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By  GhostFox  |  33

If he keeps hitting on you and your mom keeps ignoring it and/or blaming you for him being a creepy asshole, go to your school's student counselor- they usually have training in how to deal with this type of home trouble. Or explain it to your friends and their parents and ask if you can couch surf until they break up or you can get your own place., but tell your mom which friend's house you're staying at for the night Good luck, hope things turn out.

By  Ifuckedthefeartu  |  29

Don't take the other commenters advice op. Any 15 year old who tries to "find their own place" by themselves ends up doing something illegal, addicted, or dead(eventually) just record the asshole doing it and confront your mom with it. If even that won't get the stupid itch to get her shit together, tell a counselor and try to move in with other family. Parents like that are scum

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By  GhostFox  |  33

If he keeps hitting on you and your mom keeps ignoring it and/or blaming you for him being a creepy asshole, go to your school's student counselor- they usually have training in how to deal with this type of home trouble. Or explain it to your friends and their parents and ask if you can couch surf until they break up or you can get your own place., but tell your mom which friend's house you're staying at for the night Good luck, hope things turn out.

By  Ifuckedthefeartu  |  29

Don't take the other commenters advice op. Any 15 year old who tries to "find their own place" by themselves ends up doing something illegal, addicted, or dead(eventually) just record the asshole doing it and confront your mom with it. If even that won't get the stupid itch to get her shit together, tell a counselor and try to move in with other family. Parents like that are scum

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  zinoxity  |  23

Not to mention that in a lot of parts of the world, it's illegal to leave home without parental consent until you're an adult, or if you're emancipated.

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  GhostFox  |  33

Gonna clarify- I don't mean getting a place of their own at age 15- I mean couch surf until they either get emancipated (which, the youngest age of eligibility is age 16 where I live) or turn 18. Anything they can do to stay out if the house, especially during the times their mother isn't there and the creeper is. And as long as their parents don't report them not being at their house and they spend a minimum amount of time there, they should be able to fly under the radar.

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  GhostFox  |  33

Not only did I suggest reporting it first, but getting enough evidence to stick takes time, and if whoever reports the mom's BF doesn't have enough evidence for it to stick, chances are high the guy will up his abuse from verbal harassment. Also, parents that don't believe their child saying that their partner is harassing/abusing them by their word usually don't believe video or audio recordings. It could even make things worse if the mother is ungrounded enough to blame OP and say they led him own to get false evidence.

By  Stormiesea  |  0

My best friend (We'll call her M) went through the same thing with her mom and her step-dad. For your saftey, please try to record him doing it and report it. With M he had told her he was in love with her since she was 13, qnd ended up trying to kiss her on her 18th birthday and when she told her mom she called the police and her Stepdad tried to attack her. Be safe, and please let us know how it goes.

By  Millidol  |  12

I'm with the majority here - record his advances; talk to school, talk to grandparents, aunts/uncles... any responsible adult you feel okay talking to. This is the road to rape; please change your path!

By  nymph0bia  |  18

Please don't wait any longer to speak up. My sister is almost 14 and the thought of her going through this boils my blood. Speak to your school counselor or a friend you can trust with something this sensitive, or said friend's parents. It is not ok for any man to cross that line with you regardless of who he is and what he means to your mom or anyone. Especially when you're so young, it's just disgusting. If nothing works and it continues you might wanna call 911 on him. Just remember you'd risk being taken away by child services. I wish you all the luck in the world, girlie! Stand tall and don't be afraid. ❤️

By  ainamina  |  0

record him and go to the police. my step dad started that shit with me when I was 6 and I waited till I was 16 to mention it to my mom and she didn't believe me. I woke up to him trying to have sex with me and she still didn't believe it until after he passed away from cancer (karma) for years and years he'd tell me how he's going to leave her and marry me and I didn't even want to be in the same room as him. if she doesn't believe you her loss. find another family member to live with. bring it up to your grandparents or aunts/uncles. don't wait until it escalates to anything worse.

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