Aniyah Jeter
Aniyah Jeter thanked Danae Hitch's answer

You are playing with fire, that's what you're doing. Either you're committed to this guy or you're not. It's really that simple. If you are committed to him, you owe him your fidelity. 

If he were to come to you with the question you asked here, what would be your response if he was cuddling, … Read more

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Aniyah Jeter thanked Tris Fray Potter's answer

Just tell yourself that nobody cares if you mess up.  They might laugh because it's funny, but when you go back to school the next day, no one will remember it.

Be confident, even if people do laugh or talk during your presentation, continue like nothing happened, chances are, it's not at you unless you make … Read more

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Aniyah Jeter thanked Stormy-Lynn Calvert's answer

I relieved some fear of public speaking by repeatedly telling myself it was no big deal until I believed it. It doesn't hurt to be fully prepared and know your presentation inside and out either. Also, the more public speaking you do, the easier it'll become. Good luck!

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Aniyah Jeter thanked hello itsmeadele's answer

U can ease the pain a little with putting something warm like a hot water bottle on your belly. There are also tablets for menstruation aches or the use of birth control pills can enlight the annoyances a lot. Ofcourse the use of medicine has it's own downsides.

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Aniyah Jeter thanked Rex Stutznegger's answer

Consuming lots of water and fruits/vegetables should help lighten it a bit, and according to wikihow, mixing a packet of gelatin in a glass of water and drinking it quickly can stop your period for a max of 3 hours.

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Aniyah Jeter thanked Bikergirl Anonymous' answer

A circumstance like that is not  about being "fair" .. By your suggested logic .. Are you suggesting that if he were to miss his game that it WOULD be "fair"?  You see there is no way to provide for two conflicting schedules like this.  Perhaps this time you miss one .. Next time he … Read more

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Aniyah Jeter thanked Danae Hitch's answer

I'm assuming your parents are determining the rules for this. So if you want this to change, you need to suck it up, buttercup, and have a reasonable discussion on missing a practice. If it was a competition, I could see how you would be upset.

However, your brother is competing in a game, so … Read more