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by whitedress26 on 9/17/2011 4:22:50 PM
by kmbarrette on 9/17/2011 10:03:13 AM
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i think my older sis is anorexic.and im also angry because shes always been thin, even wen she did eat, and ive always been the bigger one, the uglier one, the one who doesnt get any guys, and it seems as if im more confident than HER, and theres been countless times ive cried myself to sleep becuz of tht, but i wood NEVER become anerexic just cuz ive gained a lil weight, also, my sis has (or had) depression, n wen she was 13 or 14 she started cutting, and i think she stopped, and now shes 16, shes gorgeous, shes thin, she has big boobs, and a hot bf, and SHES anorexic, im just so angry, sad, confused, worried, idk to break down and cry or scream in her face and knock her out, what am i supposed to do?!?!?
Hey girly! It sounds like you have a really good head on your shoulders, which I'm very glad to hear. As for your sister, though, you definitely need to talk an adult about this and let them know what's going on with her. Try talking to your parents about it. Show them the site and let them know how worried you are. If you can't talk to them, I'd talk to an aunt or uncle, a grandparents, or even a friend's parent that you trust. Also, guidance counselors at school would know what to do. The bottom line is, your sister needs help before this gets any worse.
by guitargirl7321 on 9/11/2011 6:22:35 PM
by smileysevvie on 9/8/2011 10:11:32 PM
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by purpleorchid on 9/4/2011 12:18:45 AM
Hey, girlie. I totally know how you're feeling right now. My family did foster care for about four years before we adopted my eight-year-old sister. I'm not going to lie, it was hard getting used to having another sibling besides my brother, and having to share my parents attention between 3 people, but it got easier. So whatever your parents decide, hang in there. It will all work out.
by hippiechick96 on 9/3/2011 10:07:43 PM
A lil wierd I think. I didn't like adoption when my step mom did it.
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