Our expert says:
Unfortunately, teenagers are very apt to get into rages, emotional storms, and to blurt out unpleasant comments that are very hurtful. And they tend to create high drama out of trivial issues. Claiming that not buying her enough clothers is abuse is almost obscene, when compared with genuine abuse. And how does giving her a cell phone somehow equal giving her a boyfriend ? She sounds irresponsible and confused, and heading for ill thought-out decisions that could eventually harm her. Once she turns 18 you may have little legal say in what she does do, so maybe this could be your last chance to intervene. She needs to see a shrink for a proper assessment, and advice on management based on those findings - maybe a psychologist at first.
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