Dnt get too comfortable in a relationship , do the things you did to stay together from the begging , change things up & take care and take time for Eachother , balance out friendship & your relationship. & most of all Dnt forget the little things .
and don’t forget to take grammar classes so the other person knows what the fuck you’re trying to say
I've been having a pretty hard time. I'm heartbroken, but it happened months ago. I should be moved on but I can't stop missing the person he used to be, even though he's not that anymore. I feel like I can't have emotions for anyone else no matter how much I hate him. On top of that, I'm lonely because my friends have sort of broken apart, and I haven't been making many new ones. Most of the ones I do have are either gone all summer or moving away for good very soon. What should I do Alex?
I’ve been there, I know exactly what you’re going through. I’m not sure I can be much help, but you have to listen to me. I’m serious, drop whatever you’re doing, and listen to me.
You said it yourself, right there. You miss the person he used to be. He’s not that person anymore. He changed. And he left you behind. I don’t give a shit how long ago this happens, it hurts just the same. Time can’t heal everything, I’m sorry. It really can’t heal everything. It can help, but do you know what can heal you? You. You can heal you. There is absolutely nothing you can’t do, believe me. You want to move on? Move on. Honestly, look at yourself. You want to move on. You know have to. You know you need to forget about this asshole. He forgot about you, remember? So go to bed tonight, and don’t think about him. I know it sounds absolutely crazy, but it takes another person to tell you that yes, you CAN do it. You can move on. You can forget about him. You can feel for other people again. I mean it, you can do this. You have my full support, and all of my love. You’re not heartbroken. You just need to tell your hear that it’s going to be okay. I know that probably sounds like a bullshit cliche thing, but I’m serious. You have to let yourself heal, and the only way to do that is to tell yourself it’s okay to move on. Move on, because he already has.
When you’re lonely, be your own friend. Or, read this. Make new friends, even if you make a fool of yourself. The more you find out about yourself, the more outgoing you’ll be. The only way to be more outgoing is to find out who you are, and in order to find out who you are, you have to put yourself out there. Hell, you might just find out who you want. In the end, you might even find that you want to change yourself. You can always change yourself, never forget that. You honestly have the power to do whatever you want. When you’re lonely, just tell yourself that you’re not. You still have friends, and you still have the power to make new ones. You can be your own friend, take pride in who you are and what you’ve become, what you’ve been through. You know what you need to do to be happy, and please realize you have the potential to be everything you want to be. You can do anything you put your mind and heart to, I promise.
hi alex, i'm giving my first ever speech on abortion tomorrow in lit and i'm really nervous. you've said how you're really good at public speaking so do you have any tips for me?
When you get up in front of the crowd, it’s best to imagine them as people who agree with you wholeheartedly. Don’t imagine them in their underwear, that’s straight disgusting and weird as fuck. Don’t imagine them as people who hate you, just your friends who agree with everything you’re about to say. Be humane about abortion, and just stay calm, and take deep breaths as much as you can. I’m serious, deep breaths will SAVE you when you don’t know what to do. It’s like sucking in time to think. Just remember, people will either see you as a nervous, run of the mill kid, or a strong, motivated speaker. It’s up to you.
can a religious guy be in a relationship with a nonreligious girl?
Obviously. When religion comes between two people in a relationship, religious people will claim that they can’t be with someone nonreligious because “god doesn’t approve” or “god wouldn’t want this” or whatever excuse they can make up. And an atheist or a nonreligious person will claim that they can’t be with someone who’s religious because they’re either “unreasonable” or lack the ability to think for themselves.
Religion never comes between people, only people who make religion a problem.
“I will not tolerate people who have solid faith of any kind.”
Excuse me? I believe you let your ‘translation’ get in the way of reason and actual thinking. You didn’t translate shit, you twisted a reasonable person’s comment to fit your own god damn propaganda campaign. What they meant was that they will not tolerate people who use religion to dictate government policies or legislation, and that they won’t tolerate intolerant religious people who like to justify hatred and prejudice with faith. You’ve confused refusal to allow religious people to impose their belief upon people who don’t want it with prejudice against people who don’t believe in the same god that you do.
literally, like, two years ago, I came to you talking about how I'd had an abortion, and how in the small town that I live in, everyone knew and everyone hated me. I told you that I was tired, and angry, and upset. You told me that doing what I had to do showed strength and courage. You, some younger boy that wouldn't know me from a hole in the wall, knew just what to say. Thank you for telling me what I needed to here, and standing behind me when no one else in my life would.
you probably don't remember, but when i came to you after my boyfriend broke up with me you gave me advice saying something like "happiness is a choice" and i honestly think that one piece of advice saved me. not with just getting over my ex, but with my depression that i've been battling for some time as well. i was letting people bring me down, and i realized that if i chose to be happy despite that, i could be. so thank you, for giving me the greatest advice i will ever receive.
“I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours”—Richard Dawkins