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my younger brother is bullying me

Question Posted Saturday February 25 2006, 8:28 am

i am 19 and my brother is 18 and we dont get along he has a realy bad temper and when he is in a bad mood he hits me and i dont do anything to him like the other day he strangled me and though me on the floor i told my mum but she does not say or do anything about it so he is just gets away with it and then he tries talking to me and pretends like noting happened and i hate it what can i do to make my mum and dad listen to me please help me.

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kelseyjo answered Saturday February 25 2006, 11:48 pm:
what you should do first is tell you parents to pay more attention to what happens. then try to talk to your brother and tell him that if he dont stop you going to start fighting back(well if he not bigger than you)

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Nallie answered Saturday February 25 2006, 2:19 pm:
Tell your parents that you are afraid of your brother! If he has a "bad temper" he needs to get it under control before he is ever successful in any of his relationships or life. Your parents should want to help him, but it sounds as if they are enabling him. However, you don't have to enable him. If you can come up with the means, move out! Or if that is not possible avoid your brother and ignore him. Don't give him the time of day! Tell him that you care about him, but you are now letting go of his outragious behavior and refuse to be part of it. In otherwords from your perspective, the best help should be "no help".

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Kays answered Saturday February 25 2006, 2:09 pm:
well this isnt GOOD advice but its advice. fight back. my sister is younger than me and she does the same. one of you will get hurt and your parents will notice but keep telling them about it. ** i dont rly think thats will help but its worth a shot.

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