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It validates your concerns so she won’t think you’re just being an overbearing, overprotective parent who isn’t ready for her to grow up. I suggest you be able to talk to her about boys, sex, alcohol and drugs, because they’re around and kids do experiment.
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Would you rather educate her or have her getting alcohol-poisoning at a party? They’re proud and need to be treated like they’re proud and special. But I think that wives with children have so much pressure on them, the natural thing is for the kids to take priority.
I’m not saying that you should condone that behavior, but you need to help her manage peer pressure and you do that not by saying “don’t do any of it, it’s all bad.” We all know that sometimes we’re attracted to the forbidden fruit. The husband feels secondary and in one form or another may seek out that required special attention outside the marriage. and if you can’t remember, then that’s your sign right there. Remember, happy parents usually means happy children.