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    Hello

    Is it normal to feel like a ghost around your family?, and by that i mean they forget your there and never listen my views or opinions, let alone take them seriously.

    Also is it normal that im 17 and never have a lover or let alone friends?
    Like my family think im gay because i have never had a lover, and the take the mick out of me because of that.

    Like the last proper friends i had where when i was 12 and under but it was just a few but they all turned they backs and started to spread bad rumours about me and they joined sides with people who bullied me.

    Like I just wanna be loved and to feel like im wanted and needed by someone (who could be friend or lover).

    Anyone got any advice on what to do about it?
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    your family situation isn't normal. You need to remember your 17 now and they shouldn't be treating you like this. What i suggest is sitting down with family members and talking about how you feel left out.

    as for lovers, funny you're still young. I'm about to turn 17 and i have never had a first kiss let alone a bf, so don't rush into a relationship just to fill the non-existent void.

    as for friends, you know how it is, they come and go, what i suggest is to join a club your interested in therefore you would have something to talk about and grow your friendship on

    hope this helped
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    (Original post by Questions4367)
    your family situation isn't normal. You need to remember your 17 now and they shouldn't be treating you like this. What i suggest is sitting down with family members and talking about how you feel left out.

    as for lovers, funny you're still young. I'm about to turn 17 and i have never had a first kiss let alone a bf, so don't rush into a relationship just to fill the non-existent void.

    as for friends, you know how it is, they come and go, what i suggest is to join a club your interested in therefore you would have something to talk about and grow your friendship on

    hope this helped

    I agree with you there and trust me sitting down with family thing, doesnt work, it only makes things worse.

    Maybe so and good advice, i will try to.

    Thank you

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