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Parental issues and dealing with boredom

chloeblue04
chloeblue04 Member Posts: 204 Courageous
Good Morning Cher

Last week was complicated and I don't want to talk about it but my mother is not only worried about my safety but she is still strict and uptight towards me. I've turned 29 years old  last month, 

I wanted to move out and to find a more safer, suitable accommodation where I can live independently. 

Anyway in my boredom, I am interested in visiting new places around the London and Croydon Borough except for Elephant and Castle which I thought is a dangerous place. 

I'm lonely and miserable,  I need to talk to somebody besides my mum and dad. I wanted to go to the park and  watch the children and their families have a good time at the fun fair but there's one huge problem; my mum. 

I need someone to help me in my desperation. 

Comments

  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 7,507 Scope online community team
    Hello @chloeknight16071992

    Welcome to the community, good to see you join us. 

    I'm sorry to hear about what you're going through at the minute, your living situation doesn't appear to be the best for your well-being. You don't have to talk about what has been going on at all, but just in case you do want to speak about anything you are always welcome to send us an email privately to [email protected] and we'd be happy to listen

    Have you explored the possibility of moving out? Is it something you've looked into at all and started planning for?

    Your mental health appears to be impacted by everything you're going through, understandably. Do you receive any support from a GP or other health professional to manage it?
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  • chloeblue04
    chloeblue04 Member Posts: 204 Courageous
    I will be happy to speak to anyone privately but don't worry I won't tell anyone. I mustn't say a word about this to my mum and dad. 
    I haven't explored the possibility of moving out and that's why I discussed with my sister, my friend and my boss. 
    No this is what will concern me for what I've looked into. 

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