Trying to hard to make friends resulting in rejection

Felicia - posted on 10/22/2016 ( 1 mom has responded )




I have a 12 year old daughter that just entered a new school as she entered Middle school. She had one really good friend and they had a fall out, and then she did't make the Volley Ball team. She is very social, but doesn't have any really close friends right now. She has met a few new ones and done a few things with them, but then she asks everyone for a sleepover, and each time they say no, she asks someone else. Then she keeps getting rejected. She's nice, pretty cool, cute and can be funny, so I can't figure it out. Is she acting needy, or are the kids just being catty?


Jodi - posted on 10/22/2016




These are new friends. Do their parents even know you? Does she even know these girls well enough to ask them for a sleepover? Let's face it, getting to know someone new takes time. If your daughter is meeting them and only hanging out with them a few times then asking them for a sleepover, that's kind of strange, don't you think? She's pushing to hard. She just needs to take things more slowly. She does appear to be acting needy. I can't see anything catty in saying no to a sleepover at the home of someone you just met and have no idea who the parents are.

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