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    So I believe my father's attitude is not good. I don't have a mother I would like to reiterate.

    He said one time "we are low people in this community "we are low, born low".

    If anyone bullied me, he would let them get away due to their perceived "socially popular position". Saying "you can't do nothing because they will say bad things about you to everyone if you fight back.

    The other day in a tent while their was a celebration he volunteered and he was hovering the floor very fast which I admit it was funny and my uncle was saying "I should let him come to my house"-then after this I think he was slightly embarrassed and he went to talk to some kids saying "what's your name" very playfully in the sense he wanted the embarrassment to get away from him.

    He believes anyone, if someone says no one fancies me or I can't get a job, then he will believe them. He doesn't even know the truth.

    i don't know what to do with this sort of behaviour, my sister and I don't understand his understand.
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    your dad sounds like a pussy. ignore him, dont let yourself be pushed around, and strive to achieve success in life
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I believe my father's attitude is not good. I don't have a mother I would like to reiterate.

    He said one time "we are low people in this community "we are low, born low".

    If anyone bullied me, he would let them get away due to their perceived "socially popular position". Saying "you can't do nothing because they will say bad things about you to everyone if you fight back.

    The other day in a tent while their was a celebration he volunteered and he was hovering the floor very fast which I admit it was funny and my uncle was saying "I should let him come to my house"-then after this I think he was slightly embarrassed and he went to talk to some kids saying "what's your name" very playfully in the sense he wanted the embarrassment to get away from him.

    He believes anyone, if someone says no one fancies me or I can't get a job, then he will believe them. He doesn't even know the truth.

    i don't know what to do with this sort of behaviour, my sister and I don't understand his understand.
    Guess he isn't a big believer in social mobility...
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    also your dad might be austistic
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    (Original post by banterboy)
    also your dad might be austictic
    Austictic, huh? You know what, I'm not even going to say anything.
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    (Original post by banterboy)
    also your dad might be austictic
    This must be true, because you said it. A real internet health specialist!
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    This must be true, because you said it. A real internet health specialist!
    I mean, it's certainly true that he "might" have it.
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    (Original post by banterboy)
    I mean, it's certainly true that he "might" have it.
    I doubt OP sought out a medical diagnosis. May not be very helpful?
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    Then again, OP did say his father believes anyone, so he might be convinced by you, and realise his attitude should change. :dontknow:
 
 
 
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