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Amelia

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Apr 22, 2013
 

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Our 18 year old daughter had an abortion last November after being impregnated by her boyfriend, and swore to us she would not repeat the mistake. We trusted her, but she lied and deceived us all the way and never stopped seeing the boy. Two weeks before her high school graduation, she announced she was pregnant again, left home to live with her boyfriend, and threw away her college plans. Her boyfriend lives with his mother and stepfather, and is a construction worker, no education. Her boyfriend already has a criminal record at age 19 for drugs and alcohol to a minor. The lying and deception was so deep and calculated, and it went on for so long. Her mother and I feel so hurt and violated, as she led a double life. We told her after the first pregnancy, if it happened again, she was on her own and we would not help her. We are going to move on with our life, and disinherit her and her offspring- as it is not fair to our other daughter. We have not heard from her since June.
What's not fair to her sibling is the fact that she is seeing her parents hate. I suggest you read " The Prodical Son". Yes He asked His father for his share and left. His Father grieved yet put him in Gods hands. Love lived . The son did come home on his own accord but with a thankful heart.
Our children live alot what they learn. Words create. They actually will become the names we call them. Never be too proud. For Pride always comes before the fall. I plead the blood of Jesus on you and your family.
Amelia

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Amelia wrote:
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What's not fair to her sibling is the fact that she is seeing her parents hate. I suggest you read " The Prodical Son". Yes He asked His father for his share and left. His Father grieved yet put him in Gods hands. Love lived . The son did come home on his own accord but with a thankful heart.
Our children live alot what they learn. Words create. They actually will become the names we call them. Never be too proud. For Pride always comes before the fall. I plead the blood of Jesus on you and your family.
God has a plan for all of us. Sometimes we just get to busy to listen. Talk to God
God loves you and all of your children just the same. Yes understandable about your pain of being deceived. However 2 wrongs do not make a right. God says we must forgive. The healing you seek will only come through seeking Gods guidance He's only a question away. Remorse Vs Repentance

Judas was remorseful for what he did . However he did not repent. REMORSE is unbearable. Repentance on the other hand is not just a word or a prayer. It means a change of heart leading to change of actions and moving on with God. The words " I'm sorry, forgive me " never came out of Judas heart . Judas hung himself.
On the other hand Peter betrayed Jesus 3 times . He felt remorse and then repented. He asked Jesus for forgiveness. Those words " I'm sorry , forgive me" came out of his heart and he was able to walk in repentance . He went forward with the plan God had for his life. Peter taught the New Covenant of Jesus to many.
He lived his life for God.
He was the rock .
If we want change , WE Must Take the next step .

Let go of the bad feelings of REMORSE remembering God loves you. Move forward in repentance. That ACTION will bring change and freedom .

Also don't get into the blame game, for that will only keep you in REMORSE.

1 Corinthians 10:13
The Message (MSG)
13 No test or temptation that comes your way is beyond the course of what others have had to face. All you need to remember is that God will never let you down; hell never let you be pushed past your limit; hell always be there to help you come through it.

I too am going through the same as you

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Amelia

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Don't give up on her! Tell you love her every chance you get. Eventually the "Fun" of being on her own will wear off and she will want to come home. It took 6 months but mine did.
Yes. Love the person, NOT the destructive behavior. Let them know your there when they are ready.
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May 2, 2013
 
I have read almost all of these stories, looking for advice, but all I see are parents playing victim. If things were so good, then why did they leave? I'm not a pregnant teen, I didn't get an abortion. My boyfriend does smoke but isn't addicted.

I get the whole "You're still young, you don't know what love is." One word: Hypocrites. You were young once, maybe some of you were high school sweethearts.

I'm already planning on leaving, I'm the black sheep of my family. I've been told chores are more important than homework. I'm been told to act like an adult and take responsibility, but the next minute I need to stop trying. My own mother told me I needed to start acting like a teenager. I had to grow up at age 5.

