But I’m starting to understand that if I want to see my teenager and his friends, I’m going to have to relax and just say “yes” to some things. Doesn’t matter if I’m tired or it’s inconvenient or it’s completely ridiculous, the next time something comes up that I would normally veto, I’m just going to casually shrug and say, “Sure, why not?”
But I’m starting to understand that if I want to see my teenager and his friends, I’m going to have to relax and just say “yes” to some things. Doesn’t matter if I’m tired or it’s inconvenient or it’s completely ridiculous, the next time something comes up that I would normally veto, I’m just going to casually shrug and say, “Sure, why not?” Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com
But I’m starting to understand that if I want to see my teenager and his friends, I’m going to have to relax and just say “yes” to some things. Doesn’t matter if I’m tired or it’s inconvenient or it’s completely ridiculous, the next time something comes up that I would normally veto, I’m just going to casually shrug and say, “Sure, why not?” Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com

Sometimes it’s cool to ‘just say yes’ to your teen

March 18, 2016 12:56 AM

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