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TheEnvoy Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2013   Photographer
Intimacy leads to decadence
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angelichope Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013
I'm sorry to hear that!!!!!!! I hope one day you'll change your mind; I wish I had a sister.
If something bad were to happen to her, you'd probably regret not wanting her to be a part of your life, and you'd feel real sorry, as would she if it were you in that situation.
I hope whatever separates the two of you can be fixed; please don't give up on a relationship with her.
Just today I was having a conversation with someone about people who stay through hardships; my friend said "anyone that stays together through hardships, whatever they perceive those hardships to be, deserve any and all happiness they have."  and then I said "anyone who stays through hardships I think is very strong, they do deserve happiness and love, kindness, and for their hardships to end. You shouldn't give up on her just because it's easy to walk away from.
I think it's worth it to try with your sister to get along, and see and understand why she said she hates you!!! Family is a great thing; I have precious memories of family being there for me, catching when I fall, and not giving up on me—and I was a lot to handle! Try remembering the moments you had as children.
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IK-chan Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
you should talk to her, also what's her age?? because sometimes, even if they say no, when they have certain age, they gett a little more difficult...
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D-Dexter, is that you?
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Wishesonthemoon Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013  Hobbyist
:icondeedeeplz:
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Rayla Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013
Your comment totally made my day.  :D
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catgreat Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013  Student General Artist
Friends are fickle, family is forever. Make it up to her or you'll definatly regret it.
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ThiefshippingAngel Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My sister used to tell me every single day how much she hated me, and how she wanted me to die. Now look at us, we're laughing and playing together and bonding. In truth, I'd hate to hear my sister tell me she wanted to see me dead, aha.... but don't worry, it's natural for sisters to say things they don't mean. She might just be angry at you now, talk to her about it.
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Raye89 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013
You two need to talk about the issue. You might not be able to resolve it, but everything needs to be out in the open, so both of you know what's up.

If this resulted because you did not want a relationship with her, then it needs to be you who starts the conversation, and you need to let her vent her anger and hurt without turning it into an argument; you need to hear her out. After she is able to let it all out, then you two might be able to work through it.

You might need to giver her space. Some relationships do better when you're not seeing each other everyday or very frequently. My mother can be a difficult person to get along with, but we have a good relationship because I don't live with her, and we see each other once a week. Once a week is enough for us, we get together at a restaurant, enjoy good food, and chat with each other about what has been going on in the week, or what's coming up in the week ahead. Maybe you'll have to do something like that with your sister. Know that you might have to give her distance AND time, she might not be willing to hangout with you every week at first, she might want to go awhile without seeing you before she feels comfortable enough to hang out more often.
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Nerf-or-Nothing Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Sisters say these things. Everyone says hurtful things, no one can say they haven't otherwise they would be lying.
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