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Why does she think you're cheating? I would talk to her - try for a time when she's not too busy or distracted, and when it's just you two around. Find out why she thinks you're cheating - there might be something she's seeing about your actions that she's misconstruing. As for getting her to stop believing it - well, you can't MAKE anyone stop (or start) believing anything. By all means, talk to her, but don't be surprised if you don't change her opinion. (I'm going to assume that you're not actually cheating. If you are....then I can't really help you, either.)
there must some reasons...and it is your duty (not your mom's) to bring things into light. if you have faith and are not guilty, you will win...sooner or later...Thanksbabysitting rates
there is clearly a reason that your mom believes this. have you done something to make her feel like this, or has she seen you do something you shouldn't have? talk to her about it. and like the previous poster stated, if in fact, you are cheating, then no one can help you.