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    $teve posted an update 1 year, 5 months ago

    Let me just say that….. well let me just think……. I really can’t say this to my family, so i’m going to say it here.

    My oldest sister, who is 18 years old, is moving out probably around the beginning of next month, and it’ll probably be the day where everyone in my family is relieved, and happy for her that she’s finally leaving our family to seek out what’s there to come for her. I don’t want to admit it, and I don’t want to offend her, but it’s going to be a good feeling when she leaves us. Let me explain…..

    she is a nice, caring sister who tries to help out others in my family, she has a boyfriend who’s caring to her, but at the same time….. she is like a toxin to our family. Whenever something doesn’t go the way she wants it to go, she just starts bitching at us and yells at us when we didn’t do anything wrong. She always complains about how we live, which is acceptable, but she doesn’t have to constantly bring it up every time she finds something out of place, and it just makes me feel bad for my parents who are just tired after working for 5 hours and just want to relax after. Even my 2nd oldest sister, who is 16 or 17, with a boyfriend also, tells my dad whenever she isn’t around that she doesn’t like her nor her bitchy attitude.

    She is someone who constantly puts pressure on my dad, and it always makes me feel really bad for him. I’ll honestly be sad when she leaves, but the rest of my family will be celebrating with a breath of relief that she won’t be around us as much.

    I don’t know if all that will happen on that date, but I know that it will happen at some point in the coming months, and it’ll be a sign of relief for my whole family.

    • It’s nice that she is a caring person but she should have a positive attitude as well @anxietyattack66, your sister shouldn’t shout and scream at you or others in your family, I would let her know how her negative behaviour affects you and the rest of your family Steve, hopefully she will change parts of her behaviour and try to be more respectful of you and other family members, everything will be OK Steve, inbox me anytime if you want to chat or vent, stay strong, you are never alone :) (hugs)