my daughter is twelve,just turned twelve, last night,we were walking,and there was a kid outside her house, it looked like she was locked out,i called to the kid and offered my cell phone,if she needed help. well my daughter got angry at me,started yelling at me about how i embrarresed her,so i said she has anger issues, and then she came up with 'well you have mental illness', which i do suffer from depression, caused by pain and sexual abuse,we got into a big fight, i felt so betrayed by her,sometimes i just want to send her to boarding school or to a relative i trust.she's really different,i try to do things to help her,but it seems no matter what i do,i can't make things better. she's very ancious about the comeing school year,alot of worries about the other kids,and friendships,we used to be so close, now she seems so distant,i;m so worried about her. she also is not eating enough,and really focused on weight.i try not to say things like, why don't you go live with your father, stuff like that,cause i know it's wrong,but sometimes i feel so sad,when she is always angry at me.
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