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Wanting to disappear

Is it normal that my father gives me pats in the ass?
I understand that you may have concerns about certain behaviors that your father is engaging in. In order to provide a more accurate response, could you please clarify what you mean by "pats in the ass?" Specifically, are you referring to physical contact that makes you feel uncomfortable or violate your boundaries?
 
I understand that you may have concerns about certain behaviors that your father is engaging in. In order to provide a more accurate response, could you please clarify what you mean by "pats in the ass?" Specifically, are you referring to physical contact that makes you feel uncomfortable or violate your boundaries?
He touches my ass.
 
He touches my ass.
I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing this uncomfortable situation with your father. It's important to prioritize your safety and well-being. Inappropriate physical contact, such as touching your buttocks without your consent, is not acceptable and can be considered a form of sexual harassment or abuse.

I strongly encourage you to reach out to a trusted adult, such as a family member, teacher, counselor, or another responsible person, who can help support you and take appropriate action in addressing this situation. They can provide guidance, advocate for you, and help ensure your safety.

If you are in immediate danger or feel unsafe, please consider contacting the appropriate authorities in your area. Crisis organizations in your country can provide assistance and resources specifically tailored to your situation. I recommend searching online for crisis organizations in your country or area to access their contact information.

Remember, you are not alone, and there are people who can help you through this difficult situation. Please prioritize your well-being and reach out to a trusted adult or organization for support.
 
I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing this uncomfortable situation with your father. It's important to prioritize your safety and well-being. Inappropriate physical contact, such as touching your buttocks without your consent, is not acceptable and can be considered a form of sexual harassment or abuse.

I strongly encourage you to reach out to a trusted adult, such as a family member, teacher, counselor, or another responsible person, who can help support you and take appropriate action in addressing this situation. They can provide guidance, advocate for you, and help ensure your safety.

If you are in immediate danger or feel unsafe, please consider contacting the appropriate authorities in your area. Crisis organizations in your country can provide assistance and resources specifically tailored to your situation. I recommend searching online for crisis organizations in your country or area to access their contact information.

Remember, you are not alone, and there are people who can help you
My father ignores me as a punishment, he has been doing it for 3 days now. I feel like if i could't breath and I am really anxious because of that mother f*cker who I usually call as dad. Is that any kind of abuse? How can I cope with it? My next T session is om 2 weeks and I wanna cut myself again and I am also been self-medicating me ( but only with nicotine)
 
My father ignores me as a punishment, he has been doing it for 3 days now. I feel like if i could't breath and I am really anxious because of that mother f*cker who I usually call as dad. Is that any kind of abuse? He did it af
I'm really sorry to hear that you're going through this difficult situation with your father. Ignoring someone as a form of punishment can be emotionally abusive and can have a significant impact on your well-being and mental health.

Emotional abuse can take many forms, including ignoring, belittling, or manipulating someone, and it can have long-lasting effects on a person's self-esteem and emotional stability. It is important to recognize that you should not have to endure this kind of treatment from anyone, especially a parent.

I want to emphasize that you deserve to be treated with respect, kindness, and empathy. It may be helpful to seek support from a trusted adult, such as a family member, teacher, counselor, or another responsible person, who can help you navigate this situation and provide the support you need.

If you ever feel unsafe or in immediate danger, it's crucial to contact the appropriate authorities in your area. They can provide the necessary help and assistance.

Remember, you have the right to a safe and supportive environment. It might be helpful to reach out to a mental health professional who can provide guidance and support as you navigate this challenging situation.
 
I'm really sorry to hear that you're going through this difficult situation with your father. Ignoring someone as a form of punishment can be emotionally abusive and can have a significant impact on your well-being and mental health.

Emotional abuse can take many forms, including ignoring, belittling, or manipulating someone, and it can have long-lasting effects on a person's self-esteem and emotional stability. It is important to recognize that you should not have to endure this kind of treatment from anyone, especially a parent.

I want to emphasize that you deserve to be treated with respect, kindness, and empathy. It may be helpful to seek support from a trusted adult, such as a family member, teacher, counselor, or another responsible person, who can help you navigate this situation and provide the support you need.

If you ever feel unsafe or in immediate danger, it's crucial to contact the appropriate authorities in your area. They can provide the necessary help and assistance.

Remember, you have the right to a safe and supportive environment. It might be helpful to reach out to a mental health professional who can provide guidance and support as you navigate this challenging situation.
My father ignores me as a punishment, he has been doing it for 3 days now. I feel like if i could't breath and I am really anxious because of that mother f*cker who I usually call as dad. Is that any kind of abuse? How can I cope with it? My next T session is om 2 weeks and I wanna cut myself again and I am also been self-medicating me ( but only with nicotine)
 
My father ignores me as a punishment, he has been doing it for 3 days now. I feel like if i could't breath and I am really anxious because of that mother f*cker who I usually call as dad. Is that any kind of abuse? How can I cope with it? My next T session is om 2 weeks and I wanna cut myself again and I am also been self-medicating me ( but only with nicotine)
I'm really sorry to hear that you're feeling this way due to your father's behavior. Being ignored as a form of punishment can be emotionally distressing and can have a significant impact on your well-being. It's important to remember that you are not alone, and there are people who can support you through this difficult time.

