How to deal with parents who try to get you get massages when you truthfully don't like them

I love my parents but it feels like they force me to get massages when I truthfully don't like them and it doesn't make all that relax I had 2 massages and they where by force. I also got my stomach massaged to because my mom put on the paper I want her to get every thing done, when I truthfully didn't I was Moore force and she didn't ask before she filled out the paper. Then after being force with a massage she move my clothes out the locker and I didn't know where they where I don't she understand how mad and nervous that makes she got all mad when I told her that. She said it sounds like I very mean to you , if feel like she my sister get away with her thing the food and when some one touches the food she trow all food away and doesn't seem to care , she been also trying to get me to get a massage with her when I don't want to . The same thing with my dad I thought and keep thinking I enjoy them and I do it all the time with my mom. I try to explain to them nicely . I said this I don't really want a massage I don't really want one because I don't want one and I don't like being touch . They seem to get the wrong message all the time. I'm sorry if u think i'm crazy but massages are not my thing. So is ok not to like them ? Is ok not to get one at all? Why do u think my parents want to get one so badly ? Why do you think I enjoy them when I don't at all? Advice appreciated.

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Personally, I would get a massage every chance I got. Wish I had your parents....LOL....But I do understand your issue of not wanting to be touched. Tell them the massages do nothing for you other than creep you out.

Show them this message from me to them :

"Hey Mom, Dad your loving devoted daughter does not want or like a massage at all...!!"....

"But I would gladly switch places with her anytime!"....Thanks, Dave....

,,,,,Tongue out

 

What?....Who?...Me?... .....What'd I do?..... Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a piece of crap by the clean end.

I confess myself at a complete loss as to why your parents or sister should force you to get a massage. Frankly, it sounds completely bizarre to me. And a little suspicious as well.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

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