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Relationships / Re: My best friends boyfriend
« on: October 04, 2018, 11:57:05 AM »
To be completely honest I’m a little scared to bring it up. There’s been times in the past where He’s done or said some shady things and she would either shut down when I said anything and not tell me anything about him for a while or she dismissed it and gets a little angry at me. I know it sounds selfish but I can’t stand people being angry with me. I will talk to our other close friend and see what she says aswell though and where to go from there.

Relationships / Re: My best friends boyfriend
« on: October 03, 2018, 10:19:24 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.

Relationships / My best friends boyfriend
« on: September 29, 2018, 10:36:51 AM »
Okay so for my birthday this year I was planning on a weekend trip away because it’s what we normally do and love. I was going to invite my usual group but I noticed my best friend being shady as I was planning it. When I asked her what’s up she said that basically if I went through with these plans she wont come because of her boyfriend. He doesn’t trust her going on her own and thinks she’ll get too drunk or whatever. I’m kind of anoyyed for two reasons. One this is my 21st and I just want to get away and normally there’s no problem she’s always down for everything but now I feel like she’s just letting him control her when I doubt he would do the same on this situation. Two can’t she just control herself and not get too drunk if that’s the case and maybe he’ll trust her. Either way I just want to know if my annoyance is out of proportion and if I should bring it up to her? I don’t want to come of as the bad guy because I notice she’s been holding herself back in other situations too.

Other / Re: Friendship help
« on: September 29, 2018, 10:15:12 AM »
Hey I really feel for you I’ve been in situations like this plenty of times and I know how much it’s sucks! Honestly it’ll only get better. Either you’ll just sit her down and tell her it’s hard for you to go out a lot and you need more time for yourself and she’ll understand or won’t. If she doesn’t then I guess you will have to question whether she is worth even keeping around. If you find that the aftermath or her drama isn’t worth it then maybe it’s best to just feed her ego a bit, don’t give her advice she doesn’t want to hear just listen intently without putting too much care into a response. It’s sad but sometimes people just need someone to listen. It could also be one of those situations where you guys are just having a really “off season” and it’ll get better and you guys will be all love haha. Test the waters for a bit and see if it’s salvageable, try to remember the good times you guys have shared to relax you and keep you afloat (I know it’s hard especially when she’s being so annoying).

Other / Advice please!
« on: May 16, 2018, 09:33:51 AM »

Other / Re: Acne problem
« on: May 07, 2018, 01:17:16 PM »
Whatever you do make sure your consistent with your cleansing because it sometimes takes a really long time to combat acne. Be sure to always moisturize after cleansing to restore your skin balance, just make sure your using one that works well with your skin.

Other / Re: Mama drama
« on: May 07, 2018, 01:13:29 PM »
Your probably right but anytime I mention something similar to that they look at me like I’m an alien, they can’t relate and it makes me feel worse.

Other / Re: Ways to make money.
« on: April 13, 2018, 05:38:53 AM »
There’s mystery shopping gigs that u can do from home. Like calling companies and reviewing how they help you. They don’t pay amazing but they do pay. Not sure how to sign up for that type of thing as a friends of mine used to do it but we lost contact.

Other / Mama drama
« on: April 13, 2018, 05:28:34 AM »

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