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  • I.dunno_what.im_doing
    Participant
    July 29, 2019 at 5:39 am

    Hey. I’m 12 going on 13 and my sister is 10, she has ADHD, Tourettes and Attachment Disorder. So, she says some horrid things, to the point where I don’t know if its her conditions or not.I feel really bad, because I feel less and less like I really, well, love her each day, I have to admit. I want to get out of my house as much as possible, going out with friends, for walks, etc. Is it bad that I feel the need to just get out of my home for the longest amount of time possible, I only want a break, spending time with those who treat me right, makes me feel happy. And is it wrong that I am not too fond of her? Please give your honest opinions, i need them. xx


    Popcorn
    Participant
    August 30, 2019 at 2:16 pm

    Hi my sister has autism and a brain injury so she can also can get really upset and takes her anger out on me. I find it so much easier going out with my friends to take my mind off things. Also I go to the park even if it’s just on my own. I get how you feel about not knowing if she means the rude things she says or if it’s just her disability. I would just give some space to your sister – you don’t always have to play with her and take some time for yourself 😀 I often get out the house to clear my head and to calm down when I feel like I hate my sister so I think it’s normal to sometimes feel that way. Hope this helps


    12.purringpeacock.12
    Participant
    September 12, 2019 at 7:10 am

    My brother has ADHD and he always takes his anger out on me too so I go to my room and stay out of his way until he is calm. He can sometimes just wake up in a bad mood or it can be triggered by something else xx


    Monkey06
    Participant
    September 23, 2019 at 4:55 am

    I am always shouting at my little brother and I keep forgetting he has ADHD and autism


    unicorn power
    Participant
    October 12, 2019 at 10:37 am

    hi my brother has ADHD, Autism and something else but don’t name of it but he take all his anger out on me and he take tabs but they start to wear off at night and starts swearing and yelling at me witch keeps me up at night. does any one have any sleeping suggestions?


    PonyboyCurtis395
    Participant
    October 27, 2019 at 12:31 pm

    I’m 13 going on 14 and I think it’s completely fair you want time out of the house. A lot of the time I just wish to get as far away from my brother as possible and go out with friends. My parents don’t let me out often even for a walk so I don’t get to hit I understand how desperate people can feel being around people who don’t seem to care about you or even like you. I think your completely in the right to have time to yourself. Sometimes i wish for a whole week without my brother. Just have fun with friends. People who take time to show you that your cared for and don’t feel bad about it. You deserve a life as do all of usXxxx


    PonyboyCurtis395
    Participant
    October 27, 2019 at 12:33 pm

    My brother doesn’t exactly have anything to help with his anger outbursts and all I can remember I do is yell back and storm out. I normally have to leave him alone which shouldn’t be the way it is. It isn’t fair that each time our sibling is angry we have to walk away. The best thing to get help is telling your parents and they normally go deal with them but if not then try listening to mucus really loud through headphones until you can’t hear them. Just ignoring which I hate to tell you because ignoring someone is probably the hardest thing to do especially when they have a disability but that’s the way it is. Don’t get me wrong you still have a life and a choose. Let your parents know what you need and they should help you get treated equally and feel better. Don’t know if this helped. Xxx


    MEC-1234
    Participant
    November 8, 2019 at 6:10 pm

    Hi I am 13
    I don’t think it is wrong or inconsiderate for you to want to be out of the house I feel tht way every day when I am getting ready for school and when I get back
    Not mention the weekends
    My brother is  disabled and just know that we (the other siblings who support you)
    Are here on this website nearly every day you will always have us to talk to
    We all need each other
    In the end there will always be me and others to fall on so just know that 😇😊


    macymoo
    Participant
    November 30, 2019 at 5:30 am

    I have 2 sisters with autism and I feel the same way they always say rude things to me they lash out at me.


    Cobibee
    Participant
    January 13, 2020 at 4:15 pm

    Hello . Alot of the time i feel the exact same with my sister . She is almost 13 and has autism ( PDA ) which means she finds it hard to cope with any demands and therefore goes to a specalist school . This is hard for me. I sometimes hate her but i do love her so much ! Dont worry it’s completely normal to not want to be around her x


    squibsy
    Participant
    January 14, 2020 at 7:30 pm

    Hey! I’m back! Sorry I haven’t been on in a while..
    I’m 9 and I have an autistic brother who is 15, nearly 16. Quite a few times, he accuses me of somethings I didn’t do. Yesterday I was sat at the table eating my dinner, when my brother started saying I hurt him but I didn’t, but I don’t really mind. I know he’s got autism. Sometimes he tells me to copy him and he starts laughing! I like it when he does that
    -Squibsy xx


    Pikaman
    Participant
    January 16, 2020 at 5:40 am

    It’s totally normal to feel this way, and there is nothing wrong with wanting to go out of the house, my situation replicates yours exactly. I resent my brother, and you shouldn’t feel guilty if you feel the same, they may have a condition, but that isn’t a free pass.


    Anonymous
    Inactive
    January 30, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    Hi I am 10 years old and I have a brother that is 7 that has 22q which is a generic syndrome and possibly ADHD.
    My brother can sometimes be a bit annoying but can be helpful.
    Tow thing I love about him is that he has a big personality and always stands up for me.


    Anonymous
    Inactive
    January 30, 2020 at 6:44 pm

    Hi I am 10 years old and I have a brother that is 7 that has 22q which is a generic syndrome and possibly ADHD.
    My brother can sometimes be a bit annoying but can be helpful.
    Two things I love about him is that he has a big personality and always stands up for me.


    Cobibee
    Participant
    February 6, 2020 at 7:09 pm

    Hello just writing to share some more experiences at this moment in time . Its a stupid worry but any advice possible helps ! My sister is currently downstairs having a meltdown being horrible to my parents and that is particularly hard for me as I have many more worries constantly whirring around in my head . Can i possibly have some advice on how to cope ?

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