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by aleadawn on 1/28/2013 6:49:19 PM
by ssunshine13 on 1/27/2013 5:36:02 PM
by osnapitzali on 1/27/2013 11:41:05 AM
Thanks Hannah H!!! I really wanted to know that it was OK to be different, because I will obviously be different, being a hypochondriac, an insomniac, atheist, AND some more... personal... things. Thanks again!!!
by Rey on 1/23/2013 7:02:30 PM
Thanks for the advice! My mom isn't THAT strict, wow. I'm allowed to get on the computer (obviously,) cut my hair, paint my nails, and wear jewelry, but I can't wear makeup. Until I'm 15. Like I said, I can't date until I'm 18, and even then I'll have to follow a million rules. Like never being alone, saving my first kiss for my wedding day, etc. SO I'm going to wait until I go to college or move away to date. And she has to approve the TV shows as well as movies that I watch, and I'm also not aloud to be really close with guys. Because she doesn't want a guy to develop feelings for me. But I am allowed to have a kind-or-sort-of (friend) relationship. So it's aggravating. And yeah, you're right. She found out about my twitter awhile ago, and I got in loads of trouble. So I don't go behind her back with stuff like that anymore. I learned my lesson. Thanks again, babe. xx
by graciegang on 1/23/2013 4:11:02 PM
I know this huge family with a really strict mom too. They can't watch TV or certain Disney movies, only G rated. Can't go on any websites. The girls can only wear skirts and long sleeve shirts. They don't paint nails, wear jewelry, makeup or cut their hair. So the mom's pretty strict too. Maybe leave her a note saying you want to have a talk or go have a girls night. Talk about girly things, but make sure you show that you're mature. Go to the mall and point out some clothes you really like. Seeing how much you're into this stuff will make her think that yeah, you're a girl too and wanna have some fun. But remember that if she still won't let you wear the clothes of your choice, or anything like that, don't go behind her back and do these things anyway. If she finds out, she'll never trust you
So, try to have fun with the things you are allowed to do. People have to understand that this is your lifestyle and need to respect it. Good luck! xoxo
by neonroxursox on 1/22/2013 11:16:36 PM
by Rey on 1/22/2013 4:59:02 PM
by graciegang on 1/22/2013 4:33:14 PM
Hey girls! Please check out the club:
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by karasinski on 1/22/2013 3:59:42 PM
by graciegang on 1/22/2013 3:59:10 PM
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