This year, prom is all about vibrant colors and pretty details, like flowing ribbons and butterfly designs, that'll get you noticed on the most important night of your high school life. Whether you prefer a traditional prom look or a much wilder style, we've got the goods on different dresses to match your different personalities.
Prom Dresses - Classic Look
You're simple and sophisticated, and your wardrobe consists of timeless pieces that never go out of style. You're a classic girl, so the perfect prom look for you is a dress with clean, simple lines without all the bows and lace. This black sateen strapless dress with a ruffled hem from Shoshanna totally suits you because it's understated yet elegant.
Prom Dresses - Romantic Look
Lucky for you, pastel shades are totally hot for prom this year! Since your inner princess charming screams for anything pink, you'll truly be standing pretty in all shades of pink with this sheer organza dress from Nordstrom's. Its cute, rose-colored bows make the dress even more feminine, which is perfect for playing up your girly personality.
I keep saying stupid things and messing up with my friends and now they hate me. /.\ Don't say "they don't deserve you" or something, because I don't deserve them. They're great friends and I'm just... stupid.
I'm sorry dear but things do get better and its not your fault. Everyone messes up, its just a part a life. If you need to talk and explain to me with more info you can, I'm here. :)
^^This. You're not stupid either. Everybody makes mistakes and messes things up.
Don't make your mom get irritated or she might start abusing you too. Talk to a counselor at school or something and figure out a way, like living with a relative or something.
A counsellor is a good idea but talking to your mom is more important. She's your guardian. Don't worry about irritating her, tell her how you feel. Communication is important and the fear of getting abused should never ever get in between your relationship unless it's a previous factor in that relationship (not one with someone else). You have a right to tell her how you feel and have a discussion with her about it. I'm sure you can come to some sort of understanding. And if not, then maybe talk to someone outside the family. But don't go behind her back and talk to someone else about it unless it's 100% necessary for your family. She needs to know how you feel.
I know it must feel awful. But you have to remember that your parents still love you, they just don't have time to show it sometimes. Autism requires a lot of work, attention, and support. Unfortunately that's a sacrifice you make for family. Sometimes you have to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. They're doing this for the family.