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Posted 2/13/08

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ohmygodBRITTANY wrote:

okay, my problems are nothing like the normal/average teenager sorry to say -___-
i dont have any boy problems except for the fact that i'm fourteen and i've never had a boyfriend/been kissed. but rly thats not that big of a deal.
its kind of an internal conflict
i think there's something wrong with me.
i can't find balance between everything like alone time, friends, family, school, etc. and when there's no balance i go insane
and i have a ton of problems with my mom, and i think i'm making her incredibly depressed.
i make myself depressed for no good reason, and i ruin everyone that im friends with.
there's a little voice in my head always saying "i hate you i hate you i hate you i hate you" you know?
and do not tell me i'm depressed because i dont believe i am.
theres so much more to this, but if i wrote it all down i'd take up like 10 pages.


the best thing is to talk to someone about this. trust me u'll feel much better if u let someone who is a good listener know, coz they'll really listen to your problems and be able to offer you genuine advice


hmm.. you see the only problem with that is when i talk to someone about my problems it gets all awkward later on.. idk maybe i hold too much inside but oh well XD
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Posted 2/13/08

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Unfortunately, no i dont have a ride so i will be forced 2 ride a bike but i live in a big city & i have applied everywhere within a 5 mile radius.


Hmm that's tough, any more than 5 miles is quite a commute on bike... but it's not entirely unreasonable. I have a good friend who works in NYC as a UPS delivery driver, he gets up at 2:00am to beat the traffic on the 70+ drive. He then sleeps in his car till 6:00am, works until 9:00pm and gets home in time to jump in bed at 12:00 and he's been doing this for nearly 20 years.

Basicly you've got to do what you've got to do, I really hope you find something close though.


wow thats early, im not a morning person lol... but like u said i gotta do what i gotta do, thanx
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don't waste you're time with those who don't wanna share their time with you...............my advice
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The best advice i was ever given is as follows;

"If you have to hurry and get to a place, just leave earlier".

Good advice nyaa ^^
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Posted 2/13/08

ohmygodBRITTANY wrote:


number1sculler wrote:


ohmygodBRITTANY wrote:

okay, my problems are nothing like the normal/average teenager sorry to say -___-
i dont have any boy problems except for the fact that i'm fourteen and i've never had a boyfriend/been kissed. but rly thats not that big of a deal.
its kind of an internal conflict
i think there's something wrong with me.
i can't find balance between everything like alone time, friends, family, school, etc. and when there's no balance i go insane
and i have a ton of problems with my mom, and i think i'm making her incredibly depressed.
i make myself depressed for no good reason, and i ruin everyone that im friends with.
there's a little voice in my head always saying "i hate you i hate you i hate you i hate you" you know?
and do not tell me i'm depressed because i dont believe i am.
theres so much more to this, but if i wrote it all down i'd take up like 10 pages.


the best thing is to talk to someone about this. trust me u'll feel much better if u let someone who is a good listener know, coz they'll really listen to your problems and be able to offer you genuine advice


hmm.. you see the only problem with that is when i talk to someone about my problems it gets all awkward later on.. idk maybe i hold too much inside but oh well XD


i suppose u need to find the right person then ... like i would tend to open up if i had any problems to 1 of my mates, and he wouldn't really say anything, just listen, then take my mind of it. lol now im the one doin it 4 my gf, so i know what he feels like. but seriously my gf always sez how much better she feels after letting it all out, even b4 we started goin out.

never heard of the saying a problem shared is a problem halved. if u want talk bout it wit me .. i dont really mind listening to other people talk
Posted 2/13/08
is it okay to like a best friends ex of 2 years?
but the ex was always my friend before the relationship, and lately hes been showing his more flirty side to me? =3=
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I Cant Get A Job lol...No I Really Did Try Hard But Nobody Is Hiring In My Community


Depends. How old are you, what nationality, and what kind of town (big city, suburb, rural, etc)?

If you're really young, that's a big reason. But if you're at least 16 or 17, it should be ok. 18 should allow you to get any normal part-time job.


pawleen wrote:

is it okay to like a best friends ex of 2 years?
but the ex was always my friend before the relationship, and lately hes been showing his more flirty side to me? =3=

I see nothing wrong with it since it was like 2 years ago. Unless the ex cheated on or was horrible to your best friend and they are still scarred. I went out with a friend's ex for a short time although we felt a bit weird about it. He said it was ok so I felt fine about it. Then again; my friend wasn't the clingy type and had another g/f by then.
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Posted 2/13/08

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cashflow wrote:

I Cant Get A Job lol...No I Really Did Try Hard But Nobody Is Hiring In My Community


Depends. How old are you, what nationality, and what kind of town (big city, suburb, rural, etc)?

