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Date Posted: 19:49:26 06/25/16 Sat
Author: more inside...
Subject: This scenario is very common among girls. I raised 3.
In reply to: see inside for details 's message, "any experience with this? DD having problems with friends" on 03:54:55 06/25/16 Sat

My three DDs all experienced situations like this. The reason your daughter was left out may be absolutely anything... from them wanting to drink and knowing she isn't the type, to the opposite of that, to almost any reason that you can or can't imagine.

The only solution to this problem is to have 2 or 3 friend groups. My youngest, a 17 year old, found that this is the only way to survive. When one group is acting up in one way or another, she hangs out with a different group. She rotates and switches it up constantly. DD is very outgoing, and I know this might not be so easy with less outgoing girls.

Just reassure her that EVERY GIRL goes through this, even though it doesn't seem like it. It happens all of the time.

I wouldn't suggest bringing it up to the girls, she'll just come off as clingy. The more she can appear uninterested in them and more into some other friends, the better. The best revenge is to have fun with others and not to act like she cares all that much, even if she desperately does.

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  • My daughter now 23 has same issues -- Old Mom, 03:36:55 06/26/16 Sun
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