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My boyfriends best friend is a trap and its pissing me off how much time they spend together. They are always together when my boyfriend isn't with me, he sleeps over at my boyfriend's house, and acts like this delicate little fragile flower. I want to beat the living fuck out of him, its pissing me off so bad. When the three of us are hanging out its disgusting how girly he acts, and my boyfriend just protects him like hes this little tiny damsel in distress, taking care of him like hes a little fucking princess.
I've asked my boyfriend to ditch the tranny but he won't, he says that hes his best friend and that It wouldn't be fair because I was allowed to keep all my friends and talk to my ex. I don't hang out with my ex though...
I want my boyfriend, and I want his little friend out of the picture.
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Between the ages of 14 and 18, I was with one girl. We took eachother's virginity and matured into adulthood together. We did everything together and saw eachother every single day (same school, same classes).
Eventually, we decided to break it up as we were becoming too much like friends... In a way that's fine if you're in your 30s, but not really at our age. We also knew we had to see more of the world away from eachother.
However, I dived into a deep and crippling depression for six months (completely fine now... I'm a fourth year medical student too)... But this quickly (and understandably) made her distant, and we never really talked after it.
I've been thinking of her more lately though. It's not getting me down or anything, but it's on my mind. Do you think, given the circumstances after we broke up, she'd ever be up for getting back together? And if so, am I better off actively trying, or just get over it for now and see if we ever meet again randomly at a pub in 10 years time and see if we kick it off?
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Need help on deciding school to go to for my last two years of high school, going full IB.
My first option is to stay at my current school, which is believed to be better in terms of academics and guidance, being much smaller and allowing teachers more time for their students. My courses would
The second option is to transfer to a nearby school that offers more classes, is generally bigger in all terms, has an actual sports program, but is believed to have lower academics. My courses would be
Chemistry / Physics
In the end I simply would to know which school would be better to get into an engineering college. My main interests would be for computer, chemical, or mechanical. The school are equal in terms of friends(knowing people from both sides), location, and costs. I simply making this decision based of possible college choices and a better future.
tl;dr Help me pick a high school. Op is fag
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Apologies if this is more of a /fit/ question, I'm just not sure if I'd get much of an answer there.
I have pretty bad IBS that is aggravated by two things - stress and fibre. Problem is, no doctor takes me seriously when I tell them about fibre, they all insist that's wrong and tell me to go eat lots of vegetables and whole grains.
Because of this, my diet tends to consist of proteins and white flour foods because wholegrain and vegetables absolutely destroy my bowel. I currently weigh 147lbs at 5'4" and I'm aiming to lose a little bit of excess weight. All my attempts to eat healthier in the past have been stopped by the chronic pain it's caused me, but I convinced myself this time would be different.
It's not. Three days of eating healthier and I've had to come home from university from pains. I'm sitting here in agony when I was supposed to start my exercise regime today. I feel so pissed off that my body's letting me down in this way when all I want to do is improve it.
I've usually quit around this point because I can't take the pain, but I don't know if I should try to deal with it or not. Right now my choices are this:
>Keep going with the diet and try to get past the pain stage to see if it's long-lasting, then start exercising.
>Go back to old eating habits (protein, white flour, no junk food) and try to lose weight through exercising, not necessarily 100% healthy eating.
What seems like the best option? I can't seek medical advice for this because no doctor takes me seriously.
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I'm a french teacher, I've met this girl in the beginning of the course, she's my student. At first I fell for her beauty, but once I got to know her better, I found out some other amazing things about her.
She's an amazing artist, we have that in common, we've talked a lot about drawings and even exchanged some of our painting works.
I've adder her on facebook but we barely talk there... in fact, our conversations flow better in class, but I can't stop the class to talk to her everytime.
I've been thinking about asking her out, but I don't want her to think that I'm interested in her or something like that, and I'm also worried about what the other students will think.
I just want to catch her attention, I want to build a nice friendship with her and see if it leads somewhere. We only talked once outside class and she called me "teacher".
How can I get her to see me as a close friend instead of just her teacher?
Thank you in advance.