Favortism? Emotional neglect? HELP?

Okay, so I’m 16 years old. My mom hates me. There’s no “tough love” kind of thing about it.

Recently my best friend moved in with me. And my mom’s stopped being as mean to me because my friends here and I guess she just doesn’t want my friend to see anything suspious and tell. Anyways, so my mom cares more about my sister then she does me. She’s always bragging to everyone about my sister graduating high school this year and how she has her first job (she’s 17), buying her stuff all the time, giving her money anytime she goes out (even though she has a bunch of money from her job), etc. And my mom doesn’t do any of that for me. Whenever I go somewhere with some friends (a restraunt or something), she never gives me money. By the way, I have no job. I’m 16, (February 12th is my birthday), I’ve applied at a lot of places here in SC that I’m able to apply at (because of my age), and I call and check up my applications, and I never can seem to get a job. Well when my sister got her first job (a couple of weeks ago), my mom took her out and bought her a couple of pairs of pants for work. Please note, my sister already has like $2 and something dollars she’s had for about half of a year, she never has to spend it because my mom always gives her money and pays for all of her stuff. Anyways, so my mom bought my sister a couple of pairs of pants and my sister DID NOT even wear those to work. My sister asked me if she could wear my only pair of black jeans and I said no, because she always messes up my clothes whenever she wears them (bubble gum in my jacket she wore, stain in one of my white shirts, mesturated in one of my pairs of jeans, etc), well she went and got my mom. My mom asked me if she could wear them and I said no and told her why. Well my mom gets mad at me and makes a big deal about it, so I have to let her wear them (even though I bought them with my own money). Well my sister ended up taking her pants back to Kohl’s where she got them from and got some more, well she didn’t even wear those. She ended up wearing mine once again. Well that day when she got home she text me and told me that she got a hole in my pants and it was really little. Well she comes home and I see the hole and it’s pretty big. Well my mom gets mad because I told my sister that she couldn’t wear those pants anymore. I wanna get a lock for my closest because she’s always messing up my clothes, and I have to pay for those with my own money, and I rarely get money. Also, I have to pay for all of my nesscesities; shampoo, conditioners, hairspray, lotion, tampons, etc.

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Also, my friend that lives here sees how bad I get treated, and it didn’t just start. It’s been like this from the very beginning. My mom even told me, in front of my friend, that when I was a baby (before I could even crawl), they would lock me in a closest because I was mean.. -.-

What should I do? Apparently there’s no emancipation laws in South Carolina and I can’t live until I’m 17 next year.

Also, I can’t go anywhere for a while because she gets mad whenever I asks and says I go somewhere every weekend even though the last time I went somewhere was over a month ago.

Another thing, I can’t talk to my mom about it because she doesn’t see where anythings wrong. I see it as emotional neglect because it’s making me so depressed to the point where I just hate life, and never wanna wake up to start the day.

Any help?


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  • Sorry to hear that ashley feel bad deep inside.

    1step don’t loose your cool 2.talk 2 your conselor in school or teacher or social worker3. Talk 2 your family n friend’s about the sitution your facing.4.ask 4 legal laws in every state is diffrent so asking a law enfoercment may tell u what laws apply against her.5. Asking law enforcement where u be living and things like this.

    Source(s): Life experience hope everything works out well
    4 any reason txt me back ashley not alone kk:)00

  • talk to your school counselor about your post above -include your mother in the conversation & discuss plans for the rest of your childhood.

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