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post #11 of 31 Old 10-03-2012, 09:32 AM
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No she didn't .. what she made our business is that she is unhappy with the noise.. and her sister and her kid ...
And that her sister is a lazy asshat, and she hates her and her kids. Did you not read the same post I did?

She just oozes scorn for her sister and yet she's still living at home with Mom, too. In fact, she stated her only real motivation for leaving was because she can't stand her sister and the kids. I guess if they didn't live there she'd be happy to stay and 'be attached to mom's tit' indefinitely herself.

I didn't WANT to know her personal problems, and yet she brought them to the board. Doesn't she have any real life friends to talk to?

Whatever happened to keeping private family things PRIVATE? When did society turn into the Jerry Springer Show?

You want the truth? You can't HANDLE the truth!

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post #12 of 31 Old 10-03-2012, 10:17 AM
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Whatever happened to keeping private family things PRIVATE? When did society turn into the Jerry Springer Show?
I have often wondered that myself!
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Aw no id be trying to leave either way but they are just such good motivation.
Because I am venting and said my sister and her kids are annoying did not mean I have to tell you my whole life story and everything.

- and wow. My family moves so much, so often. And I've only been,homeschooled, no I don't have many friends, problem?
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Two families under one roof can cause problems. Because they start getting on each others nerves. Doesn't mean you hate them. They're just annoying. Lol. When you're on your own you'll be much Better off. You and your sister sound like opposites. Just work hard and make an example. Maybe play soothing music while trying to sleep? Or like others said earplugs or headphones can help although sometimes they're uncomfy. I just became a deep sleeper haha. I don't believe you hate them. I believe your tired and taking your frustrations out on here rather than on them. And like you said you don't have many friends. You just needed somewhere to vent. Maybe keep a "locked" diary? Journal? Write your vents down. :). You may feel more relaxed.
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Well I hate kids. Hate isn't even a good enough word actually.
And I've tried the headphones and stuff, but I seriously have to have a quiet place to get to sleep.
But when they are screaming and yelling by my door, im tempted to get up and punch someone in the face.


Really I was just venting

*is working on leaving
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Well they're still your family. I am not a big fan of kids either. Just be thankful you have none lol. I don't. But I tolerate my family that has little kids. Maybe you can talk to your sis and ask her that the kids stay in the living room or their/her room when you're trying to sleep. Explain to her you need to be able to get sleep. Be polite. Maybe she will agree. Communication is key. If she doesn't listen then maybe, I mean I know your sister is an adult and it's her kids, but maybe you could go to your mom and explain. Your sister may listen to her better than she does you. I don't see why the kids have to be by your door. If they're small enough you could get a baby gate and put it somewhere where they can't be by your door.
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This thread is just.. wow.

1) Janna, if you're finding it difficult to find the means to move and it's just you, imagine your sister trying to find the means to leave when she has children to think of (extra financial responsibilities, need for daycare, etc.). It's just vulgar and rude to say she's "attached to your mother's tit." Additionally, as has been pointed out, YOU are still at home so aren't you saying the same thing about yourself?

2) Perhaps the children DO have some medical reason they cannot sit and be quiet. Or perhaps they are just normal children. Regardless, until you have the means to support yourself, you're living under your mother's roof and your sister and her kids have just as much right to be there as you do. I'm sure there are things about you that annoy them. Seething anger and bitterness, perhaps.
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I think the situation sucks all around. The OP's quiet life is disrupted by someone else's kids and she can't pick up and move right now. The sister in question having to live in someone else's house, probably some bad decisions leading her there, with her kids and probably no way to get out on her own. People know when their kids are loud and obnoxious. I bet the mom is both happy and sad about it all too. Sounds suck all around!

OP if you're not of age where you can save up and live alone perhaps another relative will let you move in if you help out with some costs via a job.
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This thread is just.. wow.

1) Janna, if you're finding it difficult to find the means to move and it's just you, imagine your sister trying to find the means to leave when she has children to think of (extra financial responsibilities, need for daycare, etc.). It's just vulgar and rude to say she's "attached to your mother's tit." Additionally, as has been pointed out, YOU are still at home so aren't you saying the same thing about yourself?

2) Perhaps the children DO have some medical reason they cannot sit and be quiet. Or perhaps they are just normal children. Regardless, until you have the means to support yourself, you're living under your mother's roof and your sister and her kids have just as much right to be there as you do. I'm sure there are things about you that annoy them. Seething anger and bitterness, perhaps.
I think this...

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Well I hate kids. Hate isn't even a good enough word actually...
...pretty much identifies the actual source of the problem...
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