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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.

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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!

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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.

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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.

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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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Relationships / Re: Is it one of his phases or is he being serious?
« on: September 09, 2018, 08:16:32 AM »
Long time no see, G123!!
And well, she's the best one to give this advice, she was in denial just like you and then she understood, left him, and is way happier now. You need some time to understand the truth, but you'll get there, you're a smart girl.
Denial is normal, happens to yhe best of us. We believe that the "high" we get from the good times outstands the lows. And this can be true in healthy relationships which is not the case. This is completely unhealthy and he's twisting your vision of love into this weird absent/present thing.
On the other hand, in the case of the girl it's better to talk to your bf about it and not the girl, your problems are better kept private from others.

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Relationships / Re: Online dating, long distance..
« on: September 07, 2018, 05:25:06 AM »
For your safety, it'd be better if he visits you in your country, you don't really know him and anything could happen to you being alone with a stranger, especially in a foreign country.
Now, in the best case scenario, where he's just a regular guy, if you like him, just try! Let him go to see you, hang out for a while, see how it goes and if you want to get serious, talk about it and try and figure something out.

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Oh, I thought you knew him from before. Well that sucks but at least you noticed on time!

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If you're interested you could get to know him. In the end, now you're busy with high school, then it will be college, then work... there will always be something to make you "too busy", so if you want to know him better. Go for it!

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Relationships / Re: Is it one of his phases or is he being serious?
« on: September 02, 2018, 06:54:38 AM »
Anime, I know you have points here, but you can’t keep holding on to him forever. I’m scared you’ll get hurt. 

 At the start Tristan was so sweet, but then after that he would tell me what to eat and when I ate enough, once he whacked me when I raised my voice and him, and their was one point when he asked me to sleep in his room (It was on text so I ignored what he said and went on to a different conversation) and my friends told me to leave him, but then I didn’t see how bad he was until he almost sexually harassed me.

And maybe your boyfriend won’t sexually harass you, but I think he’ll do somethig that’ll push you to the edge.

 If you break up with him, it is for the better. When when he gets better you can be friends. Or maybe even date again I don't know.

Auch, and yeah, I think that specially because you have depression, this relationship can ruin you because it is unstable. I was with my ex for almost 3 years, I now what it means to give everything for someone and being afraid of losing that, but I think it's sometimea for the better. I also think that perhaps you should talk about this with your therapist. He/She might have a better insight on how this can affect your mental health.

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Relationships / Re: Is it one of his phases or is he being serious?
« on: September 01, 2018, 05:57:49 AM »
Girl, take him to a therapist. I’m being honest here, I think their might be something wrong with him, because he has bad mood swings. And not the usual teen mood swings...  “people don’t get how our relationship works” the way your “ relationship “ works isn’t healthy. And I know I’m being super harsh, but he isn’t okay. Your not in a relationship. Your more  “ it’s complicated “  and if you aren’t gonna see how  me or MaryKay, are reasoning with you, why make this a topic? Your confusing me Anime,  MaryKay is right
Completely right. And so is MaryKay. Look, I may be crossing the line here given you are teenagers and I'm 23, but what these girls are saying is true. It's not healthy to be with someone who hurts you like that intentionally and then does nothing to change. It's obvious he needs therapy, but also, you're not his savior, you can't let yourself get super hurt just to save someone else, someone who clearly doesn't appreciate you enough. You say that we don't know how your relationship works and more, but that's exactly what MaryKay told you, when we are in love we get blind. And that's where you are now. I've been there, and I was so blind that I got dumped instead of it being the other way around. It's embarrassing for me, but that's how blind I was. but 2 months later I was happy he dumped me. It was the best for me, you're just stuck there, and to some extent it seems to me that you're with him because of pity. Are you afraid he might kill himself if you leave? Well tell his parents after you do. But even if he did try, it wouldn't be your fault. Do something nice for yourself, no one needs this uncertainty.

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Just for teens / Re: I got locked out
« on: August 30, 2018, 05:22:10 AM »
Hi! You press on their username and it gives you the option to send message there

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Just for teens / Re: Armpit rashes
« on: August 29, 2018, 05:23:11 AM »
You could also try to replace deodorants with milk of magnesia ans see if that works without giving you rashes.
Even so, there must be a doctor who can tell you what that is, you shouldn't just go on without knowing what's wrong

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Periods / Re: my Period
« on: August 26, 2018, 08:31:16 AM »
Ya you should definitely tell your mom. Actually periods are only supposed to last up to 7 days. I guess it is normal but you NEED to tell your mom.
Periods can last up to 2 weeks actually. Mine normally lasts 8 to 9 days and there's nothing wrong with me (already checked with an OBGYN)

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Just for teens / Re: Weight help
« on: August 25, 2018, 05:54:10 AM »
It's all about making the decisions amd having people there to help you with them. If you plan on eating healthier and tell your closest friends and family, then they'll start to help you get through it! And exercise is very important for tour overall health, not only to lose weight ao "i can't be bothered" means you need to push yourself a bit harder. Try to find an exercise that you like, maybe dance lessons, martial arts, group classes at a gym? And then it'll be easier to do it.

Also, wolfgirl, i know you're just trying to help, but different body types mean different healthy weights. We don't know her body type, she might be overweight for her body type or maybe she just wants to lose some extra pounds or get healthier. Either way, eating healthy is never a bad decision to make!

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