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    So she's just come back from work and she asked me "why is the car there"? I said I dropped dad off the work in the afternoon and I'll pick him up at 9pm" She said why did you do that? where did you go?"

    Lol, what's wrong with dropping my dad off, picking him up and going somewhere? She's just come back from the gym herself (she came back from work then went to the gym).

    She then said "clean this crap up"-I've just had dinner.

    Sometimes she comes back from work, I ask her a question, talk to her and she just gives me one word replies like a someone who doesn't want to talk to me. For example "yeah" "yeah" "yeah".

    Unfortunately, she is almost 26 now and between the ages of 16-23 she was a complete B*****. She never talked to me, she just used to look at me angry and was very rude and disrespectful, when asking questions she just get angry and impatient.

    Why is she like this? Does she have relationship issues, bad friends or something? I never act like this.
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    Also when she cleans up, she shouts at me and tells me to put the shoes upstairs or my stuff upstairs, this isn't her house, it's my dad's house, she has no right to arrogantly tell me what to do.

    I'm graduating with a maths degree at 27 and she says I'm not going to get a job because I'm 27, what the hell, I've worked for all my life and I've done work experience at uni, age doesn't even matter.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Also when she cleans up, she shouts at me and tells me to put the shoes upstairs or my stuff upstairs, this isn't her house, it's my dad's house, she has no right to arrogantly tell me what to do.

    I'm graduating with a maths degree at 27 and she says I'm not going to get a job because I'm 27, what the hell, I've worked for all my life and I've done work experience at uni, age doesn't even matter.
    my opinion is that to sit down and talk to her and asked her if she is having some other issues that make her to behave like this, of course with appropriate language
 
 
 
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