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Unhappy My Little Brother Is Acting Really Weird - August 7th 2015, 11:03 AM

Hi guys,
I'm asking for advice because my little 10 year old brother has really been playing up. Tomorrow he's going to Sydney with his big sister (who he adores) to see an anime convention and a movie. I can't come because I'm sick and my mum asked me if I wanted her to keep him home. I said no.
So anyway, he's been doing some really strange and hurtful things. First of all, he's been drawing on the table in the lounge room with pen. Another time, he let my dog out and she ran across the road (nearly being run over) into the bush. He also breaks my stuff and the other day he deleted this comic book I had to make for school. It had taken me around 345 hours altogether, it was a huge project and I spent months on it. About an hour ago, he burnt my $100 dollar note in our fire and I'm so upset with him that I haven't been talking at all to him. He's also been really lazy and doesn't do anything around the house; the other day we found rotten oranges in his bag. He seems to live for computer games and dragon ball Z, that's the only time he enjoys himself. He cries all the time when he doesn't get what he wants. He lives a very happy life and only has a few jobs to do. He's a very sensitive person, I don't understand why he's started to do these things. Please help
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Re: My Little Brother Is Acting Really Weird - August 7th 2015, 07:38 PM

Hi there,

I'm sorry your brother is acting this way toward you. I would be really frustrated if someone treated me that way. For your project - you might be able to restore your computer to its default settings or to the way your computer was the last time it saved its settings. You might still be able to get your project if you're lucky.

How old is your brother? From what you've written it sounds like he's younger and he's acting out for some reason. He needs to know that there's consequences to his actions. He can't act like this and expect to get away with it. I suggest talking to your mom and explaining what he's done to your stuff. Perhaps you can let her know that he needs to be taught about consequences and see if she can maybe come up with a punishment.

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