Then she says I'm annoying and she hates living here. She wants to live with her dad and if she can't she'll run away (it seems to be a theme). What she doesn't understand is that if she doesn't live here, he told me he'll send her to boarding school. She doesn't believe me. She actually thinks I'm lying to her when I tell her. I've told him that it's not in her best interest...boarding school just puts her away with no treatment or family. He's such a dick. But I'm the bad guy because I keep her from living there (when he won't take her). Aaargh! Just shoot me! She just gets so angry that there's rules to live by. It's so friggin frustrating! I tell her there's no option but to live here. Then she diverts to running away. I try to reason with her... where will you live? what will you eat? where will you sleep? She pauses... she's just frustrated and hungry and irritated. I think she's probably perpetually pmsing too. She's 13 and hasn't had a period yet. I ask her if she'd like to make a banana bread with me (try to divert her attention), she says sure. I make her some soup and a bun to feed the beast (I'm sure she hasn't eaten) and hope for the best.
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