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I can relate to this

hplyrikz:

I can relate to this

Anonymous
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Do you think sex before college (in high school) is a good idea? What about before marriage?

I think if the two people in the relationship are mature and have a strong connection, then sex in high school is okay. And at any age, remember to be safe :) If you’re not interested, that’s okay too. Find someone who respects your boundaries and your decisions.

Anonymous
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I recently told a girl i liked her and I was subsequently placed in the friend zone, but how can I be friends with her like this?

If you’re not comfortable only staying friends with her, I’m sure she’ll understand. But if she enjoys having you around as a confidant and you’re okay with remaining as such, then staying friends with her is a very nice thing to do that I’m sure she’ll appreciate. And if not, that’s okay too. I’m proud of you for saying something.

Anonymous
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How do I talk to people who may or may not hate me

I know plenty of people who dislike me. Treat every person you talk to with respect. The worst thing someone can say about you is that you were rude. Be nice to everyone, and if they didn’t have a high opinion before, they can’t say much of anything bad now.

Anonymous
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Whoever you are behind that computer screen you're lovely

You’re so sweet thank you :)

Anonymous
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I asked my friend to describe his experience with love, he sent me this "I don't think she likes me though, but that's okay. I'm used to it by now. But I can't live to see the dreams of those that I once loved shatter from something so small like dumb love. Which is why I'd rather be there for her, because she might hurt herself without knowing and that worries me." What does it mean?/what should I tell him?

He’s a good friend for sticking with her regardless of her disinterest in a relationship with him. Remind him of that. That shows commitment and real compassion and care. When he says “I’m used to it by now”, he means he’s had unrequited feelings before this experience. Like I said, that’s admirable. Some people only love people who can love them in return. He’s a giver, which is a beautiful thing to be. Just keep assuring him that he’ll find someone who feels the same way.

Anonymous
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I like a girl who's 3 years younger but idk if I Should tell her what do I do

Well 3 years can have different meanings depending on your actual ages. For example, Senior to Freshman relationships can be acceptable sometimes, but Sophomore to 7th grade is weird, right? Same thing in the other direction, if you’re both in college that’s normal, but sometimes, depending, Sophomores in college shouldn’t date Juniors in high school. Make sense? If you think it’s morally acceptable (and both your parents approve, because that can be its own problem), and she likes you too, I say go for it. But she’s young. Take it slow.

You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.
Gautama Buddha (via hqlines)