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Unwanted, Un-loved by his parents,not being cared for,Unfair treatment! watch

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    (Original post by foolfarian)
    agreed.
    So the guy has horrid parents. big deal.
    I mean if he had put up with this his whole life why would it be enough to reduce him to tears when he got his college grades?
    Sounds more like a 'doesn't get the ettention he craves from parents' rather than 'doesn't get ANY attention from parents'

    the person posting the other day whose parents were refusing to give them money to go to uni, nor allow them financial details so they can get a student loan was much more genuine and relevant to the people here.

    the story is in no way inspiring because the guy in your story has done nothing successful, and still whines about his situation. The person that breaks free from such a situation is an inspiration, not the person who gets bogged down.
    they are a tragedy.
    Give the guy a break - he's only 18.

    (Besides, he'll keep some otherwise useless therapist in employment.)
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    (Original post by eurasianfeline)
    *round of applause*
    What would your response be if someone said that to you?
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    Your friend sounds like he needs a hug...lots of hugs. Tell him well done from everyone on TSR, it probably won't make him feel much better about his parents but at least he'll have a well done from somebody. He's lucky to have friends who care about him the way you seem to.
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    Wait wait...did you write that he passed his college and that he is 18? I don't believe this story no matter how sad it sounds....
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    Here is a situation where only money could possibly solve the problem....

    If his parents still niglect him even after he has told them how he feels, then the best thing for him to do is just to carry with his life. Go to uni, get a great job, earn lots of money, have a great gf (already got one) and hopefully he should forget about it.
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    don't mean to offend your friend, but those few things are nothing compared to how some parents treat their children.
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    Whats doing here, your friend confides in you with a problem and you go and tell the world on the internet?
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    Oh, give him a break, some of you!
    With parents who treat him like that, no wonder he's so upset.
    Some of you imply that the guy is upset for nothing, but if it's as bad as the poster implies that can't be a nice situation to be in at all.
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    The guy who this thread is about has hardly anything to worry about. There are people with no parents, no home and no job, money or shelter. Why don't you tell him to talk to his parents. This whole thread is a waste of time.

    And that his childhood was so bad he don't wanna remember it? He wasn't abused or anything was he? So what's the problem...Really!
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    (Original post by -TMG-)
    The guy who this thread is about has hardly anything to worry about. There are people with no parents, no home and no job, money or shelter. Why don't you tell him to talk to his parents. This whole thread is a waste of time.

    And that his childhood was so bad he don't wanna remember it? He wasn't abused or anything was he? So what's the problem...Really!
    So,how did you deal with your rejection by your parents? Perhaps you could give some constructrive advice.

    I look forward to seeing it.
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    I would talk to them and ask them what their goddam problem is. You have to work to fix a situation like that not sit around and ***** and winge about it.
 
 
 
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