It's very difficult for someone such as yourself to be in this situation. You've been with your mom so there is no longer a mystery there. I am sure she has set household rules, wants you to study, perhaps help with the chores and life seems pretty dull with her around. Well, here is a news flash! Your dad was out of the picture for years while your mother struggled hard to love you and keep you from harms way, not to mention looking after you when you were sick, being sure you get a good education and a roof over your head and food in your stomach. Along comes your father and he's suddenly the hero and right now things with mom are boring, so you think dad will offer you a more fun place to live. If your father had wanted to look after you he could have helped out your mom. It's time for you to sit down with both your parents and ask your father some important questions. Ask him why he wasn't around all those years when you were growing up. Perhaps he does have a good excuse, but I highly doubt it. I am not asking you to hate your father at all and he may be a nice guy, but take it slow and easy and don't be so hard on your mom. Both parents are very important in your life and perhaps while talking to them you could suggest the 3 of you do things together until you get to know him better and then live with mom, visit your dad on some weekends and perhaps some holidays and have the best of both worlds. I think you are a bit confused and you really want to get to know your dad a little at a time, but I doubt you really want to live with him at this point. Hopefully he'll be sure to spend some quality time with you. In the meantime please respect your mother and all she has done for you. Yes, she may have yelled at you, and perhaps sometimes it was unfair, but she had a big load of responsibilities on her shoulders and the biggest one was raising you. It appears from the sound of your post she did a very good job raising you. You must have heard of Hurricane Katrina, well think of this ... many kids lost one or both of their parents in that terrible natural disaster, so feel very, very lucky you have a mother that loves you with all of her heart, and a father that wants to get to know you. Good luck Marcy
although snails can live alone, it is best to keep them in groups because they like company, and will be happier with others.
no they just live in captivity and are scared of people.
No and yes. It depends woman and men can be depressed and not enjoy their live. So no not based on gender just on the way you feel and how you handle it.
It's just how they've evolved. They do it for the same reason wolves, people, and birds live in groups. It helps them survive better, and so they've evolved so that being in groups makes them happier. Just like humans, mice who live together lead happier and healthier lives. You wouldn't like it if you were in solitary confinement, right? So don't do it to your mice.
not much you can do- sorryjust live though it if it does
Maybe he's just scared of being committed or maybe he's not ready to be and doesn't know what it will be like.
If you don't learn, you might as well just be a rock! Learning helps you to become better at everything, and to be happier, and to live a better life.
Yes and much happier
They live "on land" although frogs still live in water, they just are not reliant on it for oxygen.
Just bom your house
so you get to live a longer and happier life.
The Campa Indians live primarily in the eastern foothills of the Peruvian Andes, although just over 200 of them live in Brazil.
If you are scared of being happy than look deep into yourself and look out for why you are scared. Is it because you were hit, bullied or maybe someone hit you. Is it because you did something bad to someone physically or emotionally because of purpose. If yes then say sorry to that person and hopefully he or she will just try to forget it. Dont be scared of being happy, just live your life filled with a lot of happiness!!!!!
Although many think it is very cold there, it is actually not that cold. They live just like we do in the U.S.
If our immediate ancestors were happier than us it was probably because they got to spent more time with their families. If primitive man was happier than people living today, it was because they did not know any other way to live.
They are amazing, aren't they? They would be much happier left to live on their own. Why not just enjoy them for a few moments when one comes for a visit?
Probably not scared, but if you live in the northeastern U.S. you should probably stay on alert and be cautious.
Yes, Syrian Hamsters need to live on their own as if kept together they will fight, sometimes to death. The other hamsters, Dwarf Hamsters, are happier in groups but can be solitary. However, some individuals may be happier on their own.
She lives in Wisconsin
That just means he is neutered and won't mate with any other rabbit. However, the male will live longer and happier!
Yes, although that love is not always possible. You just know!
Not dead or inanimate or something that has life. Example: the bullet was live, we were scared.
Just go for it if you don't then you might loose the chance remember you only live once
Head lice live on people and although they aren't dangerous and they don't spread disease, they are contagious and can just be downright annoying.