My 15 year old sister drinking. Watch

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Keep anon or delete, as I'd prefer it, thanks.

Just been on my sister's facebook, and my family are quite strict with regards to alcohol. There's loads of pics with her absolutely out of her face (on God knows what), and statuses like "I'm so hungover right now". Everytime she goes to her friends I'm guessing this is what she does but she always lies to myself and mum saying she's never drunk in her life.

I think this is quite wrong, and it's clear she's doing this every single weekend whilst pretending she's merely stopping at a friends to do homework or something. Should I say something to my mom?
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It is her choice and all that but I think you should.
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no. dont be a nob. what the hell is wrong with you?
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Let her be a rebellious teen for God's sake man!
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If I was you i would talk to my sister first and get her to explain
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THIS is why you should never add family members on facebook.
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But it's the fact she lies and lies. Even know when I have proof she's still lying.
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At her age, it's perfectly normal for her to be going out with her mates and drinking. But why tell your mum? What she doesn't know won't hurt her, and it's her own life and choices at the end of the day.
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(Original post by *Gee*)
If I was you i would talk to my sister first and get her to explain
But I have and she's still lying.
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everybody starts drinking regularly around 15 - you go through that stage of thinking being drunk in the park is cool - until you grow up a little.

As long as it doesnt go on for like a year who really cares
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Maybe your family should rethink its attitudes towards alcohol before you snitch on her.
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Haha so innocent
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It's her life, her body, she knows you're on her Facebook, so she's obviously doing it for a reason. Let her make her own faults
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I drank more at 15 than I do now at 20. Best year of my life!

I'm perfectly stable, never been pregnant, in prison or hospital & I'm off to university with good grades. Just for your information.


Unless your sister is totally immature and unstable, leave her alone. She already knows what it's like to get drunk and your mum being more strict is going to do absolutely sod all. If anything she will drink more. I speak from experience.

Talk to her yourself if you're that worried.
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:dontknow: Sounds like a pretty normal 15 year old to me
As long as she isn't getting herself arrested etc. then let her make her own choices/mistakes
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Maybe if she was out getting drunk on the streets, abusing people and getting herself in danger, you might need to tell your mum, but as she's doing it at a friends house, i wouldn't. Most teenagers do this, be glad she's only drinking.
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i was drunk more at 15 in a day than a do now in a month easy.

just jog on xd
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ALL teens push the boundaries, let her do it and if you spot anything that is a major problem or seriously life-endangering, talk to her about it.

Hell, my little brother used to see my pictures drunk at parties at about 14/15 and told my parents, my dad said all teens did it but just make sure I didn't do anything stupid. The reality is, your parents probably already know, but just let her do it, she'll make her own mistakes and hopefully learn from them.
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15's about the age I really began to drink properly. And honestly, I've been fine. It hasn't turned me into a deranged, depressed fool. So leave her be. Don't snitch on her. Nice to show some brotherly concern though.
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(Original post by stoprunning)
I drank more at 15 than I do now at 20. Best year of my life!

I'm perfectly stable, never been pregnant, in prison or hospital & I'm off to university with good grades. Just for your information.


Unless your sister is totally immature and unstable, leave her alone. She already knows what it's like to get drunk and your mum being more strict is going to do absolutely sod all. If anything she will drink more. I speak from experience.

Talk to her yourself if you're that worried.
Agreed 100%
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