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    My sister's abuse started In 2005 till 2012.

    It was intense, every single day for 7 years she never once spoken to me and when I said something she would say "whatttt" in a very frustrated way which she didn't want me to talk.

    She also looked at me in a very angry manner. For 7 whole years she was like this towards me all the time.

    Even after this on many occasions there were parties, occasions and I remember I asked her something at a wedding and at a charity event or to look back at me very angrily and talk to me in a very disrespectful manner.

    I remember an occasion when a man came to give out an invitation and I went to my sister "it's so and so's wedding" and she looked at me at an very angry facial expression and she did not want me to talk.

    So many other times she was like this too.


    So did she emotionally abuse me?
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    This is a joke, right?
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    So weres the part were you explain how she abused you?
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    Then what is it if it's not abuse.

    Looking at me angrily and completely ignored me and deliberately not wanting me to talk to her for 7 years every day straight.

    She even shouted angrily at my face once "at least I can talk properly" In front of my face in an angry way when I could not talk properly. I did/done nothing wrong.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Then what is it if it's not abuse.

    Looking at me angrily and completely ignored me and deliberately not wanting me to talk to her for 7 years every day straight.

    She even shouted angrily at my face once "at least I can talk properly" In front of my face in an angry way when I could not talk properly. I did/done nothing wrong.
    Thats not abuse. Its sibling rivalry
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    Thats not abuse. Its sibling rivalry
    7 years straight looking at me angry, ignoring me whenever I tried to talk to her. Looking aggressively at me, talking to me as if I had no right to talk?

    I did no wrong and I had a disability. She did this when I was at my most vulnerable.

    Even now she still looks me angry and says one word answers back angrily as if I had no right to talk.

    What kind of sibling rivalry is that?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    7 years straight looking at me angry, ignoring me whenever I tried to talk to her. Looking aggressively at me, talking to me as if I had no right to talk?

    I did no wrong and I had a disability. She did this when I was at my most vulnerable.

    Even now she still looks me angry and says one word answers back angrily as if I had no right to talk.

    What kind of sibling rivalry is that?
    Now that makes sense. So it wasnt physical abuse your were referring to but mental abuse? It hurt you more in the mind rather than the body?
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    It's not 'abuse', she's just not a very nice person. Plenty of siblings don't get on, it's not a big deal.
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    Ok thanks for your replies.

    Yes it hurt me more in the mind.

    Could it be called mental abuse? If it's not what can it be classed as please?
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    I beg to differ this is not a normal amount of sibling rivalry. This is emotional abuse as this can cause psychological damage. This is not normal, it’s not pleasant at all, and I really think you should confront your sister/ talk to a parent about this. 7 years is a long time for this to go on.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Ok thanks for your replies.

    Yes it hurt me more in the mind.

    Could it be called mental abuse? If it's not what can it be classed as please?
    It can be classed as her being a ****.

    It's not abuse - presumably she was a child herself too.
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    definetly sounds like abuse 😏🤣😂
 
 
 
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