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September 7th, 2010, 12:47 PM
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This weekend was a struggle for everyone. SO DD decided she was going to pull every card to get her way this weekend.

First was her father told her no friends over this weekend because we had a lot of cleaning projects lanned. I get home from work and there is a friend over. She calls her mom to come pick her up. Fine let her mom deal with her.

Then she calls us 8am Sunday morning she has decided she wants to come home. Well SO tells her she has to wait for our breakfast to be over. She pulls a fit saying SO spends NOOOOO time with her. He is always making time for my daughter and me, but never her. We never include her in anything, and I always take my daughter places and don't include her. (all of which are lies we include her in everything and when she is home she is in her room. Also SO makes time for just him and her to go out and do things.)

She did apoligize for the things she said that were hurtful and she did say she said them out of anger. (we think some of it was fueled by her mother who is going thru another divorce at this time)

I am just spent because of a 15 year olds attitude!! Just needed to vent. School and work did not come fast enough!!!
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September 7th, 2010, 12:54 PM
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Sounds like a typical teen girl. They do like to push buttons to get their way. I hope this week is better for you!
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September 9th, 2010, 12:12 PM
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Yup sounds exactly like my dh's 15 year old. And her mom does fuel it too.

For me it's hard to deal with because I met her when she was 11 and the attitude had already started. When my own dd acts up, I have my huge love for her & the memories of when she was a sweet baby to fall back on. I don't have anything with Dh's dd.

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September 9th, 2010, 02:24 PM
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Ugh gotta love the teenage attitude stage. My DSD has been doing that more and more for the past year and she's only 11. I can imagine her at 15. I know her mother fuels a lot of it and it pisses me off to no end knowing that she does. Hope things get better with her.

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September 13th, 2010, 04:25 PM
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attitude city over here too... my sd is a drama queen like that, claims we never do anything with her etc... just lies. I've known her since she was 4 and its progressively getting worse... is it wrong to count the minutes until college?
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