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  Kog_Hiro  |  17

To be completely honest, I don't know what the fuck happened with that comment. I have no excuse to why I put "if" in the place of the contractions: Could've and would've. That is entirely my fault.

  yahoowizard  |  16

Yeah, we really don't know both sides to the story. OP might be mentally breaking down and pulling a Beautiful Mind on us, and we'll end up supporting OP going to therapy later (sorry if you haven't seen it yet, but you really should have already)

  AmbrosiaWriter  |  17

That's completely and utterly incorrect. I had a friend who was very interested in Irish mythology and druidism (from a purely "I want to learn more about it" stand point) and her mother flipped on her and tried to force her into therapy.

No, just because someone thinks you need therapy (even if it's a parent) doesn't mean you do. The only person I would trust with offering me advice on if I need therapy is a psychologist or psychiatrist - no one else.

  ankoku  |  2

A therapist cannot help someone that does not want help. Combine this with the larger issue of parents generally using psychologists to pressure and manipulate children emotionally into obeying in order to make up for their lack of effective parenting and you end up with quite an issue indeed. A parent that deceives their child is also a bit of a sign to me that they might not know what's best.
FYL op.. FYL indeed!

  jonriise18  |  3

Slow down there. OP only said therapy. She's not sucking dick for crack yet. with the need of a large group of friends and family to pull her back from the edge and save her life. As far as we know anyway.....


There is some form of therapy for everyone. If you're lashing out at everyone around you and making everyone else's life hell, you shouldn't really get a choice in whether or not to go to therapy.

By  toelie  |  25

Tell the therapist what happened and apologise for your dad wasting their time. Unless you're in denial and really do have issues that require therapy. But even so, you'd have to be motivated to do something about it for any therapy to work.