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Posted by charles
on September 09, 2000 at 11:43:50:
In Reply to: 14-year old sister may have problems posted by Mathew Johansson on August 22, 2000 at 19:38:21:
: Howdy to ya all from Texas...
: My sister is a beautiful young lady with a full future ahead of her. However there is a probblem. A BIG problem. Thing is, she has had a "bad" stomach since she was quite young. So bad you can hear it rumblin' with diarrhea across the room and drivin' my old man crazy. (He's 54) "Wha' hell is this'n goin' on and this so-called diesease that makes Lisa into the laziest creature this side of the missisipi!" He hollers whenever "it" happens. Meanwhile poor ol' Lisa tries to hold it in and is down about it. She used to shrug it off as a somewhat annoying problem in her childhood, but now she's in junior high and with all the "cute boys" and all that she has had a bad time. she has had three boyfriends dump her because of her constant running to the bathroom. To make it worse she is natrually shy and is really scared about asking her teacher to let her go to the bathroom. Too bad 'cause she's had four accidents last year! She walked home soiled every time. Lisa's also getting the typically moody feelings 14-year olds get and nnothing so far has helped. Even her new boyfriend tries to be understanding, but he does'nt know how serious it is. Any suggestions? Thanks a lot, Matt.Buy her a plastic panty and goonight pullups,then see how things turn out.
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