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  • Birthday 09/06/1987

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  1. It sounds fine to me. I do a lot of over-analyzing myself, but I'd say just press onward, it looks good from here.
  2. We decided to have sex after 11 months. The relationship went on to last another two years.
  3. Fell in love with a girl, dated her for 11 months, decided we wanted to love each other in a new way. No regrets!
  4. I was extremely depressed for 3 semesters at an extremely prestigious school (talking upper Ivy League, here). I told my parents that I simply could not take it anymore, the academics were good I guess but the atmosphere was horrible and I was in total social isolation. They were very supportive. I took a semester off to figure out what the hell I wanted to do. I worked for a bit (I'm an SAT teacher), made some money, recovered, went to therapy, changed medicines, and transferred schools. Now I'm in New York, and although I still am wrestling with some significant problems, I am WORLDS away from the black pit of despair I was in at my old school. The bottom line is that hopefully your parents will understand you need to do what you need to do. Don't worry about what everyone else will think, screw them. You should go back to some school if you think you can stomach it because of the doors it opens, but in the meantime, who cares what the peanut gallery will say? woot 100 posts
  5. Well, I don't want to belabor the point, but I meant mistake in the more serious way as in "sin" or "moral transgression" not as in "ooops, I just made a mistake" like an accident. I still believe that people can regret their past failures and make up for them so my only point is that in certain circumstances I might be willing to give a cheater a second chance.
  6. Well if someone truly feels sorry for their mistake and will do everything to not repeat it, depending on the circumstances I would definitely consider giving a second chance. People can change.
  7. Yeah I figured. Thanks guys.
  8. I invited a girl out to lunch. She told me she'd get back to me, and after a few days passed she thanked me for my offer but told me she was in "a weird place right now." Do I give up? What's the deal with the whole "playing hard to get" thing? Should I keep going for it?
  9. If they have been cheating on you since day one or aren't sorry, just ignore them. They're not worth your time.
  10. Why I never expect anything/look for anything at clubs.
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