You are correct in observing that this "horrible" stage prepares the teens for independence, decision making, etc. But you missed the fact that it
makes the parents say "Thank God" when they finally grow up and leave. No empty nest syndrome.
All is good,for now
Took my daughter out to buy some jeans cause mama is sick as a dog now,.
Yep,everything back to flowers and puppy dogs.
Just mark this on my calendar so I can plan a camping trip with my son.
Now I know why my dad suddenly disappeared once a month,but he left me behind to fend for myself,
course I lived on a farm then and I could disappear for days
HA! Your thread cracked me up; mainly because I'm fifteen and I have to deal with my moronic girl-friends who suddenly become barbarians with
intentions to kill everything in their path. Now, I'm a chick and I was never THAT bad around a certain period of a month. Some girls have erratic
hormones, and some don't. Your daughter apparently experiences dramatic shifts in hormones. Here's some advice: if something is bothering her,
listen but don't force any advice down her throat unless you enjoy having your mind torn to shred. And stay the hell outta her way...! You have my
sincerest sympathies and wishes, so good luck.
Did you know that today was pie day??
My daughter informed me of it and was frantically trying to bake something for school.
I asked what that was, she said 3.14.
Get it pi 3.14.
There is still some hope left for our youth.
I was checking on here for my reference on the up coming Armeggedon that has taken hold over our family.
And,I must be off,or I need to evacuate sooner,maybe
the super full moon?
Hunkering in the bunker!
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