[quote="philipmarie, post:14, topic:233531"]
Catholic90, I didn't mean to sound self rightous. I know pride is a sin. I really don't emotionally abuse my sister, I really don't. When you called her a BASTARD in front of her friends, yes, you do. Without offending, why don't you tell that to my sister? You don't know what goes between me and my dad. Really, unhealthily? You said, "We became really close and I mean really close." Sorry, but as a 17 year old guy, you are supposed to be getting ready to spread your wings and fly. I'm a nervous wreck and she's manipulated my mum against me.
When I said strictness, I didn't mean that I commanded her. That is just wrong, what I meant was that I talked to her with seriousness and persevered to show her that she was wrong. OMG! Again, it is NOT YOUR JOB or PLACE to show her "she was wrong"!! Do you not get that?!? She is your MOTHER. She has had just a few years more experience in this life and in her marriage with your father than you have!
(Of course, you are 17 and at the point in your life where you do have all the answers and are all knowing - enjoy it, because in your mid-20s, you will begin to lose your all-knowing powers!:rolleyes:) For a kid to try to make better his parent's marraige is nothing wrong. I never wanted them to fight or quarrel and they don't. Just occasionally maybe. Almost all marriages have fights and/or quarrels. It is a part of communication. It is NOT your place to get in the middle of it.
I'm not justifying my actions. What I did was wrong, even though I didn't kick her kick her. I didn't put her on the ground and kick her like how you see in the movies. I would hope not, because if you did that, you should be in jail. Even though what Idid was horrible, her actions aren't justified either. This is not about her; it is about YOU and how you choose to react. She beats me up and when I say she beats me up, she is absolutely ferocious and most of the time, in all honesty, I don't fight back or try not to let her beat me by catching her punches. How about you leave her alone. She even tore my Rosary in contempt. Probably because she can see through your hypocrisy. You hold the rosary while kicking her.
I knew that people will misunderstand what I said. It's always the big, bad brother who does wrong to his sister. I did mistakes in my life which didn't have anything to do with my sis, I admit it but I want to make amends to her and for every wrong that I did start by not kicking her and just leaving her alone but hey, she must makes amends for the emotional and physical abuse which she sends upon me too. That is not your job to enforce. You don't know my sister, you just don't know her. I don't mean to make her look bad but, if I try talking to her friend when she in the same room as he is she literally grabs me and kicks me out. Then get out! Clearly, you are not welcomed by your sister to visit with her friends. LEAVE THEM ALONE. When I confronted her on this, she said that I'd better not do it again or she'll 'humiliate' me again in front of him. Really. You, the wiser older brother, apparently called her names and kicked her in front of her friends, so I can clearly see her point. STAY AWAY from her.
She has given you a very clear message.....she wants you to leave her and her friends alone. So leave her alone. What is so hard to understand about that?!?:shrug:
I have a 17 year old son. If my son ever tried any of the shenagins you have tried, I think he would find a bag with a pair of underwear on the front step and note wishing him well on his journey.