wouldn't ruin your family as it isn't your fault
    Hope the situation improves very soon for you
    Take care
     
  16. 22nw22

    22nw22 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    That's assault at your age
     
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