Have any of you read someones personal diary

Have any of you read someone's personal diary?


My older sister usually lends me some of her library books and magazines to read.
We're quite close and I'm aloud to hang out in her room even when she's not there.

One of the days i found a black hardback book behind a desk.
It was hard to reach and I had a feeling i shouldn't read it but I did anyway.

I started on a random page around the middle of the book and was literaly scarred for life lol.
She'd written paragraphs of her boyfriends and sex and a ton of kinky shit that I really didn't need to see.

The reason why I was so baffled was because at our household relationships and romance movies are completely forbidden.

When I was 9, I wrote in my diary that there was a boy that I found really cute; you wouldn't beleive how much yelling I got after Mum found out.

So anyways after reading her diary I knew I had to tell her that it wasn't good to have around because if I accidently found it then that means our Mum could too.
It felt so awkward talking to her about it and my face was flushed red near the end.

Sometimes i feel the need to write but because our parents are so nosy I'm afraid to.
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Unfortunately, yes, I have.

I’ve read my older sister’s journal.
I assure you, I regret it.

My sister’s journal is filled with page after page of how she hates me, how she wishes I wasn’t born, wasn’t her sister, I was a monster, horrible person, etc.
Her way of writing hasn’t changed since she was 10; She’s almost 18, now.

I never got along with her, but all my efforts to change that were suddenly voided when I read those things.
My efforts have no effect and don’t mean anything because she doesn’t care that I’m trying and won’t try to get along in return.

The thing that hurts worse is that she doesn’t know I read those things, she doesn’t care that my mom will eventually read the same things.
Worse, my mom won’t do anything to change how she’s acting—not writing.

So many other people look to their older siblings and parents as role models and heroes.
It’s such an awful thing to admit that I can’t—I can only look to them as how I should never act.
It really pains me because not having such relationships means that I am so much more alone among those who are supposed to love me most.
I won’t ever have their support, nor can I look to them for advice.


Have any of you read someone's personal diary?


My older sister usually lends me some of her library books and magazines to read.
We're quite close and I'm aloud to hang out in her room even when she's not there.

One of the days i found a black hardback book behind a desk.
It was hard to reach and I had a feeling i shouldn't read it but I did anyway.

I started on a random page around the middle of the book and was literaly scarred for life lol.
She'd written paragraphs of her boyfriends and sex and a ton of kinky shit that I really didn't need to see.

The reason why I was so baffled was because at our household relationships and romance movies are completely forbidden.

When I was 9, I wrote in my diary that there was a boy that I found really cute; you wouldn't beleive how much yelling I got after Mum found out.

So anyways after reading her diary I knew I had to tell her that it wasn't good to have around because if I accidently found it then that means our Mum could too.
It felt so awkward talking to her about it and my face was flushed red near the end.

Sometimes i feel the need to write but because our parents are so nosy I'm afraid to.
.
.



Unfortunately, yes, I have.

I’ve read my older sister’s journal.
I assure you, I regret it.

My sister’s journal is filled with page after page of how she hates me, how she wishes I wasn’t born, wasn’t her sister, I was a monster, horrible person, etc.
Her way of writing hasn’t changed since she was 10; She’s almost 18, now.

I never got along with her, but all my efforts to change that were suddenly voided when I read those things.
My efforts have no effect and don’t mean anything because she doesn’t care that I’m trying and won’t try to get along in return.

The thing that hurts worse is that she doesn’t know I read those things, she doesn’t care that my mom will eventually read the same things.
Worse, my mom won’t do anything to change how she’s acting—not writing.

So many other people look to their older siblings and parents as role models and heroes.
It’s such an awful thing to admit that I can’t—I can only look to them as how I should never act.
It really pains me because not having such relationships means that I am so much more alone among those who are supposed to love me most.
I won’t ever have their support, nor can I look to them for advice.


Have any of you read someone's personal diary?


My older sister usually lends me some of her library books and magazines to read.
We're quite close and I'm aloud to hang out in her room even when she's not there.

One of the days i found a black hardback book behind a desk.
It was hard to reach and I had a feeling i shouldn't read it but I did anyway.

I started on a random page around the middle of the book and was literaly scarred for life lol.
She'd written paragraphs of her boyfriends and sex and a ton of kinky shit that I really didn't need to see.

The reason why I was so baffled was because at our household relationships and romance movies are completely forbidden.

When I was 9, I wrote in my diary that there was a boy that I found really cute; you wouldn't beleive how much yelling I got after Mum found out.

So anyways after reading her diary I knew I had to tell her that it wasn't good to have around because if I accidently found it then that means our Mum could too.
It felt so awkward talking to her about it and my face was flushed red near the end.

Sometimes i feel the need to write but because our parents are so nosy I'm afraid to.
.
.



Unfortunately, yes, I have.

