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  1. Thats a good point. I guess nothing if I am going to be honest. I just thought maybe we would be a good fit because we have a lot in common, but everyone is right. I can't be in a relationship with a pen pal, who I never see in person.
  2. Hi, No, I am not sexting him. I made it clear from the beginning that I am not interested in a hook up or friends with benefits. So, I steer away from that topic in general
  3. Hello everyone, I think I may have a delusional view of where I stand with a guy that I am talking to. So, there's a guy that I talk to literally every single day. It's the point that If I don't respond, he will reach out and bombard me with messages to see if I am okay and if something is bothering me. However, we literally never see each other. The last time that I saw this man was about a month ago. I told him that we should plan a date and he gave me answer similar to "I have my own stuff going on, idk." I have literally no clue what he means by this. At first, I thought it may be an issue with physical attraction, but he does compliment my looks. So, basically am I wasting my time here? And why would he continuously want to talk to me if he has no intention of seeing me? Thanks!
  4. I have taken 18 credits before. As long as you have good time management and you are able to set aside time to study and do homework then you shouldn't have a problem. I wouldn't declare a major yet if I was you. Take your general education requirements like Math, Science, Humanities, etc. first. Research your field and try to figure out how the job outlook is, what the average salary is, and if internships are available. I advise you to read some online reviews that deals with that field, and see how people who already have the degree view it. When I was in college, I felt rushed to pick a major. It felt like I HAD to have something picked out because my advisers were pressuring me and everyone else seemed like they knew what they were going to do after college. Now, I wish I had taken my time and researched my major. I have B.A. in Criminal Justice and International Affairs. Although, finding a job isn't hard, the salary is lousy and the room for promotion is just as bad. I am going back to school as a non degree seeking student to take some science classes, and I am pursuing a career in the Nursing field now. I would really take a couple of semesters to figure things out. Don't feel rushed to graduate at a certain time. Volunteer in different areas and try to figure out what you are interested in. If there's a major that seems good to you then take a class and see if it peeks your interest and see how well you do. If you take your time and some research then you won't regret your decision later.
  5. Ballen, I don't think you are doing anything wrong by putting your homework before your girlfriends need. I am taking master level courses and I definitely understand how time consuming it gets. I have had a couple of people who would call me while I am doing my homework, and I would just let them know to text me, or that I will call them back before I go to bed if they are still up. Nothing annoys me more than when someone gets needy when I cant give them they attention they want when I am focused on something important. Also, I used to be one of those girls that would need constant reassurance after I would tell my boyfriend that I loved him. I later realized that constant need for reassurance was just my own insecurities and need for validation. So, I decided to focus instead on my boyfriends actions and how he treated me to infer if he loved me or not. Anyone can say that they love someone a million times, but their actions is the real proof here. I agree with j.man here. You should look at other aspects of your relationship and see if you two are really compatible.
  6. There is absolutely no chance that your relationship with this 20 year is going to work out. From what you have told us, she seems to be extremely immature and naïve. Does she know all of the hard work and necessary time and commitment that someone has to set aside to take care of an autistic child? Is she mentally ready to stick by you while you go through what is going to turn out to be a bitter divorce? She is still very young and when she realizes the huge responsibility that she has accepted, she will leave you and go on to someone who is her age. No one is saying that you need to be with your wife. You definitely need to sit her down and tell her that you are unhappy with the marriage and that your are not prepared for the counseling. But running into the arms of this young woman will make everything absolutely worse. She obviously has unresolved daddy issues that she's looking to you to fulfill and make better. The poor girl is the one who needs counseling.
  7. I watched Dexter, would highly recommend if you have a interest in serial killers and mystery.
  8. Sometimes, I think about the awful sense of humor that we had with one another. We used to crack jokes all the time about each other and neither of us would get offended. I miss going to your house and cuddling with you and watching basketball and I miss the fact that whenever I needed someone to cheer me up, you were always a text away.. But now... I hope every soda you drink already shaken up.I hope your dreams dry like raisins in the baking sun. I hope there's always snow in your driveway I hope you never get off Fridays, and you work at a Friday's that's always busy on Fridays,I hope you win the lottery and lose your ticket.I hope the zipper on your jacket get stuck and your headphones short, and your charger don't work and you trip and scrape your knees.
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