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chelsie cole




02 Apr 1996


hey im 15 and i love to dance i like shake that ass with me and i am the youngest out of my sister and brother im a girl that is too nice to everyone and i love kids and i donno what i would do with out my family

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drama_queen asked:

05 Aug 2010

how to make my paretns let me do what i want

i am bored going to hte libary and the movies i wanna go to the river with a couple friends and hve fun but i cant with two parents that wotn let me go anywhere close to water :(



gosupermodel_is_back says:

Posted on 05 Aug 2010

1Earn your parent's trust. If your parents do not trust you, you will have a hard time convincing them you will be where you tell them you will be, or come home when you say you will.

2Save up your own money, if the place you are wanting to go requires admission, or you will want treats, snacks, drinks, or a meal.

3Explain exactly where you are going, and how you will get there.

4Give your parents a way to get in touch with you (or find you) while you are gone. This may mean having a friend who has a cell phone (if you don't), or having a phone number for the place you are going to.

5Be reasonable. If you want to go to a mall at night, or somewhere you know is not particularly safe, you really can't expect your parents to let you go

6Show your parents you are dependable in other ways. By getting chores, homework, and other obligations done without a lot of supervision, your parents will see you are mature enough to look after yourself.

7Tell your parents that your friend (let's call him Mike) has asked you to come. Say something along the lines of: "Mike's asked me to go to the park to meet him. Can I go?"

8Get enough information to form boundaries for your activities while you are gone. If your parent says yes, then ask what time you should be back, whether you can make detours, or if you should call at a certain time while you are gone.

Have a way to keep track of time.Have appropriate contact numbers (home, parent's cell numbers, their work numbers, etc.).Have change for a pay phone if you need one.Have sufficient money for bus fare, if needed.If your parent says no, then try to persuade them ,but if they are determined then just say OK, and calmly walk away. If you throw a huge tantrum then they're hardly going to change their minds in the near future.

And in your case.. i suggest you reassure your parents that one of your friend's mum(that your mum knows and has had conversation with) will be keeping an eye on you..


vampkisses says:

Posted on 06 Aug 2010

gosupermodel pretty much covered it all, i would have my parents talk to his parents so they can explain all the details, but in the meantime try to be helpful, maybe do chores without being asked or just other things that can help to get you to go:)


barbipixi says:

Posted on 07 Aug 2010

yea the thing about parents is if they feel they can't trust you and you're not responsible enough to control yourself they're not going to back you up on anything.

so yea work on showing them you're rational and responsible

but it'll take time


drama_queen says:

Posted on 06 Aug 2010

thank for the help its at a river i do have a cell and so does he and we do have adults coming but they r going to let us just hang out by our self so i hope he lets me go :D


drama_queen says:

Posted on 08 Aug 2010

me and my friend are going to get them to talk about it when i get back to my dads but for now i really think i can go since i graduated and i never do anything wrong plus its not like we r going swiming in it we r just fishing and haveing a good time

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