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My Mom

By July 1, 2024No Comments

My mom thinks I like seeing her drunk but I don’t what do I do?




  • You seem to be experiencing some rather frustrating and challenging times.  Firstly, thank you so much for reaching out to the TeenCentral community—we are happy you are here.  Connecting with us is an amazing way to advocate for yourself and hopefully gather tools that can help you improve your situation!


  • Is there anyone directly in your life you could talk to about the things you’re going through or how you’re feeling? This could be someone you haven’t tried talking to before- someone like a trusted teacher, coach, or close family friend/family member. Just being able to confide in someone and express your situation and feelings can help make you feel better and get more people supporting you towards positive changes.


  • If for any reason you are ever feeling unsafe with yourself or like there’s no one to talk to about how you feel, please reach out to the Suicide Prevention Lifeline. They are available 24 hours a day at 1-800-273-8255 or  You can also text “Hello” to 741-741 if that’s more comfortable.  Help is literally a text away.



  • In our “Tools” section, there are some very helpful exercises that might work for you such as the conflict conversation organizer. This can help you organize your thoughts and feelings and also gives you an area to write a letter to the person you’re struggling with.  This might be a good way to communicate your feelings to your mom.


  • From our home page you can access a bunch of articles. Some of these might be helpful to your situation including one on family and a section on substance abuse including alcohol.  This info can be helpful in educating us and giving us more tools to communicate with.


  • GET OUTSIDE / NATURE—Being outside is so important for the mind, body, and spirit. Going to parks, pools, or riding bikes with friends are all great ways to relax and have fun as well as get some space from home pressures.