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  1. I don't think you're "healed" yet, I think you just miss her and wants to know what she's up to.
  2. My aunt is a stay-at-home mom and she babysits her friends' kids or friends' friends' kids to make some extra $$$.
  3. I'm not an expert, but I would think that if you're losing weight consistently a little by little, then it should give your skin enough time to get back in place. Plus, you are only in your 20's, so I would think that you're skin still has pretty good elasticity.
  4. If he's at least 21, I would recommend drinking a glass of wine before bed. It has always helped me . . .
  5. I don't want to sound to pessimistic but if you're having doubts already then I would say that LDR is probably not for you. I went through the same thing a couple of years ago with my ex-bf and I ended up breaking up with him (we lived 6 hours apart). Maintaining a LDR is serious hardwork and not to mention that it can be a drain on your bank account if you are planning on visiting each other often.
  6. You can't be friends unless you are at a place where you are completely over him. Meaning, if you ever see or hear about him dating a new girlfriend, that you won't be having a hearche just thinking about it . . .
  7. If you really think it will make you feel better about it, then I'd say go for it! I had the same dilemma as you a couple of months ago when my ex broke up with me out of the blue. I was so shocked that I didn't get a chance to say everything I wanted to say that night so I decided to send him an email. And you know what, it made me feel a lot better afterwards because I was able to get everything off my chest and I felt like that was MY closure. Just make sure your letter sounds calm, composed and professional, and not pathetic, sappy or angry. Because the last thing you want to do is make yourself look like a bitter and psychotic ex . . .
  8. I want to make my arms look more lean and toned. To get your arms like that I heard that you should stick with lighter weights with more reps. I started doing some light lifting about two years and the frequency is off and on. I had a trainer for about a year during that period but got rid of him once our contract was up. I noticed that my arms feel more muscular than before, but I also noticed that they look "bulkier" than before which is what I don't want. I don't think the weights I lift are too heavy, so I don't understand why my arms are getting so bulky. What is a good weight range for the reps and how often should you be lifting in order to achieve the toned look??
  9. Um, I personally don't get turned on when my ex-boyfriends tried to play with them. In fact, I don't like it at all.
  10. I was in some what of a similar situation as you. My ex broke up with me out of the blue back in Nov. and we kepted limited contact until new years when he asked if we can get back together. I was scared that he's going to hurt me again so I told him that I can't trust him. Although we never "officially" got back together, we still hung out and did the same exact things that we did before. After about a month I decided that I'm ready to get back with him and I had a talk with him. This time, HE was the hesitant one. He told me that he had gotten too "comfortable" with our current status that he'd rather just stay the way we were. That to me, meant that he wanted to have the benefits of being in a relationship, but without the responsibility. And he even admitted to me that he was not sure if he's ready to commit to me 100%. So that was the breaking point for me and I had to end things in order to look out for myself. I can't be with someone who can't decide on whether or not they want to be with me, I don't have time for that. Maybe you'll have better luck than me. But I would advice you to just give her time, let her try to figure things out while you still keep on the lookout for other potentials.
  11. It's ok, I just finally broke it off with my ex a couple of days ago so I will be alone today too! Happy Valentine's day to you too!
  12. Yeah that kind of happened to me too two years into my previous relationship. ARe you currently on birth control? I heard that might affect your sex drive. If not, maybe you're just bored . . . try doing some new things to spice it up.
  13. I think it may be a yeast infection but you might just want to go to a gyno to be safe . . .
  14. Hmmm I personally feel weird receiving a V Day card from someone I'm not very familiar with, let alone being asked out on a V Day date. If I were you I'd wait til after V Day to ask her out for coffee or something.
  15. I think that if she really is interested in you, that she would've said "yes" to you already the first time you asked her out. If I were you I'd ask her again and if she still doesn't give you a definite answer then I'd say it's time to move on.
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