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Moriah Gilbert




01 Dec 1993

I'm 15 year's old. I like all kinds of music. My father is a sound engineer and so I love things louddd!

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moriah_x3 asked:

31 Mar 2009

I have an awful need to fit in.

Of course every teenage girl does, but sometimes I feel like I'm so much different than everyone in my school. I'm growing up in a strict household, where all of my friends don't understand the way my family works.

I have a lot of friends, just no really close friends. The only way I feel like I can get close to some of my friends is to change my personality or change the way I act. I know it's a bit ridiculous.

I always feel like I am trapped, and can't do anything with my friends because of my parents. I would love to rebel, but it's against my morals. But I want to hang out with my friends because I'm a huge people person.

I probably just seemed like a confused girl to all of you.

But what should I do about my parents, or the need to fit in?



babyblue says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2009

yeaa parents just like yours mines are strict and sometimes i feel like i cant do what my other friends can do because my mom wont let can be a real bummer to feel left out:(

yeah that too people can have tons of friends but some of us just dont have that really close bestfriend who we can always count on and share secrets.its actually not ridiculous cuz most of us at some point in our lives feel the need to fit in because of something.i can uderstand how you feel but dont let that stop you from being yourself,yeah i know cheesy right but if you cant feel comfortable talking to someone in your own skin how can you expect the person to feel comfortable with you ,trusting you with their secrets.

also having good communication with the parents is key

without this your parents feel even more insecure about letting go of you .being able to talk to your parents,specifically the one you feel is closer ,then they will let you do more stuff on your own with friends.(:


babyblue says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2009

oh yeah btw dont talk backk to parents omg done this tons of times which got me into worser problems

:P hehe


moriah_x3 says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2009

haha thanks! =) that really helped.

oh yes, talking back, bad idea. lol.

it got a little better today. I wrote my mom a letter telling her how I felt like I was being left out from some of my friends lives, and she said that she can give me a little freedom here and there... stuff like that.


babyblue says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2009

oh definitily no problem:D

lmfao,i've learned from that many times

thats awesome,hope you feel like its getting better because its not good to let other people put you down

you see ill we people need is some good communication(:


ctl888 says:

Posted on 13 Apr 2009

Are you the oldest child? I am so everything I do is very much under my parents' watchful eye. Basically everything I do breaks the ice for my little brother. Eventually my parents lightened up because I gave them nothing to worry about and I made sure I came home before curfew. I compromised with my parents.

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