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I think actually you WERE brought up that way, Darrell. Particularly with science, lots of reasons why Evangelicals tend away from that.
I mean... darling. It's FINE if you want to be a homemaker. But it's okay to try things too? You've got time.
Onto the last kid!
He starts doing that thing he does where he like pounds on the negative.
1) True. I also wish Woody Allen were somebody else and not a sexual predator.
2) That aged well.
Dobson pushes more on the friend thing, and Darrell explains that his friends just didn't like school, wouldn't study if something wasn't on the test, it wasn't cool to care like he did. And he closed himself off for a long time
1) How does mom know this?
2) Sounds serious.
Gaylene said she tried to do that by choosing the wrong friends
Ceslie has been recently thinking about if a person would be a good marrying person because how they look won't matter when they get old anyway.
There's more talk about pimples and how they show up at inconvenient times. I actually don't have a lot of experience with this.
Dobson then asks about the role of inferiority in drug use, what did that look like, was it present in his experiences?
Darrell was short for a while and felt bad about it, was super freaked out about being in PE and take showers in front of people. This is an experience I also never had.
I am... very worried about Darrell tbh.
Page asks what if you fail at something new you try, that can make you feel so bad and then you are even worse off than you were?
I mean... I'm willing to test that theory, eh? ;)
Basically it is a few points that he thinks are important for you to remember in adolescence.
"Even though you and I have never been introduced, I feel that this book has permitted us to become good friends."
New book coming next week, but we'll talk about that later. Night fam!