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... I would be concerned... When I was around 11 or 12 I got really depressed because of things I'd rather not say. I still acted normal at home, but like your daughter I was really, really depressed. Thank God He saved me... but my advice to you would be to pay more attention to her. ... (8 replies)
... o daughter who went through rough times in high school her sophomore year. Same as your son, straight A's, sports, extra curricular stuff, then up and nothing. ... (6 replies)
... I really could use some advice here. I thought the terrible twos were the most difficult years in terms of parenting, however, I don't know if I'll make it through these teenage years. ... (4 replies)

Teens Drinking
May 30, 2005
... kid and how good I was and that I must be a miserable person for not ever having done the things that are part of life and that she was so sorry that she was my daughter and so sick of hearing about all the good things that I did. It was then that I said something that I am not proud of...I told K. ... (217 replies)
... We had a little bit of a crisis sneaking up on us on the homefront. Having 2 teenage girls has been quite a challenge lately and although this may belong on the parenting post I fell we may have better luck here with people we have grown to trust. I know there's a variety of ages here... ... (81 replies)
Nov 30, 2004
... You say you have family where you are...are they supportive and does your daughter have a good relationship with them? ... (6 replies)
... promised to keep you safe and to give you the best in life. It's really not an easy job....and the teenage years are really the hardest. And the world is full of really dangerous things.... ... (18 replies)
... The best strategy right now is to sit down with your daughter and recognize verbally that she is soon to be a teenager. ... (2 replies)
... re at our home. It has progressed very quickly to a need for them to be together all of the time. This girl's mom does not enforce any rules or curfew upon her daughter at all. My son decided last week that he would ignore curfew and spend the night at her house, which resulted in him "running away" for 4 days! ... (6 replies)
... nd that there is really nothing more we can do other than wait for it to take effect. It would be unrealistic to expect it to take full effect now during these teenage years when they are trying to find themselves as a separate entity from their parents. ... (20 replies)
... dad, when asked what she was laughing at she replied you, your a joke. What do you do with a child who stands there and says stop antagonising me you are getting on my nerves she will be 5 in march, and as i said with her mood swings its like she is premenstrual. ... (13 replies)
... My sweet, intelligent and affectionate daughter recently turned 3yrs old and has gone from baby to BOSS! I just seems like all of a sudden she is a little girl with a mind of her own. ... (8 replies)
... What i see is a normal teenage girl. At that age every girl or boy for that matter will try and push the bounderies!! I hated my parents at one point. ... (64 replies)

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