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Reply #30 posted 11/26/17 1:45pm

BizzyTheBunny

luvsexy4all said:

ThatWhiteDude said:

But how should I do it?

get someone to do it while u interact with him

This could be a good advice, but didn't TWD state that no one can tell about the mood of his brother? How do you know when he's getting attacked next time?

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Reply #31 posted 11/26/17 1:57pm

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Reply #32 posted 11/27/17 11:19am

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ThatWhiteDude said:

LadyLayla said:

There is SO much I want to say and could ramble on for an infinite amount of pages but first things first....your safety!

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You have a right to be safe! If your brother is following you over to your grandmother's house, then that is an issue. Your brother is now stalking you. This is a domestic violence situation. That is taken very seriously by police here in the states but I don't know how this applies to other locations. I know you are afraid of airing your family's "dirty laundry" but at least talk to the authorities (police, social workers, priest, physician) whether charges are pressed or not. If there are bruises on your body, take pictures. If there is an injury severe enough to send you to the ER are medical staff encouraged to report suspected abuse? (it is law here in the states).

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I am the mother of a son (about your age) with mild Aspergers. Try to keep yourself safe, document incidents, and see if you can begin a conversation with a trusted friend. Right now it doesn't look as if your family sees this situation as a threat to your physical health. comfort comfort

I think I put this wrong. He's not following me. He's in the military and sometimes visits us. But he's sometimes in a bad mood and he can be very aggressive if that's the case. You better don't talk to him.

Understood. Then I do have some other questions. Has your brother always been agressive toward you? (Pre-military). If your sister could hear you getting the crap beat out of you, has she intervened on your behalf? If not, was she worried about getting the crap beaten our of her? If your brother is the "favorite child" does your Mom not see his agressive behavior. Do you think she doesn't see it, or refuses to see it?

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Reply #33 posted 11/29/17 9:39am

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LadyLayla said:

ThatWhiteDude said:

I think I put this wrong. He's not following me. He's in the military and sometimes visits us. But he's sometimes in a bad mood and he can be very aggressive if that's the case. You better don't talk to him.

Understood. Then I do have some other questions. Has your brother always been agressive toward you? (Pre-military). If your sister could hear you getting the crap beat out of you, has she intervened on your behalf? If not, was she worried about getting the crap beaten our of her? If your brother is the "favorite child" does your Mom not see his agressive behavior. Do you think she doesn't see it, or refuses to see it?

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He was agressive before the military, there was a time when it wouldn't stop for two to three years. My sister and I are twins so we are at the same age, so she was scared to intervene on my behalf. I don't know if my mother sees his agressive behavior, it's often the case that he's provocating me and she's right there but doesn't do anything, and when I start to get him back she's attacking me.

I think that she's a little bit scared, because he's bigger than her and he can be really loud and bossy.

[Edited 11/29/17 9:40am]

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Reply #34 posted 11/30/17 3:34pm

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BizzyTheBunny said:

luvsexy4all said:

get someone to do it while u interact with him

This could be a good advice, but didn't TWD state that no one can tell about the mood of his brother? How do you know when he's getting attacked next time?

do something that normally provokes him

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