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What are the darkest secrets high school kids keep from their parents?

I graduated this spring, was on the honor roll, and I’m three hours away from home at a decent university. I might as well be honest at this point.I’m bisexual. Figured that out in the winter of my freshman year. Wasn’t that difficult, if I’m honest—and it made a lot of sense. Not planning to tell my parents anytime soon. They’re conservative, I’d say.I cheated a lot. Like, a shit ton. I definitely don’t have an aptitude for math or science, and I definitely couldn’t have graduated without cheating. I probably cheated to some extent in every math test I took, every chemistry test, and a couple of my philosophy tests. Ironically, I’m specializing in philosophy in university.I faked a report card once. It wasn’t going to change my actual grade, but it’d stop my parents from being pissed at me. Plus, it really wasn’t my fault if my school felt like it was smart of them to keep a .pdf file of the report card template on their website. The class was tenth grade civics. I took it in summer school, got a solid 60, and told my parents I got 80.I was a binge drinker. Still am, even though I’d consider myself an alcoholic at this point (I’m six days sober as of writing this). In high school I’d drink eight, maybe ten drinks a night at a good party. When college started, I was going to more parties than classes each week. Decided to stop drinking after passing out doing shots of 151 three days in a row, and was sober for three weeks. Relapsed six days ago. My parents know nothing.I used to spend my lunch money on cigarettes and weed. I wasn’t addicted or anything (that was alcohol, obviously), but I definitely appreciated the high I’d get. Plus, food was easy enough to steal.I shoplifted. Never anything big, and never because I couldn’t actually afford something. I liked the adrenaline rush. It was the occasional snack, or some makeup. I was caught stealing from a Wal-Mart once, but they let me go because I was underage (fifteen).I sold weed. After deciding shoplifting wasn’t worth it, and was honestly a scummy thing to do, I decided to earn my own money. I didn’t want to get a real job (even though I did do freelance work online), so I resorted to selling weed. High schoolers were dumb. I could easy buy weed at $5/gram and then re-sell it for $20. I still sell weed today, but it’s legal here now.I experimented with prescription drugs. I’ve tried adderall, ritalin, and xanax. The first two was because I had ADHD (diagnosed, but my parents didn’t feel the need to have it treated), and xanax because someone offered it to me at a party. I had the opportunity to do MDMA once, but I turned it down.Of course, all the stuff I’d done in high school isn’t limited to just this post. A lot of it my parents did know about, and even more of it I probably can’t remember. Point is, parents don’t know their children as well as they think they do, and high school is really just an interesting time for most people.

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