Curiously Curious
Curiously Curious answered

I have heard of people being on that medicine for many years. Mostly due to the risk of them relapsing. That is depending on how bad the addiction was and how long they were addicted. Some doctors say it's something you could be on for the rest of your life.  There is a different type … Read more

Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang answered

Suboxone is a drug I don't think a doctor would have you BOTH on for five years. Something sounds fishy about your question. First of all this medicine is prescribed to help with the withdrawal symptoms of a drug addiction such as heroine. That tells me if you are obtaining this medication legally then you … Read more

Twallgirl Wallace
Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

The best way to solve a potential  problem is to have open honest conversations with one another. This especially important iwithin the family unit. Ther are a series of articles that helped my family: under  the topic help for families. It gave us some good practical suggestions that were not difficult  to implement. Hope … Read more

Twallgirl Wallace
Twallgirl Wallace answered

I'm totally fine with that especially  if the 20 year old encourages  The 15 year old to make wise practical decisions. The bible tells us to widen out in our love, which means that friends can be found in all age groups. It also tells us at Proverbs 18:25 that their exists a friend sticking … Read more

mary adam
mary adam answered

Do you like him more than your boyfriend? If so then break up with your boyfriend and ask your friend if he wants to be with you, if not then accept the gift and carry on as normal.

Dark Majinn
Dark Majinn answered

Could mean nothing at all other then a nice gesture . . .

Why not treat it as such until he actually extends more then a friendship to you.

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered

Don't worry so much about what your friends have to say about this situation. If you want to know what's going on, ask him. He might have decided to splurge on a gift for you because he had the money then. He might not have had it before. Don't overthink it or ask all your … Read more

Janis Haskell
Janis Haskell answered Anonymous' question

I'm so sorry this happened to you.  Be sure to tell your mother how it feels.  And a belated happy birthday to you!  :)

Refreshme Refreshme
Refreshme Refreshme answered Anonymous' question

Awe. That's not good.

Maybe you could tell her how you feel about that. Tell her that you felt neglected.

Retiredkop Retiredkop
Retiredkop Retiredkop answered Anonymous' question

I'd be broken hearted to say the least.  I wouldn't let this fester time to find out why and the sooner the better!  Tiger two, Im glade it wasn't you that that was treated this way.  Cause I'm making green chili and in a couple minutes I feel rested enough to make a home made … Read more

Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson answered

If you have a separate valid reason for attending beyond the opportunity to "see" her, it's up to you.

But whether you go or not, you need to somehow "get over" your active feelings for that woman.

Walter The Grump
Walter The Grump answered

Unless you were invited to the event, keep your butt home. This comes across as very eerie and scary. Give it up. She's married and probably happy. Don't be a home wrecker. She was just a crush. You're displaying stalker and sociopathic behaviors. Rather than go stalk her, go see a psychiatrist, receive a diagnosis, … Read more