If she turns out right, everything is great!
But if she turns out wrong, then she would be a constant source of dissapointment, heartbreak, and shame.
Even if a boy could turn out bad too, would having a girl make it harder?
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- No56% (10)47% (7)52% (17)Vote
- Undecided16% (3)6% (1)12% (4)Vote
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If we compare my brother and I, it was probably a lot more easy to raise me in the long run. I used to be quite hot-headed as a child but that only lasted a few years. Once school started I was pretty calm. My brother wasn't as hot-headed but he has been a very problematic teen and young adult. He's very into gaming so he would stay up all night and scream at his teammates, leaving my mother and I sleepless for maaany nights. Screaming back at him or even crying didn't help. If we shut off the internet, he would only be at it again the next night. He's also quite a party animal. He has gotten in so much trouble when partying. Broken his nose. Gotten completely wasted and puked everywhere in his room. Brought girls home in the middle of the night without mom's permission (I caught him though 😊). Life was hell when he still lived at home between the ages of like 14 and 21. He has grown up a little now but has still been irresponsible at times, such as cheated on his girlfriend. Luckily they ended things shortly after that and she didn't have to go through that heartbreak since he never told her.
And me? I don't drink, I don't smoke. I party like once or twice a year. I'm good in school, currently studying to become a web designer/coder. I'm very calm and quiet. I'm only hot-headed when people do me wrong. I never rebelled as a teen. I haven't gone through much boy problems except for one idiot, but we never even dated really and I think I handled it pretty well. I've never had a boyfriend, never brought home strange guys. Compared to my brother, handling me has been a breeze for my parents.2
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