Monday, January 20, 2014

#GimmeShelter Tickets ~ Win a Pair!

Being a Mom is the toughest job in the world...Period!
Now imagine...you are young, homeless, and without a family to lean on for support. That's exactly what happened to Agnes "Apple" Baily.
Based on a true story, Ronald Krauss' new film "Gimme Shelter," stars Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical) as 16 year old "Apple" Baily, a teenager who sets out to find her biological father and is forced into the streets in a true journey of survival. 

This amazing story hits theaters January 24th!

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31 comments:

  1. It's difficult because it's a responsibility that never ends.

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  2. Honestly, disciplining my daughter. She kind of walks all over me.

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  3. Being responsible for another human being.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  4. The toughest is making the right decisions for our children until they are old enough to make their own.

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  5. The most difficult part of being a parent is making the right decisions. You want your child to learn and essentially make their own mistakes, but a parents natural instinct is to protect their child.

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  6. Being responsible for another human being

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  7. Teaching your kids it is okay not to go along with the group
    ssloim

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  8. I'm not a parent yet, but I would say always having to be responsible

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  9. Teaching them about discipline

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  10. It has to be worrying if they are alright when they are out

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  11. It is a 24/7 job and it never ends.

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  12. It's a 24/7 job whether you are sick or not.

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  13. Having to give up some control.

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  14. Having to let your kids learn hard lessons

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  15. I think the most difficult part of being a parent is seeing your children in pain, and not being able to take the pain away,

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  16. krystal wethingtonJanuary 27, 2014 at 1:40 AM

    The worrying.

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  17. The most difficult part is it is the job that never ends, my kids are grown but still need me.

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  18. Whats not difficult about being a parent. Teenagers are the hardest for sure

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  19. The most difficult is that it's 24/7 with no vacation and no pay. But it's also the best job in the world.

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  20. Doing what is right for your child, not what everyone else tells you to do.

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  21. i think it's difficult when you want to protect your child but you can't.

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  22. finding enough time to play with them

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  23. You never get a break, never off from work and always worrying

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  24. The most difficult thing is watching your child make mistakes.

    jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  25. Its a challenge because it takes everything you have every single day no matter what. Thanks so much for the chances to win this.
    allison.bahr@yahoo.com

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  26. it's difficult when you can't give them everything you wish you could but knowing your doing your best is helpful.

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  27. knowing if you are making the right decisions.

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  28. It is tough being responsible for someone elses actions

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  29. Learning to be consistent with rules. Knowing which battles to pick and when to just let things go has been the most difficult for me.

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  30. The hardest part of being a parent is teaching children moral values in a world where it is sorely lacking.

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