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Keitaru-san
10-24-2005, 09:16 AM
have you lost something in you childhood life becuase you parent has been protective?

i have i missed many thing becuase my mother was over protective, she would buy me console and games to keep me occupied in house so i won't go out and play with other kids, i didn't even had a bike cuase she was afraid i get hit by car or something.

i don't hate my mom or my family is just my mother was to over protective i've lost my childhood thats why i never gow up i want to have my childhood now:D .

En Svensk Tiger
10-24-2005, 09:49 AM
Seems like we have another Michael Jackson on our hands here -.-

My parents never were really protective. They took care of me and all, but I had my childhood, it was all good. Riding a bike, climbing in trees, you know the deal.

The only thing I'm bitter about is the fact that I got a tv in my room at too young a age. I really wanted it back then,(I guess I was around 11-12) and I loved having it. But still, all the time I wasted watching mindless stuff on tv both day and night. What a way. I used to read alot of books before I got my own tv, but I didn't read much after I got it.
I don't watch much tv any more though, I yet again prefer to read. So I guess the circle is complete.

The Wing Man
10-25-2005, 12:39 AM
I kinda lost some stuff i should of done as a kid cuz my dad was protective.

Darklord
10-25-2005, 10:10 AM
I lost so much moments time and happenings when I was a child.....(oh the waste...
-_-..)...Its alot of things...so much....

JustAnime16
10-25-2005, 10:19 AM
Yes.. i lost and am still currently losing out on my high school years supposed to be the best time of my life but i cant go to partys or do anything ill elaborate more when im not in school and everyone cant ready my stuff

Moved_to_new_account
10-25-2005, 07:09 PM
My childhood popularity? I mean, I I'm 13 right now, but seems like I can't fit in as easy as I'd like it to be because parents didn't really give me ways to listen to music (until now), I couldn't (can't) hang out wiht friends after school, when I was younger I couldn't play "violent" shooting games, and so it was harder for me to find subjects to talk about. Good thing I have smarts to smuggle my way in ;)

Tsuna Kadiri
10-25-2005, 07:24 PM
My parents are protective, but not to an extreme. They look out for me, but aren't hovering over my back every second of the day like some parents do to their kids. I think my Uncle and my Grandmother are more protective of me than my actual Mom and Dad are.

The only thing that gets on my nerves is that my Uncle throws a fit everytime either my brother or I go swimming in the pool 'unsupervised'. O_o
He complains that, 'What if you get a cramp in your leg while you're swimming, what'll happen?'. Oy, you can swim with your arms, you know. Heck, you can swim with only one leg and no arms if you're really good. The only way I'd drown is if my entire body went into a freak muscle spasm, and for some reason, I don't think that will ever happen!

I have yet to argue that point with him, though. ^^;;

Lady_Farore
11-06-2005, 03:44 PM
ive never been outside for more than 10 min. and my parents never let me learn how to ride a bike because of the "danger"

souless cowboy
11-06-2005, 04:20 PM
I lost a bb gun because the yard was full of dead birds. =/ I couldn't help it, the blue birds were so freaking loud. <.< A daisy air gun with a .22 calibur scope on it. Oh boy they fell. x.x "COREY WHAT ARE YOU DOING!?" me-Controlling the bird populations. XD Yeah, i've had these excuses sense the age of eight. <.< After she took my bee bee gun it was too late. Birds stop coming around the house. I would steal their eggs and feed them to my dog. <.< The dog would get attacked by the birds alot. O.o Of course i have no knowledge of why that is.

--souless

Loljoke
11-06-2005, 04:44 PM
I lost a bb gun because the yard was full of dead birds. =/ I couldn't help it, the blue birds were so freaking loud. <.< A daisy air gun with a .22 calibur scope on it. Oh boy they fell. x.x "COREY WHAT ARE YOU DOING!?" me-Controlling the bird populations. XD Yeah, i've had these excuses sense the age of eight. <.< After she took my bee bee gun it was too late. Birds stop coming around the house. I would steal their eggs and feed them to my dog. <.< The dog would get attacked by the birds alot. O.o Of course i have no knowledge of why that is.

