sometimes i feel so dysphoric that i hope that the pills i pop in my mouth wil help me stop feeling so bad about everything, i hate it, i hate that my dad cant except me and doesnt want to see and that my mom cant call me my chosen name or proper pronouns or that my sibling the ony time they talk to me is to insult me or something i do i hate it, i hate it
WE are sorry to hear your fmily is not accepting you. This is a difficult situation. As you understand your gender identity, you need support. Many families have difficulties undersatnding gender identity. Perhaps, with education, they will come to understand and accept you as the individual that you are. IN the meantime, you can begin to find support. http://transgender-michigan.blogspot.com/ http://ai.eecs.umich.edu/people/conway/ http://equalitymi.org/resources/local-organizations#statewide http://community.pflag.org/findachapter
Teryn, I know this is a tough time. And, at this moment, your family does not understand enough to support you. But, there are people that understand, people that accpet you as you are. COnnect with them. They will be your allies along this rough stretch. Know that everyone at the Trevor Project cares about you and your well being. WHen people are confronted with immense stress, the can become depressed and consider ending their lives. WIth eveyrthing that has transpired, you may be feeling some symptoms of depression. IF you ever feel you may act on suicidal thoughts, call 911 or get to an emergency room. Know you can always call the Trevor lifeline at 1-866-4-U-Trevor, 24 hours 7 days a week. The next time you feel overwhelmed, reach for the phone instead of the pill bottle. WE are just a phone call away.