her father and I gave her permission to go to a bonfire with her friends. When our daughter came home this morning I asked her where she was & why did she not call? She says she was at her friends house and fell asleep. I told our daughter this is not acceptable and there is no excuse for her not to call her father and I. Our daughter says she is telling the truth and is not makeing up any excuses. Our daughter is now angry with me because I told her she has to stay home today. When her father comes home were going to have a chat with her. She has never pulled this before and is a good kid. I still want to get the point across that what she did was wrong. How can I make her see it that way??Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 5:43 PM on Jun. 25, 2010 in Teens (13-17)
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I would tell her it's not that we don't believe you, but we were really worried and it's not okay not to call. That is part of the responsibility of going out.
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