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Posted by: EMY | 2010/08/16

I''M SO UNHAPPY

i''m 21 yrs, i stay with two uncles and grandfather, these people they can''t udapt that i''m growing up. if i want to go out, they have a problem. Recently i''ve been having financial problem, they have been moody with me, my grandfather will abuse me with words, and that i get money from men. right now i just want to move out and rent a place, i can''t live like this. i don''t even feel free

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Sometimes even very caring people, who build their lives around caring for someone, find it hard to accept that the person has grown up and needs to e allowed to become independent. But its time for you to get a job or jobs and earn enough to stay on your own ( or with a friend ) and live an independent life. It may not be altogether fair to live with them, to some degree at their expense, and not want perhaps to keep to their home rules.

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Posted by: EMY | 2010/08/16

i am curently working for a great company in centurion but for me to get place now will take long cos i don''t have much that belongs to me

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Posted by: Man | 2010/08/16

Hey Emy so sorry you feel this way, problem is that your elders will always see you as their little baby girl, no matter how old you are. Isnt there other female elders in the family that you can talk to. Guys will not always understands your concern as a lady. Good luck ...

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Posted by: whats up | 2010/08/16

why dont you stand your ground and take a break go somewhere and see what the world offers

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010/08/16

Sometimes even very caring people, who build their lives around caring for someone, find it hard to accept that the person has grown up and needs to e allowed to become independent. But its time for you to get a job or jobs and earn enough to stay on your own ( or with a friend ) and live an independent life. It may not be altogether fair to live with them, to some degree at their expense, and not want perhaps to keep to their home rules.

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