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Unhappy it's over - October 18th 2014, 12:45 PM

Can someone kill me please just please kill me my parents always shout at me for no reason please kill me I hate my life
   
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Re: it's over - October 18th 2014, 04:27 PM

Hi there,

I moved your thread to Friends and Family because I think it fits better here.

Maybe you can sit down with your parents and explain that you don't like it when you are yelled at and perhaps they could come up with something else to enforce what they're saying besides yelling. Maybe you could make a deal that if they don't yell, you have to do something such as your chores.

If this continues to bother you I suggest talking to someone you trust about your feelings so you can healthily release them. It's important for you to cope with these feelings so they are not locked inside as that is unhealthy and damaging in the long run. Here is a list of who you could confide in.

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Re: it's over - October 19th 2014, 12:13 AM

Hey there,

I am sorry you are having such a tough time right now. I know it can be difficult when you are fighting with your parents all the time but I want you to know that it will get better. Do you think that you could sit down with your parents at a time when things are generally mellow and discuss with them how their yelling makes you feel? Sometimes parents don't realize how their behavior impacts their children but if you were to sit down with them and try and have a nice conversation with them about it you might be able to get through to them about it.

What are your guys arguments about? Is it about grades? Your friends? Your chores? Maybe if you guys could try to work on resolving the issues underlying the arguments there would be less arguing and you could work on bettering your relationship.

If things don't improve at home it might help if you talked to another trusted adult about the things that are going on such as a teacher or a counselor. I know reaching out to other people can be really hard to do but in the end it might prove to be beneficial and it might give you a new perspective on everything that is going on.

I hope that this helped and I am wishing you the best of luck.


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Re: it's over - October 22nd 2014, 07:21 AM

hi thereee

try talking to your parents about it because it's no good to always be shouted at for no reason. I get the feeling that they do that more often when they're in a bad mood. Is there any noticeable catalyst that causes them to act that way? or do they just do it because they feel like it? I don't think you deserve to be treated that way because you deserve to be happy. Your family is supposed to be your solace and a place where you can relax without fearing anything. Also, one more thing to keep in mind. When people are mad... they tend to say things that they don't actually mean. The same applies to parents. Parents who're used to the tough love method sorta don't really watch their words and their tone, and that can result in unpleasant conversations. But i think that it's just their way of showing their affection. Some of them do carry it way too far, though.

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