I have a daughter and stories like this keep me up at night. I am also not as understanding as this mother is. I do not know if I could control what I would do to these three boys if I got a hold of them. At that point I would have nothing to lose. But hey that is me.
I also want to know where were her friends? All I know is all teenagers experiment with liquor at some point during their young lives.....this is nothing new. I however question why a 15 year old was left home alone with an open liquor cabinet while parents went up Napa for a weekend with no one left in charge? Are you insane!?! Listen up little GG that shit is not going to fly in this house your mama was not a hermit but a party-er so she knows exactly what the 411 is. I am here to be your parent NOT your friend. I feel that surrounding yourself with true good friends is a huge importance during these tough young adult years. They should have kept an eye out for her. They knew she was passed out upstairs they should have made sure she was ok.
When I hear stories like this it flashes me back to my senior year in HS. All I remember is that if I had not been watched by my friends who knew what could have happened that night. I had pretty strict Italian family. I was watched like a hawk for years and it someways it was great and in other ways not so much. I rebelled in the way I dressed, spoke and did some things. I never pushed it too far becasue it was hard to "get over" on my parents. I was a pretty
As women we need to watch out for each other.....To this day anytime we go out none of us leave one another in a bar. And when we get home we text one and another to make sure we got home safely. It is so sad and tragic to me that some these young adults do not have the same values to watch out for one another but they in turn would rather take photos/videos and break each other down. What does that say for the future of our country and their souls?