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Ok so this problem has been going on for a while but has been on and off. So when it is “on”, my mum always starts moving stuff around e.g. placing photos in different positions. Because she keeps doing this, she seems to lose stuff and forgets where she put them then assumes that someone has stolen it. Then when it’s found she says nothing. She also argues a lot with my sibling and dad and when my dad goes out or my sister she gets extremely suspicious asking where you’re at. She says to my dad when he leaves and comes back “you’re with other women” and even has said to my sister “ you’re f*cking guys” This was a long time ago but now these problems have came back. This tends to happen when there is a death in our family who was close to my mother such as my uncle who passed away 2 years ago. Also, my auntie passed away a month ago so i am guessing it’s because of this. Before these problems happened, she was saying she was depressed and Me, my dad and sibling have went to the doctors when this happened before around 2 years ago and they said it’s not serious enough for a hospital appointment. Any advice what mental problem this is?
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I'm not sure what problem this is, but that's not really the important thing in this situation. Have you spoken to people about this irl? I think that might help you and they can give you better advice than most people on here. I hope everything gets sorted and u find some help because that sounds like a horrible situation to have to be in. There's a lot of organisations you can go to for help as well, not sure if they'll be of any use to you but I'll leave some links:
https://www.childline.org.uk/get-sup...unsellor-chat/
https://www.samaritans.org/
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(Original post by ririroo)
I'm not sure what problem this is, but that's not really the important thing in this situation. Have you spoken to people about this irl? I think that might help you and they can give you better advice than most people on here. I hope everything gets sorted and u find some help because that sounds like a horrible situation to have to be in. There's a lot of organisations you can go to for help as well, not sure if they'll be of any use to you but I'll leave some links:
https://www.childline.org.uk/get-sup...unsellor-chat/
https://www.samaritans.org/
May try to counsellor chat and get some advice from them but I don’t want them phoning me or stuff like that
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The counsellor chat is completely online and you just type to each other, no phoning or anything and all as anonymous as you want it to be
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May try to counsellor chat and get some advice from them but I don’t want them phoning me or stuff like that
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