She has a music teacher who slams her hand down and says "that sucks, I can't do this anymore" and has picked favorites and has totally ignored my daughter (a first chair flute) ever since my daughter decided she couldn't commit to the time for the pit orchestra for the school play, and this teacher also has "friended" students on Facebook, and a French teacher who apparently tries to hard to relate gets in her face and gets on her nerves. I also hear about the many students in her classes who just text under the table, say horrible things about others that the teacher cannot hear, and just don't pay attention in class or copy off her. She came home and posted on her FB status "School is just not my thing anymore" She is a high honors student, who wants to go to a good college and make something of herself, but I feel we are "losing her" in a sense. I know she must get through this, but nothing I say seems to help!
She doesn't have to go through HS. Homeschool. She can take the GED asap in your state and start college. Community college while living at home would be safest and cheapest.
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You don't have to learn to live in horrible conditions and put up with "sucky" people. You can teach your children to change their circumstances and not waste their lives dealing with negative people. Maybe if women weren't told from the time that they little girls that they always had to put up with everything more women would have happier lives.
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