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My mom constantly bothers me.


Question Posted Wednesday August 18 2010, 11:05 pm

18/f

I am really close to my mom, but she is really getting on my nerves. I will be out on a Friday night at like 10 pm, and she'll call me and say "where are you, when you getting home?" I seriously will have just left An hour ago. Then like half hour or hour later she'll call abd say, " oh misty & mally
miss you, guess what they just did..." and it's like shut up I'm out with my friends, leave me alone. I even try to say this, and she just won't quit. What should I do?!


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bethechange answered Sunday August 22 2010, 2:30 pm:
shes just missing you. she wants you to stay young forever but you cant and she just havent reached the pint where she can allow herself to let go. respectfully, just say hey mom im going out tonight im not sure what time all be home but it wont be to late. i know you usually call me but can you not call me unless its a total emergency? i love hearing about misty and mally its just when im out i like to focus with my friends and its rude when im like taking your calls cause it makes them think that your more important. i think shell understand. good luck!
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Matt answered Friday August 20 2010, 1:31 am:
Turn your phone off.

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BeachBlondie12 answered Thursday August 19 2010, 1:21 am:
Your mom is like most moms & because you are close to her she just wants to make sure you are safe and out of harms way. My mom does the same thing. You just need to talk to her and tell her she knows she can trust you and its okay to call and check up once but the continuous calls are too much. Before you leave the house tell her where your going, and when you think you will be home. Let her know, if your going to be late you will let her know and not to worry. Make sure you tell her you love her before you leave the house, and that YOU will call and check in, in a few hours. Just let her know how you feel about the whole situation, she was 18 once too i promise you she will understand. (:

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