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Unhappy On the brink of breaking. - July 31st 2009, 05:22 AM

I'm a middle child out of my two sisters, and I never really did get any attention as they did. I came along long enough to realize that, that has made me a better person (morally speaking, that is). I never asked for much, and I'm always striving for high standards.

The thing is, my parents lost some money in their wallet and of course.. they think I stole from them. (And this isn't the first time it's happened.) I don't have a close relationship with my parents. (They don't even know when my birthday is, or how old I am. That kind of relationship) I've never bothered them that much, but they are really accusing me of stealing from them. I didn't do it, and I never thought of doing anything like that.

I'm always trying to hang out with my friends, which is an issue as well. I'm a girl, and I pretty much hang out with more guys than girls. (for dramatic reasons) I go out with my boyfriend from time to time, and I never tell my parents who I'm really with or what I'm really doing because they are the judge mental type and they wouldn't approve of any of this.

It seems like they hate me and I want to change that. I've told them how I felt about everything, but its like they don't even hear me. Their opinions always seem to overpower mine, and I can't do anything. I'm starting to think that I should just run away. Away from all the hate they're putting on me.

I'm in desperate need for help, please help me.

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Re: On the brink of breaking. - July 31st 2009, 04:54 PM

I think that if you are convinced that they hate you, you should see someone (teacher, counselor, other parent etc,) and tell them about you. Not knowing your birthday or how old you are could be termed as neglect and that could drive them to fixing that problem.
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