It means they are concerned about you. It means that they might be noticing some things your doing that they don't feel are right or that they think you might be going down the wrong path and want to try to help you see the right way to go they might also just want to be more involved in your life because they don't want to miss out on the little person that they have raised there are many reasons that parents show spurs of interest in their children THEY LOVE their children and want to know what they are doing and that they are OK and that they are making good decisions for themselves just a few possibilites hope this helps!!!
These are things you don't expect to happen. That includes things such as automobile collisions, terror attacks, sudden death, school shootings, sudden sickness, medical emergencies, fire, flood, etc.
This could mean many things. It could mean that he no longer is interested. It can also mean that he simply wants to take things more slowly.
It depends on what things you mean. Communicate with your parents would be a good start. If you talk to them then maybe you will bond and start a relationship with them. They might not even know they are making you uncomfortable or how important certain things are for you. If what you mean are illegal things or things parents are not supposed to do to children, then you need to go to the police.
it can mean different things. 1. If he smiles at you a lot, he probably likes you 2. If he is just odd, then not.
Means he lost interest b/c you took to long to screw him.
Well it would depend on how old but if you tell your parents that might not work. Or if you ignore them they would have no interest in being mean.
'Bust ' can mean a number of things, -a woman's breasts, a statue of head and shoulders, or colloquially, a sudden failure.
It depends what you mean. If you mean if are parents some sort of sin, then I have no answer. But if you are talking about the alcholholics and things like that, it's sort of depends. If the parents harm their child in any way, yes they sort of are.
what do you mean by th sudden urge to sleep backwards
a sudden occurrence
To sudden fleeing
a sudden and active manifestation
A sudden or brief attack.
it means he really likes u but he dosnt want to make it obvios
Residual interest can mean either two things. Also known as a trailing interest, it can be paid to a consumer with a monthly balance. Secondly, after accrued it can be used to distribute amongst investors or mortgage holders.
what does points of interest mean
Take note of the way of communicating. Think carefully, what kind of "interest" was he referring to? Think deep.
That is a grammatical issue, not national. The two forms as written mean different things in any language.
If a disease or trait came from the parents then that's "hereditary". On the other hand, if a disease or trait did not came directly from the parents then that can only mean it was "acquired"
Don't fear things without first facing them. Just as you wouldn't pay interest on money you haven't borrowed.
You don't get your parents to do what you want. They are your parents and there to make sure you grow up right and healthy. Children often want to do things that they don't know the consequences of their actions and it is up to your parents to make sure you don't do some of these things. Adults have lived longer,done things, and have seen things so they have the experience to know what could happen or what will happen. Just because you get an "idea" doesn't mean it is good or that you need it. Listen to your parents.
a sudden feeling of sickness or faintness
A sudden stronger blast of wind.
thrown out in a violent or sudden way
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