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Stick it to stress--and get fit while you're at it!

Being stressed out is the worst. You feel gross, you’re cranky, and to top it all off, your face is joining in on the madness...
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Pretty soon my sport that i play will be over :/ what are some good things to do or trying during the off season that will keep me in shape??




Hey girl, I'm a big fan of jogging. Try a 30 minute jog every other day around your neighborhood. It'll keep your cardio up and requires only sneakers!

xoxo 
Alyssa B.

by niccer13 on 10/15/2012 8:52:46 PM

 
 



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I'm 15 and my boyfriend is 16. We've been together for 8 months, 2 months ago his parents both died, and the feeling is still very raw for him. We're very close and together a lot. Today I got beat up pretty badly in first period at school. Then at lunch my boyfriend was asking me if I was feeling ok (I'm always quiet, but I guess he noticed). I said I was fine because I didn't want to worry him more than he already is, but I'm in a lot of pain (more mental) from the beating and feel like I need to talk to him about it. I don't know if I can hold it in, I feel like I need to let it out and have somebody listen (I'm not close with family and never had friends).
Do you think it's ok to tell him about it under the circumstances he's in? Should I tell him?
Thank you




Hey girl, yes, I think you should be comfortable telling him and other adults too. What happened to you wasn't right and you shouldn't have to go through it alone. Boyfriends and girlfriends especially support each other. Don't forget to give him the opportunity to support you, too. (And should this beating up continue, tell a teacher or a guidance counselor if you don't now. What's happening to you is beyond just wrong morally; it's against school rules and is putting your safety at risk.)

xoxo 
Alyssa B.

by mermaidrainbow049 on 10/15/2012 8:10:43 PM

 
 



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hey do u think an old spring mattress will work knstead of a punching bag? thnx xox




Hey girl, I don't think it'd be the best. The springs may end up coming out if you go at it too hard and they made hurt. Punching bags are firmer and made from materials built for those exercises.

xoxo 
Alyssa B.

by briana13 on 10/15/2012 6:55:08 PM

 
 



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I have huge puffy bags under my eyes that never go away no matter what I do. They make me look tired all the time and ugly Frown Any solutions?




Hey girl, getting rid of bags starts first with getting enough sleep. Be sure to get at least eight hours each night. From there, you can always use concealer to reduce their appearance.

xoxo 
Alyssa B.

by YouCanCallMeCat on 10/15/2012 5:43:38 PM

 
 



Mod mod mod!!! HELP MOD MOD MOD!!
i need help. contact me soon on my profile i dnt wanna put this publicly




Think you can ask your question on here, i will be sure to delete your question as soon as you post it! 
mailyse f.

by pinklol56 on 10/15/2012 4:35:11 PM

 
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