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by 50sfan1234 on 7/30/2012 6:37:02 PM
by kyra678 on 4/19/2012 6:03:44 PM
sometimes that really doesn't work tho
by whildchic98 on 1/21/2012 10:47:33 PM
Popularity doesn't matter that much. Its only the opinions of others that are deemed "popular" that makes you popular. If you find some true friends it doesn't matter if you are "popular" or not.
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by basketballcutie11 on 12/23/2011 5:31:30 PM
Well you don't have to be popular. Just who you are is great and if people can't accept that who cares?! I used to be like that, then that led to insecurity. Then, one day a little voice told me "BE YOU!"
by SmallStepsFirst on 12/21/2011 7:30:29 AM
Help help help mod mod mod mod mod
Okay, I found out this girl I know wants to commit suicide. We aren't friends and don't talk to each other, but it reallly freaks me out. I need help and I don't know what to do i am just so stressed and i'm a mess and i don't know what to do my parents and sibs are out of town i need help!
by orange24601 on 12/16/2011 6:02:49 PM
I have had the same problem. I just started hanging with new people. I would meet my friends, friends. Just be yourself(not trying to be like what parents do)!! ONe of my bffs we became friends by sitting by eachother in science ! Have fun and be yoursele. People will find you more likeable if you act like ur self NOT like other(they will think u r copying them)
by soccergurl77 on 11/21/2011 7:07:21 PM
Hey! You know I used to think the same exact way I always wanted to fit in any group but I realized for example your an active girl whos friendly you wont fit in with rude goth girls or groups that you dont feel comftorable around with . Sometimes in life you.gotta find your position and where you belong. Its just a way of life.,and if u feel left out dont tell yourself you dont fit in tell yourself you deserve better and should find better friends they are hard to look for but defenitely worth the hstle never give yourself a negative turndown . And its not just fitting in in life you need to find your way and where your best at if you have any questoions just feel free to let me know my username is tutorgrrl. Boost your hope and be strond emotionally!!!!! ;)) once again im here if you have questions
by Tutorgrrl on 11/20/2011 1:32:17 AM
I have a wicked simular problem. I always find myself sitting alone or with only a few other people in the lunchroom even though I have alot of friends, but most of my friends aren't friends so they don't sit with eachother and the ones that are friends are to close and they always end up in conversations without me. One of the things I have found most helpful in fixing this situation is befriending people in many different places (Science class, Drama Club, and Yearbook) this way I don't feel left out when one particular friend is ignoring me or is talking to someone else. The people you count as "freinds don't have to come over everyday after school or know all your secrets. They only have to be someoe nice that you can have fun with (even if it's only for five minutes.)
by edsnerg on 9/27/2011 8:03:37 PM
by cutiegal100 on 9/7/2011 7:44:47 PM
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