For those of you who have been following my story lately, my son was comitted to the psych ward at a hospital that is 69 miles away. He has been trying to kill himself. He is only 12 years old. He says that he just doesn't want to be like his dad and if he is going to be like him, then it would be better if he were dead. I'm so new to all of this. What do I do now? I have done everything I know to protect him from his dad, but his dad is inside his head (as he is in mine too). How do you conquer that? Abuse sucks especially since the effects are felt over and over even when they are no longer happening.
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