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Middle school is turning me into a stress mess!

I started junior high this year, and I find it very overwhelming. I don’t have time for all the things I love—boys, friends, shopping, etc. What can...
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hmmm... wait till 8th grade to start stressing out, or better yet high school, theres not a lot of stress in 6th and 7th grade

by ms.jadensmith on 9/1/2011 6:45:35 PM

 
 



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i know this dosnt have to do with this article, but on saturday im gonna get my hair colored. i have fair skin, kinda red and blotchy-and hazel eyes and my natural hair color is dark dirty blonde. also if it helps my hair is about an inch over my shoulders. thnx!




You gotta decide what kind of vibe you're going for! Personally, I think I would go for a dark chestnut brown for fall. Or refresh your look with a brighter 'do by going for a golden blonde. Talk it over with your hairdresser and figure out what is best for your own skin, eyes, and visions of your new hair Smile 
Lauren C.

by BeyondHazelEyes on 9/1/2011 6:44:46 PM

 
 

I totally feel the same way! I always want to do stuff, but never get time!!!! I feel sooooo tired by the end of the day it is almost depressing!!!! I now savor my free time!!!! I <3 weekends!!!!

by Hails on 9/1/2011 6:06:49 PM

 
 

I thought middle school was stressful too when I first started, but then you get used to it. Now I am a junior in high school but I'm taking all college classes. Now THAT is stressful. Today I have to:
1. Read and annotate 50 pages in a book on politics
2. Finish reading my American history 101 Ch. 20
3. Write an essay response to the essay "A Modest Proposal"
4. Calculus homework
5. Study for my English 101 and Calculus quizzes tomorrow
6. Create a study guide for my Chem class (Everyone has an F in this class so far)
7. Study for my year III medical class test tomorrow
8. Write two letters to the student body for my writing club!
Now THAT is stressful. And this is a more relaxing day too.

by sailingintothesun on 9/1/2011 5:27:32 PM

 
 



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My mom really doesnt want me to get a boyfriend. I am 14 now and going into highschool. She thinks that it will effect my grades and pull me away from my family. I want to show her that i wont not be her little girl anymore, but if i really like a guy I dont undersand why she wouldnt want me to ho to homecomming, be the boy's girlfriend, and be happy. Do you have any idea what i should do?




Hey babe,

You should show her that you're great at managing your time and dividing it well between your schoolwork, your friends, your family, and yourself. The more mature and aware you seem to her, the more likely she'll see that you're able to handle having a boy in your life. Try to be patient while you're proving that to her and don't get upset! And as you get older and get close to a guy who respects you and treats you well, she's much more likely to come around <3
Lauren C.

by Pugglegirl1008 on 9/1/2011 5:14:48 PM

 
 

Middle school? For me, middle school was easier tham elementary when it came to ammount of homework. Now I'm in High school. Just wait 6th and 7th graders!

by cuteychica on 9/1/2011 5:02:34 PM

 
 

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I have a problem. Ok, first of all, let's call my best friend D and the guy N. I've had a crush on N since he started at my school in sixth grade. He's popular, and I never really talk to him. N has been bothering D, and she told one of the really strict teachers about it, and he got yelled at. The thing is, N isn't mean, he's just annoying. D tends to overreact, but she has a lot of bad stuff going on in her life, and she has trouble dealing with even the small things. But when I asked, none of the things she said that N did sounded all that bad. Today, I saw N looking really sad after he got yelled at, and I felt terrible. I never really talk to him (he's in a different crowd), but I want to talk to him and explain that it wasn't really his fault, or do SOMETHING. I'm not sure what to do, I just feel so terrible. And I'm worried he's going to hate me because my best friend got him in trouble. What should I do?




Hey cutie!

Go for it!  It can't hurt to be a good friend and try to help this "N" out. Who knows, maybe it'll turn into a friendship and you'll get to talk to him more often.  Just go up to him and ask what happened, and then tell him what you wanted to say.  Good uck! 
Jordan S.

by GoldenGirl113 on 9/1/2011 4:46:02 PM

 
 

:/ I totally know how that feels.. I've got some advice on that if anyone needs it!

So if you need to talk, I'm listening, because I have a lot of experience in giving advice. Feel free to drop by my advice page, by "foreverme!" (Or go to my profile and then click on the advice page from there).

Good luck girls, and have an awesome school year! Smile

by foreverme! on 9/1/2011 4:05:17 PM

 
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