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12:24 AM
Hi Bee, I am sorry you are going through this. It sounds very difficult. Unfortunately, this site isn't really about giving life advice. We can't and shouldn't tell you what to do. Choosing to end a relationship, one with your parents no less, is not for strangers to decide. If you do come to a decision and want help communicating that decision with your parents, that is where we can help with Interpersonal Skills. Thank you for understanding. — AGirlHasNoName 1 min ago
#23687 AGirlHasNoName (1124 rep) | Q: My parents just can't understand boundaries (score: 0) | posted 1 hours ago by Bee (1 rep) | Toxicity 0.0 | tps/fps: 0/0
 
 
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3:49 AM
This does not provide an answer to the question. Once you have sufficient reputation you will be able to comment on any post; instead, provide answers that don't require clarification from the asker. - From ReviewAGirlHasNoName 2 mins ago
#23680 AGirlHasNoName (1124 rep) | A: How to tell people they should feel free to drop by, without necessarily inviting them? (score: 2) | posted 50 hours ago by Aunt Reenie (21 rep) | Toxicity 0.0 | tps/fps: 0/0
 
 
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10:14 AM
I'm not asking anyone to tell me specifically what to do. I just want to see how others deal with something similar. If my wording isn't 100% correct I'm sorry. English isn't my first language. I just saw different types of questions and I thought something different. My apologies. I'll delete my account now. — Bee just now
#23687 Bee (11 rep) | Q: My parents just can't understand boundaries (score: 0) | posted 11 hours ago by Bee (11 rep) | edited 3 minutes ago by Bee (11 rep) | Toxicity 0.0 | tps/fps: 0/0
 
 
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11:38 AM
Thanks for your sincere comment! Using your words, I think my answer is rather "things can be easier than you think so why don't you try it the simple way?". I find it in turn a bit easy of you to call me lucky, that's taking any merit away from me. I have been working on it for years actually. I think that the OP concentrates too much on hurdles. "Jumping blindly into the water" might be a solution in this case. — theSameTime 2 mins ago
#23682 theSameTime (59 rep) | A: How to convey interest after I've declined multiple invitations? (score: 0) | posted 47 hours ago by theSameTime (59 rep) | edited 47 hours ago by theSameTime (59 rep) | Toxicity 0.0 | tps/fps: 0/0
 
12:20 PM
Sorry I did not intent to take merit from your answer. Just to mention that people are very different when it comes to such kind of skills (the OP) or react on this approach (the neighbor). I simply wasn't sure OP will be able to just do it now. Saying "lucky" was meant as a valuable gift, not to play you down. Myself I'd like to have more of this courage sometimes, so I admire those who have. — puck 2 mins ago
#23682 puck (1335 rep) | A: How to convey interest after I've declined multiple invitations? (score: 0) | posted 48 hours ago by theSameTime (59 rep) | edited 48 hours ago by theSameTime (59 rep) | Toxicity 0.0 | tps/fps: 0/0
 
1:03 PM
What do you mean with passive aggressive? From your description I take he is rather "active aggressive" as in "very-straightforward-to-blunt". — theSameTime 2 mins ago
#23398 theSameTime (59 rep) | Q: How to Resolve Underlying Tension with my Best Friend (score: 4) | posted 31 days ago by Gwideon (141 rep) | edited 31 days ago by scohe001 (14786 rep) | Toxicity 0.0 | tps/fps: 0/0
 

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