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My parents are STRICT & UNFAIR?

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Answer #1 | 02/01 2014 10:18
Your parents love you and want to protect you - that's all. When you're 18 - which will be very soon - you can make many more of your own decisions, although if you stay living at home, you'll still have to abide by their rules. There's plenty of time for all the stuff you're not allowed to do. Be patient!
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Answer #2 | 02/01 2014 10:28
The reason that your parents do not give you freedom is because you lie to them You say that you are not allowed to have a BF. Then you say that you have a BF. So you are not trustworthy, because you do things that your parents don't allow you to do.
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Answer #3 | 02/01 2014 10:21
In two years you will be 18 and able to make your own decisions but are you ready to do so. Have you done well enough in school to get a job and live on your own. If you have not then the predicament you are in is of your own making. If you really want to be independent of your parents then you must be prepared to live an independent life on your own. If you are not then stop crying about how you are treated because you did it to yourself but if this is the case it is not too late to start planning for a better future. Are they sending you to college and if not then get a job an start planning to d so for yourself. Or you might go to a Community College and do some two year program that will get you a good job because that is what you need to move out on your own and stop being controlled by your parents. You have two years to get ready to do this. Can you?

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