(Original post by Bassetts)
Stopped reading here.
You're one of those
I really don't like you one bit. Go away please, I'm asking nicely
(Original post by KadeK)
I wouldn't exactly call this advice, but I just wanted to say that I'm sorry you're in such a horrible situation. However, you seem like a really strong person so all credit to you. I'd be really perturbed if I was in your situation especially with the racism bit.
I like how you've confronted them on occasion. The fact that they can't be upfront with you shows that they are the ones that are intimidated (and have to resort to "behind your back" antics). So if anything, when it comes to "power" it's you that has it (IF that's any consolation for you)
I know it's not ideal, but if I was in your shoes, I'd continually confront them about it to keep them on their toes. The main thing is that you focus on your studies until you can leave.
Thanks! Prior to the racism I already thought she was a bit off, and I didn't know she had mental health issues. So when I heard I really wasn't surprised. I know if I tell my parents they will go utterly mad though, they're not as calm about such things as I am.
I confronted Ana multiple times, I don't think it is physiologically in me to do it even more. I'm one of those people who cries when angry, and once I'm crying I'm likely to get violent so I really don't want it to get to that stage. I will however stop playing along with their fake friendship, that should keep them on their toes, because thinking back I am being ridiculously laid back about this, especially the internet thing!
(Original post by Zürich)
You need to be very firm and basically rant at them that youre not going to take any more of their bull****, I'd probably imply physical violence. It'll create an atmosphere but they'll back down.
For a start they're stealing £5/month from you so you need to insist on getting the internet back.
Do you have any brothers?
I'm the oldest, my brothers are younger. I could get my guy friends to flip out on them but its really not me, Im more of a talk things though kind of girl. I don't know what to do about the £5 either
I was this close to hitting her today when she told me I was dirty, anyone who knows me would fall about laughing. I practically have OCD!
(Original post by beccagood95)
The best people you can speak to are the people at uni. Hopefully your university has student support with some harassment advisors? I'd definitely go and speak to them, or if you're not sure who to go to, ask your tutor to send you in the right direction.
People like that shouldn't get away with it, I had a horrible housemate and didn't take action when I had the chance. :/
Thats a good idea, plus I have an exam next week and I need the internet to study! Ill go see them on Monday, thank you.