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    Im 16 yet treated like Im not. I know they want the best for me but they are so overprotective on boys, what I wear etc. How can I mention this to them without sounding rude?
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    Don't mention anything to them.
    This is an argument you can't win. They have their mindset. They are not going to change it just cos you don't like it. In fact they'd just become more entrenched.
    There is zero point in having an argument you can't win. It'll just create bad blood.

    You can leave home any time you want to do so, from now on.

    If you want to be treated like an adult then you will have to act like an adult. Adults move out from their parents' home and live their own independent lives.
    If you're not ready to do that, then you're still a child in outlook and there is therefore some justification from your parents in treating you like a child.

    Their parenting philosophy may be over-protective. That's just the luck of the draw. At least they are trying their best to be good parents.
 
 
 
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