Thursday, July 23, 2009

I'm asking anyone with experience in this situation to please give me your feedback. We are at the end of our rope and don't know what to do!
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    girl i can so relate but i think i am lucky as my girls have been pretty good they are 19 and 20 it is the boys what was a handful for us... they are 21 and 19 but that has slowed down and pretty much stopped but i did hit my 21 year old he was just grrr all the time with me and when his dad was home he was the perfect child... his dad seen his when he didn't know his dad was here wow he changed fast it was like he told justin(son) i don't his your mother you never will again either.. and he hasn't and now he is married and his daughter will be born next month and then he goes back to iraq in feb so i guess i have a blessing coming out of this
    3696 days ago
    i still can't watch/listen but your face and plea under the face touched my heart and i just wanted you to know i'm here, but i have no children of my own(just the ones i babysit) and i've had no hair-pulling type concerns with any of them...take a few deep breaths before tackling your girl...i'm sure she's worth it...karen3
    3708 days ago
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    girl if this is what i have to look forward to... lord help me!! but i got some time to get my mind right... a good 17 years, hahaha... maybe that's the problem, you needed more time to prepare and discipline!!
    3708 days ago
    Wow, I can sense your pain and frustration. I am a mother of two daughters 22 and 18 and there is light at the end of the tunnel and it is not a train! I had a similar situation with my daughter at the age of 14 in our home with us home! The boldness killed me. I had no clue what to do. We seriously just talked to our daughter about this. She has very low self esteem despite being beautiful. No matter what we took away from her there was no reaction which then made me want to shake and beat her! We have worked with her over the last 4 years and now things are better! You also have to know that at age 18 they are adults and we are supposed to guide them and let them make their own mistakes. You must not give up on your child this only leads to further issues, trust me I have lived through this and survived. I still have a 14 year old boy to deal with but I know there are still rough days ahead of me! Best of luck to you and your family!
    3708 days ago
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