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Q: My family is a mess. It seems like we all hate each other….
Q: My parents said I can’t date until I am 18, and even then I have to double-date! I don’t want to date behind their backs, but their rules feel so unfair. I don’t know what to do!
Q: My older bother is in a bad relationship. He knows she is mentally abusing him, but he lets her walk all over him anyway….How can I help him and not give up on him?
Q: Last year my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer….How do I let her know that I’m here for her emotionally even though my own heart is broken?
Q: I literally have panic attacks about leaving home. I have two years left before college and I am SO scared!
Q: It seems like me and my adoptive mom fight all the time. I feel broken down about it, depressed, and it even gets in the way of school. What can I do to fix things?
Q: I’ve decided that I don’t want to date, get married or have kids…. I really think that this is the best for me, but nobody else is ok with it. I don’t get it because it is my life.
Q: I know my mom supports my choice to follow the Lord. But the problem is, now she is abandoning her faith and I don’t know what to do.
Q: Why do everyone else’s parents seem way cooler than mine? People like my parents better than their own as well. Do all kids feel that way?
Q: My mum and dad split up three days ago and I have cried nonstop ever since. My dad has moved out. I know my mum is having an affair. I confronted her and she’s still denying it. What should I do?
Q: My dad and mom have being arguing a lot, and my dad moved out the house for a while….Could they ever get back together? How do I get though this?
Q: My mom and dad just split up about a week and a half before their 12th anniversary, and my house is crazy!
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