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So I finally got to see a therapist yesterday and I went with my mom. Getting back home she asked what did I tell the therapist, and I said I told her everyone mistreats me, except for two of my cousins. Unfortunately, she started crying, she cried all the way home and later at home too. I explained it to her that I didn't mean that everyone was mean all the time, I said most of the people really break my heart sometimes, or most of the times, but not all the time. Her mistreating of me is probably the worst, she left the house for her boyfriend, and has been neglecting me ever since I was born, more now that she is in a relationship. I told her I wouldn't apologize because it was the truth, and I was the one being mistreated, people should apologize to me. But later I hugged and kissed because I couldn't stand to see her being so upset. But I didn't apologize. When she said goodbye to me, she said that even though she gets mixed up sometimes, she loves me. I smiled, but I didn't say anything, as I'm uncomfortable with affection. She seems mostly over it, but I'm left wondering if I did the right thing. She asked me something, I told her the truth. I guess I should have said something else that I said instead of that. But in anyway, should I apologize?