A lot of my depression comes from being sexually abused when I was 9 years old and also from the feeling that I am insignificant in my family's eyes. I was in therapy on a weekly basis and recently I have opened up about my suicidal thoughts and about how I feel insignificant, screwed up, and worthless. My therapist recommended me to see a psychiatrist, and my mom was like "okay, i'll make the appointment" she seemed like she genuinely cared. That was months ago and she still hasn't made that appointment, I asked her about it and she said "let's deal with the important stuff first." (she was talking about daily things) Like getting me help was the last thing on her agenda. I've been able to last this long because of this guy I know and he has been so good to me but sometimes I feel this overwhelming feeling of depression that takes over and I think about suicide or drinking. I still get very scared and I don't know why. I guess my question is, how do I get my mom to see that I need the appointment? thanks for the advice & sry this ran long lol.
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