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    Demi, sometimes it's hard to parents to find that healthy balance that keeps both parents and children happy.

    Your mum sounds cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demi View Post
    I asked if I could have the computer in my bedroom I wasnt allowed lol.
    Mum knows I am on this forum and all the stuff I am on. She DOES sometimes look over my shoulder, but she respects my privacy when it comes to my talking to my mates on MSN.

    I am the opposite to you Boxerini. I want to go to the disco in town. Mum wont let me though, because its 'dangerous.' Grr LOL Hopefully one day she wll let me.

    I am allowed to walk places with friends and I hang out at the skater/etc. Mum gives me alot of trust, but discos are a no-go area.
    Your mum sounds like a good lady Demi. I can understand her not letting you go to the disco in town because it's dangerous. Wait till you are a little older and have good friends to go with so you can keep each other safe. The world has become a much more dangerous place and you have to look after your self. I am glad that your mum gives you alot of trust. Trust goes both ways. You sounds like a sensible young lady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemiannic View Post
    Your mum sounds like a good lady Demi. I can understand her not letting you go to the disco in town because it's dangerous. Wait till you are a little older and have good friends to go with so you can keep each other safe. The world has become a much more dangerous place and you have to look after your self. I am glad that your mum gives you alot of trust. Trust goes both ways. You sounds like a sensible young lady.
    I agree with everything Bo has said! I would never had guessed you were still in high school Demi! you articulate your thoughts so well on this forum! You must do really well in English!

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    I can be sensible in alot of ways, but I am not a saint
    I like being a kid, I wish I could never grow up!
    Yes, my mum is pretty cool, I could trust her with anything - we are very close
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demi View Post
    I can be sensible in alot of ways, but I am not a saint
    I like being a kid, I wish I could never grow up!
    Yes, my mum is pretty cool, I could trust her with anything - we are very close
    Young people like you Demi give us hope for the future. Good luck to you and don't grow up too quickly, enjoy being a "kid"!

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    Yeah, both mum and dad know I am on this forum, and on facebook and stuff. They look ver my shoulder too, like what Demi said, but I have never felt a want or need to go to discos, talk on the phone etc. Usually when I do is because they call me. then I bail, saying I have to go. I dont like talking on the phone, or anything like that. I did have one bout of being 'in' once. Never again. practically ruined my life for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxerini View Post
    Yeah, both mum and dad know I am on this forum, and on facebook and stuff. They look ver my shoulder too, like what Demi said, but I have never felt a want or need to go to discos, talk on the phone etc. Usually when I do is because they call me. then I bail, saying I have to go. I dont like talking on the phone, or anything like that. I did have one bout of being 'in' once. Never again. practically ruined my life for a while.
    Really? Hmm, I know this will sound bad, but I SERIOUSLY do NOT mean it to sound bad at all! But, an old friend of mine did alot of what you are describing and she was diagnosed with anxiety-disorder or something alike. It really changed her life once diagnosed.
    What you are describing might just be your personality, but I have seen it before and this might be a foot-in-mouth observation for myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demi View Post
    Really? Hmm, I know this will sound bad, but I SERIOUSLY do NOT mean it to sound bad at all! But, an old friend of mine did alot of what you are describing and she was diagnosed with anxiety-disorder or something alike. It really changed her life once diagnosed.
    What you are describing might just be your personality, but I have seen it before and this might be a foot-in-mouth observation for myself
    Thats interesting. When I was 'in' I didnt want to do anything with my horse, Bella, I got grounded all the time, got into aLOT of trouble with other people and lost alot of my grades at school. Meant I missed out on going to a show that meant I would have qualified for a royal Grr. I was so so stupid to lose that opportunity...... im still kick myself to this day. I will never go back like that. I have a relic of that time. One of those caps that the guys wear. i hate it so bad. I get grred off every single time I see it.

    I really dont like going on the phone and MSN and stuff. I'd much rather prefer to read a good book, hang out at home, come on here etc.
    Thats not to say i dont have friends and stuff, I do, quite a lot actually ( they aree damn annoying sommtimes - nah, they just like me for my body!! lol. no way.) but I just prefer the quiet life. I would SO make a bad celeb!!
    Last edited by Brittany; 03-18-2010 at 09:17 PM. Reason: adding on

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    I have been researching Dalmatians for a few months now. They are very similar to a Kelpie when it comes to exercise requirements. They malt a hell of a lot which weaves itself into everything. Clothes, couch, carpet. And the average price for a Dally from a reputable breeder is about $1000.
    Make sure your parents know all that.
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    I hated school. I'm actually incredibly lazy so I got bad marks simply because I didn't do the work/homework. Plus, im a chatterbox
    I would only really go to 4 parties a year. I wasn't hugely interested. I don't mind my own company, which made mum worry and encourage me to go to parties,
    That makes me seem a little weird doesn't it
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