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Their mood swings

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Posted almost 3 years ago
I don't think there's really anything to do about it. Just ignore her would be my advice.


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Posted almost 3 years ago
Oooooohhh no, you do NOT wish you had a little brother. At least with a sister you have a bigger chance of bonding with her when you are older. Honestly, just tell her you will not put up witb it. If she's younger than 5, those arent mood swings. Thats bad behavior that needs to be corrected by an adult. If shes older, tell mom or dad. Thats not cool. I remember the first time my brother thought he could punch me, I got right up in his face, and told him its unacceptable, and guess what? He never did it again. Im not saying to do that, but tell her she really cant do that.


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Posted almost 3 years ago
Talk to your parents about it and explain to them what's going on. Maybe they'll do something to help.

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Posted almost 3 years ago
Tell your parents, I'm sure everything will work out eventually.

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