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Self introduction

Posted By martinasmith on Nov 28, 2012 at 12:09AM

Hi i am martina , i would like to know more about all of you ,, please guide me to know you better, i am martina a Bd manager and financial adviser at textaloan.org.uk  where you can apply for text loans

Posted By angel3 on Sep 13, 2011 at 11:52PM

rip

my relationship

Posted By sopiso on Sep 21, 2010 at 10:12AM

my relationship with my boyfriend is very strong. We are faithful and sincere towards one another. But we have also encounter many problems especially with our parents. Because i and my boyfriend is 16 this year and we are deeply in love. But his mum doesn't like me at all! she started hating me after she had an argument with my mum. But my mum toke it normal. So i and my boyfriend decided to have a secret relationship behind our parents back. It did went well but his mum in a way came to find out about us and so she called me up and yelled at me and ask me to stop talking to my boyfriend. And so, his mum toke away his phone,laptop and ban him from going out until he reaches 18. So he decided, to call me everyday for 5 minutes using the public boot  just to keep in touch and keep our relationship solid. And he also decided to use a phone without his parents knowledge. Do you think it's right? i mean he has an overprotective mum that hates me. What should i do? any ideas? I really love him a lot!

my relationship

Posted By sopiso on Sep 21, 2010 at 10:11AM

my relationship with my boyfriend is very strong. We are faithful and sincere towards one another. But we have also encounter many problems especially with our parents. Because i and my boyfriend is 16 this year and we are deeply in love. But his mum doesn't like me at all! she started hating me after she had an argument with my mum. But my mum toke it normal. So i and my boyfriend decided to have a secret relationship behind our parents back. It did went well but his mum in a way came to find out about us and so she called me up and yelled at me and ask me to stop talking to my boyfriend. And so, his mum toke away his phone,laptop and ban him from going out until he reaches 18. So he decided, to call me everyday for 5 minutes using the public boot  just to keep in touch and keep our relationship solid. And he also decided to use a phone without his parents knowledge. Do you think it's right? i mean he has an overprotective mum that hates me. What should i do? any ideas? I really love him a lot!

Big, Bold, and Beautiful...

Posted By Kmrod83 on Sep 9, 2010 at 8:55AM

Why do some men assume that because we are big girls we have self-esteem issues. As far as I can see there is a very large number of big, bold, and beautiful women in America. We are no longer the outcast. So can somebody agree with me that men need to stop feeling sorry for us before we start stepping all over there a$$es... Can the real men who can recognize a womans worth thin/thick please stand up...

need ideas

Posted By bubbles1991 on Jun 18, 2010 at 2:13PM

i've been dating this girl for a little while and she's my best friend's ex....we got together shortly after they broke up...i have not told my best friend yet...how do i tell her i'm with her ex-girlfriend with out hurting her too much?

who plays piper in charmed

Posted By rpattzruler on Dec 21, 2009 at 8:48PM

Fake Friends Vs. Real Friends: Can you tell the difference?

Posted By blondeyy on Sep 25, 2009 at 9:02AM

 

 

 

Fake Friends Vs. Real Friends: Can You Tell the Difference?

January 23, 2008 by
 
 

Amnesty Alston

Living in a world filled with deceit and betrayal makes it hard for us to trust, therefore making it even harder for us to build friendships. Every time you look up, you see backstabbing unforgivable situations going on around you, or you've probably been through it yourself.  Life is all about taking risks because nothing is guaranteed to any of us.   So, How can you tell if a 'friend' is really a friend?

 

Are you being supported or renounced? When times get rough, everyone needs someone to lean on whether it is for emotional, mental or financial support. Times are hard right now and one day this may become the case for many of us. When you go to your friend, and they immediately say no, or act as if they can't help you with whatever situation has you down, would you call that a friend? True enough, some individuals may not be in the greatest financial state to help, but what about words of encouragement, or just being there for you to be able to vent your frustrations? These two ideas involve no money, and can help just as well. If you have a true friend, they immediately try to place themselves in your shoes. They want to feel your pain and be a part of the healing process. If they tend to blow your problems off, or act as if they don't see why you feel the way you do, you might want to question them as a friend.

 

Can you trust them to be around your closest family...or boy/girlfriend? This is the one thing many of us dread....being backstabbed by your best friend. I can't tell you how many times I've seen this situation happen to others in my lifetime. It's a very painful situation to have to watch someone go through...and even more painful when you're the one going through it. When your boy/girlfriend is in the same room with your best friend and you feel like you have to set up a video camera just to be able to leave the room to go to the restroom, you might want to question them as a friend, as well as the boy/girlfriend.

 

 

 

For you Dad, although you'll never hear...

Posted By blondeyy on Sep 16, 2009 at 6:26AM

As soft winds sweep away the days

I look back on my life through a haze.

As though memories were just dreams,

Never realizing what it all means.

 

Now I know it was all in my mind;

A happy family – it was not mine.

 

The laughter in a game of catch,

A memory that shall never reattach.

 

Drawing from my father an inner strength;

And stubborn pride of equal length.

 

But then the line of fate was drawn;

As though I blinked and you were gone.

 

I found myself alone and facing the sun;

Not a woman, not a girl, a fatherless one.

 

Eyes blinded by a void inside;

Feeling as if I had died.

 

Please, Dad, today just hear my call,

I’m sorry that I dropped the ball.

 

My life is wrecked, my knees are skinned;

My emotions desperately undisciplined.

 

I can’t get up, although I try,

Please don’t be upset if I cry.

 

Though I fight a future I cannot see;

Please, Dad, say you’re still proud of me.

Be careful what you do online.

Posted By blondeyy on Sep 6, 2009 at 6:30AM

Unfortunately, in this world of Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, camera phones, texting, etc., if you let someone into your virtual world - you have "let them in" to your world. My advice falls under the "Hindsight is 20/20" cliche unfortunately. If a person doesn't want "problems" like a 'fatal attraction'-type romance, then don't open the door to it. If you open the door, you must live with the consequences unfortunately. You will be the one who has to figure out how to end it - as you opened the door and let the person in.