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By  Tammerz  |  0

At least you and your mom are close enough that you feel comfortable sharing that. Think of all the girls out there who don't have good relationships with their mothers, or don't even have mothers.

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  TomPusslicker  |  20

my thoughts exactly. i think its about 'becoming a woman' or something, but i do believe the novelty wears off quite quickly for something like menstration. eh, who am i to judge tho lol.

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  wolfstalker213  |  14

You dont know the fear of not getting your first period when you're a girl. Its kinda panicky when everyone in your grade has had it and you havent. Its. TERRIFYING. Then weird scenarios go through your head about not having a period ever.

By  Tammerz  |  0

At least you and your mom are close enough that you feel comfortable sharing that. Think of all the girls out there who don't have good relationships with their mothers, or don't even have mothers.

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I'm so jealous of OP. When I tell my mom about those things, she continuously tells me that I should move out soon and that she wouldn't need to do anything nice for a 'grown up' like me. I'm turning 13 in April.

By  frdm  |  0

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By  shehzeenahmed  |  0

not getting your period can be a bad thing for many reasons. the fact that she said that she 'finally' got it probably means that it was late. having a late period can mess with your body's hormones and make you feel sick too sometimes. or it might mean that she thought she was pregnant, but her period came, meaning she wasn't pregnant. so that would definitely be something to be excited about. i don't know what her situation is personally, but those could be some options as to why she was happy to get it? that sucks though that everyone heard...awkward.

By  adelaide_evening  |  0

I think she meant she got her period for her first time. For those of you who don't remember (or who are guys), girls are usually really excited to get their period. After a couple months though, they are left wondering why they ever wished for it in the first place. And it's completely normal to run to your mother to tell her when you do get it for the first time.

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  camlz  |  0

im 13 and still haven't got it but all of my best friends have and they all say I'm rlly lucky I haven't got it yet so I'm scared for when I do get it.

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  briighteyez  |  9

I was 11 when I got mine... It scared the hell out of me lol. Def was way too young to understand the whole menstrual/ovulation thing. Lolol. And for the first few years it was annoying as shit.. And then I switched to tampons.. I dunno what she got all excited for, I def didn't ask for my period nor was I excited for it Lolol

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