• What age did you move out?

    Best answer: I'm 18 and I was going to move out this year but things didn't work out and I'll be moving out next year to live on campus. What I've been doing for the past year is making a list of this that I'll need just to be prepared. For example I'll be living in a big city and no longer be able to... show more
    Best answer: I'm 18 and I was going to move out this year but things didn't work out and I'll be moving out next year to live on campus. What I've been doing for the past year is making a list of this that I'll need just to be prepared. For example I'll be living in a big city and no longer be able to take my car everywhere so on my list I have that aside from an umbrella, to buy a waterproof jacket. And also things for my dorm room such as a mini fridge and what not. My advice would be to just imagine yourself in the place you're planning to move to and think of the things that would be different than your current living arrangements.
    35 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are there really people who have sex with their own children?

    Best answer: there are whole villages built on such believes so yes
    Best answer: there are whole villages built on such believes so yes
    15 answers · 14 hours ago
  • My Wife or My kid?

    Best answer: Of course you go for the wife. The child needs a mother and the two of you can have another child. Maybe not a biological one but maybe one that doesn't have any parents through fostering or adaption. Choosing the child over the mother means your depriving the child of the mother's love it needs to grow... show more
    Best answer: Of course you go for the wife. The child needs a mother and the two of you can have another child. Maybe not a biological one but maybe one that doesn't have any parents through fostering or adaption. Choosing the child over the mother means your depriving the child of the mother's love it needs to grow into a happy and healthy human being.

    Sure lots of people grow up with a mother due to circumstances and yes many of them end up totally great and happy. However it has been shown over and over again that the love and care of a mother are immensely important. Your wife should not ask you to take this love from your child.

    Losing the child of course will be heartbreaking, but the two of you can get through that. Ask her to see it from the child's perspective and if she then still thinks it's the right thing to do.
    10 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Was I wrong to be mad at my mom snooping on me?

    My mom and I had a big argument yesterday and I feel bad about it but it's complicated. She was off of work yesterday so she claimed to have been cleaning up around the house and She found a pregnancy test in my room. It was unopened and it was one of 4 I had bought months ago when my girlfriend and I... show more
    My mom and I had a big argument yesterday and I feel bad about it but it's complicated. She was off of work yesterday so she claimed to have been cleaning up around the house and She found a pregnancy test in my room. It was unopened and it was one of 4 I had bought months ago when my girlfriend and I weren't being careful and had a scare. I had the thing hidden under a few folders in a textbook, so it wasn't in plain sight or even remotely exposed. When she confronted me about it I got mad at her for snooping in my stuff and we had an big argument. We aren't talking right now and I'm not sure how long it's going to last. We aren't close but I still don't want to have a wedge between us. I leave for college in late may and I feel stupid now for even letting it turn into an argument even if she was snooping. Should I apologize or just let it blow over? It wasn't her business and this isn't the first time she's snooped on me or my siblings.
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • If a 13yo boy asks his pretty mom very nicely and politely first is it ok to show her his penis to get a woman's opinion if it's big enough?

    Best answer: Yes, that's your mom, so that is not only acceptable but what you're SUPPOSED to do. Parents are there to help their children! Trust between parents and their children is very important and healthy.
    Best answer: Yes, that's your mom, so that is not only acceptable but what you're SUPPOSED to do. Parents are there to help their children! Trust between parents and their children is very important and healthy.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can I move out of my mom's house and live with my friends family at the age of 13?

