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Im 15 and I want to move back in with my Grandma

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  • Im 15 and I want to move back in with my Grandma

    For pretty much my whole childhood I've been living with my grandmother. That's until I was 13 and decided to move out to my mom's new house. I thought it would be cool living with my mom because she was pretty rich. I guess my greed got me in a pickle here.

    For the first week that I was living with her it was fine. Then it slowly went downhill, with her calling me ugly and saying that I was dumb and that I needed to stop drawing and focus on my work. Now I'm not even interested in what the kids are doing in school anymore... My grandmother was way more supportive of me than her, and was in a better mood than her too. My grandparents aren’t as rich as her but seem to have more sympathy. She’s seems jealous of my Aunt and Uncle, I don’t know why, but she hates them too. When I was 13 I wasn’t as needy for emotional support, but now I am because of how much hurt I’ve been feeling over the past 2 years. My mother doesn't let me go out and see her that often anymore. It’s affected me so much that I cry anytime I hear people fighting with each other because I can feel both of their pain… I don’t know if anyone gets me on this one though, I’m kinda dumb and over sympathetic...

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