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Antipsychotics can help.
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How do I stop my mum from being a controlling, ignorant cow?
Oh I thought you were talking about actual psychosis. I dunno. Maybe try not using a serious symptom of mental illness as a derogatory term for your mum? :dontknow:
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When I say controlling, I don't say it lightly. She has issues.
Psychosis =/= controlling.
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When I say controlling, I don't say it lightly. She has issues.
Potential narcissism isn't the same as psychosis. Psychosis is an entirely different thing.

Look up "narcissistic mothers" - you might see it rings true to your mothers behaviour. Also the subreddit called raisedbynarcissists might be of help to you in feeling less alone.

And re: advice? If she truly is as controlling as you say she is, then when you're able to, get far away. Narcissistic parents are toxic.
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