More than half of you are not the victims. So stop complaining. You know once you have told them to grow up. So let them grow up. "They need to wake up." You do too, nowadays everyone is in a broken family, you just convince yourself that you're the exception when you're no where near it.
Denise

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My 18 yr. old daughter moved out the last day of high schoo was only 17....26 days before her 18th B-D. She called the police and said she wanted to leave because we were to strict. He waited until she packed her things and left. We let her use the car to go places with her friends, work. I would caught her in lies etc. and tell her Dad and the 3 of us would discuss it.We have caught her sneaking off with men even so far as to sneak them in the house.She says she moved because of me.I only wan what's best for her.When i call she won't answer my calls and when she call me and I giv advice she gets angry and says that's why she's not home, when I as her about going to college and if she's working, This is the 4th friend she has stayed with since leaving home. My husband and I have asked her to come home on several occasions, she said no. I had just finish chemo 10 days when she left. my husband both cried she is our baby girl...the only girl with 3 brothers age 34, 22, 19. We have decided to go on with our lives. I tired of my phone calls going unanswered. She calls her Dad every no and then. God bless you all. I only wanted to keep her safe and from around people who didn't mean her any good. I pray for her and I put her in God's hand.
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My 18 yr. old daughter moved out the last day of high schoo was only 17....26 days before her 18th B-D. She called the police and said she wanted to leave because we were to strict. He waited until she packed her things and left. We let her use the car to go places with her friends, work. I would caught her in lies etc. and tell her Dad and the 3 of us would discuss it.We have caught her sneaking off with men even so far as to sneak them in the house.She says she moved because of me.I only wan what's best for her.When i call she won't answer my calls and when she call me and I giv advice she gets angry and says that's why she's not home, when I as her about going to college and if she's working, This is the 4th friend she has stayed with since leaving home. My husband and I have asked her to come home on several occasions, she said no. I had just finish chemo 10 days when she left. my husband both cried she is our baby girl...the only girl with 3 brothers age 34, 22, 19. We have decided to go on with our lives. I tired of my phone calls going unanswered. She calls her Dad every no and then. God bless you all. I only wanted to keep her safe and from around people who didn't mean her any good. I pray for her and I put her in God's hand.
That's about all you can do Denise. Prayers to you and your family and your daughter
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You took the words and story right out of my mouth. my daughter just did the same thing the same way...i know your post was 2007 i was wondering what happened with your situation since then do i have anything at all to look forward too? Please help
Katherine

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May 7, 2014
 
My 18 year old sister ran away with her bf last week. He comes from a family where everything he could ever want is handed to him on a silver platter, whereas my family has rules and if they are broken we have to suffer the consequences. He has broken her heart so many times and after the 5th time mom asked her to stop seeing him and she did for a while because he had left for Cali on a Job turnaround. But he came back to tell her he has changed and they started dating in secret. well mom found out and grounded my sister, took her car and her phone. My sister called him on the house phone and explained what happened and he told her that she was 18 and didn't have to put up with our bs. That she would have a much better life if she just moved in with him and his mom. And that's what she did. she left with out a word. we didn't know what happened till we received a text from her on his phone. He started texting us saying that we might as well learn to accept him and get used to him because we might as well never see my sister again . He convinced her to buy a brand new car on her small waitress salary with his father as a cosign. She graduates next week and I'm worried I will never see my sister again. Someone, please, tell me there is hope that she might come home. She says she is doing this to prove to mom that she is a grown up but honestly all I see is a little girl who's boyfriend is telling her to leave a family who loves her all because he isn't getting his way. He is telling her that she is now with a family who loves her and that we are not her family anymore. Is there hope?
Elisa

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Jun 4, 2014
 
Thank god I found a site where there are people who are going through the same thing as me!! And I mean that in the best way not the misery loves company way!
My daughter just turned 18 on Saturday and although she has aleays said she would move out when she was 18 I never really believed she would. She has said she just wants to start her life as an adult but these are my major concerns....
She has not graduated high school she has to go back in September for 6 credits AND she is moving in with her boyfriend of only 3 months with his Dad and step mom, I have never even met the father nor has he given mr the respect of reaching out to me about this. Makes me very nervous about what kind of people would just let this happen?? In my book we as adults are not only supposed to raise our children and guide them but also look out for other children and above all respect the parents..

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