Thanks a lot, you guys are awesome.>>29687>does her school offer therapy?
no, but teachers can recommend you to a psychologist if they deem it fit/if you talk to them about it. I did that myself.
Problem is, my mother does not believe in privacy and believes that every problem we have should be discussed with family only, and actively worked against therapy, so i dropped it after the 3rd visit.
I know my sister is different than me, but I dont want to subject her to the possible trauma, which would possibly make her more reluctant to attend therapy in the future.
My current tactic is to influence my mother's opinions on therapy. Now that she respects me, she may value my opinions more and I might change her mind at least a bit towards it>>29639
>have you let her know, flat out that your mother is abusing her? does your sister know about how your mother abused you too, and that's the reason for your academic success?
I think she is too young still and wouldnt deal with the information in a positive/beneficial way. I dont want to smear her image of my mother yet either. Ill definitely talk about it here and there, leave clues for her to piece together, and once she gets more mature ill talk to her properly about it.
I dont want to give her the impression that academical success = bad either, as i understand that it has also helped me a great deal, especially with hightailing it out of my home situation and the country (which is a dumpster fire).Post too long. Click here to view the full text.