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My98vr6 My98vr6 26-30, F 13 Answers Feb 11, 2013 in Single Parenthood

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Draw the line on behaviors of which you disapprove and enforce the promised result of misbehavior. Insist on being shown respect. I agree with Heyitsme87 that parents and children should also be friends, but that should never mean a lack of respect for the boundaries that the parent sets.

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I give you "best answer" :)

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If they treat you like a friend then they'll be more open with you in the future.... may not be such a bad thing :P

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it's perfectly possible to be a strong and friendly parent. have consistent boundaries and rules. don't take any crap. <br />
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but when be very supportive of her interests and praise her when she does well. the two things don't have to be mutually exclusive.

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Be a parent not her best friend

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be like a parent!.

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by acting like a parent NOT her friend.

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How does she treat you like a friend?

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All I can tell you is figure it out now, now before she gets older.

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You act like a parent. But what is so bad about her wanting to be friend like with you too?

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