88 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: slap.jpg]
My boyfriend hit me last night. He did it in retaliation, as I slapped him round the face first, but he hit me back much harder and really hurt my jaw.
Now, I'm not looking for sympathy because as I said, I slapped him first so I somewhat deserved something back. What I do want to ask is do you think a relationship can be fixed after something like this?
We've been together quite a while and this is the first time anything like this has happened. He's not a violent person and I genuinely think it was just a response to me slapping him. We had both been drinking as well.
He told me to shut the fuck up over something that was so frustrating that I slapped him as a joke. Turns out he didn't see it that way.
This morning he apologised profusely and said he felt awful. I also apologised and told him that I understood that my actions were what caused him to act that way. He said it didn't excuse his behaviour. I do believe that he is sorry.
I would appreciate some advice. I kind of look back on it and laugh, but at the same time I know things are very wrong when there is violence in a relationship.
0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: oh my fucking god.jpg]
So i'd like some help with a problem i'm having. There's this girl. Let's call her Moneypenny She graduated last year. She was my tutor all throughout 9th grade. I really liked her. Now i'm getting a new tutor because Moneypenny is in college. The college is like 30 minutes outside town and Moneypenny and I talk on facebook and text occasionally. So we've kept in contact. I've never had a girl friend, and Moneypenny is funny, atractive, smart, talented, everything. The only problem is our age difference. I'm 15 and she's 18. I really like her but i'm to affraid she'd say no. And i'm afrraid it would ruin our friendship because then it'd just be awkward. And if I wait any longer i'm affraid she'll get a boyfriend.Also I know she's going to transfer to a differant school. And I might lose my chance.
4 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 1299027550846.jpg]
The problem is that Valentine's Day is nigh, and I will not be able to see her, unless something just short of divine intervention happens.
But I've prepared a contingency plan: creating a Valentine's Day care-package.
>3 Massive Hershey Bars (2 different Symphonies, Cookies&Cream)
>One of my childhood plush toys
>A scarf that she bought for me the day we decided we were going to be together as long as we could make it
>A 2-page letter written half in verse, half in common vernacular about "love" and stuff
Ideas? Too cheesy? Weird? More things to put in there?
1 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: mad-magazine.jpg]
Do y'all get a nauseous feeling, when going to partys discos and the like?
I feel like shit whenever I try to go in one of those.
And it hindered me a lot.
Not ugly, fat or anything, just hell lotta anxious and scared.
Ps: It also happened in first days in university and to a lesser extent, when I need to talk in public.