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Thank you so much, Jordan! And yes, I will!
No problem, chica Jordan S.
by squizzcute on 6/13/2012 11:02:59 PM
MOD!!!! PLEASE ANSWER ME, MOD, PLEASE!!!!
Okay, so I had to wear these super painful shoes for my uncle's wedding. I got a huge blister on my heel, it popped, and bled like crazy during the wedding. 4 days later, my heel is black, and I can't put my foot down on the ground all the way or else my heel rips open and starts bleeding again. What should I do? Should I go to a doc or something? Please, I really need your help.
I think you should definitely get to the doc! It sounds to me like a blood blister, which isn't much to worry about apart from being a nuisance, but I'm not an expert like a doctor would be. Jordan S.
by squizzcute on 6/13/2012 10:56:58 PM
Poor girl this guy doesn't deserve you girlie!
by BabyDahl13 on 6/13/2012 10:46:08 PM
hey if anybody needs advice feel free to post on my profile and ill get back to you asap
by maddysadvice on 6/13/2012 8:20:32 PM
My mom doesn't take my sport seriously. I've been playing volleyball for nearly 2 years, and I'm going to go out for my highschool's JV team next year. I eat, sleep, and breathe volleyball, and I'm always trying to play my hardest. The thing is, I don't think my mom takes it seriously. She's never supported me, and she doesn't get that to practice serves well (I'm working on ym overhand), you need a net to see if they're gonna go over or not. She doesn't get why I can't just practice in our backyard, which is full of hills, holes, and little divits everywhere. So you cant put a volleyball net out there, and I've spranied my ankle three times trying to practice out there. I've confronted my mom on how it seems like she doesn't take my dedication seriously, and she claims that she does. But she doesn't understand what I need to practice. She's made me miss three practices in a row because she didn't feel like it. What can I do to make her take me seriously?
You're going to have to sit her down and have a real conversation with her about it. Let her know how she makes you feel when she acts like she doesn't care, and then if she tries to say she does, give examples. Bring your dad into it if you're really worried. Jordan S.
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