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Need some space.. - July 24th 2013, 06:25 AM

Ughh, I'm practically being smothered!! My parents are constantly on me about my homework, cleaning the house, and my behaviour. My friend hardly ever leaves me alone... Which WOULD be good, but she drives me nuts!! She laughs when I get hurt, which is okay - to a point... She acts like I'm stupid when I get something wrong, she makes messes in my room or house that I get yelled at for by my parents, she brags about being better at stuff I can't do and says 'I've always been good at it, it's easy' and stuff like that, the list goes on... Then when I slip up once and say something rude or hurt her she walks off and gets all pissed and upset. Often while adding in something that angers me further such as 'don't go all physco!' or 'jeez you dont need to have a spaz attack!'. My classmates are arrogant, stupid, IDIOTS. They think they're all that and so popular... But I'd rather associate with monkeys... They're polite and shit to my face, but I slip up once and they all go against me... And when they ask me about myself, as soon as they get an answer they dont like (basically anything about me) they look at eachother like 'what a crazy bitch'... The boys pick on me after school, but that's ok... They're really stupid, which makes it easy to prove them wrong.

Ok I know what you're thinking, I'm badmouthing everyone... That's just how you can tell that I need space... Help?



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Re: Need some space.. - July 26th 2013, 02:10 PM

Hey there! I understand where you're coming from. Have you tried sitting them down and telling them how you feel about the way they treat you? I would think if you sat them down and had a serious conversation about this with them that it might help. If your friends still won't change and still treat you that bad then are they really your "friends" at all?
   
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Re: Need some space.. - July 26th 2013, 11:43 PM

Welcome to your Teen Years! This will continue to happen throughout the next 6 years - however you will also have to deal with: losing friends, losing love, broken hearts, damaged relationships, and tragic events Then, new friendships, new love, a whole full heart, and happy events. It's a vicious circle of good, and bad, hurt and sad, love and hate. My point is: while it seems like alot of bad is going on right now, it will soon pass. If you need space, communication is key. Without communication, all will fail (read this article: it may help). So tell your parents how you feel, but in a calm and responsible way. Tell your friend(s) that alot is going on right now and you need a getaway for a few days. You have a voice, use it.

Take care of yourself, my friend.


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