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I totally feel for the long distance relationships. I live an hour away from my BF, and we've known each other since we were about 5 1/2 years old. That's a really long time, and we've changed over the years. He's turned into a bit of a teenage prankster with his gang, and I'm all for drama club and music. The only thing that''s getting to me is that I haven't told him a really deadly secret that I don't want to burden him with. I have Asperger Syndrome, a form of autism. This makes me think in a very straightforward, logic, "do this or the world will end", black and white thinking. And you thought your world was about to explode! What I have is permanent. I was born with it. I'm not physically defected, just acting and thinking way abnormal. I just don't know whether to tell my BF about this or not. And it's even harder with our long distance relationship.
by bluepuzzlepiece on 1/23/2011 1:20:08 PM
(srry wrong button my ques continued) another girl i really wnt him bak!!!! WHAT DO I DO !?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
by boy crazy<3 on 1/21/2011 9:32:44 PM
ok so last year i liked this guy and he said he had trust issues and shared why. we were pretty good friends and then my friend told him i liked him. he said that he wasn't "ready for a girlfriend" at the time. things kind of got awkward between us after that and he stopped talking to me as much. but this year he's in my history class and we're friends again. he's really friendly to me and gives me high fives and talks to me all the time, but he does that to other people too. my friend says she thinks we flirt & sometimes i catch him looking at me in history or p.e., but what if it's just a coincidence? i really like him but i'm afraid to say something because i don't want to lose him as a friend like last time. i don't know what to do!!
by shineyourlife on 1/20/2011 6:59:13 PM
by tor626 on 1/20/2011 3:54:40 PM
Long story short. I have a crush on my bgf's bro and he's a freshman. (he's about a year older than me). Problem is, I really like him and it's like he's sending me mixed signals. Like for example one time I was at his house and he was playing his guitar and he said he was "serenading" me. And at my b-day party he came up and held my hand for a few secs while we were ice skating. He also hugs me whenever I see him and, sometimes he stares at me, but even his parents say that I'm obvious. I don't know if he's playing around, or if he's too shy to ask me out.... PLEASE HELP!!!! Thank you
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