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If you are being verbally and mentally abused can you go somewhere to get help if you are under the age of 16?

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2007-06-05 05:50:01
2007-06-05 05:50:01

You should go talk to your school counselor and see if she knows someone but talk to her in confidence and ask her for somewhere you can go to get help and maybe she can help you The above is a good source, but you can also go to Mental Health for help. I had an anger problem in my teens (fought like a boy) and like you realized it was my problem and needed to be fixed, so I went to Mental Health and got some great help from a wonderful counselor. It was well worth it and now it takes a lot to get me mad. You should be proud of yourself for admitting you have anger issues and that's one big step to full recovery! Proud of you!

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