My guess is this.<br />
1. They don't hate you, they take you for granted. They feel you're a safe person to take out their frustrations of their own lives.<br />
2. You allow them to do it. Respect yourself by not allowing anyone to treat you badly. Don't put up with it. It's that simple.<br />
But you're Thai, so you've been taught to show respect with longsuffering, so it's difficult, yes?
I don't hate you, but your whining about how everyone hates you is not inspiring a desire to know you more.
Apparently you must be a real ****.
most likely your very loved but sometimes we lose touch with the basics and have to be jolted somewhat....
It's probably a stupid reason, I would bet on them being judgmental and making assumptions on little info, and probably being close-minded. I have experienced that same thing before, and that's what it was. It's people who think there is a certain way that everyone should be and act like and they have problems when someone doesn't meet their narrow and specific expectations or you aren't in the box they'd like to put you in. So don't let it get to you, let it roll off your back. they don't have to like you, you don't have to like them. Like yourSELF and say to hell with them. They'll come around, and if they don't their loss. that's how I think of it.
Define "hate you" for us. How are they "hating" you? Make sure your definition of hate is on par before labeling it as such. <br />
If your definition of hate is on par? Then ask yourself if maybe it's something you're doing to them or have done to them. <br />
If it isn't something you're doing to them or have done to them in the past? Then they may be just extremely emotionally ill people who do not know how to love or even like. <br />
If that's the case? Save yourself by getting away from them for your own lifes sake... Best of luck.
You might be misinterpreting their words and actions. They probably don't hate you. I don't hate you I'm sure it's probably in your head.
I don't know you and don't hate you. Family can be critical and at times hard to deal with. I think we all have felt unloved before so cheer up!