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How do I deal with a younger sister turning into a rude person?
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RE: How do I deal with a younger sister turning into a rude person?
You are still here crying and complaining about her. You know she has troubles why wasting more time about her bullshit?

You are in your 30s you still care about these bullshit "mom said sister wants apology"?

If you want to help her bring her to a doctor. Otherwise cut her off. But KEEP IN MIND that since is not normal dealing with her will always bring troubles, as you can see.
11-22-2018 06:22 AM
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RE: How do I deal with a younger sister turning into a rude person?
(11-22-2018 06:22 AM)ìlikegirls Wrote:  You are still here crying and complaining about her. You know she has troubles why wasting more time about her bullshit?

You are in your 30s you still care about these bullshit "mom said sister wants apology"?

If you want to help her bring her to a doctor. Otherwise cut her off. But KEEP IN MIND that since is not normal dealing with her will always bring troubles, as you can see.

Ease up on the insults. Who are you trying to impress?

Also, my age has little to do with any of this. She's someone I've known for the majority of my life, not some thot that I picked up. By your logic a man in his 50's shouldn't care about his kids' problems because his kid is 25+ years younger.

Anyways, I'm done, we had a talk yesterday and made amends.
11-22-2018 02:24 PM
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RE: How do I deal with a younger sister turning into a rude person?
(11-22-2018 02:24 PM)tugofpeace Wrote:  
(11-22-2018 06:22 AM)ìlikegirls Wrote:  You are still here crying and complaining about her. You know she has troubles why wasting more time about her bullshit?

You are in your 30s you still care about these bullshit "mom said sister wants apology"?

If you want to help her bring her to a doctor. Otherwise cut her off. But KEEP IN MIND that since is not normal dealing with her will always bring troubles, as you can see.

Ease up on the insults. Who are you trying to impress?

Also, my age has little to do with any of this. She's someone I've known for the majority of my life, not some thot that I picked up. By your logic a man in his 50's shouldn't care about his kids' problems because his kid is 25+ years younger.

Anyways, I'm done, we had a talk yesterday and made amends.

What are my insults? You described your sister as a problematic person so saying she is it one insult?

Just trying to help, you are here complaining about her. People gave you advices you didn't listen and you are still here to write the same things. If you don't take action you will be still in the same situation the next year.

You have essentially two:

1) Continue to deal with her like you are doing knowing it will brings more and more troubles. If you choose this way you know how it is, so stand her bullshit without complaining. It is on your (psychological energy) expenses. You can try to help but helping someone who doesn't want to be helped can be more painful (for you).

2) Stop dealing with her, cut her off.


Both choices are hard and in both you take awareness she has troubles. As I wrote life isn't fair, so move on!

My comment about your age was about a man in his 30s shouldn't care about what mom says...... but that's me, do what you want to do.
(This post was last modified: 11-22-2018 03:33 PM by ìlikegirls.)
11-22-2018 03:30 PM
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