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Jessica Lloyd thanked Tom Jackson's answer

You might want to take a quick look here, but your best bet is your doctor.

www.medhelp.org/posts/Ear--Nose--Throat/water-up-my-nose-fee

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Tom Jackson's answer

At 17 you obviously know that the physical work of carrying new life to term is primarily the role of the mother.

It could simply be your subconscious integrating the conscious awareness of that potential role into your "mind."

Any dream---in and of itself---does not necessarily have any predictive value.  Sometimes our dreams are just the subconscious … Read more

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Gator Blu's answer

It can be a reference to new beginings. Since you are 17, are you a high school senior? It could me you have been thinking about graduating and moving out on your own. Think of it as a way of giving birth to yourself. You will no longer ne known as the girl who was … Read more

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Anonymous' answer

I have never gone for the exact same reason when I have had crisis'  in my life, but I have heard it said that you get out of it what you put into it.

Dealing with depression takes work, although I have read that some say it just "lifts" if the proper medication for that … Read more

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Ancient Hippy's answer

A therapist is not going to cry with you, they'll rarely laugh with you either. They are a neutral "listener" who will help YOU help yourself. They do care, otherwise, they wouldn't be in their chosen field. They can't read your mind and will constantly ask questions to determine what is going on in your … Read more

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Smiley Crankenhoof's answer

The only way I can think of offhand to get rid of thoughts you don't want to have is to fill your head with other thoughts, possibly of other things you don't particularly like or want to think about, but thoughts that are hard to get rid of, like remembering images from a really stupid … Read more

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Ravin Local's answer

That doesn't make you a bad person. It makes you a person that should see a professional, about a problem that you need help solving. I hope you make an appointment, so that you can have peace of mind.

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Stacey Dinozzo's answer

Jogging & riding bikes does alot of work around your body. Cutting back on carbonated drinks & just doing water, you'll feel a difference!

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Jessica Lloyd voted up Soul Fly's answer

I think daydreaming is great. And you can put it in to good use. Day dreamers are usually great story tellers. Try writing down what your day dreaming about, it may just lead into something benificial.

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Anonymous' answer

If it's interfering with your ability to stay connected to reality when necessary then it can be bad, yes.  Imagination and fantasy are awesome but you have to keep them separate from reality or they become a problem. 

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Jessica Lloyd voted up Anonymous' answer

If it's interfering with your ability to stay connected to reality when necessary then it can be bad, yes.  Imagination and fantasy are awesome but you have to keep them separate from reality or they become a problem. 

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Soul Fly's answer

I think daydreaming is great. And you can put it in to good use. Day dreamers are usually great story tellers. Try writing down what your day dreaming about, it may just lead into something benificial.

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Jessica Lloyd thanked Angela Anthony's answer

Just means you're an emotional person. If you're not comfortable with it you could try something like meditation, yoga, or see your doctor.

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Jessica Lloyd voted up Yo Kass' answer

Firstly, try and remember that most people are new and freaked out on the first day.

I'd suggest setting some goals before hand, and being really stubborn with yourself to make sure you fulfill them

For example:

  • Force yourself to speak to 10 people you don't know.
  • Or sign up to 2 college groups, clubs, or societies.
  • Make sure to … Read more
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Jessica Lloyd thanked Yo Kass' answer

Firstly, try and remember that most people are new and freaked out on the first day.

I'd suggest setting some goals before hand, and being really stubborn with yourself to make sure you fulfill them

For example:

  • Force yourself to speak to 10 people you don't know.
  • Or sign up to 2 college groups, clubs, or societies.
  • Make sure to … Read more
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Jessica Lloyd thanked Angela Anthony's answer

Just be yourself! Be friendly, smile, and say hello! People can surely be judgemental, however, not everyone is that way!

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Jessica Lloyd voted up Yo Kass' answer

My girlfriend has the same problem, and actually arachnophobia (fear of spiders) is a very common issue.

Apparently a combination of education and hypnotherapy can work. Some zoos host events helping people to overcome their fears.
There's an interesting article about it here:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/lifestyle/wellbeing/6399171/How-to-conquer-your-Arachnophobia.html

(Warning there is one picture of a spider at the top … Read more