... mother that I overdosed on medications that aren't even mine? Because now my sister is being blamed for the overdose when it wasn't even her fault
Firstly why did you take your sisters anti-depressants and why 7? You could've done yourself alot of harm and you should be seen by a doctor.
You'll have to admit to your mam that it was you,your sister is obviously on them for a reason and its not fair that she's getting blamed for overdosing.
You obviously have some things going on at the moment so you're going to have to find someone you trust and speak about how your feeling. We are here anytime to listen and give advice but you need to be honest with your mam and sister,try talk it out and tell them how you feel,could you do that?
I think the thing that you have to do (it will be the honest thing to do plus it will make you feel better in the long run) maybe not right at this time but taking responsibility for taking something that could have taken something very prescious away from a family that I am sure loves and cares for you. Also this also allows everyone to know that you are having problems that you just can't handle, maybe now you can begin to get the help that you need and have it done in the proper channels. please don't harm yourself, you have a family and they want you around don't leave them in a situation in which can't be reversed. Please let us know how you are doing, We do care
It is very important you tell your mom the truth! You also need to get some help and talk to someone. We are all here to listen, but you have to come clean with your family. You will find your family loves you and will do what they can to help you.Please don't try to hurt yourself anymore, we are all here because we have some kind of problem, talk to us. I'm here anytime.
I think the above posts say it pretty clearly: You need to own up to what you did and then you need to ask your parents to find a therapist or someone that you can talk with and get whatever's bothering you enough to take an overdose out into the open. I suggest you inform them about how you feel and that it was a strong enough feeling to make you do what you did. I would certainly be more concerned about your well-being than the "theft" of your sister's meds. Please do yourself a favor and talk with someone.
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