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Time, once again, to give me your opinion on the short topic below.

 

Susie and Norman lived in an average  house. They had average incomes and the normal two kids, one boy, one girl. The parents had always let the kids make decisions for themselves if they could.

The son had longer hair than what the parents believed reasonable; but, hey, he wasn’t hurting anyone and would out grow it. Jeans would show the butt-crack and they did have to remind him to pull them up.

The daughter had lots of friends. She wore what most teens her age wore. Then a day came when a friend of hers and she got into a big fight. From that day on, it was never resolved.

She didn’t feel the same about herself and became aloof. She started dating a guy that her parents thought looked way out there. They didn’t approve. Too long of hair, nose rings, earrings, holy jeans and a motorcycle.

For the first time the parents became concerned about where their daughter was headed. What should they do?

 

Alright, time for you to tell me your thoughts on this. Answer below in the Reply section. Thanks

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HOME SKILLET ADVICE COLUMN


talkingThis is the third post I have written thus far for Home Skillet. The way it goes is I give an example in a story and you give me your advice. Sounds pretty fair, don’t you think? Last week it went over quite well, so I am hoping it does again.

STORY

Betty and Sue had been good friends from clear back in high school. Now they had children who were grown and some grandchildren to enjoy. Betty’s husband cheated on her so she is living a divorced life today.

Sue’s husband was a good man, but he passed away. Both ladies still remain good friends today. They go to functions and dinner parties and text each other quite a bit.

Sue thought it strange one evening when she was to meet Betty at the club; but Betty never showed up. Phone calls and text made, but no response. Sue went ahead and enjoyed her evening, thinking Betty must not be feeling well.

A couple of days later, Betty called and asked to meet Sue in the park. When they both got out of their cars, Sue gasped out loud yelling, ” What in the world happened to you girl? Who did that to you?”

” Oh this, well, actually, I was trying to carry groceries in the door and I sort of tripped over one of the bags and the door came back and hit me right in the face.”

” Oh my gosh, that must have hurt like crazy.”

” It hurt more than you can imagine.”

The two sat on the bench and Sue talked but Betty barely said a word. Sue nudged her and leaned her head on Betty’s shoulder. Quietly, she asked, ” What’s really wrong? I know somethings wrong.”

Betty started to weep, trying to turn her face away. Sue gently tugged at Betty’s chin forcing her to look at her. Silence filled the air they breathed. Time ticked by too slowly.

” I was robbed last night. Someone broke into my back door. They took all of my cash and that must be about the time I woke up. I sat up on the bed and he saw me. He came in and hit me in the face and then he raped me. Please, please don’t tell a living soul. I just couldn’t face it if anyone knew. I feel so ashamed.”

 

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

TWO BEST FRIENDS, A BIG SECRET, A CRIME COMMITTED. WHAT WOULD YOU DO?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This is the second post for Home Skillet. The title tells you that this is a solve a problem post. I will state a problem and it is your job to give your opinion. Pretty easy. The first post went over well so I am hoping for at least as good if not better on this one.

 

Alice had been carrying a heavy load most of her adult life. She argued with her self making a point that she was an adult; and was entitled to live as she saw fit. On the flip side she could always hear her parents state how awful it was if people did this.

Should Alice seek an appointment with a therapist?

Should Alice just get toughened up and realize her parents were old-fashioned?

Now is your time to voice your thoughts on this.

What did Alice do that her parents would never approve of?

Answer is;  She smoked.

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