Most parents want to give their teens the world, and then some. There does indeed reach a point where we sometimes take a step back and realize perhaps somewhere along the way we may have let things go a bit awry.
Does your daughter have more clothes than she could ever possibly wear in a year? Does she own more shoes than Imelda Marcos or Carrie from Sex in the City?
Could she use another room just to store all her stuff? Can you think of a weekend or even a day when she didn't come home with some new item?
Could the description above fit you as well? Do you look forward to gushing over each new item with your daughter?
Do you spend most of your time together at the local mall? Are you often overcome with the impulse to buy something even if you don't really need it?
If so, you may just have a problem.
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