I would like to introduce myself to all users. Im a single mother of 11 year old twins ( boy and a girl)
Until now I have been able to manage and control situations but this year started really bad.
The girl is already with her period,mood swings disrespectful,and the boy is still under control.So, she said that I dont see the things that he does, only hers! Not true! She acts with such a detachment ,she lies, Talks back,I feel weak i dont know how much more i can take ,Im alone dealing with this and I have depression issues (started post-partum)
Im being firm,and my father is telling me that I need to show her more love.
How can i? She wont let me in, always mentioning that I love her brother more.
Please help!View Thread
I dont know but I would say the cycles, I remember i used to get stomach problems,nausea, it was the end of the world for me.
Take her to an specialist, maybe there is something she can take to feel better, good luck View Thread
I discovered the other day that there is an app call kik , they say: kik me, and that means to exchange nude pics! I dont know how am i going to control all this. I havent had that problem yet,but i see it coming.View Thread
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