Our expert says:
It's obviously wrong for anyone to abuse another person. But you seem to be describing a single incident, in the course of an argument, not repeated over 8 months. Expecting an apology is understandbale, but not necessarily realistic. Have you discussed this incident and your feelings about it, with your mom ? And let her know that you feel that she ignored your feelings for the sake of pleasing him, and that this is hurtful to you.
But also, remaining so angry about it is not helping you and not improving the situation.
Lois_Lane is right about the most useful way to phrase your concerns --- not to imply that he hurt you, which he may deny, but to speak of how what he did made you feel --- you're the world expert in how you feel.
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