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Sindy's Blog :: Kidzworld Member Feedback - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Check out what Kidzworld members have to say about Sindys new blog and all the issues she is dealing with.

I just wanted to thank all the peeps who have sent in their thoughts about my blog. It's hard writing all your emotions down for other people to read but all your feedback has been real positive... so thanks!

1 I think Sindy, you should sit your 'rents down and tell them what you're going through and that you don't appreciate what is going on! Cuz your still young, you need to live your life knowing you got two responsible 'rents @ home. They most probably grew up knowing that, so why can't you? Girl, you need to have fun. You musn't be stressing over them! You don't need this unessecary drama in your young life, your going to go CRAZY! You need to have a cool childhood or teenhood too, okay? They msut grow up - it's like your the adult always stressing. When you hear them fight, go down there and say, 'I'm trying to sleep okay? I don't need this. Why are you fighting? I love y'all but if you gonna break up, please just do it. I DON'T NEED THIS!' Cuz girl, you seriously do not!!! Good Luck.

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Nickname: faz91
Age: 12

1 That really sucks. The right thing is probably to confront your parents about it. But I'm not big on confrontation. When I was in that situation, I just blocked out the yelling from my mind and blasted music! Don't worry, your parents can't yell forever, they'll get over it.

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Nickname: xTh0da_32x
Age: 14

1 Hi Sindy. If you feel this way, then why don't you talk to someone or go do something that you want to do or something you enjoy a lot. That is what I do. I take your advice you give me and actally refer it to my friends when they go through the same thing. So go and have fun. Do what you wanna do and let the others around you copy you because no one is better at givin' advice than you.

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Nickname: 222CuteForU
Age: 16

1 Sindy, maybe you should ask both of them what's wrong, but ask them alone. Don't let your mom know you asked your dad and don't let your dad know you asked your mom. Listen to their sides of the story, then try to find a solution. Well, see ya lata.

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Nickname: G.G.
Age: 13

1 If you're really worried about your parents, talk to them about it. Then start getting your own life and just stay away from your parents for the time.

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Nickname: jaesgrl15
Age: 16

1 Yeah, but that's nothing. I had a crush on this guy for three and a half years and I never told no one that I liked him. Then I started to hear people talking around the school, saying that he was going with some girl. When I found out that it was true I was real heart broken. But then him and the girl broke up. I was too scared to tell him that I liked him and still no one knew that I liked him. Then him and my best friend were going out and I was really mad. But then I said to myself, 'How can I be mad when I didn't show any effort to tell him I liked him. I still LOVE him though.

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Nickname: smochie
Age: 15

1 Dude, you're in for a ride. But he probably won't try nothing so maybe you should. Maybe at the end when he walks you back.

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Nickname: John
Age: 15

1 Hey, just lay back and relax. If he likes you, let him make the first move!!!

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Nickname: love_sick_03
Age: 15

1 Hey, I had a boyfriend and he was bein' a jerk too. I know what your goin' through the best thing to do is show that boy what he needs to pay more attention to. Girl, give Simon a call. See what's up with him. He wants you to call him. 'ight, lata.

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Nickname: BabyGrl33
Age: 13

1 Girl, don't worry! You still got two loving parents who will still love no matter what.

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Nickname: teletoon
Age: 13

1 Hey Sindy - about the really cute guy thing, I think that instead of being shy you should go right up to him and introduce yourself. Find out more about him, maybe he isn't in tenth grade! Everyone knows that you can't judge a book by it's cover!

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Age: 12

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