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Posted by Meri-Tuuli on September 12, 2005, at 6:38:41

In reply to 15 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER, posted by Declan on August 17, 2005, at 7:23:25

I agree with Declan, totally. My mother when I was growing up actually wanted me to dye my hair pink (she thought it was artistic or something) and she encouraged me to make unusual choices in my studies (I did art, geology and physics for my A-levels!) anyway end result was that I didn't do anything conventionally rebellious. I was also a massive tom boy, a proto-goth. I grew out of it. I also remember being into 'Witchcraft' when I was little....harmless fun. I also had the Communist phase, although whilst at university. I think these things make us a more rounded, tolerant individual. I can guarantee that in a year or two, your daughter will be like 'Wicca was sooo last year' or whatever. Maybe its part of God's plan to help her find her way in life.




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