how do I tell my family to stop bugging me with out making them mad?
Growing up is very difficult—for both you and your parents. They remember a little bundle of joy that they held and nurtured as a baby and now they see a budding adult. These days, children face things and know about things that their parents would never have imagined at the same age. The teenagers of today look older, act older and want to be older than their counterparts did just 20 years ago. It is the desire of all parents for their children grow up in the way that they should go (loving, caring, respectful, and being of good solid character).
It is necessary that you truly understand that your parents have your best interests at heart. They will withhold privileges, set limits, and raise you to the best of their ability (neither they nor you are perfect), but be Thankful - They Care - many, many, many don't.
Ask them for guidance and seek to understand what truly motivates their decisions.
One of the best ways to prove your maturity and prove that you are ready for more trust is to be respectful of your parent’s wishes and accept their guidance. Learn how to communicate love, honor, and respect to each other - sometimes we too need to look in the mirror...Take care !!
Just ask them for a family meeting. Start talking about your problems. Maybe they will understand. I'm sure you won't hurt there feelings if you say it nicely. Don't be a brat about the situation. Just say the truth, they will understand.
Well people bug others because they want something done. So perhaps they are bugging you about your chores, homework etc. If you truly want then to stop, give them reason to stop.
Just tell them you want to gain some independence and want some space.