if someone thinks they are being emotionally abused and decides to tell someone, like a school guidance counselor or a doctor, or their psychotherapist, what happens? if emotional abuse is happening in their home, from their mom and her husband, and their 14, what happens if they tell? its scary to think of the future in this kind of situation, abuse in a house hold is scary, but i think its too hard to tell someone, and i dont even know if i'll accept that its not my fault, and i dont know if i will believe that whats happening is emotional abuse. but i would just really like to know.
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