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Carora10 posted:
[TRIGGER] I can't believe it. After a month I want to hurt myself again. I hate my life. My sister keeps telling me how awful I am and how she wishes I were dead and I agree. Please, I need some help.
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snowyowl33 responded:
(((((((Carora)))))))

Don't let your sister dictate who and what you are.....you are a unique person with talents and strengths of your own... if your sister is making you feel this way, perhaps staying away from her would be a positive step for you.....Don't agree with your sister, fight for who you are and get out there and live life to the fullest, you deserve it!! :)


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dem24 replied to snowyowl33's response:
you are not alone in the i hate my sister saga, my sister is 10 years younger then me, and she belittled me a,d always had to have the lasr word, my daughter and i have a hard relrionship because i did not stand up to my family, my old therapist fibally got me to see that i did not to accept that so now my sister is not part of my life,,you have to look wiyj in yourself to get the strengh to stand up to her, that will be yje only way it can get better


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