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Mom Read My Journal!
I don't know what to do. My mom read my journal without asking. I write really personal stuff that I'd never want anyone to see. She can't unread it. I'm really mad at her and she doesn't seem very sorry for what she did. Now what? – Jessica, 14, Illinois
Hi Jessica. I can see that you are very mad and angry at your mother reading your journal. I was in the same position four years ago. Your mother reads your journal to know what is going on in your life. I know its your privacy and you like to keep it to yourself. Talk to your mum nicely and tell her what that privacy means to you, and that you would like it if she could stop reading it. I hope it helps. – Maddy, 16, Australia
Jessica, don't freak out. A lot of parents read their kid’s journal. That doesn't mean that it’s okay. What you should do is sit down with your mom and reassure her that she can trust you. Because if she read your journal, she thinks you are not telling her something. So talk to your Mom! She worries, ya know. – Dariana, 13, New YorkOMG! I totally understand how you feel! Once my brother read my diary. I have a question. (answer honestly) Did you ask your mom WHY she read it? What did she say? Was she cleaning your room and stumbled across it and couldn't help but peek? Or did she go looking for it. If it was the first one, OK. You shouldn't be too mad. But if it was the second one, you have a serious problem. Either way, ask for an apology. You deserve it. – Aragwen, 11, USA
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