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Homecoming May♥ 1 child; Texas 9183 posts
21st Sep '12

Okay so me and SO dropped out of school like a year or so ago. I should be a junior in high school. And he was class of 12'.
Anyways... tonight he really wants go to the High School Homecoming. I really dont wanna go for some reason. I used to love football games. But it's like..I know for sure there is this one girl who wants to fight me. ( I know immature, I just like to shy away from the drama. And I am just honestly not prepared for all the dirty looks from my old teaches, dumb hoes ect. I also feel like alot of other people that dont suck are just gonna be all over DD wanting to hold her ect and it DD doesn't like strangers. Blah... It's like I kinda wanna go, but I dont. I hated high school, and I feel like it might give me anxiety....But SO wants to go so bad. And homecoming is such a big deal where I am from....



Advice?

melindapple 1 child; Michigan 5425 posts
21st Sep '12

why not just let him go by himself then?

Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 22401 posts
21st Sep '12

Just let him go by himself.

May♥ 1 child; Texas 9183 posts
21st Sep '12
Quoting melindapple:" why not just let him go by himself then?"


He is definatley not gonna go by himself. He is weird like that.

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20227 posts
21st Sep '12
Quoting May ♥:" He is definatley not gonna go by himself. He is weird like that."


That's his problem then. If he wants to go so badly and you don't, then he can go by himself or not at all. That's what I would say.



Don't go if you don't want to.

☆ Erica 1 child; Flat Rock, Michigan 1439 posts
21st Sep '12
Quoting May ♥:" Okay so me and SO dropped out of school like a year or so ago. I should be a junior in high school. And ... [snip!] ... like it might give me anxiety....But SO wants to go so bad. And homecoming is such a big deal where I am from.... Advice?"


I would go, but with a backup plan to leave in case anything goes down. I would talk to him and say something like "Okay, i'm willing to go and try to have fun with you, but if any drama goes down or if DD gets too smothered by people, we leave, deal?" That way, at least you're willing to try to do what he wants, and in return....he should respect what you want if it doesn't work out.

DEGO 19 kids; Bridgeport, Ohio 3915 posts
21st Sep '12

You're taking a baby to a homecoming dance?

Milk Monster 2 kids; Arizona 9089 posts
22nd Sep '12
Quoting DEGO