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The Odds Are Never In My Favor
1 week ago · · Family problems,
So heres a thought. So basically, my sisters came up with a "great" idea. Keep this in mind, it was their idea, and DEFINITELY not mine. They wanted to switch rooms. My younger sister would share with my twin and I would basically get my own room, just my little brother sleeps in my room (hes autistic and sleeps better with an older sibling). Anyways, at first I wasn't so sure, but then I went along with it. The major issue was that my younger sisters room, the one that I would potentially move into, it was really messy. So they cleaned like a small portion, and eventually they wanted to start moving stuff out so they proposed the idea to my mom. She initially said, oh this is going to be a trial run, and specifically said not to move out all the stuff of each other's rooms until it was over because the decision wasn't final. Well, they weren't listening and decided to move everything out, so that's what I had to do. They had their minds made up, so I had to go along with it. Everybody fights with siblings right? Well, my sisters got into a few fights and all of a sudden my younger sister wants to have her old room back. I mean, its not fair to me because all my life I've shared a room, never had my own, so whenever I got into a fight, I'd just stick it out and get over it, and not to mention I didn't exactly have the option to move into a different room. My younger sister, however, has always had her own room, and it really sucks because knowing that no matter how many times it gets cleaned, it always goes back to being dirty. Also, my younger sister isn't that young anymore, yet she's still treated that way. Its also not fair to me because she was just saying that oh it's my decision. It's like my opinion in everything doesn't matter, and that they completely disregard my feelings, even though I put in the work and I do things to satisfy their needs and NOT my own. So I really am at a loss at how to feel or think. I just got done crying about it. I mean, it may sound like stupid family stuff, but a little advice on how to approach this situation would be great.