I’ve read my older sister’s journal.
I assure you, I regret it.

My sister’s journal is filled with page after page of how she hates me, how she wishes I wasn’t born, wasn’t her sister, I was a monster, horrible person, etc.
Her way of writing hasn’t changed since she was 10; She’s almost 18, now.

I never got along with her, but all my efforts to change that were suddenly voided when I read those things.
My efforts have no effect and don’t mean anything because she doesn’t care that I’m trying and won’t try to get along in return.

The thing that hurts worse is that she doesn’t know I read those things, she doesn’t care that my mom will eventually read the same things.
Worse, my mom won’t do anything to change how she’s acting—not writing.

So many other people look to their older siblings and parents as role models and heroes.
It’s such an awful thing to admit that I can’t—I can only look to them as how I should never act.
It really pains me because not having such relationships means that I am so much more alone among those who are supposed to love me most.
I won’t ever have their support, nor can I look to them for advice.


Have any of you read someone's personal diary?


My older sister usually lends me some of her library books and magazines to read.
We're quite close and I'm aloud to hang out in her room even when she's not there.

One of the days i found a black hardback book behind a desk.
It was hard to reach and I had a feeling i shouldn't read it but I did anyway.

I started on a random page around the middle of the book and was literaly scarred for life lol.
She'd written paragraphs of her boyfriends and sex and a ton of kinky shit that I really didn't need to see.

The reason why I was so baffled was because at our household relationships and romance movies are completely forbidden.

When I was 9, I wrote in my diary that there was a boy that I found really cute; you wouldn't beleive how much yelling I got after Mum found out.

So anyways after reading her diary I knew I had to tell her that it wasn't good to have around because if I accidently found it then that means our Mum could too.
It felt so awkward talking to her about it and my face was flushed red near the end.

Sometimes i feel the need to write but because our parents are so nosy I'm afraid to.
.
.



Unfortunately, yes, I have.

I’ve read my older sister’s journal.
I assure you, I regret it.

My sister’s journal is filled with page after page of how she hates me, how she wishes I wasn’t born, wasn’t her sister, I was a monster, horrible person, etc.
Her way of writing hasn’t changed since she was 10; She’s almost 18, now.

I never got along with her, but all my efforts to change that were suddenly voided when I read those things.
My efforts have no effect and don’t mean anything because she doesn’t care that I’m trying and won’t try to get along in return.

The thing that hurts worse is that she doesn’t know I read those things, she doesn’t care that my mom will eventually read the same things.
Worse, my mom won’t do anything to change how she’s acting—not writing.

So many other people look to their older siblings and parents as role models and heroes.
It’s such an awful thing to admit that I can’t—I can only look to them as how I should never act.
It really pains me because not having such relationships means that I am so much more alone among those who are supposed to love me most.
I won’t ever have their support, nor can I look to them for advice.


Have any of you read someone's personal diary?


My older sister usually lends me some of her library books and magazines to read.
We're quite close and I'm aloud to hang out in her room even when she's not there.

One of the days i found a black hardback book behind a desk.
It was hard to reach and I had a feeling i shouldn't read it but I did anyway.

I started on a random page around the middle of the book and was literaly scarred for life lol.
She'd written paragraphs of her boyfriends and sex and a ton of kinky shit that I really didn't need to see.

The reason why I was so baffled was because at our household relationships and romance movies are completely forbidden.

When I was 9, I wrote in my diary that there was a boy that I found really cute; you wouldn't beleive how much yelling I got after Mum found out.

So anyways after reading her diary I knew I had to tell her that it wasn't good to have around because if I accidently found it then that means our Mum could too.
It felt so awkward talking to her about it and my face was flushed red near the end.

Sometimes i feel the need to write but because our parents are so nosy I'm afraid to.
.
.



Unfortunately, yes, I have.

I’ve read my older sister’s journal.
I assure you, I regret it.

My sister’s journal is filled with page after page of how she hates me, how she wishes I wasn’t born, wasn’t her sister, I was a monster, horrible person, etc.
Her way of writing hasn’t changed since she was 10; She’s almost 18, now.

I never got along with her, but all my efforts to change that were suddenly voided when I read those things.
My efforts have no effect and don’t mean anything because she doesn’t care that I’m trying and won’t try to get along in return.

The thing that hurts worse is that she doesn’t know I read those things, she doesn’t care that my mom will eventually read the same things.
Worse, my mom won’t do anything to change how she’s acting—not writing.

So many other people look to their older siblings and parents as role models and heroes.
It’s such an awful thing to admit that I can’t—I can only look to them as how I should never act.
It really pains me because not having such relationships means that I am so much more alone among those who are supposed to love me most.
I won’t ever have their support, nor can I look to them for advice.

Updated: 19.06.2019 — 3:44 pm

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