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My BF dumped me for my BFF!

He used to be my BGF, too. Should I still be their friend? Help!
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Frown my bf dumped me for by best-est of friend and he is so cute and i cant even believe it he is so gonna get his butt whopped by my 2 brothers.

by ren630 on 6/24/2012 11:47:04 PM

 
 



MOD MOD MOD!!!
I'm having some relationship issues. Me and my bf have been dating for almost a year now and right now, we're going through a rough patch in our relationship. Everything was fine a few weeks ago but last week was extremely stressful for both of us which caused us to snap at each other all the time. It was the week before vacation which means we got loaded with work, we had sports right after school everyday and it was the week before opening night to our play so we had rehearsals every night of the week. We saw each other a lot but we didn't talk much cause we kept fighting every time we would talk. I thought once vacation got here, everything would be better but it's not. I feel like he never wants to talk to me or hang out with me anymore. He never makes that effort and I don't know what to do. It makes me really sad and I want to talk to him about it but I don't know how to bring it up or what to say. Any advice?

 

Hey chica!

Try to figure out what it is that's making you snap at him – is it because you're unhappy with him or the relationship, or are you doing it for no reason concerning the relationship? If it has something to do with him and the relationship, try to talk about it in a calm and loving way. To prevent it from escalating, here's a tip: Start your sentences with "I feel you're," rather than "you," so that it's less accusatory and more informative and resolution-driven. If he isn't making an effort, he probably took the fighting as a cue that you two aren't compatible. And sadly it may be true that you two aren't, so I'd suggest giving it a last try and see if he makes an effort, and ending it if it doesn't happen. <3


Krupali D.

by Sj96 on 4/18/2012 11:27:46 AM

 
 

If you and your bff like a guy neither of you should go for him. Gal pals before boy toys!!!! Need advice join my club Boy Probs 101!!

by novalesko on 4/17/2012 5:58:16 PM

 
 

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by iluvlogan on 4/11/2012 5:33:56 PM

 
 

Ouch that's hard my amiga! I DO NO LIKE UR EX-BF!!! Yes I know I may have never met him before but what kind of guy would ever do this to someone! HORRIBLE!!!! HE IS A SCUMBAG!!!!!!

by BabyDahl13 on 4/10/2012 5:54:18 PM

 
 

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I got dumped about two weeks ago, and I still really like him. He's my bff's twin brother, and I'm around him all the time. It's almost as if I like him even MORE now that we're not together anymore. I can't stop staring at him, and I'm sad all the time. I really miss being with him, and I don't know how I'll ever get over him. There are barely and guys at my school that I'd ever like, let alone go out with. I'm worried that, with no one else to pine after, I'll just be caught up o him forever. Help!

 

Focus on yourself. You don't need another boy to like. It is perfectly OK to not like anyone at all. You don't always need a boyfriend. Focus on loving yourself and doing fun stuff that makes you feel good about yourself. He's just a boy and the future is full of plenty more of them.

Amanda P.

by pinkninja64 on 4/9/2012 4:57:04 PM

 
 

Well, maybe your ex-BF and your BFF really did like each other....Frown

by fungirl123 on 4/9/2012 7:02:04 AM

 
 

Um, ouch. My BFF and I are sooooo close and I would refuse to believe that she would do that. For the time being, just stay away from your ex, he knew that that would crsh you but that didn't matter to him. Talk to your BFF. Maybe she really, honestly doesn't know how much she hurt your feelings. After you talk, if she still dates him well then if you can't take her talking about him well then ... maybe it's time you find a new BFF. Or best friend.

by Sarah510 on 4/8/2012 6:22:33 PM

 
 

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by Esparkle on 4/8/2012 5:40:24 PM

 
 

Ouch. That hurts. Frown

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by future_artist on 4/8/2012 10:59:44 AM

 
 



MOD MOD MOD!!!! so i was originally going to go on a date with my BF but my mom said i couldn't go because of my grades but i knew i could make them up and she keeps babying me and being way ovr protective with my relationship and she doesn't know how important this date was to me or my relationship is to me...so what should i do?! Also i understand these are the consequences but still...




Hey girlie,

First off, follow through on your promise to your mom to get your grades up. Work hard at school, study lots, and ask questions if you need to. If you show her you're responsible and won't let a relationship mess that up, she'll trust you a little more. Then if she still won't budge about going on the date, sit down with her and explain what he means to you. Tell her you know you're young so she's kinda skeptical, but that your BF is respectful, dedicated to school and his extracurriculars, funny, supportive, etc. Show her all his great qualities, then assure her that you're confident and mature so this relationship will go slowly and won't interfere with your other responsibilities. Basically, lay it out for her and calmly tell her how you feel. There's no guarantee she'll let you do whatever you want... but by opening up and being honest, you have a better shot of her seeing your side <3 
Lauren C.

by peace happiness on 4/8/2012 10:21:53 AM

 
 

Though we did not go out... We both liked the same guy.

by amileofroses on 4/8/2012 12:44:07 AM

 
 

I had this happen to me. I still have my BFF but I still have trust issues with her.

by amileofroses on 4/8/2012 12:43:28 AM

 
 



MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD!
My family is being torn apart. My sister is always being mean to everyone, my mom is always cursing and yelling at us, my dad is the same as my mom, my little sister it always crying cause she can't handle it. And I don't know what to do! We used to all have great relationships, and be a really loving family, but now that's all gone. I cry every night and no one cares about me anymore. I'm almost... DONE.




Hey girl,

It's tough to go through such a difficult and emotional situation, but remember you're not alone - lots of families experience rough patches like this, whether it's because of divorce, money trouble, job loss, loss of a family member, or many other reasons. It's ok to feel hopeless and sad! And it's definitely ok to cry if it feels overwhelming. First off, talk to a trusted adult about what's going on and what you're feeling. This could be a teacher, counselor, clergy person, aunt/uncle, grandparent, or friend's parent. The important thing is that you get these feelings out so you don't feel so defeated! Smile As for the family, the best thing to do is try to bond with each family member separately - schedule one-on-one time with each of them (to watch a movie with your older sis, to play video games with your younger sis, to do the dishes with your mom, to help in the yard with your dad, etc.) so you can have a quiet moment and remind each other you love/support one another. That doesn't mean it won't feel tense and they won't have stressful bad moments, but getting "together" time could give you all a break! <3
Lauren C.

by New_York_City on 4/8/2012 12:29:22 AM

 
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