When i go certain places or far away I get physically sick and start throwing up. My family doesn't really understand that. I live the closest to my mom but still it's an hour or so away. My family thinks I should always io to see her. A few years ago she was diagnosed with caner and although I couldn't be there with her I called often and sent cared. My family even my mom tells me I should have came to see her. How can I help them understand what is wrong with me. This upsets me a lot. If I did well far away from home I would have been there in a instant. In 1994 when my mom was in a car accident I was able to gp far away and stayed with my mom for a week after she got out of the hospital and took care of her. They should understand I will do what I can and that I love my mom so much.
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