Our expert says:
You could disuss all this with a personal counsellor, who could help you to plan what else you could do which could be helpful for you and for your mother. She, too, could be helped by counselling, which she really deserves, but she may be reluctant to admit this at this stage. She may feel bad for having revealed to you something she feels ashamed of and a situation in which she maybe didn't behave ( for very understandbale reasons ) in the way she encouraged you to behave. Meantime, why not just sit calmly with her and tell her how much you love and respect her. And maybe mention that you are so concerned about what happened to her, and want to be helpful for her, but don't know how to do it.
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