I had a talk with my daughter and reassured her that I want the very best for her. Told her that the rules were for her safety and her well being. She agreed, and then gave up her cell phone willingly and didn't ask to take it to school the next morning. But this morning I asked where her phone was and she said she left it in the bathroom. I believed her and so I took her to the bus stop. To my surprise she lied. I feel like shes playing me for a fool. A part of me wants to SMASH the phone and a part of me is scared she will rebel even more so. There is a lot more to the story than what I'm able to write. I'm doing my best to talk about as much as i can right now. DailyStrength is all i have as far as opening up to others go.
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