Your average teenager.

I have a tendency to be a little bit sassy when it comes to my mother..especially when it involves her trying to tell me what to do. I suppose that would be your typical teenage girl, but my darlings, Times have appeared to change. In my house I am considered a “bad kid”  when in reality I am a goody two shoes. You see, unlike your average fifteen year old, I am a virgin. I have never had any form of drug or alcohol in me (except medically prescribed.) I have never cut a single class and pull As and Bs. I don’t sneak out, look at porn, and I work hard to make my family proud. I am far from good and am absolutely not trying to sound self righteous or anything. I know that I am hard to deal with, home way more than I should be, and emotionally unstable, but I am trying..and that’s all we can do, right?

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  1. It’s not easy being a teenager – I remember when I was one. My mother however was an alcoholic, and had a prescription drug habit and married a criminal while he was jail… and .. and .. and…

    You do sound like a great teenager, if your parents care about you they are probably really great parents. I think the best thing you can do at this point to make things a little easier is try to show your parents that you are TRYING to understand where they are coming from – genuinely.

    Perhaps they will try to do the same in return and it might help stuff 🙂 Keep doing the right thing and staying away from Drugs, alcohol and promiscuity – NONE has a very good ending to them , particularly if you end up having to fight addictions before you have even had a chance to allow your mind, body and emotional intelligence to develop.

    Yes, you behave responsibly because your parents would be devastated if you were to involve yourself in stuff that hurt you, BUT you are also choosing the right path because it is YOUR FUTURE, and in the end, you will hurt yourself worst of all.

    Thanks for sharing.

    ML
    x

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