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Things Every Teenage Girl wants to tell her Mom!

We have millions of fights, arguments and bad days with our mom but at the end of the day, we always want her by our side. We just can’t describe our love for our mom; what she has done for us. For a mother, her child is her world; for her child never really grows. But let’s admit this that there are certain things which we need to tell her; ‘I am not a baby anymore, mom’. But the love is still unconditional.

Believe In Me, Mom. Support Me With My Decisions!

All you need while entering the adulthood is the trust and support of your mother. Tell her that you feel confident when she shows faith in your ideas and beliefs.

Not Rebelling Mom; Just Want To Try New Things!

Tell her you are not going against her deliberately by doing certain things. You just want to try because your friends are trying too. Make her believe that you will never do anything against those values that she taught you.

What Is Abnormal For You Is Normal For My Generation!

It is an obvious mom that what seems to be abnormal for her is normal for you. This generation gap will always keep giving out some little arguments between you and her. Things have changed mom. A thing that will leave you shocked and confused is now normal with our generation!

Some Privacy! But That Doesn’t Mean That I Don’t Have Time For You!

We all need some me time but that doesn’t mean mom that we don’t need you! We go through so many emotions and want to manage things and we try to figure out things of our own. We want to share these emotions with you but please give some time to first understand things myself and then open up with you!

All Friends Are Not That Bad That You Assume Them To Be!

Friends are an important mom. You may not approve my company but everyone is not that bad that you assume them. I do mistakes and learn from those mistakes; every time my friends are not involved in my all mistakes. Please stop declaring them BAD, they are not!

Need You, Mom, Even When I Am A Teenager!

When I used to lie, shout, show tantrums and do bad behavior, you loved me. I am a teenager and going through lots of things like- Physical changes and emotional ones. I need you to understand me, love me, support me, stop me, warn me and care for me the way you did when I was a kid. I am your kid for life, mom!

Want To Be Independent Mom! Let Me Be, Please!

Please don’t hold me back. I feel like someone is clipping my wings off when I want to fly high. Let me be independent. Don’t let your fears stop me from being what I want in life. If something went wrong, I know you are always there for me.

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