Annabelle Porter
Annabelle Porter thanked Danae Hitch's answer

So - you like a guy that has blocked you out on all social media. Not a good sign. If you want to know for sure, start up a conversation with him. Read his body language to get clues so you will be able to tell if he likes you back. If he has blocked … Read more

Annabelle Porter
Annabelle Porter answered Anonymous' question

Just always be setting a good example that you would be proud that anyone would follow. If you don't think you are setting a good example and you are influencing others badly, than change your ways!

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Annabelle Porter thanked Cookie Hill's answer

Maybe he is trying to help if so it would be good for you to have a family meeting and express what's in your heart, how you feel and ask why you are not given more freedom to make you own decisions. " Let your words always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you … Read more

Annabelle Porter
Annabelle Porter voted up Gator Blu's answer

There is no normal. If your step-father is paying for your school and clothes, yes he has a say. If you don't want to listen to it, pay for it yourself.

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Annabelle Porter voted up Tom Jackson's answer

I don't know whether or not normal, but the lack of respect that he is showing you is not what a good parent would do, stepparent or biological.

Moving out would solve the problem, but in the meantime, can you talk to him about this sort of issue.  Perhaps that would make him think of you … Read more

Annabelle Porter
Annabelle Porter answered Anonymous' question

Well there are several options:

1. Move Out!

2. Pay for your own haircuts and clothes so your dad doesn't have to choose.

*I think that your dad is just getting over protected.

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Annabelle Porter answered Jessica Kim's question

My friend is really short and she walked through the halls of school being the smallest one. What I always told her was that she was fun sized. Tell yourself the benefits of being small, don't always think about the costs.

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Annabelle Porter voted up Gator Blu's answer

I can undertand wanting your mom around, especially at this time in your life. I don't think your dad will be mad, but if your mother is still doing drugs and drinking I doubt he will let her back into your life. Unfortunately people who do let that take over their lives always hurts those … Read more

Annabelle Porter
Annabelle Porter voted up Cookie Roma's answer

It's not difficult to understand that you want your mom in your life.  I'm sure your dad gets that too.  The thing is, your dad may also see that if your mom is still in her addiction, it would not be in your best interest to be I. Her life.