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    For the past week I've been very stressed and shouting a lot, not because I've wanted to, because for how I've been treated.

    I can't study properly because I keep thinking of the negative people and how they could manipulate the situation.

    Basically I'm in my final year and some the of the uncles, aunties (which I will call) are looking for a good bride for their son, daughter vice versa, unfortunately 3-4 of these sons have failed in their careers and they cannot see the sight of me succeeding and marrying better so they have to put me down (the uncles/aunties), shout out things if I make one mistake and generally try their best to worsen my reputation.

    I've had women say to other people I am a bad person because I don't fancy their daughter.

    I shouldn't care, however, they could defame me and because these uncles, aunties are popular, you never know what they could say to other people behind my back.

    I've been stressed and worried a lot, is the result of this high blood pressure? They I threaten court action if I hear anything out of the ordinary? That would quiet them down for sure.
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    I'm not sure from your post whether you're overreacting due to stress or whether you're being bullied, more objectively speaking.

    Could you give a few examples of what the aunties/uncles etc are doing/saying?
 
 
 
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