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Lee Ae Tae thanked dragonfly forty-six's answer

There is no right or wrong way to find the right balance, you just find it. The formula for me might not work for you. The good news is that by finding this balance, it will prepare you for finding balance in other areas in your life as you age. Many stages of life are … Read more

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Lee Ae Tae thanked KB Baldwin's answer

I joined the Navy and saw the world (OK, the Navy called my bluff and I saw only a tiny slice of the world, but still...) before going to college.  My Brother In Law (one of the smartest, most squared away people I know) dropped out of high school to follow his passion.  He now … Read more

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Lee Ae Tae thanked Walt O'Reagun's answer

Cookie has the only 100% correct answer.

If you are still living at home, guess what?  Even though you are an adult, you have to follow house rules.

If you're living on your own, you can make your own house rules.

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Lee Ae Tae thanked Dark Majinn's answer

"I know you would like me to concentrate on college, but as an adult I think I should be allowed to follow my heart. Good or Bad, it is life's experiences that will ultimately be the education I need."

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Lee Ae Tae thanked Tom Jackson's answer

"I tried, Mom; but that turned out to be an unrealistic expectation at this point in my life."

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Lee Ae Tae thanked echooos echooos' answer

Since you're 18 and considered an adult I think that's your decision not your mother's anymore.

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Lee Ae Tae answered

Treat them like your friends.  I have plenty of guy-friends, and I do all the same things with them that I do with my girl-friends.  It helps if your group of friends are all friendly to girls too.  Just say hi.  Be outgoing.  When you see someone you know, give them a high-five, like you … Read more

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Lee Ae Tae answered

Don't lose your virginity.  These people telling you that it's weird are just putting the typical social pressure on you.  Don't give into it.  If you feel that you are fine just the way you are, then stay that way.  To be honest, it is strange that these people have lost their virginity.  They are … Read more

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Lee Ae Tae thanked Arthur Wright's answer

Actually unless youre trained in Psychology in the area of handling suicides and effects on those around us, there is very little you can do but be a good friend and listen.  From many years of experience dealing with suicides I can tell you that most people who actually talk about it wont do it … Read more

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Lee Ae Tae thanked Arthur Wright's answer

You really don't unless you want to look like some lve-lost puppy dog here.  It looks like he really was never all that much into you  and only told you what he thought you wanted to hear from him.  So cut your losses and move on and find a real BF that is truly interested … Read more

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Lee Ae Tae thanked Tom Jackson's answer

You and he obviously had different expectations about your possible future relationship.

Quite understandable.

If you want to follow up, you can---just contact him and chat about you and him and see what he says.

With additional information, you can decide how to proceed if you still want to.

 

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Lee Ae Tae thanked Dark Majinn's answer

So, here's your Question:

"I liked a guy for a year and he confessed that he liked me. We agreed not to date yet; we didn't think we were ready for it. He moved schools. Suddenly I find that he has a girlfriend. He never told me. How do I ask him about it? "

And Here's … Read more