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By tomcat69 / Monday 11 July 2011 00:01 / Canada
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  Sacurason  |  0

Well, I would have to say if you've lived with somebody like that, your mentality and judgement may be a little jilted. As a person used to living without rules, he probably felt that not being allowed to have friends over was just as bad. How much can you really blame an adolescent raised in an obscene environment?

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  Lauren10102  |  3

Don't underestimate "Tweens" when I was 12, I attempted suicide twice, now I am obviously better, but you have no idea what young people go through these days.

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  Mirorbo  |  26

But if the darling was smart enough to understand that he needed to stop seeing his father because he was an abusive alcoholic, he should also be smart enough to accept his mother's rules after all she went through to keep him away from such an environment.

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  alpaquette91  |  9

not something to be proud of .... keep that to your self ;)@6

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  alpaquette91  |  9

lol ... so I used an extra space I didn't try killing myself over it :'( goodbye harsh world ... LOL

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  Lauren10102  |  3

I am not "proud" of anything, what do I have to prove to anyone on the Internet anyways, I was just saying that thirteen or twelve is a delicate age where you have all the emotions of a teenager, yet no logic.

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  alpaquette91  |  9

50 wasn't trying to be funny okay a little but people really need to loosen up one, what people post about themselves without classification and two, about spelling errors, if all people do is post on people comments about others spelling mistakes? orang that pretty sad?

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  DjeePee  |  24

'What an ungrateful child...' Oh, Mirorbo, life isn't that simple. This child has grown up with an abusive, alcoholic father for thirteen years, he has lived in what people call 'a broken family'. And everybody knows that children who grow up in a bad environment, have a very big chance to behave badly themself. Father is abusive? Boy can get abusive. Father beats child? Child can beat others. That's how it works. I bet this child has had a very hard time, and now he has hit puberty, which makes things even harder. He needs to be threaten with love, patience, the feeling of safety and structure. The big problem here is that, whenever he doesn't agree with his mom, he will go back to his father to punish her (and, without him knowing, punish himself). OP needs to find a way to keep him with her and give him a good education, otherwise he will just be another broken soul.

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  alpaquette91  |  9

THIS WASNT ME COMMENTING!!!!!!! my sister took my phone she is 13 I'm 20 I do indeed know how to spell and I would never be so rude! I apologize for all the rude comments. Again I'm very sorry.

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  cluch3  |  22

ONCE AGAIN! HE NEVER SAID HE WAS PROUD OF ATTEMPTING SUICIDE! I HATE PEOPLE WHO KEEP THINGS GOING THROUGH THE COMMENTS EVEN THOUGH IT HAS ALREADY RESOLVED! UGHH! IGNORANCE EVERYWHERE!

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Thats a cheap excuse that people use to justify why they behave in a certain manner. I lived in a horrible enviorenment and so did my brother and we both managed to go to College with a full scholarship.

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  logangrantt  |  5

My parents divorced when I was 11. My mom is a cheating alcoholic whore. My dad and I had it the hardest my brother and sister too young to understand didn't know anything that has happened they just know that mom doesn't come around much. I witnessed my dad holding a gun to his head. Him going to jail over trying to kill his "bestfriend" over sleeping with my mom. No matter what I wouldn't live with a drunk. I don't know and of my family as they live across the country. I had to grow up quick so quick that when I was thirteen I drank for the first time. It made me happy. So I got addicted. At fifteen I got a 450r. My bestfriend grew up in a split home so he knew my pain. We both thought we could live on our on. We ran away, but he didn't know I had a gallon of moonshine. Two days in I got depressed and just downed it trying to kill myself. No im not proud of this but its what a split home does to you. I'm currently awaiting my court date to come. My point DO NOT ACT STUPID OVER YOUR PARENTS PROBLEMS

By  emmiep1011  |  7

livin the single life. avoiding all issues as so.

By  alpaquette91  |  9

didn't hurt that bad I guess? and he gave him some booz!!! rebel.... REBEL!!

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  alpaquette91  |  9

god this isn't fucking English class.....

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  gmc_blossom  |  21

Or wait, were you talking about literally fucking an English class? Were you maybe using "fucking" as a verb instead of an adjective? Oh, yeah, you probably don't know what a "verb" or an "adjective" are, do you?

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  wordnerd42  |  0

WordNerd to the rescue, gmc_blossom. "Or" maintains singularity while "and" creates a plural. Therefore, it's proper to say either "what a verb and an adjective are", or "what a verb or an adjective is." I hope you enjoyed the English lesson of the day :)

By  emeraldchicky  |  0

Your son is aweful...

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