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September 22nd, 2013 at 5:26 pm

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  1. Hi, I’m very depressed. My depression started a few years ago when I met the love of my life. I absolutely can’t get her out of my mind. We met in college and only spent a little bit of time together before she decided to end our friendship (we never actually went out because she had a boyfriend). It’s since been five years since I’ve even talked to her and I know she doesn’t want to talk to me because I’ve tried that. But now I hear that she’s gotten engaged and had a baby, not to mention become an animal activist–all things which obviously would put even more distance between she and I’s compatibility. My question is, how long does it take to get over something like this. See the situation is even more complex because, it’s not like I haven’t tried to get over her. I have gone on dates with five other women only to constantly be reminded of her. I see her name everywhere and I’ve gone to numerous sites and read books about getting past depression and break-ups. My uncle (whose account this is by the way) is a psychiatrist and has been letting me stay with him for a while as he treats me for my depression. I just got on his account because I didn’t want to sign up for my own yahoo email because I already have enough emails. Anyways, one of the biggest things he and others have told me is that I should just allow myself to love both her as well as open up for new love. But all that has done is lead me into more depression. So now, I’m starting to think that society has it wrong. I’m starting to dwell more on hatred and anger. I find that since I can’t get back to happiness I’d rather be mad and hateful than sad and depressed. Hatred gives me energy to actually get stuff done. It seems that if I try to love her or anyone else and it starts going wrong, I start hating myself but if I counter that hate with hating her, then I no longer hate myself. It feels good. In fact, when I go on to the internet and look through blogs and comment sections and see hate I always wonder if others are doing the same thing. That’s why I’m doubting society. Is it actually healthier than we think to Hate someone or something? Should I totally embrace the hatred which I feel inside and stop trying to make myself feel happy or “get past” it? Should I try to believe in my uncle’s psychiatric treatment? Or what should I do? Because, while I haven’t done anything violent yet, I wish hateful and bad things on her and anyone who loves her and it makes me feel good, but I see so many other people who do terrible things in the name of love: mothers drowning their babies, fathers killing their entire families, children committing suicide all because they either don’t want those around them to suffer without them or in the case of suicide to suffer with them and be a continuous burden. I guess I’m really asking is does anyone else believe that since all of these people are clearly “sick” (myself included) that it would be better if they just embraced the hatred and anger they have instead of fighting it by being depressed and sad and eventually losing the battle.
    Obsession I don’t believe this is. First, let’s take a look at the world in general. How many couples or ex-couples break up but still feel something for each other long after such break up. Are we then saying that the world really has no love in it but rather is only filled with obsession. Number two, and I’m sorry I didn’t make this clear before. The break-up was bad BUT through mutual friends, I had learned that we both still had feelings for each other. We met at a weird time in her life where she was going to break-up with her boyfriend and told me everything: from past suicide attempts, to finding herself, to how she felt about her boyfriend, to sex–the only thing we didn’t talk about was whether we had feelings for each other (that only occurred after she left the friendship. Three, I have done nothing but well wishes for her over the last four years as I sought to move on, but it seems like the Universe or God or whoever has other plans. Why? Because the gi

    Taylor2k

    2 Oct 13 at 7:06 am

  2. im a really good conversator if you keep the conversation going but if its me, im bad at keeping concersations alive & starting them. any help on how i can do this?

    Ryan Z

    6 Oct 13 at 6:11 pm

  3. My standards are reasonable.He doesn’t need to be a total hunk.As long as
    he’s not too skinny or not too obese,has a sense of humour,active and can
    have fun playing sports,act just like an average teenage guy and has an adorable
    face and I can have an intelligent conversation with,he’s already attractive to me.

    However the gays I met were all fruity,about glitter,gossiping,loud and dress like
    Elton John.I don’t hate on them,I think their visibility contributed a lot to the advances
    of LGBT rights in my country. SSM has been legal for 8 years now and now we’re very
    accepted by majority of Society.HOWEVER,that doesn’t change the fact that different
    people are attracted to different things;it’s simple biology and I happen to be not
    attracted to them.I am having a difficult time finding a boy that I will also feel attracted
    to who also happens to be homosexual.

    I end up falling for straight guys a lot. Every time I fall for a guy he always turns out
    straight.It’s so frustrating.I make friends with guys online but I only seek friendship
    because most of them are not from my city and LDR’s don’t work for the most part.
    I can’t seem to find masculine gay guys in my city and I live in a city of a million+
    people.I don’t think gay bars are the best places to find a guy,I’m looking for LTR
    not just sex/sleaze.I also don’t want to use online dating,I think most guys just horny
    I am NOT going to send nudes.It will take lots of convincing before I will pull my pants
    down for a man.I MUST be totally madly in love before I will offer my body to a man.I
    hate hook-ups.

