Through several psychology and self-improvement readings I recently made discoveries that part of the reason I have this problem is because I am an adult child who has emotionally immature parents. I highly recommend the participants of this community to read the following book: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23129659-adult-children-of-emotionally-immature-parents The author explain how we cope with this family dynamic and it is categorized by people who internalize (these people tend to read the book thoroughly) and externalize (PMO). In my scenario I tend to do both, I PMO every time I am denied by my parent of my raw emotions but when I go on a streak I enjoy my life but I tend to play a different role as the books discusses which ultimately ruins my self esteem because my parents cannot accept me for who I am thus leading to PMO. I personally have told them that I feel mentally unhealthy in the family environment and they both asked why, I responded with because my feelings are not respected. They blamed me for the problem. After reading this book, I finally got the guts to stand up to them and told them that I plan on moving out as soon as possible and am taking a leave of absence from college. Sadly, I think personally terminating the relationship I have with my parents is the only way of resolving this issue. I notice everytime I leave the house and go out of town I tend to make healthier choices. Although, this is not a solution for everyone I definetly can see it for some people. I watched a movie called discussing Thanks For Sharing and one of the characters who deals with PMO addiction had to terminate his relationship with his mother. There is light at the end of the tunnel.