"Also, im not a nerd or a loser. In fact I'm a blonde cheerleader that has quite a bit of friends."
Thus making you uninteresting as an individual. Being nerdy means someone is passionate about something and being a loser means someone don't conform to the social standard. They're a fun group of people to be around
"I'm not aloud to go to the mall without a parent, my mom says 'little girls get snatched when they go places without parents'."
She has a point. You've be surprised at the amount of money sex traffickers can get for a fourteen year old girl. Just because you don't think it will happen, it doesn't mean it won't. I doubt your mother is also willing to hand over a credit card for you to buy willy nilly.
And it's "allowed", darling, not "aloud". "I am not allowed to go the mall." "I speak aloud". Maybe she wants you to spend time on homework and studies since you can't understand the difference.
"I'm also not aloud to go to the movies, or even walk to the library from school. Which is about 2 minutes walking distance."
"Allowed" dear. Of course you're not going to go to these things alone and unsupervised, you could and probably would sneak off. Despite your "goody two shoes" claim, temptation is the strongest when someone thinks they can get away with something without ever knowing.
Other parents also cannot be trusted to use the same amount of discipline.
Your mom is being a parent. Your father is trying to be your friend and you can bet good money he helped establish those rules with your mother to begin with. Live with it chika.
Apparently people don't know the meaning of sociopathic or psychotic. Not surprised since they're about 14 themselves and wouldn't know the difference anyway. Your mother is neither. The word they want is "overprotective" and if they had any idea about the world or what it means to be an adult in such a world, they wouldn't have a lot to say against your mother.
But experience has taught me that you're more than likely to like the answer that pats you on the ass than the one you need to hear.
· 9 years ago