    Best answer: I doubt that you could be allowed legally to move out on your own. If CPS gets involved, you would likely end up with a foster family, not your friend's family. The only thing I can suggest is if your friend's mother gets in touch with CPS and tells them that she would like you to live with her family, that... show more
    Best answer: I doubt that you could be allowed legally to move out on your own. If CPS gets involved, you would likely end up with a foster family, not your friend's family. The only thing I can suggest is if your friend's mother gets in touch with CPS and tells them that she would like you to live with her family, that it would provide a more stable home life for you and would allow you to have a normal family situation. This might work, but it would depend on the CPS deciding that this family would be a good fit for you. I'm really sorry that your mother is giving you a difficult time and making part of the problem about what you eat. No parent should be threatening to starve you to get you to lose weight. This kind of logic only makes the situation worse. Keep a low profile for now and talk with your friend's mom and see if she could speak with CPS on your behalf and have you stay with her family until you are 18. If she isn't willing to do this, then it's unlikely that you would be placed with her. You are so young and I would really hate to see you end up in a worse situation than you are currently in at home. Do you think that you could tough it out for the next five year? I believe that the age of majority in Ontario is 18 which means at that time you could live on your own. Seriously, would try to hang in at home and be setting as much money aside and bulk up your savings so you could move out when you are 18. I know it won't be easy for you to do this, but it's the best way to handle the situation. Grab as many baby sitting jobs as possible until you can legally work in a store or other business. Make sure to keep your grades up at school so your mother hasn't got something to say about you having a job. Be polite to her and just try to stay out of her way. If things are beyond you being able to do this, then speak with a teacher or guidance counselor to see if they have any suggestions or if they could recommend how you could legally be placed in your friend's home. The teacher or counselor would know the legality of a placement like this and might have some suggestions that would help. I really hope that it all works out for you! You're so young and it just isn't right for you to have worries like these at this time in your life.
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • Accidentally received texts. Can anyone think of a reason?

    Hi. This afternoon, I received texts from my mother in law. These two texts quoted two messages I had sent her yesterday, They focused on when I was picking my son up from theirs and that my wife (their daughter) was ill. I am certain that she has forwarded on AT LEAST my two original texts, and that what I... show more
    Hi. This afternoon, I received texts from my mother in law. These two texts quoted two messages I had sent her yesterday, They focused on when I was picking my son up from theirs and that my wife (their daughter) was ill. I am certain that she has forwarded on AT LEAST my two original texts, and that what I received was her explaining what they meant, ergo, she forwarded on the originals and instead of sending the comments to whoever it was, she sent them to me. She misquoted in the 2nd text, stating that she had deleted a 'laugh' when I said my wife was ill, which I did not. In response I asked her if she wanted me to text again so she could forward it on. She then texted me 5 times in the space of a minute, claiming her phone got caught in her pocket, that my 2 year old had touched it, and then sent photos of my son with lots of smiley faces. She never used smiley faces or ever texts that quickly. This was guilt. I pretended to be joking and left it. Any help or advice from anyone who has had something similar happen to them would be very gratefully received. I have no idea how long this has been going on for.
    9 answers · 12 hours ago
  • My mom bought me the WRONG Easter candy. Help?

    Best answer: You should break her nose. That should teach her a lesson.
    Best answer: You should break her nose. That should teach her a lesson.
    138 answers · 1 week ago
  • Angry about sisters wait lose?

    Best answer: You are overweight. You want to lose weight. Your sister had a weight loss.
    Best answer: You are overweight. You want to lose weight. Your sister had a weight loss.
    8 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Sexually attracted to step cousin?

    So my step cousin and I are very close. Ever since I moved back to the same city as him, we ve been seeing each other more often. We re both teenagers. And we both clearly express in body language how we feel about each other. The only problem is that I m not sure what I feel? I figured, because we re both step... show more
    So my step cousin and I are very close. Ever since I moved back to the same city as him, we ve been seeing each other more often. We re both teenagers. And we both clearly express in body language how we feel about each other. The only problem is that I m not sure what I feel? I figured, because we re both step cousin s, it s not considered incest if anything in that manner happens. But I also feel disappointed because we still are cousin s. We ve both known each other since we were wee little babies and I feel like we both want to know "more" about each other. The vibe around us both is getting more sexual each time we see each other. Is what I m feeling normal? Is it bad? Is it still considered incest if we re not biologically related? I just need someone s opinion on what I should do. Should I just get the urges over with and move on? Should I try my best to not let my urges take ahold? Any ideas??
    23 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is it selfish be of me to want a baby because I'm lonely?

    I'm 24,. I want a son or daughter. I don't care who the mother is
    I'm 24,. I want a son or daughter. I don't care who the mother is
    7 answers · 8 hours ago