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My mom got breast cancer and died when I was a year old, I don't remember her. My father moved across the country immediately after that and we've moved around a few times since. I don't have any other family, and my dad hasn't had any girlfriends or anything that I know of.

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My dad doesn't really get girl stuff. I got my period when I was 9 and he didn't believe me, he thought I was too young.

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I didn't want to show him underwear with blood on it so for a few years I put toilet paper in my pants. He got me p and stuff when I turned He doesn't really buy me girly clothes either, and I have super tangled curly hair but I use his shampoo, so my hair is always frizzy. I kinda look like a boy and boys have called me names before.

It kinda sucks, but my dad means well. We don't have the money for all new clothes anyway. I'm a freshman in high school so now we dress out for PE. Girls started staring at me in the locker rooms because, well, I developed early too. I used to just wear tank tops but now it's kinda gotten past that point. Now I've been wearing my gym clothes under my normal clothes but it gets really warm that way. I asked him if we could go bra shopping and he said I was too young.

I don't have any women in my life to ask. I'm new to this school so teachers don't know me either.

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Is there a way I can hide my boobs better? Is there a way I can talk to my dad? I never really thought about the school nurse. I could probably ask her, thanks.

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Go to your PE teacher, a woman if you have one. Tell her you need a sports bra but your dad won't buy you one, and ask if she would please send you home with a note telling him you need one.

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My PE teacher is a man and not really nice. He doesn't believe us if we say we have period cramps. I mean, some girls fake but some of us have it really bad and he just makes us run extra laps.

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YES--please go there. When I was growing up with curly hair, there weren't really curly hair products. Now, there are so many and there is truly something for everyone. You don't want to have to start straightening your hair and damaging it. I agree! It's a great sub!

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As somebody who had huge, frizzy curly hair growing up my mom had straight hair and no clue how to handle itI know how it feels to get made of for your hair. PM me if you want to ask questions Okay, there's really no way to ask this shopping coming across as a creep, but if you make an amazon wishlist for stuff, girl stuff like the shampoo, conditioner, or pants, and y'know, basic bras, I'd like to have some sent to you I think the amazon wishlist doesn't divulge information about the mail recipient.

You would need to be sized, though, if you don't know what you wear. I started developing early, too, and Bra one told me that big-chested girls shouldn't wear sportsbras. Yeah, that's a with in the ass as dad get older. As far as your dad goes, he apparently knows nothing about young women. Like others have mentioned, you can go to a trusted female adult, including a school nurse. Your dad needs a talking to about how growth and hormones work on the female body. Not to mention he's getting you stigmatized at school. Especially since OP said she has curly hair, the right products and methods are everything.

You don't need much and there are some great products that work with the Curly Girl method that are available at any drugstore, grocery store, Wal-Mart, and are pretty cheap. Do you have any money of your own? If you're uncomfortable with people on the internet buying you things even though with an Amazon wishlist, no one will get any of your infothese are things you can easily get on your own.

You're at the age that playing with makeup and hair and clothes can be a really fun part of growing up, and if that's something you're interested in, there are some great subreddits to help guide you in affordable directions. I'm sorry there's no one close to you to help you with this, but it can also be a thing to bond with other girls at school over.

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I got big boobs really quickly as a teen. I used to wear a regular bra under my sports bra for gym just to contain them! But us busty ladies sure can wear sports bras, we just have to buy really good ones. I often wear a regular sports bra now sans regular bra underneathbut I did a lot of shopping for some good ones.

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You're right though, she really needs to find someone to talk to about all of this. She's growing up, whether her dad likes it or not. And sympathetic as I may be about him losing his wife, it doesn't give him excuse to neglect his. I don't really have a trusted teacher yet because I'm new to the school and I don't really stand out much. So they don't know me. I think I might try to find the counselor, but I googled the school and he's a man, so I'm a bit nervous.

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It's concerning to me You say your mom and dad met in high school. Doing the math, she had you at 22, and was dead a year later from breast cancer.

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You need to be having screenings starting soon because of your family history with cancer. You really need to talk to your dad about getting female health examinations. It is extremely important. Please, OP. I know you love your dad and you seem like a good kid who doesn't want to bother him, but I'd guess he'd rather be bothered than bury you young.

He needs a wake-up call and he needs it yesterday.

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This is a very good point. OP has a family history of breast cancer and needs to be extra-aware of that. A trip to an ob-gyn would be a good idea, though I'm sure her dad wouldn't agree to that as things stand now. This sounds too sketchy.

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Kid moved around all over, doesn't know any family, doesn't even know what her mom looked like?! My situation growing up was a lot like yours.

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My mom was out of the picture, and my dad was like yours - Didn't want to deal with girl stuff, had no money, etc. It was a nightmare. I asked him for an allowance for "girl things" so that I could buy them without having to ask him questions. It left pretty much nothing for clothes. Anyway, it was hard to get him to agree with this arrangement but I spelled it out for him that I didn't want to have to ask for tampons and other things and this way he didn't have to deal with it.

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It still hurts, to be honest. Here's a few things that helped then, or would have helped if I only knew. Financial independence was the best thing to happen to me when I was a. I was working on weekends by the time I was your age, which made a lot of the problems go away. Get your licence as soon as possible.

I'm guessing that's 16 for you? This changed my quality of living immensely.

Don't be too "prideful" to buy second hand. You can get some great stuff, and your money goes so much farther. As an adult I now have money to buy new, but I find the best shit at second hand stores. You save SO much money and can find really awesome stuff.

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Don't skip the accessory sections either, like shoes, belts, sunglasses, scarves, jewlery etc. Do some research on how to improve your hair and skin if that's an issue I had major acne when I was your age and dear old dad was against seeing a specialist.

I know money's tight, but there's plenty of budget makeup and that subreddit helps you find the ones worth buying. You'd be amazed at how many expensive products can be replaced by something from the grocery store or whatever that costs only a few bucks. The hair thing - You might want to try conditioner only washing Co washingalong with detangling it when wet after a shower with your fingers or a wide toothed comb, and not brushing it. Brushing makes frizz worse.