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Relationships / Re: Unhappy with relationship
« on: August 08, 2017, 02:20:39 PM »
Fyi to everyone who commented, depending where she comes from, it could be normal to meet a couple's parents early on the relationship (I met my bf's parents probably a week after we got together and he met mine before we were even official xD) just so you know it's not as crazy as you might think.
That aside, you have to understand his financial situation! He's jobless and you said you live far away from each other. Understand he probably doesn't have the money to visit you :/ if you are working and can afford it, I recommend doing what the other girls here told you. Meet somewhere halfway, if you want/can invite him, do it in case he can't afford that either! He probably would do it for you, were you jobless, don't you think? :)

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Relationships / Re: Masturbation first time
« on: July 28, 2017, 09:33:54 AM »
Hello!

Well I personally don't think it's weird! I assume you are somewhere between 13-16 years old? Which means you are a teenager and your hormones are a bit crazy at this moment! I don't really remember if I felt exactly like that the first time I masturbated but I do know that as a teenager (15-16 yo mostly) I had masturbation and feelings of the same sort as you sometimes, like wanting "alone time" more than I do now at 22 xD It also happens at certain moments of your cycle, (not only as a teenager), where your sex drive is on the rooftops and you can't get sexual thoughts out of your mind, so don't be surprised if it happens to you in the future. I'm guessing what you have right now is just being a teenager! :) As long as you keep it in pricacy and don't pleasure yourself in public places you're good! Hahahaha

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Health / Re: Serious Question
« on: July 27, 2017, 09:27:09 AM »
It could just be that you're not cleaning well enough, try removing them yourself with water and your own hand (don't be too rough obviously). If they come off on they're own I think you have nothing to worry about.

PS: what you did is not weird, there's nothing wrong with looking at your own body :)

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Relationships / Re: Game of thrones
« on: July 26, 2017, 03:07:55 PM »
I think I can understand what you mean, but this is an insecurity you have to control. It's a TV show, there are naked women there but think about it. There are women everywhere he goes, they might not be naked but they could be wearing anything that might make you think "She looks better than me" and before you know it, the "I don't want you to watch GoT" will turn into "I don't want you hanging out with other women". In conclusion, try to control that insecurity. If he loves you, you have nothing to worry about! Surely you have seen men that look better than your bf, but that doesn't mean you want to dump him for them, right? It's the same principle. Best of lucks, and don't worry! your insecurities are inside your own head! :)

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Relationships / Re: hanging out with ex
« on: July 26, 2017, 03:02:55 PM »
Charlie's right, if he wanted space he wouldn't be sleeping with you and hanging out with you 24/7. It's not good for you to keep doing this, you'll stay with the hopes of getting back together and it will hurt you a lot when he's with someone else. Believe it or not, you are the one who needs space now to be able to detach from him. And that means stopping communication as much as possible, at least until you move on.

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Periods / Re: Is my period normal????????
« on: July 22, 2017, 10:52:56 AM »
It is normal. I'm irregular too (I'm 21 years old btw) and it has happened to me. Usually they last 7-9 days but every once in a while they'll last 12.

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Pregnancy / Re: A bit worried
« on: July 20, 2017, 10:27:43 AM »
Although I think Charlie and Nicjane are being perhaps a bit harsh in the way they're expressing their opinions, I do agree with them Volleyball. There was a LOT less information back then, I am 21 (soon to be 22) and I'm thankful I have the internet to research stuff like this. As a matter of fact, I tried sex twice (protected) but was still very paranoid and scared afterwards. I don't know if I was ready or if it was pressure from my partner at the moment but I did it. You know what? I decided I'm not ready to deal with the consequences of a broken condom, I don't want to go on the pill nor do I agree with taking plan B (personally) so I'm not having sex again until I feel that I won't be scared or that my whole life will change (I'm also irregular so my paranoia was worse). I KNOW we live in a society where sex is "so important", but if that's why you are doing it then i think you should stop. Do you know how overrated popularity is? I've always been the nerd and I may have like 10 friends at much but I'm happy. I've seen popular people and their "friends" stab their backs ALL the time. It's not an actual bond more like a competition or a contest. Also, that is not an excuse to have unprotected sex. No offense but that's lack of maturity.

