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I don't want to be "daddy's little girl" anymore!

I know I shouldn't be bothered by being "daddy's little girl," but it really annoys me when my dad treats me like a little kid instead of an 11 year old.
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Im 11 years old. I have always been a good girl. My dad treats me like a baby. I recently lost my virginity. My dad dosent know. Hes always told me Im supposed o wait till Im married to have sex so I feel guilty. Should I tell him?

by jaw101999 on 12/29/2010 5:49:06 PM

 
 

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My mom knows that i'm going through puberty and stuff, and I think she tells my dad everything that I'm going through! Like breast growth, and periods and stuff, but I don't want my dad to know! That just makes it awkward between us! And i've even talked to my mom about it and nothings working!! Please help!!!!!

 

Hey chickie,


The only thing you can do is tell your mom exactly how hurt you feel when she shares your private issues with your dad.  Tell her that you trust her because she's a woman and has gone through all the same stuff, but you don't want your dad to hear about it all.  Maybe strike a deal with her - she can tell him about the bigger things {like your first period or your choice to try tampons maybe - even though that sounds horribly awkward too}, but she shouldn't fill him in about everything. But also understand where she's coming from.  She's experiencing these changes along with you and your dad is the person she shares her life with - she wants him to know what she's going through and what you're going through too.  All you can do is be honest about how you feel and try to put yourself in her shoes at the same time.  You'll get through it! <3

Lauren C.

by LeoGirl897 on 7/11/2010 4:15:48 PM

 
 

omg! im 11 too and the same thing happens to me ive tried this but it still doesnt work!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by Dancing Queen 14 on 7/2/2010 1:45:39 PM

 
 

No offense, but this made my crack up. ^_^ You just gotta put yourself in your Dad's shoes. He doesn't wanna lose his little girl. Just think about it. You wouldn't want to either, as annoying as it is to admit.

Just put up with it for a little while longer, he'll porbably come to terms with it on his own pretty soon. If I can give a bit of advice, don't date... it'd kill him. XD

by superleigh50 on 7/1/2010 1:27:12 PM

 
 

I think that u girls should luv u'r dad and let him do wat he wants to prove that he luvs ya. My Dad died 2 months before I was born so I never got to meet him. Than my Mom remarried and I got a step-dad when I was 5 they split up when I was about 7. So he's the only Dad I really know and it's not like I go over to his house every weekend either I have no communication wit him at all. I just saw him yesterday and I always get nervous around him I still love him as a Dad I just can't say it. So let u'r Dad show that he luvs u and b glad that u have a Dad.

by kaylagirl898 on 6/25/2010 3:57:24 PM

 
 

Girl, I see what your saying!! My dad calls me "Munchkin"! Smile- I think it's cute! But he doesn't call me hat in public!! Sure, your dad may be over-protective, espicially when you (and perhaps your girl classmates/friends) are starting to date! Your dad will ALWAYS see you as his "Little Girl"!

Why don't you sit down and have a chat. Show him what a responsible, respectful, resourceful, mature pre-teen you are!! Smile

by HorseRider101 on 6/21/2010 7:04:17 PM

 
 

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1. My mom canNOT take me ANYWHERE without trying to hold my hand! I am almost 11. I walked home by myself once. Me and my friend stayed at our house alone for hours. She is fine with leaving us alone, but when i'm outside, she claims that "so many kids get lost each year!" I know that's true, but i'm getting sick of it.
2. I got into a music school that i'm starting this fall. She said that until i get "used to it", she would come @ break times. (I think she forgot, though.) Every time I try to stop holding her hand or whatever, she says "Are you embarrassed of me?" It's sooooo awkward...




Hey girly, I think you should try talking to your mom. She's just worried about keeping you safe and close to her! Try telling her that you're old enough for a little independence! 
Alissa S.

by spark724 on 6/21/2010 12:55:10 PM

 
 

ummm..tell him nicely...I had the same problem a couple years ago and...well...I got tired of my parents thinking that I was a little girl. So I purposefully 'hurt' my parents by lying to them, and going behind there back. And lost my parents' trust, and the boy

by madi2on on 6/16/2010 12:14:08 AM

 
 

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My mom's WAY overprotective in my opinion. I'm 13, i think i can go on a walk with out her holding my hand. Plus, when she comes to pick me up from school and sees kids picking on me (dont worry, thats never bothered me)she tells them that she'll call there mothers. WTF? Please help me understand!




Your mom is trying to protect you, not annoy you. But if its too much, tell her that you need to be independent and do some things on your own. Its the only way to learn. 
Freddi N.

by Masquerade13 on 6/3/2010 12:30:02 PM

 
 

hey don't worry I'm 14 and my dad still call me is little girl.And I'm almost in high school.I'm the third children in the family.And there three teenager and little kid in the house.

by daddygirl on 5/31/2010 7:59:11 PM

 
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