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Devil of a sister (Rant) - June 25th 2009, 05:45 PM

My sister is so mean!! She would tease me and then lie to my mom about it. I talk to my mom and she says she will talk to my sister about it but she never does. My sister hates me and DO NOT say she doesn't because she absolutely does. She tells me and my mom that all the time. I cannot take it anymore!! She just makes me cry. I hate her for this. She treats me like crap and would treat a stranger better than she would treat me. My mom is also unfair as she would let my sister have friends over but not me.

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Re: Devil of a sister (Rant) - June 25th 2009, 06:24 PM

Heh, I have a younger sister (she's almost fifteen), and we argue quite a bit as well. For instance, in the past she has slapped herself in the arm several times until it went tomato-red and has actually told my parents that I was the one to hit her. =/

My advice to you would be to talk to your sister about it. I understand that might not be an easy thing to do but communication is key. I'm sure she doesn't hate you, despite what she says to your mom. Some people react very irrationally out of anger or other emotions, which may have caused her to say things that she really doesn't mean.

Perhaps she has said these things because she's worried that you hate her? If she's younger than you are, it is very likely that she looks up to you as an older sister. Maybe she feels like she's 'not good enough' for you or something, which is why she acts the way she does.

Really, I don't know because I don't know the specifics about what happened. All I'm saying is that talking to her about it could open your eyes up quite a bit. You may learn something very important about your sister that you didn't know before. Just food-for-thought.

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Re: Devil of a sister (Rant) - June 25th 2009, 08:43 PM


I'm sorry that your sister acts that way. It's not fair to you. Do you know why she would hate you? Jealousy? What is it that makes her act that way?

I think that you need to talk to your mother again and tell her how bad this hurts you and how much you can't take it and that she has to talk to her because it's not being fair to you!

Maybe your sister has some of her own issues that need to be worked out and she acts out in anger and resentment, I've seen it happen before. Communcation is key, here.

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Re: Devil of a sister (Rant) - June 28th 2009, 12:47 AM

Hey Chloe,

There must be some rule book out there that says little sister must be nasty There are a lot of people, including myself, that are in exactly the same boat! Don't worry about ranting about this. It's a common problem, and a difficult one to solve.

I think the best thing to do is to plan a time with your mom to talk with your sister. You can choose whether or not you want to be there when your mom talks with her or not. If you are there, then you can try to initiate the conversation by saying something like, "Mom, didn't you say you were going to talk to *your sister's name* about what's been going on?". That way you can get her involved.

This is really something your parents should deal with. Younger sisters tend to have a tendency not to listen to older siblings for some reason, so it's up to your parents to lay down the rules.

Also, you should ask your parents why you are not allowed to have friends over. It seems unfair that they would allow your sister's friends but not yours. Maybe there is a reason, or maybe it's just bad timing.

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