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I have been having issues with spotting for 14 days. Two months ago, I started birth control pills, and I am still adjusting to them. It is a possibility, that I am going through, hormone changes. I thought, the spotting, stopped, today. I told my boyfriend about my spotting issue, and thought, it stopped. We had sex, protected of course, and found out, it was still happening. I was embarrassed. I should have declined, but I was the one who was selfish. He had the most shocked look on his face, and his expression mortified me. He was trying to act like what happened was okay, but it clearly wasn't. That wasn't the only goof up I've had, in this relationship. This relationship is very new. I wouldn't be surprised if he wants to be with someone else. He seems to be understanding of what happened, but I don't know what he's thinking. I just have to accept what happened. Anyway, life goes on. Ugh.

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  • Don't feel too bad. It happens. Just like you shouldn't have anal sex if you can't stand the thought of a little poop, then you shouldn't have vaginal sex if you can't handle the thought of a little blood. When you mess up having sex, just laugh it off. Life isn't a porno, it'll never be perfect. The flaws are what make that experience with your partner exciting and memorable.

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I think everyone secretly hates me or hangs out with me out of pitty. I am weird as f*ck and not in a good way. Almost like creepy weird cause I try to hard. I hope my son has a easier time making freinds like his dad.

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  • Just like the comment before, I'm gonna tell you: almost nobody ever would hang out with someone out of pity. If people really find someone too weird then they avoid that person. You can be weird and still lovable. Also, people don't know anything about what goes on inside of us, but see a lot of us that we don't know about ourselves; you think your weirdness is the only part of you, but for others it's probably just a small part of you that is made up for by whatever other great traits you have (or else they would, again, not hang out with you).

  • I'm going to tell you what a therapist once told me: People don't do a lot out of pity. Thinnk about it, when was the last time you did something out of pity? And the time before that? Most likely you can't think of much. If you can than that's an entirely different problem.

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I'm going to type this here because I just need to get the words out. Maybe saying it to someone else first will give me the courage to say it to him. Idk. I just have to get it off my chest. Hey, um... I need to talk to you. No, don't worry, it's not anything terrible. I just... I need to ask you something. Just please let me say everything I need to before you respond, okay? ...The thing is, I really like you. A lot. And I wasn't gonna say anything, cause I know that there's no way we could date while you're my boss. And I was willing to wait until one of us just quits or gets moved to a different area, cause for a little while, I was starting to think that maybe you might actually like me back. But... I heard a rumor that you actually have a girlfriend, and that it's kind of a secret. Which I mean, if that's true, then that's great! I'm really happy for you. I just... Well, if you do have a girlfriend- or even if you don't and you're just not interested- I'd like to know. If I don't have a chance, then please just tell me, cause I don't wanna disrespect your relationship, or our friendship. I've been so scared to tell you how I feel because I didn't want to risk losing you as a friend... but I didn't want to waste my time waiting and wondering, either, so... here I am. So... tell me. Do I have any chance at all with you?

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  • secret girlfriend is a red flag dear. just sayin.

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Damm she's annoying and provocative af, can't believe I wanted her yrs ago. It is like if was drunk all the time back then

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Degree is hard. I want to this but at the same time I'm becoming really depressed.

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  • You can do it, remember: if it were easy, it wouldn't be worth it

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All my friends think I shouldn't be with my boyfriend. To be clear, my friends aren't assholes who try to interfere with my life; it took them quite a while to speak up because they didn't want to ruin it for me just because of an opinion they have. But then they slowly started questioning me about whether I'm *really* happy? And don't you, I don't know, want to try dating some other people before settling down? Recently they went as far as giving me an intervention. What really was the killing point for me though was when this one guy, who's dating my friend and had met my boyfriend and me for the very first time, later apparently said to her: "he's terrible, please tell your friend to ditch him". Like... It's one thing if my friends have this opinion, they might be biased, but if a total stranger has this impression upon meeting us the very first time... Now the thing is, I love my boyfriend and I don't see any problem in our relationship. I never did. But after this I do and I don't know how to deal with it. I don't even know what exactly it is that people don't like about us - they always say that they "can't really explain", but I guess they just don't want to so they don't hurt my feelings. I don't want to tell my boyfriend because it would hurt him a lot, so I don't have anyone to discuss this with and I don't know how to deal with it by myself. By the way, my family, on the other hand, love my boyfriend and constantly tell me that I should do everything to keep him.

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  • You could talk to your family.

  • Take a step back and look at everything. How does he treat you? How does he talk to you? How does he act around others, and is it different than how he acts when you're alone? How often does he try to tell you what to do? Does he ever hurt you, physically or emotionally? Does he ever twist things on you and always make you feel like you're at fault? And be honest with yourself. Really analyze why people might dislike him. Maybe it's nothing to do with how he treats you, maybe he's just got an abrasive personality. Maybe he has opinions that most people don't agree with. Maybe he's just loud. Maybe he's nice to you but mean to others. Some of my exes were like that. The best person to me, but awful to others, or just rude. After looking at all of this, if you genuinely don't see a problem, then don't listen to your friends. And if you do see some problems or red flags, maybe think about what that means for your relationship.

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What happens if a father owes child support but the mother dies, then the kids turn into adults? Is money still owed? To whom?

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  • Depends what state you live in

  • Child support is just money to assist in raising the child, so I assume the money would go to either them or their caretaker.

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My ex has met the perfect man for herself.

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im 14 f im addicted to playing daddy daughter online with men 40 or more old until we explode with cum i did it 7 times today now i want again

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  • Watch this series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7lYeRqhQ9Q

  • sweety, you're a child. you aren't playing anything, you are just a kid and those men are old enough to be your father. what you're doing, if you're caught put those men in jail and maybe they should be put in jail. no 40 year old should be interested in or trying to make a 14 year old cum. sex isn't a game. and you shouldn't be even knowing what this is, let a lone be doing it.

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My mom is a lesbianphobic but she loves gay people (male gays) because she grew up always having a gay friend. But lesbians, she's scared of them and doesn't want to be next to one. Her perception of lesbians is like a tomboy. I'm a lesbian and is not a tomboy and it's sooooo hard for me to just tell my mom this because she'll probably stay away from me. I love my mom so much she's like my best friend and she's loving and kind. But I do know the reason why she's scared of lesbians. And even I would be traumatized if I experienced what she had experienced in the past and what the experience had done to her. She's open to many things but that phobia. And it's not that she hates lesbians because it's what they are but it really just has something to do with her experience and as I said it's really that awful! But I'm in the middle of a conflict of telling her about me at the same time just keeping it a secret to actually not worsen her anxiety.

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  • She needs to be educated, maybe you can reach to one of her gay male friends to talk to her and explain that not all lesbian girls are alike, she might be willing to listen like that?

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