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post #21 of 42 Old 03-13-2008, 09:25 PM
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i went through the know it all stage, and then the extremely rebellious stage. I feel sorry for my parents. They had to deal with a lot from me. But I actually think that me moving out actually helped in a strange way. My parents were against it, but I think now they really cherish the time they spend with me now. And I don't fight with my mom anymore either.
Yeahh I was a bad kid sometimes But I have since grown up I just hope my kids aren't like that

Last year for mother's day, I got her a hummel statue. (She collects them) And I forget the saying, but it was cute, very cute. I made her cry too. But it was the good type of crying.


Wow... Appy we're more alike than I thought! My mom was 100% against me moving out (especially since it was to live with Rich) but my mom and I have never been closer. I did move away to Quebec for a year prior, which helped a ton, but it was something completely different when I moved out to live in the same city..


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post #22 of 42 Old 03-13-2008, 09:35 PM Thread Starter
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JDI and Appylover we are all alike!

When I moved out my mom was so mad (mind you I was 16) but I never went home and we had never been closer then we were after I moved out and we stopped fighting!
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this is my move out story. I did a semester at college and truly hated it, but told my mom I liked it because I knew it would make her happy. (always thought she was comparing me to my older brother) So after my grades reflected how I felt about college, we got into a huge arguement. At that time, I was spending every waking minute with Tom. So I told my parents I needed time away from them to think about it. (they were saying stuff like "we'll buy you a new car if you go back" and I didn't believe it) So I stayed over at Tom's apart and we talked it over and he suggested me moving it (we were going out for less than a month) and obviously I loved that idea. When I told my parents they were against it and were like no you can't do that, which made me almost tell Tom I wasn't going to be moving in.
So one day, when my parents, brother and sister all weren't home, I packed up my clothes and left. They were upset and pissed that I did that, but it's really been good for my family, I feel anyways.
I just feel bad for my sister because we used to do a lot together, but I mean, we still talk on the phone and do silly stuff now. And I see it, as it was bound to happen some time. Why not sooner than later?
But now my parents are cool with it. Haven't told them about Tom and I wanting our own house. But I figure an engagement is enough for them now
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post #24 of 42 Old 03-14-2008, 01:35 AM
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Snobby, know-it-all, I'm-too-good-for-everyone people are the EXACT reason that I am now HOMESCHOOLED. Did public school up until 9th grade, but switched for 10th! I was sick of the attitudes!
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I am actually the complete opposite of the typical teenager! I'm 16, but alot older than my years, but i'm not one of those snobby-know-it-alls. There are groups of girls at my school, who we call the "plastics", because they wear so much make-up they look like a bunch of barbie dolls, and they wears skirts that are no wider than a belt! They are so bitchy and nasty and look down at people who they think are "below them", when they can't even string one intelligent sentance together The group of girls I hang around with have gradually got more snotty as they've got older, but to make it worse, three of them have horses of their own, which makes them even more snobby!! They are complete know-it-alls, they drive me up the wall, but I don't have anyone else to hang around with, so I have no choice. They are so immature, they won't even walk to lessons on their own for fear of being seen without anyone glued to their hip, how pathetic? They are going to get such a nasty shock when we leave school, if they can't even walk to lessons on their own, they ain't got a cat in hells chance of surviving in the real world!!

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Snobby, know-it-all, I'm-too-good-for-everyone people are the EXACT reason that I am now HOMESCHOOLED. Did public school up until 9th grade, but switched for 10th! I was sick of the attitudes!
You ride horses? Heh get used to the snobby girls. You will have to deal with it all your life.
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Snobby, know-it-all, I'm-too-good-for-everyone people are the EXACT reason that I am now HOMESCHOOLED. Did public school up until 9th grade, but switched for 10th! I was sick of the attitudes!
You ride horses? Heh get used to the snobby girls. You will have to deal with it all your life.
Unfortunatly you are right.
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JDI and Appylover we are all alike!

When I moved out my mom was so mad (mind you I was 16) but I never went home and we had never been closer then we were after I moved out and we stopped fighting!
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this is my move out story. I did a semester at college and truly hated it, but told my mom I liked it because I knew it would make her happy. (always thought she was comparing me to my older brother) So after my grades reflected how I felt about college, we got into a huge arguement. At that time, I was spending every waking minute with Tom. So I told my parents I needed time away from them to think about it. (they were saying stuff like "we'll buy you a new car if you go back" and I didn't believe it) So I stayed over at Tom's apart and we talked it over and he suggested me moving it (we were going out for less than a month) and obviously I loved that idea. When I told my parents they were against it and were like no you can't do that, which made me almost tell Tom I wasn't going to be moving in.
So one day, when my parents, brother and sister all weren't home, I packed up my clothes and left. They were upset and pissed that I did that, but it's really been good for my family, I feel anyways.
I just feel bad for my sister because we used to do a lot together, but I mean, we still talk on the phone and do silly stuff now. And I see it, as it was bound to happen some time. Why not sooner than later?
But now my parents are cool with it. Haven't told them about Tom and I wanting our own house. But I figure an engagement is enough for them now
How strange that we're all so similar. I didn't move out for the first time until I was 18, that was to Quebec for a year at school... moving in with Rich just kind of happened; his house was a lot closer to work (still a 45 minute drive though) than my parents' and it was a very gradual move.... haha so much so that my parents weren't able to rebel much! But then we found an apartment together and that appearantly set my parents off...


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post #29 of 42 Old 03-14-2008, 12:04 PM
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once when my parents were cool with me and tom living together in his apartment (it was about a 20 min drive from my house) then we moved in with his dad (which is now over an hour drive) and my mom actually hung up on me.

Oh well. They're cool with it now.

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JDI and Appylover we are all alike!
We really are. It's pretty cool!
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post #30 of 42 Old 03-14-2008, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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After my first move out my mom was pretty darn supportive. I went back home for awhile and then I met George. I moved in with him after we had only been dating for about 3 weeks. Then last year we moved 4 hours away from my mom and she has been really good. I guess we are married and that makes a difference...lol
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