lately my sister had been wetting the bed at night and she's 11, i'm really worried about her. she admitted that the kids in her class say things like, "God, Dominiquue, just go slit your wrists, your so fucking emo." i honestly love my sister and i hate to see her go through the same things that i have and still go through. i dont know how to help her. i'm planning on calling her school, but i'm not sure if they'll listen to me since i'm only 13, but something has to be done. i mean, people dont understand how hard her life has been. i've basically been her mother these last few years, and i can raise her and myself at the same time. she started taking excessive pain pills and she's cut, too, and i dont want her to end up like me. if you have any advice on how i can reach out to her, please feel free to message me, or reply to this. i really cant stand to see my best friend in the whole, wide world fall into the same pattern that i have been in since about her age. thanks.
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