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My parents give me a lot of independence compared to some of my friends but my mom has been asking a lot of questions about the boys I like and the ones I am hanging out with, almost like she is reading my texts to them and my friends. I dont think she is but I am wondering how much I should tell her about being romantic with some of them. Is it normal to not want to discuss some of that stuff unless I want to? We kind of already had 'the talk' but maybe she wants to go more into detail, but I already know most of it and know the details and more than she probably thinks, so what should I do?
Hey! Yeah it's totally normal to not really know how to talk to your mom about boys, but if it makes you feel better, she probably feels at a bit of a loss too. However, I really think parents and kids being open and honest and talking with eachother about this stuff really strengthens your relationship. So the next time she's beating around the bush about it, try saying, "Hey, mom, is there something in particular you wanted to talk about?" She'll probably be thrilled that you're trying to let her in. Good luck!
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