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If you're going to lie to your therapist then there's no point in going in the first place. You're dad is selfish, he should want you to get better.

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#10 - YOUR dad is selfish. Not you're dad is selfish, otherwise you'd be saying 'you are dad is selfish'. My god people, learn the difference.

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Took me $55 to fill up yesterday when it used to only take me $35-40. Makes me wonder what the prices will be like when I'm 40.

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$55 is crazy, in Australia it costs me about $45. Jen, out of curiosity can a 16 year old have their open license in the US?

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You think thats crazy here in west sydney it cost me $97 to fill up the commy last time. Its a f***ing joke

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97- Yes, in my state (Ohio) you can have your temporary permit by 15 and a half. And by 16, with drivers Ed, you can have your license (with some restrictions). I'm still 16 but I've had my license for almost a year now. Now I'm curious as to how old you have to be to get your license in Australia. Haha.

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Thanks for the reply Jen, I was 16 when I got my learners permit. But it has since changed now you must hold your learners for a year and complete 100hours of logged driving with a licensed driver.

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Sorry to hear that, OP. Is there someone else who can take you? If I were you, I'd be so disgusted with my dad that I wouldn't even *want* him to drive me any more.

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Hey, halibot. mashimashi is nowhere near of being a drama queen. I agree with her. If someone is not going to help you and take you to anything that helps you(like therapy), don't bother asking them again for a while.

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hailbot is entitled to his/her own opinion, just as I'm entitled to mine. He/she does just seem to be trolling, though, so whatever. Anyway, thanks, #47 and #62. And #47, that is exactly what I meant. Why rely on someone who has shown such a blatant disregard for your feelings and well-being? And especially when that someone is your own father, a person who is supposed to care for you unconditionally (which yes, I know sometimes doesn't happen in the real world). I can only imagine the h

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