If you're really young, that's a big reason. But if you're at least 16 or 17, it should be ok. 18 should allow you to get any normal part-time job.


im 18, i have no job experience, and i live in a pretty buzy town.
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Posted 2/13/08

cashflow wrote:


tobydiah wrote:


cashflow wrote:

I Cant Get A Job lol...No I Really Did Try Hard But Nobody Is Hiring In My Community


Depends. How old are you, what nationality, and what kind of town (big city, suburb, rural, etc)?

If you're really young, that's a big reason. But if you're at least 16 or 17, it should be ok. 18 should allow you to get any normal part-time job.


im 18, i have no job experience, and i live in a pretty buzy town.


If you're a student in high school or college, you should talk to an student adviser, work-study adviser, financial aid director, or the dean of your major. Those are the most likely to have information and connections to helping students find a job. The hardest part of getting a job is finding what people actually are hiring so asking for advice and networking helps. I would go around looking for any job. Even Mcdonald's. Just get any job and work there while you look for another jobs if you really didn't want to work there. At least you'll be making money while you look for one.

I hope you are going to these places with a folder to put all these applications in. Also make sure to try to talk to the manager, get their name, and give them yours as well. If they aren't there, ask when they will be in and try to go back around then to introduce yourself. They'll be more likely to hire you if they remember your face and name out of the piles of applicants. One major things that always helped me was writing a resume. Make a resume (even if you don't have work experience) filled with school activities, you personal info, an introduction, why you would make a good employee, etc. Actually coming prepared with a resume and filling out an application will show them that you really are responsible and are putting in the effort to get the job. Of course, dress semi-casually. Don't wear a tie and stuff but don't dress like a scrub or delinquent or anything. Appearance counts a lot when they are deciding.
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I watched this anime, but i cant seem to remember what it is. It started with this girl, giong to a train... then i think she went to the big place filled with wierd monsters, and a big blob thing that wears a mask. There was also a frog in it too.

if you have any idea, or guess, quote me!
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idk but right now i'm probably in depression...
at school i hardly talk to the people around me
and sometimes i'm all alone
i tend to hang out in smaller groups now as opposed to before..
because of this i've drifted away from a lot of old friends...

i hardly talk at school anymore, or smile either.
it's really hard to find things to say to other people.
and i feel like i have this empty feeling 24/7.

i think it stemmed from me & my bf breaking up
then around the same time, 2 of my best friends ditched me.
so yeah, that's how it started, but it's become even more serious now..

haha what do i doo.
i wanna be my old selff...
but in a way i think the only way to be happy again is after i leave this place & meet new people
but I'm also afraid i CAN'T because this depression is dragging me down

oh and yea, i was on antidepressants for 6 months
but i was ok but now i'm backkk to this hellhole...
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Hmm, depression is always a hard one to beat decisively, especially if it's something that you'd struggled with before. I should know, I put up with it every day myself. First question to ask yourself is whether it's really stemming from a specific eventor events, or whether it's a general feeling of depression that you just can't shake. If it's specifically from an event, or events, like breaking up with your boyfriend, beating depression in that sense is face the event that caused it, in whatever sense you can. Breakups are painful and depressing any time and every time it happens. Events are something best overcome with time, and focusing your thoughts and energy into something you enjoy, or something productive.

When you have a general feeling on depression you just can't shake, and it has persisted a long while, it's best to consult your doctor. If trying option number one doesn't work for you, Millki, you may want to go back to your doc. You mentioned you were on AD's before and you felt better during that time period, so that might be what you need. Taking AD's isn't neccessarily a permanent thing, they're made so if your body isn't making enough of the hormones to make you feel all right and in balance, they help to get your body to correct that balance, though I'm sure your doc explained the jist of how they work.

Any other questions, feel free to give me a jingle.
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k, i just got a general question... can anyone tell me how patients diagnosed with Delirium behave?? i kno the symptoms and everything but no where does it reli tell me how they behave...
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can you post qs on da opinion of pple such as if u wrote a story and want opinion of pple
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