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from Northampton, is in Year 9 at a local state school.She lives in a four-bedroom detached house with her parents, Lisa, 38, and Glenn, 40, who run their own businesses.He knows that's the deal if he wants to be with me.is in Year 9 at an all-girls state school in Sussex.At school we have lessons on things like mortgages and loans, and it's 'Bring Your Daughter To Work Day' soon. I just think: 'Come on, let me be a kid for a bit longer!
If I say I can't go out because my mum won't let me, they say: 'Just lie to her.' But I wouldn't feel safe if Mum didn't know where I was.I know I look older than my age; I'm tall and I have quite a grown-up face and figure and could pass for 16 or so. He's 17 and we got together when I was 13 and he was 15.I don't dress deliberately old, because my sister says I should enjoy being the age I am. He's a family friend, so Mum and Dad knew him before, which probably makes it easier for them to trust us together. Some of my friends think it's weird we haven't had sex yet, especially because he's older than me.We're all at the same stage - we like kissing and talking about the boys we like. Now that I'm not so upset about splitting up, I'm a bit relieved it's over.I have more money, more time with my friends and the freedom to flirt with other boys again. Any pressure I feel to grow up too fast comes from grown-ups.