does your happiness depend on somebody else being with you,, or not?
In this post I talk about the aftermath of losing the man I loved.
One of the best things about this site is that there are so many people willing to share advice, thoughts and ideas.Users write a blog or a question in the forums with a problem and other users read it and give advice. Recently, sophia67 wrote a blog looking for just that sort of advice. Knock3xz responded with heartfelt advice that came from her own experience: ...I strongly suggest that you learn to take control of your own life. Get counseling, get yourself a good therapist, it works wonders. I did, and just the fact I had someone to talk to who didn't judge me. And would never utter a word about what we talked about to anyone gave me believiable strength, and courage.
Why men can't make their own decisions in their relationships instead of their parents doing it for them?
Elizabeth Edwards believed she was the kind of wife who wouldn't be cheated on. What kind of wife is the kind who gets cheated on?
itss actually just a quote that I found funny from a movie...I think itss called "Ghost of Girlfriends Past"
The ramblings of a raving ol' woman
i believe that life is a test as it is a gift, people can make a huge deal out of the small and simple things, making their own lives complicated. There's a few quotes and phrases that apply to my points of view. 1) There is always a way out for those clever enough to find it. 2) Dont ever give up, giving up is for winps, never lose your faith and trust your instincs because the only thing standing between failure and success is you!. 3) no one in this world can hurt me or bring me down, because no one knows me better than myself.
My last few posts were some of my more melancholy emotions shining through. Recently, I've been rediscovering myself. That's odd to say being eighteen years of age and all but the truth is, I've gone through it a lot. I was sitting outside with my guy friend and girl friend and he said something about this woman passing by. And out loud I said "Yeah. You're right. That's scary"