    Plus I’m only 17,not allowed in either bars or online,not that I’ll resort to them either.
    I still prefer meeting people in person.I don’t want to use dating sites,I am really not
    attracted to feminine guys and I don’t want to have to put”No Fems” on my profile for
    I think it’s really rude,I’d rather meet someone in the flesh that way we can assess
    each other’s personality,looks and interests and decide whether we are attracted to
    each other rather than use the internet where someone can put up a façade and not
    be his true self.

    Krazy Bob

    6 Oct 13 at 10:14 pm

  4. i live in ontario, and im interested in specialized police units in ontario. We have O.P.P, that have units that are emergency response units ( like S.W.A.T) I was just wondering what does it take to make it into one of these units and what kind of education needed.
    When joining a military college, would it help in getting into a specialized unit faster, and what courses should i take in college to get where i want to?

    Heath

    7 Oct 13 at 1:10 am

  5. I’m looking for a service that will, in essence, deliver Chipotle or McDonalds to my door for me.
    Cheers.

    Zanto

    11 Oct 13 at 11:13 am

  6. Any place in the internet or?
    Thank you!

    Brody S

    17 Dec 13 at 6:30 am

  7. I enjoy hearing about how people met/fell in love over the internet :) Please, tell me your love story! (this is just for fun, I find these stories so cute :)

    Erfan

    3 Feb 14 at 4:56 am

  8. I want to hear and talk about internet dating, both good and bad points. I’ve had some great, and some miserable experiences. Mostly, I don’t get to meet enough people in my area. There are so many wonderful women out there over 100 miles away, and across the country too. Many women are contacting me from Russia and China, but its real hard to have a casual coffee date with anyone more than 2 hour’s drive away, let alone a 15 hour plane flight. The internet is making the world smaller every day. But the world of “dinner and a movie” stays pretty much the same size. So, who wants to share their knowledge? I’m very open about my insights, and don’t mind discussing any details at all. I think it is healthy to be able to talk about things like this these days. Hope to get many replies. Thanks.

    xLittle21Yaox

    13 Feb 14 at 6:34 pm

  9. My best friend has been conversing with a man for 8 years. It started out online, and then progressed to texting/speaking on the telephone. They only actually met in person last week. He has already dropped the “L-word” and is discussing marriage, as well as adopting her child. He doesn’t think he’s moving too fast because of the 8 year long distance friendship. Though my friend is flattered, she’s a bit uncomfortable with the speed at which they are moving. Can a person really fall in love after only having physically met for just a week? Does anyone find this suspicious, or b/c of their internet past….is this normal?
    Please only serious answers guys. Thanks!!

    MexicanDude

    6 Mar 14 at 10:44 pm

  10. I have heard a million and one times internet friendship is only for ‘nerds’, ‘geeks’, ‘people who are sooo annoying/stupid/etc they can only meet friends online’. To me it doesn’t make any sense. I have met amazing people over the internet who are really good friends, more good to me then most people I have met in real life. Also internet dating. I can see why some people might see it as bad (rape,murder,etc). But who said love can’t be found somewhere else then your backyard?

    The whole “it’s bad” thing never seemed wrong to me. So what is most peoples deal about it?

    Ryan Dunn

    15 Mar 14 at 8:27 pm

  11. ok. i met this boy a year ago on the internet. he lives in england, and we’ve been BEST friends for the whole time. we’ve never met :( . my parents know about him too, and my mom likes him actually. dads just like… -_-. lol. he plans to come to america to visit when hes 18 and to try to become a citizen later then become a police man. we’ve sent pics to each other and i txt him sometimes (he just got a cell phone like a week ago) hes 15 im 14. so about 5 months ago, i started liking him alot! he found out… by acident (yahoo answers question hehe) he said no girl has ever liked him the way i do. but he didnt like me back yet. so about 3 months later he started liking me back.. and he asked if i would like to go out with him when he comes over… when hes 18. i sed yes of course… i’ve talked to him about a long distance relationship but he sed one of his friends tried and it didnt work and he sed tht if it didnt work it will make our friendship awkward. so anyway. i think i’m in love with him… cause he makes me feel awesome whenever i talk to him. i always want to talk to him and never get bored or tired of it. we talk EVERYday. for like… 3 hours lol. but idk if i should tell him i love him or not… would it make things awkward? when he found out i liked him he sed i can tell him anything. no matter what. he’s always there for me. should i tell him? or not?
    Thanks! :D

    jdubdoubleu7704

    18 Mar 14 at 2:56 am

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