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My son hates me!
Honestly I'm at serious breaking point! Help!
We’re so grateful to have you reach out to our community tonight and are so sorry to hear about what you’ve been going through. It sounds like you have been struggling at home and with your sons challenging behavior. it must be a really difficult time. We hope that you find our forums to be a safe, supportive, and inclusive space to talk through your thoughts and feelings. Our community is here for you and we're sure that our members will relate to these feelings and hopefully some of them will pop by to offer you words of wisdom and kindness.
Given what you have posted, it might be an idea to also call for some further supports for yourself, which are listed below.
beyondblue Support Service – 1300 22 4636 or web chat or email available at www.beyondblue.org.au/getsupport
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Child protection can be a great resource for family’s who are struggling and need support and guidance.
Keep checking in to let us know how you’re going, whenever you feel up to it.
hi and welcome to beyond blue.
I cannot imagine what you would be going through on a daily basis with your son and his behaviour. I can only say I have heard stories from my mother who the volunteered at a local school and there were kids in grade 3 who used that language. And you are also being everything to your children. So part of me wants to acknowledge what to do, but also to write here about what is going on in your home. Raising children is difficult enough the added pressure you would be feeling.
Another like you might be able to check out is...
My only suggestion would be to talk to contact one of groups that Sophie_M mentioned or parentline (they have different numbers for each state) for advice on what to do.
You do need help. And don't feel bad about that in the slightest. They say it takes a village, and it's true! As a fellow single mum, I completely empathise with you.
Sophie and smallwolf have given you some numbers to call for support. You could also speak to your GP about a referral to a child psychologist to find out what's going on for your lad. You don't have to deal with this alone. There's help out there.
Please let us know how you get on, and if you want to chat more. We're listening.