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One tracked mind mom
December 24, 1999
10:10 am
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I need help badly.I am having serious problems with my mom.I am 23 and she still wants to set a curfew on me at 1030pm. I can't believe it, when i tell my frens about it they all laugh and think that i am joking.

December 24, 1999
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Wow!! 10:30?!! To tell you the truth, I think the only way to remedy this problem is to get your own place if at all possible. Sounds like your mom is one of those "as long as you live under my roof you'll live by my rules" parents. I'm assuming that you've attempted to talk to your mom about how unreasonable her curfew is with no success. Other than that, I don't know what to tell you!! Good luck though. That really does suck!!

January 3, 2000
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chaos,

What other problems are you having with your mom?

The curfew may mean that she's concerned about you, or could mean something else is going on...tell us more.

- SC

January 3, 2000
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Chaos,

I used to have the same problems with my mother. We fought constantly about my freedom to do what I wanted, our relationship was always filled with anger and turmoil. I was kicked out of her house about 3 times, starting when I was 18. In high school I was never allowed to date or go out at all school nights (which included Friday and Sunday).

Now I'm 20 and I live apart from my parents but in the same city. We have a good relationship, after all that turmoil. In the end I had to prove to her that I was an adult and that I could be independent and that could only be proven by me moving out and paying all my bills, even tuition for college. I worked two jobs to do it, but now they pay my tuition for me and took over my car payments so I could go back to school full time. I suppose not everyone has parents as forgiving as mine, but in my experience parents just worry about you and when you prove that you can take care of yourself, they take a lot of pressure off.

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