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  1. I'm going to start off by letting you guys know that I've been single for about 4 years now. I've slept around a little bit during this time, but I haven't really gotten close with anyone on an emotional level until now. I've been hanging out with this guy and he is seriously so sweet. Every time we are together I feel like I really like him, but whenever I leave him and we aren't together I don't have the same feelings for him at all. I keep telling myself I'll keep my distance because I know he has feelings for me and I don't want to hurt him.. But then I see him again and my feelings com
  2. She's definitely into you, no doubt about it.
  3. Jeetsun- I'm 21. Trust me, I know this and I have known this for a really long time. I'm a very logical person and I know what I'm doing is t okay for myself. Actually doing it though, that's what I'm struggling with. It's not that I have low self esteem- it's that I'm lonely and yes I do feel like I need attention... Rather than having to get close to someone and open myself up and being vulnerable, I get all of the physical intimacy that I need (kissing, cuddles, really nice compliments etc.) without actually being emotionally involved and potentially getting hurt. But then I feel like c
  4. Browneyedgirl36- thank you. Honestly, what you're saying is making a lot of sense to me. I am a really big feeling avoider, I don't really talk about my feelings either. And you're right - when I drink these feelings of anxiety, loneliness and sadness are masked. I know these things and in my head I know what I NEED to do to stop this and I know that it's wrong. It's like I just can't help myself.. I definitely need to talk to a professional.
  5. Yeah, you're right... What I need to do is to stop drinking. It's strange because when I am sober I am the complete opposite. Not impulsive at all... Actually, I'm really withdrawn, shy and never really ever take any risks. After a few drinks I feel more free and it's great, but I always just take it too far
  6. It's near impossible to be friends with an ex if you guys were really serious - especially if you weren't JUST friends beforehand. There will always be a sense of jealousy and it just never seems to work out!
  7. It might feel like it's the end of the world now, but trust me that will fade. The break up with the first person that you've been in love with is always a killer, and they don't ever really get much easier especially if you still love them when it's over (trust me, he's might be your first love but there will be another. Maybe even many others) . Everything that you're going through right now is completely normal, and it's okay to let yourself be upset and grieve the relationship. It might be the hardest thing right now, especially because you're so used to having them in your life but
  8. I'm not really sure where to even begin, but I think I'm starting to get a drinking problem. I don't drink every day and I don't crave it, but I do go out for drinks at least once a week. See the thing is, I don't just have a few drinks. I drink so much that I am not in control of my actions and I do really stupid . It's like I just don't know when to stop and the amount of alcohol that I actually consume is ridiculously high and whenever I'm really drunk I always intentionally make bad decisions, especially with boys. I sleep around and I have gotten with people that I'm not even into at all
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