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Twallgirl Wallace answered Jasmine Antipolo's question

I don't know how old you are, but sometimes it could be a hormonal imbalance. Have you made an appointment to see your doctor. It could be something  that needs to be managed with medicine. Also try to pin point what triggers your crying and mood swings. This can be helpful.

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Alice Elswyth's question

Love is always relevant. I shudder to think that we have become so contemporary that some may believe that they can live without love. Our very existence is based on the fact that God loved us! We must we remember what love is . The bible tells us at 1Corinthians 13:4-8 a lot that we … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

Why would you want to go by yourself? Are you afraid to let your parents know that you are in trouble? As a minor you can not possibly understand what will be going on. Are you going to court against your parents? I don't know what the reason is behind this but you need your … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

I think that it is very mature of you that you chose to talk to a trusted adult about what you are going through. You're to be commended. You are not obligated to tell everyone what is going on with you. I also know that as ayoung person it can be hard to make wise … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

Have you tried speaking honestly. Don't get upset at any of their responses. It's important to hear them out and listen to what they say. Change what you can without compromising your parental integrity. Think of some bonding activities that you can do, just the two of you! One on one time is very important … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

There is no way you can do that without permanently damaging your relationship with your I know from experience how it feels not to be wanted by your parent. The person who is supposed to love you unconditionally, no matter what. Your statement though solidifies what the bible prophesied at Matthew 24:12: "Love of the … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

I want to offer my deepest sympathy to you all. Having to see a loved one suffer is really sad and watching them die even worse. Many often wonder why good people suffer and die. The bible tells us that we inherited sin and death from our first parents Adam and Eve. The bible also … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Yin and Yang's question

I am so sorry that you are in this is your situation. I would encourage you to take the high road. Try to remember that you are all family. I would also encourage you to talk with them and let them know how you feel. When you talk things out, it works out in the … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Abdulrahman Fahad's question

Try to relax. Continue being yourself. That is who others are drawn to. When we try to be someone we're not, that is where problems come in.  The bible speaks of a person putting on airs as someone not to be trusted. Be yourself and you should be fine

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

how about speaking with their father, calmly and let him know that you love your siblings and want to remain part of their lives. Pray for calmness and kindness. Don't let the discussion turn into an unwanted argument

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Albom Mitch's question

It depends on what you are meditating on. The bible tells us at Phillipians 4:8: "whatever things are true, whatever things are of serious concern, whatever things are righteous, whatever things are chaste, whatever things are lovable, whatever things are well spoken of, whatever things are virtuous and whatever things are praiseworthy, continue considering these … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

It is impossible to love someone with no expectations. In any relationship you should expect something. Dating is a very serious matter. IT seems that your heart is already in when the other persons is not. How about asking him to be honest about how he truly feels for you. If he is having trouble … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Virginia Lou's question

when we think about today's youth it is a very sad situation that they find themselves in. Unfortunately we live in a time characterized in the bible as critical times hard to deal with. So the moral decline that we have been experiencing from generation to generation is because of this. The bible also tells … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Adriana smile's question

absolutely! Please don't wait to long to talk to a trusted adult. Never neglect the power of prayer. It will help to calm your nerves. I particularly focus son the book of Psalms. Chapter 34:18 tells us that god is near to those broken at heart and those crushed in spirit he saves.

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

could it be that you have not ran across the right person. Remember that dating is a serious matter, not to be taken lightly. Look for a person who shares the same moral values as you who respects what you respect

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Twallgirl Wallace answered JNicka Nicka's question

The bible calls the times that we are living in "the last days". It tells us at 2Timothy 3:1-5 that critical times hard to deal with will be here. Men will be lovers of themselves...disobedient to parents, unthankful disloyal, having no natural affection. These are the attitudes that  permeate society. But the bible also tells … Read more