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Rebecca Palmer



Haven't been on here in AGES! How are we all? Lovin' autumn break (:

15 Feb 1995


My name is Rebecca, but everyone calls me Bec or Becca. I am a drama finatic, and are starting my school certificate this year. I am pretty smart, but im funny too. There is no way i fit into the category of nerd! I love music, but i cant sing or play, and i want to be a surgeon or an actor when i grow up. When i finish school im going to travel the world, and i have plans to find an amazing husband and to have amazing kids.!

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becca_16 asked:

08 Dec 2010

Drunken Friend

This girl in my year is in need of serious help. We are sort of friends, and she trusts me.

Her home life is really crap. Her parents have just split up. Her mother is a drunk and is constantly bitching to her about her dad. Her dad is rarely there for her. Her brother is really abusive, both physically and verbally. Not to mention when she comes to school she's called a slut, a lesbian, and her friends have been leaving her out. People judge her before they get to know her.

She gave up drinking and smoking a few months ago but now she's turned back to them. The other morning a guy gave her a drink before school, she took it and it was spiked and she was spewing everywhere.

im really worried for her. I don't want her to be like this and im scared im going to lose her for good. What can i do to help her? How can i be there for her?




barbipixi says:

Posted on 09 Dec 2010

all you can do is let her know your worried about her and your there for her.


alannax02 says:

Posted on 08 Dec 2010

This is a hard situation to be in.. And i know you probably dont want to say anything, but maybe you should tell a guidance counselor but tell them to keep you annonomous & she could go down there once a day to talk. She prob doesnt have anyone to talk to so she takes it out on drinking & smoking. If there is a serious problem at home that needs to be aken care of before it gets out of hand then that needs to be fixed.. and who knows maybe saying something will save her life? All you need to do is tell someone & the rest it taken care of. Good luck!


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 08 Dec 2010

have a school counselor talk to your friend and things will work their way from there. teens in this type of situation are likely to end up in serious trouble either, inflicted by others or by themselves. It's definitely a good idea to seek 'real' help while you still can. Everyone has a right to a normal, healthy life and free from any form of abuse.


ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 08 Dec 2010

I agree, your friend sounds like she's living in hell. It's ashame....If her mother really is as bad as you say and her brother is abusive, child services should be called. Either that or the cops, because there is absolutley no need for a child/teen to live in that kind of situation. The School counselor is definitly a good place to start, because if she tells the school counselor what's going on he/she could help your friend get out of that situation. A.A is also good, but it's not going to help when she goes home and her drunken mother and abusive brother are there. The point is to first get away from people like that. Tell her that she's better then this and she deserves much better. Tell her she should try to be better then her mother and to set an example for her mother. Suggest having her come over to your house? Trust me a person in that situation would do anything to get out of the house. Tell her that she should talk to somebody about her issues with herself and at home. I know your very big in your also pray for her. Hope this helps. And I hope she get's better. XOXO


leana_jo says:

Posted on 08 Dec 2010

Wow, your friend sure is living in a living hell in her life. I know, because I too had a drinking problem. My problem got worst when I moved to the small town that I live in now and people started calling me a "slut" and "street walker" at the local pubs/bars down the street from my house. So, I know how what's she's going through.

What I did was go to A.A. meetings (Alcoholics Anonymous meetings) in my town and stopped hanging out with those type of people. I know it's hard for her to do that, because she's still in school, but maybe she can talked to a school counselor there and start going to meetings. Yes! believe it or not, there are young people who go to A.A. It's for anyone, young and old, who have a drinking problem and want to stop. I tell ya, A.A. really saved me and changed my outlook on life very greatly and much better. It can do the same for her. And sooner or later, she'll see that people will stop saying those things to her and she'll learn to ignore them.

I hoped that helped. I don't know any other way to go about her situation. So, just help her in any way you can, sweety. God bless...


becca_16 says:

Posted on 13 Dec 2010

Thanks everyone. I will do. She's probably going to come round to my place these holidays. Your advice is really helpful and i will be praying for her. xx

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