Jump to content

my mom found out


puff.tm.dragon

Recommended Posts

She may yell, may annoy you, many be disappointed, may cry, may get angry.

 

But your ultimate lesson is to learn how not to get suspended again and what you can do now to prevent that from happening.

 

My only suggestion is to aim for an A and you'll approach it.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I don't understand, which school suspends a pupil for THREE months without notifying the pupils parents anyway?

 

Arwen

 

I used to think of ways to get around telling the parents if I ever got suspended. I never did anything to get suspended for, but it was fun to think about. You can always use a friend to take a phone call or as locke said, snag a letter. I just can't imagine what I'd do for 3 months. What would you do every day?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

What did you do?

very bad things

 

I don't understand, which school suspends a pupil for THREE months without notifying the pupils parents anyway?

 

Arwen

It was for the Spring semester. It has been 3 months into the semester.

 

Let me guess, they sent a letter and you snagged it?

Yes, apparently there is an "Encouragment letter" that i didn't know about. That's how she found out. The letter encouraged me to do better and stuff from the Dean, oh he's sneaky.

 

Partytime!!!

My life is a party.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I am surprised that they DO notify the parents of someone who isn't a minor: surely once you're an adult it should be your own responsibility, it shouldn't be your parents' business if you don't want them to know...

 

... but that aside, when does your suspension end? I don't think there's much for it but getting through it and making sure it doesn't happen again...

 

take care!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Your profile says you are 22, wouldn't this be a great opportunity to start behaving more accordingly to your age? People of your age graduate uni and start their careers, they usually don't get suspended and say the 'dean is sneaky'. College or whatever school you are in is a right you have. From 16, you are not obligated to take education. Why do it if you are so non-motivated? I really don't understand, college/uni is not kindergarten, and a lot of people in this world would be HAPPY if they were able to go to higher education and don't have the opportunity.

 

Arwen

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

  • Top Discussions this Week

  • Our picks

    • Why You Should NEVER Chase Your Ex
      You should NEVER chase your ex, no matter what... even if you want to get back together. In this video, I’ll explain what exactly I mean by that… and why it’s so important if you want your ex back. Here's the simple truth: if you DO want to give yourself the best possible chance of starting over with your ex, you simply CANNOT let yourself start chasing them… it just doesn’t work, even though it’s the natural human reaction to a breakup and often feels like the right way to get them back. Even if you DON'T want your ex back, you still shouldn't let yourself chase after them. Watch the full video to find out why...

       
      • 0 replies
    • How Do You Know She’s The One? 5 Signs She’s The One & 1 Red Flag! 🚩
      How Do You Know She’s The One? 5 Signs She’s The One & 1 Red Flag! 🚩... In this dating advice video, I will explain to you how to know she’s the one and give you five signs she’s the one as well as give you one red flag that you need to look out for. You may want to know whether she’s the one on first dates, online dating, or somewhere in the dating process. Take heed to these dating tips and be sure to watch the entire video.

       
      • 0 replies
    • 5 Odd Signs You're Seeking Approval from Others Outside of Yourself
      In this YouTube Video, Lisa A Romano discusses 5 signs that indicate you're still seeking approval from others outside of you. If you are codependent, and you struggle with self-love, you may not realize the signs you're seeking approval from others. Childhood trauma and emotional neglect lead to a sense of feeling unseen. If you feel unseen, you may seek approval in odd ways. It may not be obvious when you are looking for validation from others. In this video, Lisa A Romano breaks down these 5 signs, and what they mean; hypervigilance, neediness, low self-worth, never feeling fulfilled and what it means when you become a perpetual seeker.

       
      • 0 replies
    • 3 Simple Strategies To Ditch The Imposter Syndrome
      Have you ever felt like you're a fraud who doesn't belong? According to a recent article published in the International Journal of Behavioral Science, seven in every ten people have or will experience impostor syndrome at some point in their lives. We couldn't see our tribe suffering from this anymore, so we brought in the person who'll help you ditch this feeling for good. In this video, peak performance expert Shadé Zahrai joins Vishen to discuss how to supercharge your life and improve your self-esteem by constructing your own reality, leveraging your self-awareness, and regaining control over your inner critic

       
      • 0 replies
    • 5 Things People Who’ve Been Mentally Abused Do
      Do you know how common mental abuse is? According to The National Center for Biotechnology Information, 80 percent of the population has experienced some form of abusive relationship and behavior. However, despite how frequent it is, emotional abuse is still hard to spot. Unlike physical abuse, mental abuse doesn’t leave any visible scars; instead, it affects someone’s behavior, mindset, and mentality. This means some people deny they’ve been mentally abused, and others may not even recognize the toxic behavior. So, whether you’re reading this to be able to recognize emotional abuse in others or recognize it in yourself, these a few things people who’ve been mentally abused do are sure to help you be more empathetic and kinder.

       
      • 0 replies
×
×
  • Create New...