Before things get worse you need to talk to someone because your mother needs help. It's a hard and scary thing to do, but if you are still in school you need to go talk to your guidance counselor about what resources are availiable. They should be able to assist you in getting information about how to help your mother. If your not still in school you can contact your local hospital, or even just check online if there are mental health services in your area. Most at least have someone there to answer a phone for you to ask questions. But please contact someone before your situation gets any worse! Best of luck.View Thread
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