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So i recently messaged a guy on a site and we have been talking. He hasn't tried to like find out any of my information or anything and I don't EVER plan on telling him any of it because i don't really truly know who he is. But he has depression issues and he told me he likes talking to me because he can himself. Should I take that as a compliment because I have a fear that maybe it's just someone who is trying to get on my good side to find me(Yeah i know paranoid but still). What should I do?
It's certainly not paranoid. That type of thing happens a lot. I can understand your wanting to be there for somebody who needs you. You have a very good start in making sure to never tell him personal information. If you want to continue talking to him though, you should try to verify whether or not he is who he says. Ask him if he'd mind making you a "sign" by asking him to take a picture with your name on his hand, or ask him to get on Skype for a few minutes one night. Jordan S.
by Taffy18 on 5/12/2012 8:08:02 PM
i have a diary to express my feelings...there's nothing wrong with that
by myfatsquirrel on 3/4/2012 6:04:13 PM
i do glogs not blogs!! they are awesome!!! ;)
by babeinblack on 3/2/2012 2:39:35 PM
I want a blog
by jmtkwalshgirl on 2/21/2012 6:54:31 PM
i blog on tumblr. tumblr is my diary of picture and words, i really need it. of corse blogs are bad in one sence, where they have a folower button, its like popularity... i have struggled with it for so long that i find having more and more folowers has only made my life worse.
by gingeriscute22 on 2/11/2012 10:43:20 AM
I agree with the blogging being therapeutic. That is why I do it and I know that is why so many of close friends do it.
Why do you think GL is so popular, we can express ourselves and talk about things we are interested in or things that we cant talk about with others. That is why I think is so important and healthy.
by luckykel on 2/6/2012 2:21:55 PM
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by Emilicious on 2/5/2012 1:00:06 AM
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by Princess Keziyah on 2/3/2012 10:54:54 AM
I do blog on Tumblr anonymously.
I feel like it's a great alternative, compared to whining on your Facebook or Twitter account, this can be a place where they can subscribe to you if they choose, or they can simply leave you alone if they don't want to read your blog.
The first four months I had it, I had no followers. And I felt completely content! I love being able to have the public view my personal (sometimes very personal) writing pieces.
Tip: Just be sure to put absolutely NOTHING personal on there, especially if you are writing personal things.
I used a standard photo from my Window's gallery for the profile picture, and I just put a quote for my bio.
I hope you all have the same awesome Net experience as me!
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