Coming from a mother of a 12 year old. I would hope that she would feel comfotable coming to me to tell me anything. We too, have been that age. We know what it is like. I have walked through some pretty rough things my teenage years too. I want my kids to know that they can come to me. I love them and I want to help. Maybe you should talk to your parents too. I can't imagine that they wouldn't love and support you. Good luck and praying for you and your family. Amen.
yes you can just make sure you know a psychologists number and if need be bring your parents becuse you may need them there otherwise they might not be able to see you especialy without parental permission which is probasbly needed
well then you need to speak t your friends maybe because if your parents arent going to help you then the only other people you can trust is other family members or friends who can be with you at the time and help you and tell your parents theyre ignorant and should help there children more when there in a crisis or have psychological problems as your parents should be supportive towards you and if theyre not then they need to start being so
well considering what you just said it seems like there abusing you by giving you''orders'' so i would speak to the police mabye and ask if it is actual abuse or not and then just try to get them to help you with your problems because they can probably get your parents to have to help you
well then you can defenitly call the police because abuse is not tolerated by the law and instead of getting your parent to be there they may allow you to go alone or come with you to make sure your safe and since your father hit you hell be put in jail for a month or more and if anyone else has hit you on purpose recently you can get them in court aswell unless of course you actually started it
pretty sure you need some sort of legal guardian.........ask another family member if you can't trust yur parents
You can try, but doctors are really expensive.
I'm fourteen too and I can't talk to mine either. I'm not sure you should call a pschologist on your own. Try talking to your school counselor and tell them what is going on.
May I ask you why you think you need help?
Why do you think you are schizophrenic?
don't you have cousins? or some relatives at the same age you are..you can tell them maybe they will better understand your problems...<br />
Good luck =)
In Indiana a minor can't be treated by a physician without the parents permission. Maybe a help line would help you.
Yes, you can get help yourself. Do you have any time of health insurance?
oops... Do you have any type of health insurance?
Haha. If you don't wanna tell your parents and your friends aren't a choice , talk to your guidance counselor. That's what i do.
You might also be ATAVISTIC (not taking after EITHER parent).<br />
It's perfectly normal. Atavistic kids sometimes take more after a grand-parent, an uncle, or even a great grand-parent.<br />
Sadly; for an atavistic child, their parents seem somehow "distant" or unapproachable.<br />
The reason I tell you this; is that you seem intelligent in what you have described so far.<br />
Realize also; that being at an "inbetween" age will not last for too very long at all.<br />
In the overall scheme of things, pretty soon you will have access to all the help and care your heart desires. But; if you can get to the internet privately (and your cache is not being monitored) then I don't suppose it is illegal for you to contact a professional online. It is wrong that there is not more support in the face of a family a person feels they cannot approach, and a school that does not instill confidence either.<br />
Perhaps use a libraries computer to locate local professionals, and; instead of asking them for an interview, explain your situation and see what they suggest...
I would talk to a qualified psychologist to just to make sure that you're actually ill. I would suggest that you Google some doctors in your area and find one who will talk to you.
I think you have to be 18 to call one. I know you are saying your parents wont help but I would try your best to tell them and convince them that this is really serious and you need that professional help. I am 19 years old and fully capable of helping myself, and I had a problem , not as severe as your saying and I went straight to my parents even though I was very scared of my dad and what he would say. Your parents should not deny you of the help you need. Maybe you have grandparents or aunts and uncles you could talk to about it and have them say something to your parents since you dont think they will help, but in all honesty it should be you to tell them. You need a parent to call and set up for a psychologist until you are 18. I honestly wish you thebest of luck, I hope you find a solution to this and can get the help you really need.
Ok, so definitely talk to your grandma. And I dont know how much this will help but look at the bright side of things. dont look down upon yourself. Your a person and every person is made special. But try your best to just talk to your parents again. Show them you are reaching out to doctors and looking for help. Show them internet pages from google or something about doctors in your area. Write letters to them so they can read on paper how you feel.
Well seems to me you are going to have to take drastic measures. threaten them with emancipation if you have to. Parents should be more willing to help their kids... something just doesnt seem right with this scenario.
I think you should tell your parents. It might seem that they wont understand but they are your parents maybe you wont need a shrink. Also going to psychologist is expensive so you'll need money...you could contact your school counsellor to for help. You can also post a story or an anonymous confession here if you dont want to get it out int he open as yet, people will comment and you could reach a conclusion here. But sometimes you might face trolls who just say really stupid thinsg to real problems so yeah...<br />
hope you feel better soon.
Why can't you tell your parents?
You go to school? If you do I'm sure there is a counsellor/psychologist there you can talk to?
Or talk to your friends about it?
True true x
I am am a widower in my 80's but have had the same problem. I went to my GP and had a confidential talk with him and he got a psychologist for me, it saved me from doing anything silly. If you are in England I suggest that you do the same or maybe call Childline on 0800 1111. I am not trying to groom you or anything like that but if it would help, write to me. You probably can't believe that anyone else has your problem what ever it is, but there is always someone who has and can help - I know from experience.
Alan living near Salisbury, England.
First of all psychiatrist not physiologist. Second of all I am 14 as well and have depression and anxiety and couldn't find help in my parents and wanted to do the same. You can call a psychiatrist but he can not prescribe you anything without your parents being there.