--souless
That is really amousing, in some weird way.

I was never overprotected, I've had it all around me, drugs, alcohol, but still a good childhood. One of the best I think.
Although, I've had all the bad stuff around me, I've never done anything of it myself, in case you were wondering. I'm totally confident that I will never drink a drop of alcohol or consume any drugs.

Well, that aside, I haven't lost anything really.

Naruto711
11-06-2005, 04:54 PM
I lost the wanting to be with my parents. I cant really stand to be around them because they never let me do anything original or outspoken. Of course i stiil do to piss them off or to throw of the bored'em of an average life. So i love my parents, but i really dont like them....or being around them i mean.

Kurama_the_spirit_fox
01-26-2006, 03:10 PM
well.... if you count the overall time ive spent outside in my life (16 years) it would end up being 3 hours. if you dont count school. so, i miss all outdoor things....... im not even alloud to leave the front pourch.... T.T

Opinionated
01-26-2006, 05:42 PM
I am dishonored. I live in Texas. I have never hunted in my life. I have done my best to keep my friends from knowing this.

dragoninja
01-26-2006, 06:05 PM
Parents are protective. Its why young children dont die .. but yeah, mine wouldnt let me wear bagy cloths, wear my hat backwards, or go out with girls. I used to hate growing up like that but now I dont think about it much since I was just a punk anyway. Your usual (kill um all) teen I guess.

Im glad though because now I know how much growing up that way sux. I would never do that to my children. I know there is a thin line between disapline and love, and there will always be the parent who takes it too far.

I know I wont be the perfect dad, but I think if you love your child then it'll work out in the end.

Gjallarhorn
01-26-2006, 06:28 PM
My potential social life. I still haven't found it.

-akichan-
01-26-2006, 06:36 PM
Yes there are two things i lost, one thing was good to lose, and one was too valueable to be lost.

The thing i shouldnt have lost.
I lost one of my bestest friends when i was in elementary school her name is Jieyun. She was my best best friend in Korea and cos of the arguement between her and my parents...my parents decided to throw me here in America away from Jieyun. It was something i dun wanna lose...it was friendship. Even now theres a new girl at my school, her name is Jieyun as well and everytime i look at her...it reminds me of my friend cos they look alike.

What i was glad to lose was drugs. When i was 12 back in HK, i hung out with very bad pplz cos of my parents were hurting me every single day so one day i decided to leave home. And i ended up getting drunk in the club with my bad friends. We even started to use drugs, i tasted alot of kinds too. One day i was very unconcious and im sure that i passed out at the street. I woke up in the hospital knowing that all the drugs were cleaned in my body. And at that time, i still wanted to do drugs cos i thought drugs would make me feel very happy and high. One day my parents went to the club to find me, when i saw them, they were all beaten up. Cos of my bad friends, they abused my parents for taking me away.

I was feeling very loved and decided to go back to my parents and leave my friends i met in the club. I lost those "friends" and drug addiction.

IceDragon_1552
01-26-2006, 06:46 PM
My parents were never overly protective of me, but ever since we moved, they aren't home as much, which means I'm not allowed to go outside and be with my friends. I'm growing older and all, so I'm (slowy) regaining my life back, but I've gotten too accustomed to staying inside...

All in all, what I lost is my old life. But I've gained a new one also.

BlueyedFox
01-26-2006, 06:56 PM
wow...that was an intense story...

"I lost the wanting to be with my parents. I cant really stand to be around them because they never let me do anything original or outspoken. Of course i stiil do to piss them off or to throw of the bored'em of an average life. So i love my parents, but i really dont like them....or being around them i mean."

yeah...I know whatcha mean...
I can't get on chat rooms, stay on the computer for more than 2 hours, where skirts (unless they're past my knees), watch rated R movies, or stay out past like 10:00....
It's hard to have a social life when there's no life to make social....

Darth Tyranus
01-26-2006, 07:57 PM
My parents were great, my dad exposed me to all the classic films out there and it's what started my love of movies. And started me down the road that made me the jadded person I am today.

Faceless111
01-26-2006, 08:07 PM
I missed out on beatings and child abuse.

