My two brothers are both younger than me (13 and 11) and all three of us have been diagnosed with AD/HD and I'm pretty sure the 11-year-old is bipolar. So we're all put on medication, right? Yeah. I secretly don't take mine and have been for over five months now. In that time my mother's said "I can see a difference without your medicine" and stuff like that. I just want to roll my eyes. But I had to take a psych eval because I'm on probation (disturbing the peace, if you care) and she had to answer some questions about my AD/HD and even she noticed that I don't really have the traits of a kid with AD/HD. Maybe she's finally starting to realize that it's all me.
I'm waiting for the right time to tell her that I don't take my medication, or I'll do it when I'm taken off of it. She said it might happen. Anyway, my two brothers. My 13-year-old brother does need to be on medicine. I'm 99% positive that he isn't an indigo or anything, just AD/HD. I can kinda tell because his medicine actually helps him calm down and stuff. There's little difference with me and my other brother.
My 11-year-old brother, on the other hand, is the crazy psycho one. Not me. He gets angry at the smallest things. He swears all the time, insults people, and then expects them to not insult him back! If you do, he gets pissed. He talks a lot, if you tell him to be quiet, he'll say, "Just shut up, b***h." And his medicine really doesn't help. He says he can see colors around people usually. So he's possibly psychic, very hot-headed, self-centered and selfish, and very, very loud and talkative. Hyper, too. And the medication doesn't work.
Did I mention both brothers are absolutely helpless?
This is where I'm asking for help. I always tell my mother how she should do things, but she says, "Let me be the mother, not you." She doesn't understand. I know how it should be done. I'm an Old Soul. I just know. It's common sense. Why can't she see it? Not to mention that I'm also a cat therian, and an indigo, and a lightworker, and whatever else I happen to be. We're pretty special cases. If you don't do it right, we'll grow up to be serial killers. I can tell she's a fairly new soul, with a little experience with children. Obviously we're all a test for her. She's failing it.
She always complains about doing everything, but she doesn't make us do it! She cooks all the food for my brothers, but expects me to do it by myself because I generally do anyway. I'm just an independent person. One time she was going to cook Zach's food (the 13-year-old) and I wanted her to cook something for me, and she's like, "No Kasey. You're 13. Cook it yourself." I proceeded to exclaim that it was Zach who's 13, not me! She still made me do it in the end.
Anybody got any advice? I want to make my mom listen to me on how to really parent us before it's really too late. She can't just take advice from other mothers because we're different. She always gets mad when I'm right and snaps at me to let her be the mother. She knows what's best for us. Nothing gets me more pissed off than "We know better for you." Obviously if you're shoving medicine down my throat, I'm the one who knows best. She can't understand what it's like to risk losing that animal part of you. To lose part of yourself. I cried in my closet until my mom threatened to call the police on me because I didn't want to lose touch with her. Magick and her is everything to me. Can anybody relate?
Any advice is awesome, and we're dealing with a person who always gets mad when I'm right. I'm not saying that to be arrogant or anything, either. Thanks in advance, anyway.