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my brother hates me
July 8, 2004
2:16 am
greentoblack
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hi-new to the site-2 or 3 days ago a friend of my brother's and mine asked me out-i told him no because would brother would hate me if i did(i actually like him too). the guy and i are just friends now but me brother still hates me and him too-just because he asked me. i know that brother hates me because while he was at work he called me and blamed me for everything wrong that happened to him in the past year and kept on cursing at me-we are not talking right now. this event has really irked me-i have a ton of other problems that i dont talk to others about because i just cant or dont want to have that person know-what do i do? my asked me if i wanted couseling which is funny cause ive been thinking about that for a long time-please help.

July 8, 2004
5:56 am
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Greentoback; I too have the same problem. I am 44 and have a brother 46 I never felt he cared for me.We went as far as physically fighting.I think my controlling mom played a big part in it. Whatever the reason, God Bless Them (us) I totally detached from them 2 years ago. And never felt better in my life. Also Maybe your brother is in fear of you taking his friend from him.It could be lots of things.Do what is in your heart.

July 8, 2004
6:58 am
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counseling may be good for you. As for your brother, sounds like *his* issue. You cannot help that HIS friend asked you out. What actually happened as you mentioned in the *past year* with your brother???
I am not sure if you are really close with your brother or not, and if you want to talk things over with him, without him getting upset, maybe if you let things calm down for a few days or so, you can have a heart to heart talk with your brother and come to an agreement that you are both comfy with.

July 8, 2004
4:30 pm
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I can relate. Is your brother older? I have an older brother that seems to hate me and doesn't show any respect for my opinion. There is something wrong with everything I say. I'm sure it goes back to childhood. I try to avoid my brother which makes me very sad because I love him very much. He says he loves me but does not act like it. I know I need to stand up to him but he is very intimadating. Still I have to do that to get my power back from him.

July 11, 2004
6:47 am
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My brother also seemed to harbor negative feelings for me. He recently passed from all of his drug abuse which has been tough on me since we never resolved our diffrences in life. He would often lie to me about important things to get at me. I think he felt like he was the black sheep of the family and resented me since I was home more often growing up and had better standing with our family. I would do your best to get at the bottom of what is causing the negative feelings between the both of you.

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