White_Fang
01-26-2006, 08:55 PM
my parents were never too over protective but when my friend tried to drag me out for shopping they put their foot down...i don't blame them,anyway i didn't really lose that much.besides,i don't think they even care about me...ah.

Lady_Izayoi
01-27-2006, 12:15 AM
Alright, this might not exactly fit in here, because it's not about over protective parents, per say. But it is something i do regreted all my life.

Never having the chance to tell my dad, that i love him, not being able to remember his voice, his laughter, or what it was like to be held in his arms.

My dad was killed when i was two years old.

So, to everyone. Even if your parents go on your nerves sometimes, or you think they are to strict. Never take your parents for granted. Never let a chance slip by to tell them that you love them. Because you never know, if it may not be the last time you are able to do so.

Capernicus
01-27-2006, 01:34 AM
Not being able to go to the college I had the potential to go to. I could have gone to Harvard (seriously, they kept sending me info and scholarhips and such). But my mom was/is very overprotective. I'm the youngest, and my mom is very much an attention junky. I had to go to local college (a good one, but not IB League of course). A part of me resents my mother for this, but I still love her. I still have nightmares in which I wake up, crying because I have hurt her in some way in the dream. (Oh wow, I sound pathetic.) Well, I hope to move out soon. Yes, I'm still living with her. I'm being denied not only the best education, but also the full college experience. I don't have any friends...

Sundavar the illusionist
01-27-2006, 01:48 AM
i've lost much too... like my will to spend money... my mother always hide my money away when i was a child so i would always be sent for life... and now that i'm living in an aparment with a lot of cash i realize i could aford a better place to live... but i wont because i've been trained to save my money

Scion
01-27-2006, 06:33 AM
I have been too overprotected when I was younger. I couldn't go outside and play for more than a hour. I was mostly in my room or in the living room with my best buddy the Tv.

~Mika~
01-27-2006, 06:41 AM
Something that bothers me was that I could do whatever I wanted with my own money. So I would blow it off on stupid stuff. Until it was all gone. All of it. My mother never said a word. Then two hours laterr I'de be like, "Mom why didn't you stop me?!". I got reaaly pissed off and must of the stuff I would but would be "nonrefundable".-_-

Keitaru-san
01-27-2006, 06:52 AM
now thats an old thread i haven't seen in while.

mika...maybe your parent tried to let you learn thing on your own (aka hard way)...or they really didn't want to tell you what todo.

FierceFeli.
08-02-2006, 05:23 AM
Well, my parents have been kinda protective (They say girls parents protect them more than boys parents hm...) I were not allowed to be outside after 7 o'klock til I were like 11 years old...(of course I could be out for longer sometimes) But thats about it, I'm not the kinda person who runs out to every party I can get xD

Keitaru-san
08-04-2006, 07:33 AM
loool, i know what u saying but if u put urself in their shoes you see why they do that, if u look nowadays streets arent as safe as they used to be. anyway there is a reason for thing they do...but still i hate it when they dont explain anything.

Knuffle Bunny
08-04-2006, 07:55 AM
It's not about something i lost in my childhood, something i am LOOSING in my childhood. Im only fifteen after all, there really isn't any "childhood" for me. Anyways,

My mom won't let me go anyway. My friends all go to this really fun Ohio summer camp thingy. They sleep over there for a week. I live in Canada mind you, so Ohio is a long way. I wanted to go this year so badly, and surprisingly, my mom said yes. The downside is...she wanted to come with me. Basically, i just lost my freedom there.T.T

I earn my own money, y'know jobs and paper routes. But the thing is, i can't use any of it. Before i can use my own hard earned money, i must get my parents permission first. -pouts- my parents never let me buy anything. Technically, the money is theirs.

Princess Cupcake
08-04-2006, 09:02 PM
Actually, yes. But, I'm still in my child years I guess you could say... I'm a teenager. But, my parents do not trust me on the computer. I guess I once did some ridiculous things but parents don't get over anything. It never passes and they will always have something on you. So I have to sneak on to see my loved one. Hm... that means I'm being robbed of love! xDDD Nuu!