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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    I'm moving abroad, but my mother's still making me miserable

    I'm a 24-year-old female, who had to move in with my parents. I've been planning to move out abroad since I never liked my hometown and living with my parents has greatly reduced my social life.

    My plans are to move to the UK with a friend who lives there, get a job so I can help myself and my parents and finally start my adult life. Lately (and especially due to a conflict) my mother has been making me feel miserable. She despises and ridiculous the idea of my dreams, sometimes she calls me stuff and often tries to initiate more conflicts.

    From being excited for moving out, I'm now feeling depressed and doubting myself. I've planned my moving out well, but feeling like that really takes a toll on me. Any advice?
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