Anonymous said: I seem to obsess over ONLY what I can't have. I've never been obsessed with anyone/anything I've gotten but the person I can't be with (either doesn't like me, is taken etc) I think about them non stop. This is currently happening and it happened in the past with someone else too. Like I loved my ex boyfriend but I was never "obsessed" with him because he was my boyfriend. Is it because I know I will probably never have the chance to be with this person that I can't stop thinking about him?

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Anonymous said: I met this guy online and we've been talking for a year now and we developed feelings for each other so we got together but now I've started to have second thoughts.. He's such a nice guy but it doesn't feel right and I don't know how to tell him. He used to be suicidal and I'm scared it's going to trigger him. I don't know what to do and I'm scared for his well being if I break up with him, it's really freaking me out

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Anonymous said: Is it possible to love two people at once? Boy#1: I met him before Boy#2. Use to talk non-stop, then he shut me out & never told me why. Then I met Boy#2 and he made me forget about Boy#1 for a while. Boy#2 & I were in love (maybe still are). Then came Boy#1 again (I later found out that he used to like me). We recently started hanging more, and we have moments that feels like we're meant to be. I know it hurts Boy#1 that I'm "seeing" Boy#2. But I don't want to hurt either of them. What do I do?

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Anonymous said: Hi, I don't know if i should be worried about my boyfriend for many reasons, he never eats and is very skinny, he smokes weed and sometimes take mushrooms and he sometimes do some not really legal stuff on his computer and now the police came yesterday and took his computer and found some knives in his room that he shouldnt have and he doesn't seem to take it serious!? i'm so worried about him being in trouble and he's just considering getting high with his friends://

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soupery:

these puppies believe in you, and you should too

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Anonymous said: I'm a girl who is good friends with a guy, or so I thought. A year ago he expressed romantic interest in me, I turned him down, and we continued to hang out as friends and it was fine. Until he confessed that he was still harboring secret feelings for me and had been hoping he would win me over. I feel deceived, like he was just pretending to be my friend but had ulterior motives. Can our friendship survive this? Am I right to be creeped out? I feel like I can't trust him anymore.

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Anonymous said: do you think it's bad to have a crush on more than one person? (I'm new to this blog)

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Anonymous said: My bf, a realtor, owns car & bike, highly privileged (lives w/mom) & lives 30min from college campus. I live a college lifestyle (minimal material items), have classes 8am M-F, own a bike, live alone & 10min from campus. For 1 1/2 yrs now, I've tried asking for more compromise (staying at my place 1x or 2x/week) but he still won't. It's become inefficient & tiring biking to/from his place everyday. Is he lazy/uncaring of our relationship or do his actions seem acceptable/not a big deal?

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Anonymous said: How to tell if a really flirty guy likes you?

Ask him. Use your words. 

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Anonymous said: But why should I ask him? He's a guy and he should make the first move if he likes me. If not then I guess he flirts for no reason.

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I’m gonna need you to take those outdated gender roles and go back to your room to think about what you’re saying for a minute. 

You’re back? Oh, good. Stop tipifying a whole gender into a specified action. Just because people have vaginas does not mean they are meant to act one way, and vice-versa for people with penises. People with penises aren’t dedicated and designed to ask you out. Sorry, bud, the world doesn’t revolve around you. 

Why should you ask him? Because I assume, you know, you like him or something. And that you’re a human being capable of speech and independent thought. That being said, your free will can allow you to stare at a wall and do nothing if you choose. You can talk to him and solve your problems, or continue doing nothing.

I’ll let you decide which process is more effective. 

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Anonymous said: How do you know when do give up on a relationship that's not really working?

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