Often Fantasizing Too Much?
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I understand you feel uncomfortable with your stepmother. Stepmother might indeed not be able to replace your biological mother. You may feel you do not need your stepmother, but try to look again, your father and younger siblings may really need your stepmother. As a sister, you should be wiser for your younger siblings. Try to remember, when you and your little sister, your stepmother helped your father take care of you and your sister. You need to re-evaluate, what's your real stepmother or yourself. Dig deeper into why you often disobey your stepmother. If there is something that you don't like about your stepmother, try communicating this well with her. If it is difficult, you can try to ask for adult help as a mediator, for example your teacher or religious leader near your home. Avoid asking your father or grandmother as a mediator because they might be subjective in dealing with this problem.
Try discussing with your stepmother about what you want and what you don't like. He may indeed not understand you, not not want to understand. If you establish communication well, it is hoped that your stepmother can behave better, as you wish. In addition, you also need to hear, what is the problem for your stepmother about you. You need to learn to accept your stepmother and slowly think of it as your mother. Regarding your stepmother as a mother does not mean forgetting your birth mother. To consider your stepmother to be a mother means that you respect her and treat her like your own birth mother. As a sister, you should be a good example for your younger siblings.
"Escaping" from real life and turning to an imaginary world is a way of protecting the mind that is not normal. This should not be left alone because it can cause you to experience disturbances in your mind. If this has disrupted your activities or sleep, you need to see a psychiatrist immediately. Ask your stepfather or stepmother to see a psychiatrist. Explain and give them an understanding of how this began and how this really annoys you. The psychiatrist will examine your condition and provide appropriate therapy. If necessary, your psychiatrist may also talk to your parents so they can help you well in dealing with this problem.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.