"brunostar" wrote: "Karaleno3" wrote: School can be a hard place, If your having so much trouble, You need to talk to your mom. It's not right for those people to be doing that! I have been bullied, It's not fun. People talk behind my back and everything... So I would just talk to someone you can really trust, You can talk to me, I have helped a lot of people. Just contact me in any way, I promise I'll help you! To the girls you need to tell them how you feel, But If they laugh, Walk away, You don't need them, And they should know how a nice girl you are! But they can't get that, So you should make new friends. Hopefully it helped.this will help o.o
try to talk with confidence, i also have no friends in real life but its fine :)
very helpful advice!!!!thanx!!!!
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"dogfobia" wrote:For those who already don't know, I have overprotective parents. I'm already 13 and I'm still not allowed to do somethings that lower aged kids are allowed. And most kids my age already get to do these stuff. I've already talked to them but they still think I'm too young. And I have good grades and super mature for my age.List of things I'm not allowed to do: go outside alone, go to the backyard alone, go to movies, wear makeup, get a pet, date, have a phone, have fa-book, eat things without asking, buy things, go on youtube, call my friends, go to friends house, invite friends over,etcLike seriously how am I supposed to live my childhood right without doing any of these things. I've already talked to them a bunch of times and they say I can do it when I'm 18. Please help me!!!
You should consider a lot of things!
To you they may seem over protective, but I'm sure that they have your best interests in mind! They are just looking out for you and want to make sure that you stray out of trouble and don't do wrong things or get involved with wrong things!
As far as your friends saying that they can do this or that they can do that, I'm sure that you friend's parents have restriction, too. That's usually one of the big bragging rights, at 13, with your friends. Saying that their parents let them do this or let them do that!
In a way, be glad that your parents have restrictions n what you can and cannot do.
And the last thing is that you should calmly, and I emphasize CALMLY, talk to them about your restrictions and the rules! Maybe f you discuss with them why they have set these rules, you can understand them and they can understand you!
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