ok some of you know that i plan on moving back to new york and that my 18yr is staying, she got an apartment and is moving out june 15 she graduates high school june 11. over the past couple of weeks we have had some arguements about her coming home on time especially on school nights. i tried to compromise with her because i know she is going thru a rough time. her curfew is 1 o'clock. she only has one class to go to, she is a senior and has all of her credits and even got a scholarship. last night she calls me a 5 minutes to one and tells me she is sleeping at her friends house but that she is going to school. the bottom line for me is she is not following the rules i put down for her. so i told her if she isn't going to follow my rules for the next month that she is home then she can find her own way to work and school i am done. i can't keep fighting with her and not sleeping and crying. some body give me a reality check please. overall she really is a good kid, i just expect her to follow the rules.
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