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    Hello again TSR,

    I'll jump straight into the situation I am currently faced with.
    My Step-Mum is constantly saying how lazy I am, doing nothing around the house and its unfair she has to do 'all this'. Okay so I wash up everyday, hoover the entire house, clean my room(obviously), do all my own laundry, take the dog out 3 times a day, go to sixth form and complete all the work. Also applying for lots of jobs, going for interviews, but that's not going to good.
    She is UNEMPLOYED. My Dad leaves at 7 and does not get back till 9 from work (lawyer in London, in case you were wondering) he's the one who keeps the roof over our head and says I'm doing enough. I don't particularly like my Step Mum as she is constantly trying to put me down saying how lazy I am. I don't know what to do about it anymore as although it sounds stupid its building up and up and I honestly cannot wait for uni next year.
    Question is, what should I do ? What would you do ?
    Thank you for any advice,
    Lee
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    Again, I know it probably sounds stupid but there is only so much you can take if you are constantly day after day being put down when your trying your best.
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    (Original post by lee1999wright)
    Again, I know it probably sounds stupid but there is only so much you can take if you are constantly day after day being put down when your trying your best.
    I know the feeling It sounds like you're doing plenty! It could be worth asking your dad if he can have a word with her, seeing as he thinks you're doing enough
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    (Original post by chelseadagg3r)
    I know the feeling It sounds like you're doing plenty! It could be worth asking your dad if he can have a word with her, seeing as he thinks you're doing enough
    Glad to know its not just me.
    I have and he just don't want to say anything to her about it. He understands the situation but just will not say anything to her.
    Thanks for the advice though,
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    tell yer da to bone some1 els3
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    (Original post by PrinceOfOrange)
    tell yer da to bone some1 els3
    Legit answer here ! Great idea lol
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    hav the same situation (almost) just learned to ignore them and stuck it out. leaving for uni soon, its jus one of those things u hav to deal w/. learn to ignore it or stick up for urself when necassary.
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    hav the same situation (almost) just learned to ignore them and stuck it out. leaving for uni soon, its jus one of those things u hav to deal w/. learn to ignore it or stick up for urself when necassary.
    Thank you, I shall try.
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    Well, thanks to all 3 people who answered. I'll just keep my head down until university.
 
 
 
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