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I desperately need your help. A guy friend of mine was bullied really bad recently and I helped him through it. No body really likes him because he's socially awkward, and he overreacts to things sometimes. I have been getting to know him lately and I realized hes a nice guy. On Friday, he told me that he really liked me. At first, all I could think was ewww. But, the more I think about it, the more I might want to go out with him. I don't really have feelings for him at all though. I think I might be brainwashing myself by thinking about it all the time. Does that make sense? Should I go out with him or tell him I don't feel the same way? If I tell him no, then how can I do it without hurting his feelings?
Thanks for the help!


Hey! I think it's great that you're friends with this guy. It sounds to me like he could really use a friend, and sometimes the people who need to most attention get ignored in school. It does sound to me like you might be trying to convince yourself that you like him, that makes total sense. I've been there, and I think a lot of others have too. I think you should tell him that you like being his friend, and that you don't want to complicate your friendship by dating. What if you went out and then broke up and then you both felt weird around each other? If he gets upset with you (which would be unfair of him) give him a little space to get over it, but don't apologize for not returning his feelings. It's not mean, and you can't help it any more than he can help liking you. 

Helen S.

by beaky54321 on 2/23/2013 12:50:25 PM


My dress for my dance is black and one shouldered and it is kinda frumpy. How do i make it look younger and more age appropriate. Also what should i do for hair? and Make up? I have fair skin blonde hair and very very vlue eyes that i would like to emphasize. Nothing too dramatic or old looking please THX!!!


hey! I think adding one or two metallic accessories would be classy and fresh, nothing too over the top, like you said.  we have a bunch of ideas for side-braids on the site that i think would also look kicky and fun

A swipe of chocolate eyeshadow would give a natural look to make your blue eyes pop. Here's a tip: try a dab of white or cream eyeshadow on the inner corner of each eye for even more peeper enhancement. 

Helen S.

by kittykove2 on 2/23/2013 12:41:30 PM


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by funnybunny661 on 2/23/2013 12:05:19 PM


Hey GL chicas! Check out my club, "It's all about Fashion and Beauty!!!" We have advice for any fashion/beauty sitch. Please check it out girlies! <3 Fashion and Beauty Crew

by nazirah817 on 2/23/2013 9:26:23 AM


Omigod, that is way too much eye makeup! She doesn't look very good!

by pinklol56 on 2/23/2013 8:49:36 AM


Hello everyone! Over night I came up with a pretty cool club called "Beauty Facts" which is just a place were tips and tricks about beauty is posted and you can post some of your own beauty secrets. Hope you will join! Smile xoxo

by Chloe<3 on 2/23/2013 12:10:02 AM

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