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Welcome / Re: Hey!
« on: January 18, 2019, 05:27:26 AM »
Hi! For Irregular periods I took birth control for about three months, afterwards my periods regularized! Though I don't have pcos, but you could look into that option with your OBGYN!

Relationships / Re: Maybe cheating on me...?
« on: January 17, 2019, 05:24:16 AM »
How trustworthy is the guy who said this? Because it could be a lie, but it could be true, too. The first step would be to confront your bf and see what he has to say about it. The charger thing is kinda weird to me. I think when you really want to talk to someone you find the way to do it: borrow a charger, plug your cellphone to a computer... but anyways, talk to him about it before actually breaking up and see what he has to say

Pregnancy / Re: Teen! Am I pregnant?
« on: January 13, 2019, 09:17:58 AM »
If you took the morning after pill the next day then you're hardly pregnant. But your period may come late as that pill can mess up your periods.
From now on, remember you should always have protected sex.  Pregnancy is not the only concern you should have, You could have gotten any STDs or STIs from this guy.

Relationships / Re: Which would you choose?
« on: January 06, 2019, 07:17:25 AM »
A) stay happyish in a marriage (4years) with 2 young kids (4 and 2) where he does anything he can possibly do and does everything right but you need to force yourself to have sex and close your eyes and imagine someone else and can’t bring yourself to perform any type of oral on him ect. Don’t fancy him and feel no chemistry with. Don’t think there ever was chemistry and it feels like life chose you. You met on a break home when working on cruise ships and he paid of loans and paid for petrol ect. Next took you on holidays then proposed and then got pregnant.


B) choose to chase something with someone else you have incredible chemistry with and always have (met before you met your husband) but paths went different ways (worked together on cruise ships and we got sent to different ones eventually). He still works on ships but has handed in his notice and will be home soon but off to go to Canada in 4 weeks to start a contract until July for the cirque du soleile and whether he would stay if you left your husband is unknown. So potentially be left alone but know You tried!
I just don’t want any regrets and feel I wasted my life or settled.

Maybe you should try couple's counseling first, or you should have an option C: leave my husband and be alone.
Because leaving him for someone you don't even know is going to be interested or actually good for you and your children is a big decision that I think you should make if you decide to leave your husband individually. Like, if you really don't want to be with him and don't want to try counseling, then leave him, not because someone else is catching your eye, but because you really don't want to be with him.

Just for teens / Re: Friends and bullies
« on: January 05, 2019, 05:49:24 AM »
Thank you! I ended up talking to Jackie about this, and she told me that she didn’t mean to do any of that to me, and told me that she’s not even good friends with Brenda, I’ve tried to just be nicer to Brenda though, but I am in a group with her, and don’t want to have to deal with her being a jerk, so I though being nice would help her be less mean, and so I made her a scrunchie (she saw me make someone else one, and I saw how she looked at it, so I thought I would make her one), but then she didn’t even say thank you. Should I even try to be friends with Brenda anymore?

No, Brenda seems toxic! You should just stand her as she is in your same group, but I wouldn't try and get too close to her

Relationships / Re: Ever fallen for your best friend?
« on: January 04, 2019, 05:30:11 AM »
I don't think you would necessarily lose him as a friend if you confessed. My bff had feelings for me, but I don't reciprocate. And it was only awkward for like a day until we continued to be as good as friends as always. I think if you want to confess, you might as well try but think first about his reaction. do you think he'll back off or not care and keep on being friends?

Just for teens / Re: Period Hacks
« on: January 03, 2019, 05:29:26 AM »
When i was in school I put a little bag, size  of a pencil case in my backpack where I kept pads and extra underwear just in case. You could try that! And happy new year!

Pregnancy / Re: Could I be pregnant help please
« on: December 31, 2018, 08:51:02 AM »

Just for teens / Re: Don’t click them
« on: December 22, 2018, 05:57:12 AM »
Thanks! what's with all this spam lately anyways?

Just for teens / Re: Drama. Drama. And more drama.
« on: December 15, 2018, 05:54:13 AM »
Find activities that you enjoy and do them. If you like reading, join a book club, if you like sports, go do some sports.

That way you'll know new people and maybe a potential boyfriend. But my biggest recomendation is not to get desperate. We tend to find any person who puts their eyes on us acceptable just to "finally have a partner" when we get desperate. Don't just say yes to anyone so you can have a bf, but actually get to know them and think about it with a cool head.

Health / Re: PLEASE HELP
« on: December 15, 2018, 05:50:21 AM »
I've never had that happen but maybe it's an allegic reaction? Does this rash happens all the time or maybe with a specific bra?
I don't know but I think if the rash appears again you should get checked by a doctor. Let's see what others who might have experience say!

Relationships / Re: Strict Parents
« on: December 14, 2018, 05:27:41 AM »
Well if all your family hates him, are you sure it's for no reason at all?
How about going with him and your brother?

Relationships / Re: Another 1st Time Post
« on: December 09, 2018, 07:05:41 AM »
I feel you!
Well although I had a "first time" I was pressured for about a year by my former partner, until I gave up waiting to feel ready and decided to do it to shut him up, claiming to myself that I was ready. It was an awful decision, obviously!
With this I want to say, even if I cannot provide a helpful first time story (mine was definitely not a "normal" one and I don't want to tell you about it and give you wrong ideas). I want to reassure you to never feel pressured to do it. Now, in my early twenties and with another partner (we've been together for almost 2 years) I have no pressure of doing that, ans I still don't feel ready (the same fears you have, plus I'm not economically ready, if an accident happened, to have a baby). I'm also catholic, and was raised very religiously so I have all those desires of waiting for the right man, maybe waiting until marriage, guilt, etc...
my advice is to keep waiting until you feel ready, I'm glad you have an understanding partner. and PS: cum is kinda disgusting! Hahhaaha

Pregnancy / Re: Pregancy Scare
« on: December 06, 2018, 05:30:19 AM »
You took the morning after pill, so hardly. Remember those pills mess with your cycle, so you may not get your period the day you're expecting it. But don't worry, you're not pregnant.

Now what's important here is to find out why the condom broke. Was it stored or put on incorrectly? Expired?

Relationships / Re: Cheating
« on: December 06, 2018, 05:26:04 AM »
The last option in the poll made me laugh   :)

There’s really not a simple answer. So many things to consider, personally I’m not sure I could get over it.

LinkleBlue would you rather not know? I know I wouldn’t. I mean if it was a mistake or an accident then really the cheater should keep it to themselves and live with the guilt. By telling their partner all it’s doing is is making themselves feel better. I already told my husband I would never want to know BUT I did say I would want to know if other people knew. (Eg a stranger he’s never going to see again VS someone he works with and all the work mates know)

I think I'd rather know, actually. I'd like to have all the info and transparency to decide whether I want to continue in the relationship or not. But I understand your POV as well!

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