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Postby icsdam » Wed Mar 16, 2005 5:09 pm

Help,
my mum is really protective. i live in a town with lots of neds, chevs whatever and she wont let me go out. due to this i have no social life outside school. all the people i know smoke, drink and have experience with girls, unlike me. help, what can i do.
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Postby yo yo yo » Wed Mar 16, 2005 5:25 pm

the people i know smoke, drink and have experience with girls, unlike me. help, what can i do.


Life isn't about smoking drinking and having experiences with girls, its much more to that, its about enjoying your life and not following a crowd with what they're doing. If your not happy with having no social life outside of school then why don't you join a club or group of some kind...something that you like doing - like a football club maybe?

Your mum might be protective but she's only doing it because she loves you, she doesn't want you to fall into the wrong crowd and waste your life to smoking drinking and doing nothing with your life. She wants you to reach your potential and be the best you can so she can look at you and be proud of what you've become. =D>
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Postby lilessexgal » Wed Mar 16, 2005 6:31 pm

hmmmm i can see why your mum is being protective over you! probably not to do with the fact she dont trust you but more to do with the fact that you can get pulled into doing things quite easily (not you personally just people in general!) what i would try and do is show her that you can be trusted and wont do anything stupid! surely not all your mates drink/smoke etc so maybe you could introduce a couple of them to your mum for reassurance! and even if they did smoke etc you could still introduce them to your mum because there not always bad people!

sorry hope that made sense!
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Postby LME79 » Tue Apr 05, 2005 2:01 pm

glamourpuss_1 wrote:Look m8 i know how you feel!
Just because people around you smoke it does mean you have to smoke. Big deal they smoke you breathe!! If they are any clubs near you that have a night for say 13-17 years of age maybe you could visit there with some of your Closer m8s and get a feel for girls!

Good Luck hun!!
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Postby oO_Lisa_Oo » Fri Apr 22, 2005 11:35 am

just sit her down and tell her that you are old enough to do stuff on your own and say that she can even drop you off and pick you up and you can brng a phone wiht you or whatever
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Postby *Kizzzz* » Thu May 26, 2005 5:01 am

Could you not arrange for people to start coming round your house first? then your mum will know what type of people your socialising with and may then let you go out gradually over time. You may want to just go out and about with your mates but if you try that first it may work, if shes kept you from going out so far its obviously not going to change just like that.

Your mum is only looking out for you though, alot of mums are like that.

hope something sorts out for you soon

and dont get into all the drinking and smoking stuff. its pointless and a waste of your life!
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Re: Over protective Mom

Postby Kruelty » Fri Sep 02, 2005 11:09 pm

icsdam wrote:Help,
my mum is really protective. i live in a town with lots of neds, chevs whatever and she wont let me go out. due to this i have no social life outside school. all the people i know smoke, drink and have experience with girls, unlike me. help, what can i do.


seriously dude trust me smoking and drinking is not as good as you think.. i will list some point #1 my brother smoked at uni with his mates 1 time next thing you know he is in hospital, he was so ill he had to come home for a year
#2 my other brother at my age (14) got so drunk he passed out and got lost for 2 days, ucky he had money for food huh.
#3 im not proud of this... i went street drinking and got so drunk i smashed a window and punched my best mate in the face, he forgave me for this and said it was the beer but i still feel guilty as for the window i ran away and also feel guilty for that...

so whatever u do SMOKING & DRINKING AINT COOL it kills you inside and out!

and dont feel left out about the girls part, i also have that trouble ^^
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Postby thatsfunny » Tue Sep 06, 2005 10:12 pm

i had a mom like that, not too protective to the point where they wouldn't let me go out, but they didn't like who i hung out with and now i can see why being 20 now looking back they were so right, 2 of the lads i knocked about with are drug dealers in a big way and 1 got stabbed not long ago, so if i had stayed m8's withem that could hav bin me! but drinkin does get good when you turn 18 and you head down da pub! and all thoes 18 b/day parties! quality!
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