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  1. I wasn't really looking to fix her issues, just understand why she's teasing so harshly. I didn't appreciate her calling me a child, especially in front of him and their parents. And honestly, I don't want it to be this big mystery or secret. I'm ok with being open about it. Her brother is the one who wants to keep it quiet. I don't want to overstep his boundary by saying more than he was comfortable with his sister knowing. I'm not interested in sharing every little detail with her like she may want, but if she knew it was happening, I don't think that would be a bad thing either. I will try
  2. Thanks for the advice, Wiseman2. I think that I will have the talk with him about if he's interested in dating. I just want to wait for the right time. I've been reading that if you do it too soon, it can "spook" people away. I'm not sure how true that is, but I still think I should feel it all out before jumping in with the question. I plan to go to my dr soon to be sure that I am being safe. The last thing I want is an unplanned pregnancy or STD. When it comes to my friend, I'm not sure if you read my replies to SherrySher, but I went into a bit more detail about what I'm experiencin
  3. I wasn't sure if I was just being dramatic, but her comments had been causing me some stress. I'm glad you mentioned this. Next time she makes a comment, I think that I'll politely discuss with her why they're inappropriate. Maybe I can get her to actually open up about what her problem is about it so we can move passed it. Obviously, she is having some sort of issue. I think all of the comments is what's making me feel pressured to tell her. Up until now, she has been a wonderful friend to me. It kind of hurts that she's been acting so strange which is why I'd like to understand what she's so
  4. She definitely can be pushy at times, but I still find her to be one of the best and most loyal friends that I have ever met. Maybe I have low standards because I have not always had the best people in my life but so far she has been the best despite her pushy and somewhat over dramatic personality. When it comes to if I can relate to my friends, I think that I do enjoy their company. I don't mind crude humor in the slightest. And my friend and I are very a like in our humor. I just never had much to contribute to when it came to personal stories for obvious reasons. But honestly, for the firs
  5. I realize that getting involved with my friends brother could potentially cause things to be awkward. I knew this going in to it and I still chose to do it. I'll just have to accept the consequences if they should arise. I also worry about how he would feel if she found out because he really doesn't seem to want her involved. But she has been persistently asking the both of us about it. The other day I went to their parents house for a BBQ and she was dropping little jokes and watched us whenever she left a room. We were trying so hard to not look suspicious because it was not the time nor the
  6. I'm 21 and my friends are 23-25. They're a very rowdy bunch and I think they just find it funny to be vulgar and talk about these things in a ridiculous amount of detail. They don't find it weird or unusual. I think she's just a nosey person in general. If she wants to find something out, she will. I've watched her play detective hundreds of times, which is why I think I feel so nervous about my situation. If she's going to find out, I would want it to be from me then someone else. I don't want her to accuse me of sneaking around. I am interested in dating, but I think I would still be int
  7. Thank you for the response. I guess I feel the need to tell her because she brings it up all the time. She wants to know if its happening and I feel like keeping it a secret is lying. Also whenever we have girls night with our other friends, all they talk about is sex. I don't have an issue with it, but I feel like they're so open about it, they expect me to be too. I really wouldn't have an issue being open about it, if it wasn't for the fact that it's her brother. When it comes to talking to him about my feelings, I guess I'm just afraid. I'm the type to bottle things up because I feel l
  8. This is my first post. I'm experiencing two dilemmas right now. I've been feeling very alone lately as I feel I can't speak to my friends about something that has been happening to me. I'm in my early 20's and I've never had a boyfriend. I was always very scared and didn't feel it was necessary to date or do sexual stuff. I used to wonder if I was asexual. Recently my best friends brother has been reaching out to me. He is in his late 20's and several years older than me. We have a few things in common and I really enjoy talking with him. He started flirting with me hard core one day and I dec
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