Ever since the beginning of the year my mom keeps taking my stuff and getting rid of it or hiding it. She also has been going though my stuff to make sure my stuff is appropriate but she doesn't go though my older sister's stuff. She also gives my sister and brothers whatever they want and when I ask for something she says, "you can pay for it yourself."
I feel bad. Can you help me?
Sad and Stuff
Dear Sad and Stuff,
I don't know how old you are but if your Mother keeps an eye on you I am sure that she means the best for you. If you think otherwise, don't cry about it -- just ask your Mother to give you an explanation.
There are some things that are for very young girls and there are some things that are for older girls. Have you heard that Mothers know best? Just put your arms around MOM and ask her to explain what is good for you and what is not. As you grow older you will learn - with MOM's help, all the things that are good for you at that age.
You're lucky to have a Mother who is ready to guide you as you travel the sea of life. Good swimming.
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