Weird because of how I dress

lily

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#2
i think you should talk to a counselor to get this sorted out or tell your mom that you're not cold so you really don't want to wear heavy clothes.
 
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#4
i think you should talk to a counselor to get this sorted out or tell your mom that you're not cold so you really don't want to wear heavy clothes.
I was diagnosed with a weak immune system, and the doctor recommended that I avoid being cold, so there’s no use in trying to convince my mom.
 
#8
I remember you posting a thread about this around this time last year. Was there any approaches you took last year that helped?
 
#13
Are the clothes they make you wear that different from the clothes you want to wear?

You can always go to a nearby coffee shop's bathroom or something to change.
I was going to suggest to Diden yesterday, that he get changed behind some secluded thick shrubs, a high fence or a garage (somewhere near the school).
But I was worried there would be a possibility that he might accidentally get noticed by someone. >.>
So yes, your suggestion Sacrament, of a nearby coffee shop etc that has a bathroom, is an infinitely better place to change clothes, before getting to the school. :thumbup:
 
#14
Are the clothes they make you wear that different from the clothes you want to wear?

You can always go to a nearby coffee shop's bathroom or something to change.
Yeah, right now my usual clothes for walking to school is a really thick puffy coat that is almost ankle length with a furry hood that I have to wear up with a scarf wrapped over it and winter boots
 

Miserum

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#16
If she absolutely will not allow you to go out with season-appropriate clothing, ask her to get you some long johns to wear underneath your clothing. They keep you warm and aren't bulky. These, plus a regular winter jacket should be more than enough protection for mildly cold weather. You can change out of them at school if you feel like it.
 
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