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Hidden behind that big, pimply, hormonal adolescent is our little baby. Discuss anything about adolescence and raising teenagers here. Or if you are a teenager, talk about being one and dealing with those darn parents.
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Postby tawynanaustin » October 30th, 2012, 12:58 pm

My daughter was hiding food/candy/etc. under her bed at my house and her grandparents. Solution: taken bed away and placed in storage for 30days. She hasn't done it again. She stole jewelry from me and grandmother. Solution: Her Nanna spend the day shopping so she would have her own. She stopped for 4 months and she's back doing it again. She's been sent to the principal for distrupting the class, which leads to school suspension. Solution: punishment(no TV, cell,ninotendo DS) But she has the "i don't care attitude" when i tell her she will have consequences for her actions. I have stopped yelling/screaming at her to make her understand she needs to make better decisions. I have left the room when others like her grandparents, aunts, or uncles try to discuss it with her so she wouldn't feel that EVERYBODYS GAINING UP ON HER. I tried the guidance counselor,individual and family counseling.
I have had ENUFF.
NOW, Im about to pull out the belt.
Any suggestions.

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Re: Discpline

Postby cyrahaz » October 3rd, 2014, 5:45 am


Part of being a human.

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Re: Discpline

Postby Farzana Yesmin » December 23rd, 2016, 7:19 pm

I am a teenage girl.In this age, i clearly notice that sometime i want to do something wrong, sometime making fun or sometime late night i stole some food from my fridge.But, Why??? didn't know yet . :P :P

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