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    My sister is 20 and im 18 she's always putting me down by calling me a problematic child i know im old enough to ignore it but she tells the rest of my family and this effects the way they treat me, she puts me down so much she makes me feel like i just dont fit in the house
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    Next time she calls you this, say "I may be problematic, but at least i'm not a nasty, judgemental cow".
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    My sister is 20 and im 18 she's always putting me down by calling me a problematic child i know im old enough to ignore it but she tells the rest of my family and this effects the way they treat me, she puts me down so much she makes me feel like i just dont fit in the house
    1. Ignore it.
    2. If you cnat go and talk to your sister about it.
    3. If she wont stop then go and talk to your parents about it.
    4. If neither your sister or parents will listen, then work hard and look at getting your own place. Some people are bullies.
 
 
 
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