fire fox said:thank you for caring :) I will check out kids help line
Dear fire fox, I'm so sorry about what you're going through, it's not right and I'm glad you know this and have reached out for support. It's a very brave thing you've done and I commend you on this.
If violence starts you can phone 000 anonymously, just answer the questions they ask and tell them you can't say your name. If your dad is hurting your mum in this way then he's breaking the Law.
If you are being sexually assaulted then the offender is breaking the Law. At any time you can report this. If it's still happening then I urge you to report this asap. This should never have happened and I really want you to get ALL the support you can.
You can even phone your local Police Station and ask to speak with a Police Social Worker, every one we've spoken to has been FANTASTIC and really understands things that others may not.
I know your dad won't let you see a Counsellor but you can join Headspace and chat with them via webchat on a laptop. This great place helps youth from approximately 12 years old through to 25 years old and can support you in so many ways throughout this entire time and even beyond.
You mum can speak to your local Women's Health Centre and maybe enrol in a course for women in domestic violence marriages.
I hope you can get a private moment to talk with your mum, but you can go ahead and get ALL the support that YOU need immediately.
You AND your mum really need people on YOUR side right now. The support can begin more as soon as someone takes the next step. I'm sorry it seems to be falling on your shoulders but if you can reach out then I hope you get an Advocate for you and your mum.
Big hugs in this awful time. I hope you get some great people IRL there to help stop what's happening. We will always be here for you no matter what happens.