Again: although Charlie and Nicjane might have been a bit harsh, they are w right. Also, for further reference on what could make you pregnant, check out other questions in the forum. Get well informed before you have sex again :)

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Relationships / Re: Trust issues.
« on: July 18, 2017, 12:24:33 PM »
I know it seems hard because you have been together for SO long! My first relationship lasted almost as long as yours (2 years and 10 months or so) and when he broke up with me (for no apparent reason) I was DEVASTATED and scared for the same reason you are now. A couple months later, he texts me telling me we should have dinner and I declined because I knew where this was going and I knew, at the moment, I didn't want to get back together anymore. Now I'm in a new relationship, as happy as can be and I'm so happy I never went to that dinner!! It gave me the closure I needed. I'm telling you this because if you can't trust him anymore (which personally I wouldn't be able to in your position neither) and don't think he's right for you, you should leave him. Remember you'll find someone eventually and your life won't be over after a breakup, even if it seems like the end of the world now!

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Hey Jenn! I think you should try for a moment to forget about your emotions and do what you believe is best for your future! Studying abroad sounds like a scary decision to make, but in my opinion you should give it a shot! Worst case scenario, you can't handle it and you will ALWAYS have your family to return to :) but if you don't do it you might regret not trying in a couple of years. If you do decide to go, there's no chances for regrets or "what ifs". Hope I Helped! :) remember fear is your worst enemy and it's one we all have to fight to accomplish the things we want!!

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Perhaps you could talk to her mother and do a kind of intervention? I tend to not sugar coat things but this seems like something to be managed carefully. I think it's important that someone at least tries to tell her for her kid's sake!

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Periods / Re: My Period has been on a long time!!
« on: July 02, 2017, 07:33:22 AM »
You shouldn't be scared Magicaldragon! Some people have no cramps at all.  Be happy you are one of the lucky women with no menstrual cramps!

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The reason why you thought of him is because getting over someone it's not THAT easy, especially if the relationship was very important to you. You may get into another relationship and every once in a while remember your ex! Just in case, that doesn't mean you should stop yourself from seeing other guys, as long as you are 100% sure you don't want to go back to your ex so to avoid a conflict of "I'm with this guy, but now I think I want to get back together with my ex" and then hurting your new guy. This I can assure you because I went through my first breakup over a year ago, but I couldn't be with another person until I realized that my ex was not made for me. When I accepted that and confronted him about it (we were LDR and when he visited the country he tried to take me to dinner, I refused and we met at my house where I basically told him it was over), that's when I could then start a new relationship!

On the other hand, I get why you feel guilty. Not everyone is made for meaningless sex. I for instance can't even be sexually attracted to a person unless there's a strong emotional connection! Takes me months to be able to pass "bases" and I'm almost 22 xD (never had meaningless anything either)
But I don't know why he didn't cum, I guess men can be just as women in that aspect? Maybe he had stuff in his mind?

Sorry for the long reply, but hope I could be of help o/

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Relationships / Re: Urgent help please
« on: June 26, 2017, 05:42:39 AM »
I agree with everyone here!! You should definitely go! This is a toxic relationship. My first advice is to break up yourself. He will start controlling with little things and then with big things and before you know you'll be more miserable with him than you'll be without him!

Good luck and hope you make the best decision FOR YOU, not for him!

PS: a relationship without trust is absolutely nothing! If he doesn't trust you, it's better to let it end

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Periods / Re: Not so happy today
« on: June 26, 2017, 05:28:54 AM »
Yes! Completely normal feelings!! :)

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Not trying to be Mother Morality here and I know it's not my business but consider doing it with a man you know better (from your post it seems you don't know him much, but I may be wrong). I've only had sex twice but the same happened to me. It was with a 2 year boyfriend and I STILL felt insecure about having sex and it wouldn't go in at all. Something that helped me loosen up was that I trusted him, which is why i mentioned considering of you trust him enough. If you do decide this is the person you want to have sex with though, try some lube. And it make take a couple of tries to get it in! Try different positions to see which one is more comfortable to you, too.

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