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Slacker and Steve - OPP: Reading Daughter’s Diary (Audio)

February 28, 2017

Today’s OPP is from Becca:

 

Yi,

My 14-year-old daughter has kept a diary for the last year or so. I’ve been reading it to keep tabs on her. I don’t read it every day, just when I happen to be in her room or she is acting strange over something. I was in there a few days ago and took a peek and learned that she went to her first party last month when she was supposed to be staying the night at a friend’s house. She drank and tried weed while she was there. That is a serious infraction at our house. My thing is, I don’t think I can confront her about it because then she’ll know I read her diary, and I never would have known if she didn’t put it in there. She didn’t get in any trouble and was acting fine when she got home the next morning. What do I do now? Do I admit I was snooping and punish her and potentially destroy the chances of her coming to me when she needs me in the future? Or do I just let it go for now?

Becca

 

Does Becca admit to snooping and punish her daughter? Or just let it go?

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Our OPP discovered something her daughter did…and now she’s wondering if she can even confront her about it. Find out why she may have to let it go and tell her what you would do!