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Relationships / Re: Crossroads
« on: October 19, 2018, 05:19:32 AM »
But thing is I didn’t ask him to propose, he shouldn’t have proposed then . And no he’s never been married before. We’ve got a 10 year age gap
I know you didn't ask him to, I meant the pressure of people around him in general. His friends, family, and society in general. Those things could havr led him to propose even though he was didn't want to.

Relationships / Re: Crossroads
« on: October 18, 2018, 05:25:08 AM »
Well it seems he said it: he feels forced and apparently doesn't want to marry, he proposed out of pressure :/
So at this point it seems it's up to you. i wouldn't recommend marrying him if he doesn't want to, it won't end well. I think you should tell him how important it is to you, and most definitely end the relationship if you guys don't have the same vision

Relationships / Re: Relationship after divorce
« on: October 14, 2018, 08:14:43 AM »

Needing serious advice !
My ex husband and I split 6 months ago after a lot of arguments about out 6 month old son. Now I’ve starting talking to someone else and things are going good. He’s never met my son which is what I want but my ex is accusing me of cheating on him back then. I’ve had enough but don’t know what to do because of my son. I don’t want his father around anymore he’s confusing my son when he’s here one minute and gone the next. I need serious help !
Thank you

Tbh, I don't think this new guy, who you don't know that well yet, should meet your son so fast. I think PeriodStuff is right, too. And I think deep down his dad just doesn't want any other man to meet his son just like that. There one minute and gone the next kind of sucks. But if his dad wants to spend time with his baby, he has the right to, and so does the child even if you all don't live together.

Periods / Re: Long period?
« on: October 11, 2018, 05:20:09 AM »
If you google it, most websites say you should see a doctor if it’s longer than 7 days (some say 8)

My periods last 8 to 9 days. I've already gone to an OBGYN and that wasn't even a topic. You should go if it's longer than 2 weeks actually

Relationships / Re: How to get over an F buddy! Helpp
« on: October 10, 2018, 05:29:26 AM »
Thank guys, but I ended up breaking my vow ://

He’s just so convenient for me right now and the sex is good which is probably why I can’t let go. He’s such a wanker to me when he is drunk and I still choose to sleep with him! I did try that app called bumble for dates but literally found no one that could hold a conversation.. I need someone neeww arghh

You don't need someone new, you need to take care of yourself. If you want to really end it make it so he can't contact you and block him everywhere. And use protection!!! Be it with him or someone else. He's always sleeping around and if he's unsafe with you he's most definitely unsafe with someone else who's probably unsafe with someone else and so on. Actually you may have caught something and not even know it yet.

Periods / Re: Long period?
« on: October 10, 2018, 05:24:50 AM »
9 days is normal.

Periods / Re: Missed Period on Birth Control
« on: October 09, 2018, 05:29:37 AM »
I think you should return to the obgyn. Considering everything it's better not to wait longer to see what's wrong, because there probably is something wrong. I've met people with endometriosis and they do get these extreme pains and trips to the emergency room because of the pain. You have been dealing with this issue for a couple of years now. How about getting a second opinion and considering the surgery? It feels like you tried everything else already.
Best of lucks!

Relationships / Re: Should I leave my fiancé?
« on: October 05, 2018, 05:29:13 AM »
you should definitely talk go him about how you're feeling, not in the heat of a moment, but on a calm moment so you can think and have a serious conversation instead of a fight. We can't exactly tell you "yes! Leave your fiancé" but if this behavior is unacceptable for you, and you don't think you can live with someone like that because you'll be unhappy, then don't marry him. What he does seems rather simple, but boy, anyone would hate not getting at least one night a week of attention and even so, not being able to talk about an issue. So I don't think you're overreacting

Relationships / Re: My best friends boyfriend
« on: October 04, 2018, 05:22:29 AM »
I get what your both saying and I probably won’t say anything now that I’ve calmed down haha. I also feel that if I don’t get involved in their relationship, even when she tells me some really shitty things,  neither should he. Imagine I told her she couldn’t go on trips with him (which I wouldn’t because I’m not crazy lol). I just feel like all relationships should have trust and it’s only going to get worse as they get more serious. Honestly I’m also a little disappointed because I would boot my man if he told me I couldn’t go on a trip with my best friend.

You should say something because you know it's going to get worse and you shouldn't just stand there and see your friend spiral downwards on a toxic relationship without even trying to make her see what's going on.
In the end it's her choice and you can't force her to do anything, but you'll regret it in the future if the relationship gets more serious and you see her slowly declive into unhappiness. That situation, as simple as it sounds, is a complete red flag. And you and her other friends should seriously talk to her.

Relationships / Re: My best friends boyfriend
« on: September 30, 2018, 07:11:58 AM »
Not letting her go to places is already an emorional abuse, or is the beginning of. Yes, you have every right to be annoyed, I've been in your situation so I know how you feel, and I would bring it up to her, seriously and not angrily, talk to her on private and explain how letting someone control her with small things will end up in an anormal relationship and whatnot. She doesn't need his permission to go out with her friends. To some extent I understand he doesn't want her to get drunk, but that's not the way to do it.

Just for teens / Re: chronic Cramps
« on: September 20, 2018, 05:30:29 AM »
Have you gone to the doctor? You may have endometriosis or cysts, which are known to cause awful pains.

Relationships / Re: Is it one of his phases or is he being serious?
« on: September 20, 2018, 05:28:09 AM »
The good thing is that it's over now, and trust me, you'll be better from now on. Not all men are idiots like him, so don't worry!!
Cry all you need, and talk all this in therapy, you'll see how you get over this all faster than you think!

Just for teens / Re: Sex on the pill question...
« on: September 16, 2018, 07:22:24 AM »
If you're taking your pills correctly, you shouldn't be pregnant(although any contraception can fail, pills are pretty safe). But the risk of STDs should worry you more! Remember condoms are not there only for pregnancy risks, but to protect you from infections and diseases.

Relationships / Re: Is it one of his phases or is he being serious?
« on: September 16, 2018, 07:18:36 AM »
Trust me when i say 10/11 months is nothing time wise. Plus you are SO young!! Peope who have children together (probably the biggest thing you can share with someone) have broken up, so why can't you? You're not even 18 yet. My first bf and I lasted 3 years, and when it ended I thought exactly that, but when it's unhealthy, the breakup becomes relieving after some time. He's being a complete a-hole to you. you're going through a difficult situation and he can't even reply to you? you're getting all the signals pretty early. You should let it go for your health and happiness. About the other guys, pay them no mind.
I hope you listen to all of us. No one in this comment section has thought you should stay with him, some of us are grownups who have gone through breakups, have been/seen others in unhealthy relationships, some are girls your age, who can understand how you feel. Just end it.

Welcome / Re: Hello
« on: September 11, 2018, 05:22:25 AM »
Hi! In here we can help answer some questions you may have about your periods, and don't worry, your friends will get it sooner or later! Welcome to the forum

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