My mom is really sick... Hemocromatosis(or something like that)... along with other things that I can't her to talk to me about. but thats not the issue. The issue is her being sick is being held over my head. I'm treated like a slave, "get this, and do that, go here and go there, bring me this and go do that" I really can't take it anymore. It's affecting my schoolwork. It's affecting my relationship with my boyfriend. It's affect my barely existing social life. But if I try to say no to her I get taken on some guilt trip.. "Oh, I'm sick and you're going to give me attitude when I ask you to do something". I mean as a child I was given a lot of responsiblity and I became a very independant person only I was independant for everyone else... I do whatever I'm told and I do it by myself with no help. But when it comes to me I can't do anything for myself. I can't even find time for me to work out or do homework half the time... I don't know what to do.... I want to leave and move out but my financial situation is really tight right now and I don't think I'll be able to move out until months from now... if not longer... I just don't know how to deal with this
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