Yes, I am dropping the "wounded" part of your name.
Though you may have been wouned in the past, you are showing how strong a person you are.
Moving stinks, espeically when you have done it several times in as many days. But your latest moves have been moves in the right direction. You are moving out of unhealthy environments into safer environments. Now that you are physically safe you can start to address your medical and emotional issues.
Even though you are 19, your brothers could have found a way to commit you, even if it was for a 48 hour hold. Doing this voluntarily is much better than having yourself dragged to a mental hospital. I used to work at one.
I know you feel awkward being at your brother's, but take a little time to catch your breath and get your medical status stabilized. You cannot help yourself if you are not physically well, nor can you adequately look after your son if you are so weak you are on the verge of passing out.
If you are up to it, come into chat for support and friendship. Even if you don't have anything to say, being around guys who "get it" can be uplifting. The discussions in chat aren't always about abuse, nor do they have to be. Talk about anything that is on your mind. Being with others helps to alleviate the isolation and depression.
We also have moderated chats called Healing Circles.
They meet on Sunday and Wednesday evenings at 9pm eastern time and one on Tuesday at 19:00 UTC (European and African time zone). If you would like information about the latter, please contact Mike13.
Again, there is no pressure to participate in the Healing Circle, you can come and observe. If you feel like participating, great. If not, that is good, too. Everything here is at your pace and your comfort level.
I am glad you are in a safe place and that you have supportive brothers (and your sister-in-law).
Be gentle and kind to yourself.