It started in year 5, my dad was going to war and all of my family knew straight away but I didn't know till a couple of months before, I asked why they didn't tell me they said because they knew I would take it the worst out of me and my brothers, I could understand that. But then in year 6 my great aunt died and I didn't know till my mum got back from the funeral when I asked her why she wasn't wearing her uniform. Then I found out my brother was moving out and I only found out because I heard my dad talk about it with my mum. They never really tell me, I suppose because it would hurt my feelings. But it hurts my feelings more when I find out they didn't tell me... Why don't they tell me straight away or wait for me to find out myself?
probably because they know or think that youll be the most upset and they dont want to see you upset
so they dont tell you to void hurting you
not realising that there probably hurting you more when you find out after they all do and have to deal with it prety much by yourself
but you need to TELL them that you dont like this
they wont tell you stuff unless you tell them you want them to
yes things you dont want to hear will ghurt you
but its better that you all go through the same thing together than everyone else to know first and then you knowing after everyone else has had time to deal/grieve
Well tell them.
They just want to make things easier for you but the truth is that it is not working.
So tell them that you want to be informed of things and that no matter what it is you want to know what is going on.
tell them it hurts more when they do that...
:) and keep in mind they think it's best for you :)
they're not doing it to hurt you...
good luck, hope I helped