Hate seems like a strong emotion for a good person to feel about another good person. You're well within your rights to dislike or not want to be around anyone, including your family, though.
You need to communicate with them about how their actions make you feel and also learn not to count on them in those situations. You'll be happier for it.
The way I figure it is that different people are good at different things. You can tell your family how their negativity or their not believing in you affects you and see if that changes anything, but you can't change their nature. If they can't give you what you need there, you might need to find friends who are better at believing in you. And no one can know that you need help if you don't ask. Communication is the key to all relationships.
No probs. I know how much it sucks to not be able to count on your family.
If you are young yes. And it's probably not hate as much as "can't stand" and "annoyed" and "have nothing in common" or "age gap" it's natural, because everyone wants to be the boss in the family.
The hardest lesson is the lesson of survival. Remember, mother birds throw their young out of the best. You do have to learn to be your own supporter, create your own path, accept your failures are yours, and successes are to. :( because life is never fair. It gives when it gives, it takes, when it takes, and we must learn to accept that living thru it, is more important that looking back, except to learn from our mistakes.
perceptions differ........you cant love everyone........but dont atleast hate...... you dislike them hate is a bigger word you know!!!!!!
do u think u r good?
someone needs to throw a ******* grammar book through your face
ok it's cool
Yes. But why would you hate your family if they are good people?
Like I said. I think it's possible to hate your family whilst you and they are good people, but from what you say I don't think your hatred is a justified reason.