Angry And Jealous Of My Sister

by Anonymous

Last night me and my sister got into this huge fight because of something stupid. I think it was over how I called her a slut earlier, and then she said she was done with me and I just thought to myself are you serious?

Then we just started fighting and got into our first big first hair pulling fight. We went at it like 5 times. I would mainly start it, and at one point I got so mad because she had my hair I just bit her arm.



She freaked out, and that's when I was what the hell?

I felt so bad afterwords because I know this just damaged our relationship for a while. It was because I've been so jealous of her and how she has been hanging out with my friends. Like she's stealing my shine with my friends.

Now it seems like they like her more than me and I can't really do anything about it because she's friends with them too, and I have to work all the time.




Response from Dr. DeFoore

Hello, and thanks for telling your story here. Nobody can steal your shine. Your shine comes from inside you, and nobody can take that away from you.

If you're willing to put a little effort into this, you might try the journaling processes on this page. That will help you review any past trauma you may have had, focus your anger, and create a more positive attitude about yourself and others.

You don't want to let your anger cause you to do things you regret. You felt bad after attacking your sister because that aggression doesn't match up with who you really are. The three journaling processes will help you contain your anger and the positive journaling will help you connect with your good heart.

Believe in yourself and the goodness inside you. Your sister is no threat to you, because you're one of a kind, and nobody can take your place.

My very best to you,

Dr. DeFoore

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