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scriptlove asked:

14 Nov 2010


K well lately ive been thinkn i wana move school. I go to an all girls school which i didnt mind until this year. My best friend moved to the school just right behind my school and the school she moved to is mixed aswel. She has loadsa guys friends now and girls aswel. But i feel like ive no guy friends at all and i feel like my other friends arent really good friends. Shes havin such a good time in her new school and im havin a crap time in my school and i reallyyyyyyy wana move to the school shes in and she wants me to aswel but my parents wont let me but i dont know why? Its just behind my old school! Im 17 and just wana have a fun last 2 years in school before college.. please help i really dont know what to do. how do i get my parents to let me?



jod_mets says:

Posted on 15 Nov 2010

1. Think of all of the reasons why you want to leave, whether it involves bullying, problems with the education, nobody understands you, friends (or lack of them) etc. Think this through in detail and remember them. Write them down if you want to. (Don't use any of these reasons unless they are actually true.)

2.Make a mental note of what you are going to say to your parents. If you haven't already told them, then say it straight out. Say to them, "I wanna change schools." Don't make any hints at this stage but notice how they react. If they seem like they understand then explain why you want to leave your current school. If they seem angry then leave it for now and come back to it later.(See step 6)

3. If you have already told them but they're being stubborn, you should consider the sympathy vote. Make them feel sorry for you. Don't invent problems but exaggerate the existing ones. For example, when you get home from school start crying whether it's real or fake. If you can't fake cry then just seem really upset and depressed. If they ask you what's wrong say, "I already told you but you wouldn't listen." Then remind them of what the actual problem is.

4. Explain to them in detail all of your reasons then say things like it's stopping you from concentrating on your school work, purposely fail one or more of your exams if you have to if it means that much to you unless they are actually important exams. Say you're not getting enough sleep anymore. But don't lie-base it on the facts-remember, you're not lying, you're just exaggerating on what's already real.

5. Find out information about other schools you would consider going to. Talk to your parents about them and maybe get a prospectus to show them so it can help you to explain it better and prove to them that you're not making it up. Make them sound better than the school you're already at.

6. If you've already mentioned this to your parents before but they've been dismissive, then you need to take a different approach. If they don't see it as much of a problem you have to make them believe that it is. Use some of the suggestions from steps 3&4 and anther idea is to mention people you know from other schools and talk about their schools to your parents and make them sound really worth going to.


xxx_baby_sparkle_xxx says:

Posted on 15 Nov 2010

Dont' make a choice so hastily first stop and think if you really want it and what all the bad and good things actually are xXx


sena95 says:

Posted on 15 Nov 2010

Well maybe you should try talking to them and telling them honestly about how you feel ! i know how strict parents could be , but when they start to see that this is really affecting you, they will change there minds , and in case they didn't , then it is okay , you still have 2 years , finish them then am sure you will meet hot guys other than school , and i think it would be better if you go to only girls school , cause it will make you concentrate on your school work ... Good luck sweaty :)


jod_mets says:

Posted on 15 Nov 2010

You could look up the school find out their clubs and prices!!! Impress them - show them that you are old enough and mature enough to make your own choices, and good ones.

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