will be, and alway have been. i have never hit her, i give her a safe home, plenty of food, nice things, love, yes i do have medical proablems but it seems now that i am feeling better, she is more hostile. she says it is because she is a teen, a don't remember talking to my parents that way, and they were bad..lol, but i still showed respect. i don't get it, i feel so angry, she said, why aren't you crying. omg, she wants me to cry, well i stopped crying when she turned 13 and got this awful attitude, that everyone is awful, people give her dirty looks. well the other day, a kid was waveing and saying hi, she was so friendly, and i said, what is wrong with that, why can't she be your friend, she said, that she isn't really her friend, in school, i am so confused, why would she be so happy to see her, then? what is going on in these schools? what is going on with my daugher?
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