2008-12-05 17:33:21 on So Confused.
It does sound like you are suffering from stress. I went through similar problems at the end of my Sophomore year of college. I was failing a couple of classes and managed to get a sinus infection and urinary tract infection at the same time. NOT FUN! Will you be going home for the holiday break? Maybe that will help… And is there any way to patch things up with your best friend?
2008-12-05 17:15:29 on okay so i have a problem
It may not be as fun as peeing in the intake vent of his car, but the best way to “get back” at him is to move on… quickly! If he still cares enough to notice anything you will do, he will notice that you’ve got a new man and a better life without him. Especially if he is a jerk anyway.
2008-12-05 11:40:15 on I’m an 15 years old boy and i love this girl
I have a friend who is going through something similar right now. He is really interested in a girl who he really cares about. I don’t have any suggestions for how you can get over her, but I wouldn’t want you to take the road he has.
He buys her gifts, concert tickets, prepares picnics with her favorite foods when she’s had a bad day and is always there for her when she has a problem. When he takes her to concerts or out-of-town events, he pays for the food, gas and hotel rooms. He even gets up in the middle of the night to pick her up after she’s been drinking so that he can drive her home safely.
She continues to date whoever she wants and repeatedly tells him that she wants to be “just friends”. He is always there for her when her other relationships end badly, but she has even angrily left him alone at a picnic he planned just to cheer her up about some family problems. She claimed she was annoyed that he was still trying to be romantic with her.
I’ve had friends that became “more than friends” after time had passed. I’ve also had friends that stayed “just friends” even though the guy wanted a romantic relationship with me. Sometimes romance can develop, but sometimes it just isn’t there and never will be. It’s no fun that way, but you can’t force it.
2008-12-05 11:10:55 on I’m an 15 years old boy and i love this girl
It’s been awhile since I was 16, but I have had the “I just like you as a friend” conversation many times. My advice is to be friends with her. She knows how you feel and she will either grow to feel the same or not. You can’t force her. Don’t do things for her like a boyfriend would though. Do things that a friend would do. If you go somewhere, let her pay for herself. Don’t try to plan romantic outings or buy her things you wouldn’t buy for a “normal” friend. You could make her nervous or you could make her think she can get all the “perks” of a romantic relationship while she continues to be romantically interested in other people or even date other people. You don’t want to get into the situation where you are treating her like a girlfriend and she is not treating you like a boyfriend. That will be hurtful and frustrating for you.
2008-12-05 11:03:06 on Tonight I got home from the gym and my parents were in my bedroom photographing it.
I think if you are paying rent and own your own car, they are out of line to take your car keys. As for the class, you should probably pay for that yourself. If I were you, I would skip the traveling for another year and use the money to get my own place and continue my education.
2008-12-05 10:49:39 on How do you get rid of stretch marks?
Does cocoa butter get rid of existing stretch marks? I thought it just prevented them in the first place??? I’ve been wondering about getting rid of my stretch marks also.