The pattern of your father ignoring you for an extended period of time can be considered emotional abuse. Emotional abuse includes behaviors that undermine your self-worth, create fear, or erode your sense of self.

In terms of coping with this situation, it can be helpful to reach out to someone you trust, such as a family member, friend, or teacher, who can provide support and validation. Communication with a trusted adult who can intervene on your behalf may be important in addressing this issue.

It is concerning to hear that you're experiencing distress and have thoughts of self-harm. It's important to prioritize your safety and well-being. If you feel you are in immediate danger or cannot keep yourself safe, please reach out to emergency services or a crisis hotline in your region.

In the meantime, there are some coping strategies that may help you manage your distress. These include deep breathing exercises, grounding techniques, engaging in activities that bring you joy or relaxation, and seeking support from helplines in your country for immediate help.

Please remember that professional help from a therapist is crucial in situations like this. If your next therapy session is in two weeks and you feel that you need more immediate support, consider reaching out to your therapist to discuss the possibility of scheduling an earlier session or explore other resources that are available to you.

Take care of yourself, and remember that you are not alone in this. There are people who care and want to help you through this difficult time.
 
I'm really sorry to hear that you're feeling this way due to your father's behavior. Being ignored as a form of punishment can be emotionally distressing and can have a significant impact on your well-being. It's important to remember that you are not alone, and there are people who can support you through this difficult time.

The pattern of your father ignoring you for an extended period of time can be considered emotional abuse. Emotional abuse includes behaviors that undermine your self-worth, create fear, or erode your sense of self.

In terms of coping with this situation, it can be helpful to reach out to someone you trust, such as a family member, friend, or teacher, who can provide support and validation. Communication with a trusted adult who can intervene on your behalf may be important in addressing this issue.

It is concerning to hear that you're experiencing distress and have thoughts of self-harm. It's important to prioritize your safety and well-being. If you feel you are in immediate danger or cannot keep yourself safe, please reach out to emergency services or a crisis hotline in your region.

In the meantime, there are some coping strategies that may help you manage your distress. These include deep breathing exercises, grounding techniques, engaging in activities that bring you joy or relaxation, and seeking support from helplines in your country for immediate help.

Please remember that professional help from a therapist is crucial in situations like this. If your next therapy session is in two weeks and you feel that you need more immediate support, consider reaching out to your therapist to discuss the possibility of scheduling an earlier session or explore other resources that are available to you.

Take care of yourself, and remember that you are not alone in this. There are people who care and want to help you through this difficult time.
It's not the first time he does it, he didn't talk to me like in 4 days omce I remember, and this time it was because i tried to put on some boundaries and he told me I was overreactimg eventhoug I told him to stop like 13 times. I ended up screamimg and I almost had a panic attack. I was tellimg me it was stupid and I was exagerating all the time he tell me those thing. Am I really over reactimg?
 
It's not the first time he does it, he didn't talk to me like in 4 days omce I remember, and this time it was because i tried to put on some boundaries and he told me I was overreactimg eventhoug I told him to stop like 13 times. I ended up screamimg and I almost had a panic attack. I was tellimg me it was stupid and I was exagerating all the time he tell me those thing. Am I really over reactimg?
I'm sorry to hear that you've experienced this behavior from your father more than once. It's important to recognize that your feelings and reactions are valid, and you have the right to establish and communicate your boundaries. It is not an overreaction to assert your boundaries and ask someone to stop a behavior that makes you uncomfortable.

It's concerning that your father is dismissing your feelings and telling you that you are overreacting. Gaslighting and invalidation can be harmful and undermine your sense of self. It's important to remember that no one else gets to decide how you should feel or what constitutes an appropriate reaction for you.

It's understandable that these repeated incidents of being ignored and dismissed would lead to increased anxiety, panic, and self-doubt. Your feelings and experiences are valid, and it's important to prioritize your well-being.

It may be beneficial to explore this with your therapist in your upcoming session. They can help you navigate this situation, provide support, and work with you on developing coping strategies to manage anxiety and self-doubt.

In the meantime, it could be helpful to engage in self-care activities that you find soothing or grounding. This might include activities like deep breathing exercises, journaling, practicing mindfulness or meditation, engaging in hobbies, or seeking support from friends or other trusted individuals who can validate your experiences.

Remember, you deserve to be treated with respect, and your feelings are valid. Keep reaching out for support and advocating for your own well-being.
 
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