My daughter has turned 15 in June now she is rushing me to pay for her permit lessons and test...what she doesn't understand is that I feel as if I let her have her driving lessons she is one less step close to being free from me! am I being selfish? She does baby sits and eventuallywill pay for herself and she is a wonderful kid I just have the anxiety that she is growing up and is not my baby any longer....now she says we are friends...I don't want to be her friend I want to be her mommy, her hero...I know, I know I am wrong but what can I do?Answer Question
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Answer by Laila-May at 1:16 PM on Jul. 27, 2010
Let her have the freedom she can handle. To insure a lifelong relationship you need to treat her with respect and let her go so she will want to be with you. I have 3 adult sons. We homeschooled and homeschooled kids mature quicker and are more responsible, in general. As teens I let them do things at different ages. My middle son was very responsible. When he was 16 I let him drive 3 hours from our house to IU to spend a week with his brother in the dorm. My rule with him was "don't do anything that could involve the police or the ER." He never did.
She may need more rules if she has done stupid stuff. Make sure she knows everything about getting pregnant and birth control. Foam with condoms boosts effectiveness up to 99%. Show her where to buy condoms and foam and tell her its ok for the girl to buy it. Kids have sex.
Answer by Gailll at 1:25 PM on Jul. 27, 2010
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