Like her religion and relationship status. She is 14 and I am very upset because she lied to me. When I casually asked her about why she changed her religion status she said "oh, I will just take it off" then blocked me from a bunch of stuff. She doesn't know that I know but basically a mutual friend told me. Would you do anything about it and if so, how do I bust her without busting the friend?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:41 AM on Jul. 7, 2011 in Teens (13-17)
Answer by onemellowmom at 12:44 AM on Jul. 7, 2011
Answer by sailorwifenmom at 12:50 AM on Jul. 7, 2011
Answer by PartyGalAnne at 1:00 AM on Jul. 7, 2011
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Answer by Rosehawk at 1:00 AM on Jul. 7, 2011
Answer by Musicmom80 at 1:01 AM on Jul. 7, 2011
IF YOU ARE WILLING TO BE OPEN TO ALLOW HER TO HAVE A DIFFERNT RELIGION FROM YOU TELL HER THAT, ALSO SHE IS OLD ENOUGH TO UNDERSTAND RESPECT, TRY EXPLAIN IT AS A FORM OF RESPECT, SHE IS ONLY 14 I'M SURE YOU OR ANOTHER ADULT PAYS FOR THE PHONE OR ONLINE CONNECTION SHE IS USING. TELL HER THAT UNTIL SHE IS ODLER 16 OR 18, YOUR CHOICE AN ADULT WILL HAVE ALL OF HER PASSWORDS OR SHE WILL NOT ENJOY THE PRIVILAGES OF BEING A TEEN. INTRODUCE HER TO MEAN MOM VS OPEN MINDED MOM, SHE MIGHT BE ABLE TO RESPECT AN OPEN MIND APPORCH. I'M NOT SAYING ALLOW HER TO DISRESPECT YOU OR HERSELF, BUT LET HER WATCH DATELINE AND SEE WHAY KIND OF OLDER MEN WANT TO DATE A 14 YEAR OLD, THEY ARE OFTEN NOT PRETTY OR HANDSOME. YOU ARE THE PARENT, LET HER KNOW IT.
Answer by wmbeener at 1:12 AM on Jul. 7, 2011
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Answer by mommy_of_two388 at 1:28 AM on Jul. 7, 2011
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