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    Has anyone ever felt like this? I am close to my sisters and cousins but once I have to meet their friends I just feel a bit uncomfortable I don't feel like i should be there. Does anyone get that?
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    I feel like a bit of an outsider about my parents -- they always misinterpret what I mean then I end up in a mess = sit upstairs away from them

    not really sam situation but similar feeling im sure
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    Yeh, I'm pretty sure I know what you mean x
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    How close are you to moving out/going to university people often find their relationship with family gets better when they are living out of the house.

    I think it is pretty common actually i dont feel like i should be here at times, only place i feel totally comfortable is my room.
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    Used to before uni, distance helps.. family used to make me never want to come home but it helps when you away and not compounded in the same house all the time.
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    :yep: always feel like this and always have, I don't have anything in common with my family really/spend most of my time in my room. Trying to 'talk' usually ends in some sort of argument. It was better in the other holidays christmas/easter etc. since university but not the summer holidays. 2 months down 2 left to go and AHHHHH get me out! (I know for a fact my family are thinking the same thing :p:)

    EDIT: it seems I have misread the original post, deary me but yeah I always feel akward about meeting my brothers friends and do my best to avoid them in the house
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    (Original post by tom_tom_tom)
    How close are you to moving out/going to university people often find their relationship with family gets better when they are living out of the house.

    I think it is pretty common actually i dont feel like i should be here at times, only place i feel totally comfortable is my room.
    awww now I wish I applied for accommadation ........

    I am going to be in London is there anyway I could move out and live out for cheaper?
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    (Original post by riotgirl)
    awww now I wish I applied for accommadation ........

    I am going to be in London is there anyway I could move out and live out for cheaper?
    Try and contact the uni saying you personal circumstances have changed and that you are looking for accomidation, they will have a list of different options if they cant offer you uni based accomidation, they have private sector stuff that they can put you in touch with.
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    All the time :/ hardly have a proper conversation with anyone in the house.
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    (Original post by tom_tom_tom)
    Try and contact the uni saying you personal circumstances have changed and that you are looking for accomidation, they will have a list of different options if they cant offer you uni based accomidation, they have private sector stuff that they can put you in touch with.
    that may be the way to go then....


    thanks

    but yeah I just don't feel comfortable its not really my family its when they decide to entertain and I sit in a corner thinking oh please get me out of here I have a low self esteem so big groups of people make me very nervous and shaky
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    (Original post by BittersweetSymphony)
    :yep: always feel like this and always have, I don't have anything in common with my family really/spend most of my time in my room. Trying to 'talk' usually ends in some sort of argument. It was better in the other holidays christmas/easter etc. since university but not the summer holidays. 2 months down 2 left to go and AHHHHH get me out! (I know for a fact my family are thinking the same thing :p:)

    EDIT: it seems I have misread the original post, deary me but yeah I always feel akward about meeting my brothers friends and do my best to avoid them in the house
    lol no I was talking about feeling odd whatever the circumstances in my case its with guests but its still in my house but in your case its your family
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    I used to feel like an outsider but now the household has completely collapsed so it's just like we're 3 separate people who happen to sleep in the same house....
 
 
 
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