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September 27, 2005

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Do you think your parents can be too overprotective?

<strong>Jordan Ray, senior, Lawrence High School</strong><br/>
<em>"No. They're not that overprotective. They just want to make sure I get good grades and don't get into trouble."</em>

&lt;strong&gt;Jordan Ray, senior, Lawrence High School&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; &lt;em&gt;&quot;No. They&#39;re not that overprotective. They just want to make sure I get good grades and don&#39;t get into trouble.&quot;&lt;/em&gt;

<strong>Sylvia Yimer, junior, LHS</strong><br/>
<em>"No. They just want me to be responsible. They're just trying to be helpful and guide me in the right direction."</em>

&lt;strong&gt;Sylvia Yimer, junior, LHS&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; &lt;em&gt;&quot;No. They just want me to be responsible. They&#39;re just trying to be helpful and guide me in the right direction.&quot;&lt;/em&gt;

<strong>Nicole Limones, sophomore, LHS</strong><br/>
<em>"No, not really. She pretty much thinks about what's best for me and my siblings."</em>

&lt;strong&gt;Nicole Limones, sophomore, LHS&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; &lt;em&gt;&quot;No, not really. She pretty much thinks about what&#39;s best for me and my siblings.&quot;&lt;/em&gt;

<strong>Brandon Loader, junior, LHS</strong><br/>
<em>"Yes. They always look out for me and check on my grades. They always make sure that I check in on time and that they know where I'm going."</em>

&lt;strong&gt;Brandon Loader, junior, LHS&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; &lt;em&gt;&quot;Yes. They always look out for me and check on my grades. They always make sure that I check in on time and that they know where I&#39;m going.&quot;&lt;/em&gt;

<strong>Lauren Johnson, sophomore, LHS</strong><br/>
<em>"I used to think so, but I've just kind of grown accustomed to it by now."</em>

&lt;strong&gt;Lauren Johnson, sophomore, LHS&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; &lt;em&gt;&quot;I used to think so, but I&#39;ve just kind of grown accustomed to it by now.&quot;&lt;/em&gt;

<strong>Jordey McTaggart, sophomore, LHS</strong><br/>
<em>"No because sometimes they do let me do whatever I want."</em>

&lt;strong&gt;Jordey McTaggart, sophomore, LHS&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; &lt;em&gt;&quot;No because sometimes they do let me do whatever I want.&quot;&lt;/em&gt;

<strong>Kaylen Peterson, sophomore, LHS</strong><br/>
<em>"They're a little bit overprotective. I'm the oldest, so I've done things that they've never had to deal with before. It's usually the hardest for the oldest sibling."</em>

&lt;strong&gt;Kaylen Peterson, sophomore, LHS&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; &lt;em&gt;&quot;They&#39;re a little bit overprotective. I&#39;m the oldest, so I&#39;ve done things that they&#39;ve never had to deal with before. It&#39;s usually the hardest for the oldest sibling.&quot;&lt;/em&gt;

<strong>Rachel Keller, sophomore, LHS</strong><br/>
<em>"No. I don't think so. They care if I do bad things, but they trust me enough to make my own decisions. If I made bad decisions, they would probably be more protective."</em>

&lt;strong&gt;Rachel Keller, sophomore, LHS&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; &lt;em&gt;&quot;No. I don&#39;t think so. They care if I do bad things, but they trust me enough to make my own decisions. If I made bad decisions, they would probably be more protective.&quot;&lt;/em&gt;

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