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And, besides, this is about your relationship as mother and daughter. No amount of preparation will make her jump up and down with excitement over your news, but if you act responsibly and lovingly, it will help her see that you are mature enough to be on your own (even if she doesn’t like it much).You say your whole family is in Texas—so, she has a support system which will help her transition. Part of why you are fretting about this so much, I suspect, is that you are worried about losing her love. She might be upset for a time, but she’ll love you just the same.You won’t be able to control her reaction to your news, but you can control how you deliver it and also how you connect with her during the first painful months after you move.Lately, I’ve encountered so many situations in which people hope to avoid all conflict and compromise, but that’s just magical thinking.It was about reading her five-year-old daughter's diary. She was worried she might find out that her daughter was sad or angry or hiding something. When my kids are teenagers, they will know that at any moment I can ask them to hand over their cell phones, laptops, whatever equipment they'll be carrying by then, so that I can see who they're talking to and what they're talking about.Kim knew her daughter had been writing in her diary and Kim wondered what was going on in her daughter's head. Instead, she found that her daughter was happy and loved her life. I am determined to know everything that goes on under this roof. Can you imagine if those boys in Steubenville had parents who enforced this rule?I can't stand by and just hope my kids will tell me what's bothering them.So, their journals and texts and emails will be ours to read. I do this, not because I'm running a police state or because I wrote the Patriot Act (as a brilliant HP commenter accused me of), but because I am responsible for them and I love them and I want guide them and help them.
Girls are killing themselves because of photos like these. Too many kids are hurting themselves and others because they're in pain and they need help.Love, Sarah Have an issue that could use a mom’s-eye-view?Our advice column features a real live mother of three who is ready to discuss any of your burning questions judgment—and baggage—free.I always imagine many of them living in vans down by the river or licking Cheetos residue from their fingers while typing their raging opus in their mother's dark basements. I know I've had to pee in many a cup to get a job and I know that my emails were read and my phone conversations were monitored. Do you think they would have uploaded videos to Youtube laughing at the victim and calling her names if they thought for a second their parents would access their Youtube accounts? But I'm not surprised the Steubenville boys didn't have rules like these.Well, Kim struck a nerve with her post and got those vans and basements rattling with anger. Those kids were dicks and they had parents who enabled them and let them be dicks. Those kids had parents who didn't want to betray their trust or invade their personal space. (Of course I'm not saying that every kid who is allowed privacy is going to be a rapist or an asshole, but your chances are pretty high.