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Am I a horrible child for disobeying my parents?

Author : donna

Submitted : 2018-01-02 20:44:21    Popularity:     

Tags: child  horrible  parents  disobeying  

I have always followed my parents rules and never done anything to leave them dissapointed. I ve never been under the influence, had sex, never left with the car, never snuck out, never really back talk, I keep my things clean, always good grades, and ove

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Are you even serious? Losing signal on your phone isn't "stepping out of line" or "doing wrong" - it's actually called being in a dead spot and it happens ALL. THE. TIME. TO EVERYONE. You are completely overreacting, and if they are actually upset about this, they're overreacting too.

First of all you really aren't a kid anymore. And no, you actually sound like a pretty good son to me.

You sound like a real good person.be patient with them, they are only showing their love for you, keep communicating with them so they will understand your feelings and concerns. be thankful that they love and care about you very much,

I don't think you did anything terrible at all. They knew where you were, presumably you returned when you said you would. It's not your fault you couldn't receive calls for a while.

You're a legal adult. You did nothing wrong. They're being overly strict and controlling. You did NOT step out of line if they knew where you were, if you didn't just disappear without letting them know where you'd be. And you were gone for only half a day.

Letting relatives you live with know where you're going to be is just a courtesy. I'm 60 and always tell my husband if I'm going to be somewhere he doesn't expect. I don't do it because I need his permission -- I don't need anyone's permission -- but rather to be polite. You don't need your parents' permission either, and if they knew where you were, I don't see the problem at all.

As for university, you can find a way to get there yourself. The first step is getting a job; the second is moving out into your own place.

You are an adult now and they will have to get use to it.

You didn't step out of line. You're legally an adult and allowed to go wherever the heck you want

yes, then again there are two sides to a story. sometimes 3. ask yourself did they do something criminal, or dishonest or something that disobeys the commandments of God? then ! if not, its your fault. if they did, i would leave their house asap. the thing is, you are probably not going to find anything better, unless you win the Lottery, or get a good job. and unless you have trade school or a super good education and a skill, you probably wont. EVER



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