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    I've lived my life gaining the trust of many people, trust which I can never break. I can never think of doing something which could break the trust that my family has for me or shame my family, however they still have trust issues with me, like I know I'm not perfect no one is, but what have they seen me do that's so bad that they always shun me and exclude me from stuff. It hurts a lot and then theres me who never has ever raised my voice at them. I'm being pushed around if I don't do something now i'll be pushed around like this all my life, but what can I do? I'm too scared to even look them directly in the eyes.
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    im so sorry
    do you have siblings?
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    omg
    im so sorry
    do you have siblings?
    yes, I have two brothers but they don't get pushed around like I do :/
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    yes, I have two brothers but they don't get pushed around like I do :/
    im assuming you are a girl, and maybe your family have that typical view that girls are less important. I really feel for you, but if you dont feel comfortable at home, you should surround yourself first outside your home with your friends, and spend time with them. this will help you feel confident. it can be one friend even. and if ur a boy, im assuming they are older, maybe buld a relationship with your brothers? like talk about normal stuff, and ask what happened. tell them a few funny stories that happened, or maybe even "i still remeber when you..." dont expect a result too soon but i hope this helps.
    please tell me anything about yourself and ill try to help.
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    (Original post by HS2030)
    im assuming you are a girl, and maybe your family have that typical view that girls are less important. I really feel for you, but if you dont feel comfortable at home, you should surround yourself first outside your home with your friends, and spend time with them. this will help you feel confident. it can be one friend even. and if ur a boy, im assuming they are older, maybe buld a relationship with your brothers? like talk about normal stuff, and ask what happened. tell them a few funny stories that happened, or maybe even "i still remeber when you..." dont expect a result too soon but i hope this helps.
    please tell me anything about yourself and ill try to help.
    I'm a girl, and I'm the oldest from my siblings, my situation is not bad it's just at times they don't understand me, when my parents divorced my dad got married again, and soon after my mum got married again, my parents couldn't give a care in the world for us to be honest, as all these years my grandparents have raised us, my grandparents are the only ones who trust me 100% it's just some of my aunts and uncles like to mess with my feelings, like be sweet to my face then talk nonsense about me behind my back, to e honest I've kept my distance from them and just focusing on my studies, people like them will come and go in your life, but thank you for your advice I appreciate it
 
 
 
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