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Re: Sick to death of my family Quintal

Posted by Sigismund on May 11, 2008, at 8:35:50

In reply to Sick to death of my family, posted by Quintal on May 11, 2008, at 8:23:19

>He also had my dog spayed against my wishes

That is just awful.

I'm unclear as to whether you live in the same house as your father, and whether your extended family (your aunt) lives close by.

It's my unfortunate experience that by the time you get some detachment from your family so you can see at least a few opportunities and feel less impingement, it's really much too late.

I wish there was some way we could see our families the same way as outsiders do: seeing the same things but having much less reaction to it, and maybe seeing it from some different angles.

And in my case I left home at 17 and didn't go back for 5 years, and still when I did they drove me crazy. Going home was physically painful, it was that bad.
Then they are dead and gone. And there you are.




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