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Hey! So I saw your comment on the article called "My 'rents won't get off my case.
So first, find a time to talk to them, when they are in a good mood.
Then tell your parents that you need to talk to them. You can talk to both your parents, or just one by one. Sit them down on sofa/chair, because this will let them know that you are serious in needing to talk. Hopefully the TV or other distractions aren't on!
Start off by telling her that you have something important to tell her and that you need her support. Then just tell her how you are inspired by the goth style, and would like to express yourself through that way. Make sure you explain to her what goth really is- she might have the wrong idea.
Tell her that you are ready to compromise, because you understand that your family might at first be uncomfortable with different style-goth
But remember: THEY ARE YOUR PARENTS AND LIKELY WANT THE BEST FOR YOU. SO TRY NOT TO PUSH THEM, BUT GENTLY TELL THEM ABOUT WHO YOU ARE AND WANT TO BE.
If you reaaaaaaaaaally want to dress gothic, why don't you start with smaller things, like accessories, and gradually build it up, so it won't be too much of a surprise to your family.
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