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    ...my sis's changing moods! :mad: - how do you deal with somebody whos moods swing so easily and quickly? - its driving me mad!

    ..i just don't get how she can be only 2 years younger than me and be so different in this way - i don't get mood swings and am quite level all the time..she is just such a handful at times - we both have been through alot recently but this is just getting a tad annoyin now...
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    lol ur not alone... my sister goes from being really nice one second but if something irritates her, she can be in the most foulest mood ever :rolleyes: the thing is whatever she found irritating, it's what normal people wouldn't find too annoying

    just keep out of her way until she cools down :p:

    little sisters... hmmpphhh
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    tell her to stop PMS'ing.
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    (Original post by tami*)
    lol ur not alone... my sister goes from being really nice one second but if something irritates her, she can be in the most foulest mood ever :rolleyes: the thing is whatever she found irritating, it's what normal people wouldn't find too annoying

    just keep out of her way until she cools down :p:

    little sisters... hmmpphhh
    ...tell me bout it! - when we both lived at home i don't remember her been like this - now we live together again sharing a flat it hard work at times. it just such extremes - one minute we are close - next she's very very prickly...
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    (Original post by sophietrophy)
    ...tell me bout it! - when we both lived at home i don't remember her been like this - now we live together again sharing a flat it hard work at times. it just such extremes - one minute we are close - next she's very very prickly...
    when she's in a good mood, have u tried talking to her about it? it might put her in a bad mood again though... i did this with my sister, so now she is at least aware of it, and how annoying it is for me... yet she still acts out :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by tami*)
    when she's in a good mood, have u tried talking to her about it? it might put her in a bad mood again though... i did this with my sister, so now she is at least aware of it, and how annoying it is for me... yet she still acts out :rolleyes:
    ..yep - tried that -the usual reply is just going on about how hard the last 6 months have been etc etc. (she left home last june to come and live with me because my mother was just getting too much for her - i am at uni and she is in 6th form - we share a flat now in my uni city and she has moved 6th form - so i guess she has had a bit of a bad year....but things move on !
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    send her to uncle barry.
 
 
 
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