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Type that on english,please.I cant understand your answer. You tried google translate didnt you? I speak english and serbian so feel free to answer on english

UNITED STATES / MAY 3, 2016 9:30 AM EST

in response to: Ima li Srba ovdje?
You should indeed go to see your doctor or counseler at school/college as a first step. Speaking to professional and having them diagnose you is an important step to improving your well being. It is theraputic just talking to someone about it. If you need your parents to take you there, you can tell your parents that it's some other minor health thing. It took me a few years to tell my own parent and it wasn't super comfortable but it was good in the long run.

FRANCE / MAY 1, 2016 7:52 PM EST

in response to: For a few years now, I've been struggling with some mental stuff along with self harm. I hesitate to say I have depression or anxiety because I haven't been to a doctor. I'm a teen that would rather not clue my parents into what I've been going through, even though I've wanted to go to the doctor for a little while now. And I know that even after the endless internet research I've done, that self-diagnosis is still iffy. I'm just very lost, and I don't know what to do. Please leave advice.
It is difficult to answer what is fair, as it ranges from person to person. An individual may identify their actions, for example, as equal and just, however, another may interpret it as a threat or an offense to their beliefs and moral values. Personally, what i think is 'fair', broadly speaking, is to live in a world where no one has the right to take the life of others, even if it was for present criminals. To bring order and balance to the world, i would prefer them to rot in jail.

UNITED STATES / MAY 1, 2016 6:28 AM EST

in response to: What do you think is fair?
This kind of anxiety is common and it's something you can deal with. However, it's important that you do actually do something positive about it. Talk to someone you trust about this, like your friends, siblings, or school counseller. And consider speaking to a doctor, too. They will be very understanding. I think you should try to speak to your parents properly. Don't want until the middle of an argument, ask to speak to them. If you can't explain yourself, they don't know how you feel.

FRANCE / APR 28, 2016 4:48 AM EST

in response to: Does anyone ever feel like they have to 'act' to feel normal. My parents think I'm just rude and shy but sometimes talking to people and any social situations get me sickly nervous. Even today I had to stay home because I felt like I couldn't handle people today. I needed a day to be alone because class and teachers calling on me to sleak is just too nerveracking. I'm tired of hearing that it's just hormones or because I'm a teenager no one takes anything I say seriously.
First step to feeling better is realising something feels off. You've already done this so that's something you can be positive about. I would recommend speaking to a counseler at your school, doctor or a friend you trust. It will feel better sharing with someone in person. At any rate, you're not alone. Best wishes.

FRANCE / APR 24, 2016 11:32 PM EST

in response to: I think I may have depression. What are the symptoms? Has anybody experienced it and can tell me what they felt like?
Speaking of morons ...

UNITED STATES / APR 20, 2016 12:08 PM EST

in response to: Can you still get it up?
Speaking of morons ...

UNITED STATES / APR 20, 2016 12:08 PM EST

in response to: Nayarit vs. Sinaloa. Discuss.
Speaking of morons ...

UNITED STATES / APR 20, 2016 12:08 PM EST

in response to: Do you have bedbugs in your bed?
Speaking of morons ...

UNITED STATES / APR 20, 2016 8:22 AM EST

in response to: Got my period 4 years ago and havent told mom. how can i??? im toooo afraid she will tell daddy and then he will stop sticking his ćock up my ćunt because he is only attracted to prepubescent girls 😠
Depends how much you care about your course. I would attend the next lecture or class and speak to him in person, or make an appointment to see him. Tell him personal issues and apologise. Or if you don't care enough maybe you should consider dropping the course or changing if possible.

UNITED STATES / APR 18, 2016 9:21 AM EST

in response to: I skipped a lot of lectures at uni, now my tutor emailed me asking about why I didn't attend but I was just too lazy, what do I tell him?
Autism Speaks. I love that album.

UNITED STATES / APR 12, 2016 10:28 PM EST

in response to: Smiley smile is from what album?
↓autism speaks↓

UNITED STATES / APR 12, 2016 10:21 PM EST

in response to: Smiley smile is from what album?
..You're just too good to be true.. Lalala-lallalaa.. Close! I am actually weeding triffids as I speak. Oh God, for an office job...

UNITED STATES / APR 6, 2016 5:58 PM EST

in response to: And so it is... The colder water... The blowers daughter.. The Fatman (Sam) in denial... Can't take my eyes off you. I can't take my eyes of you...
Just consider it an unspeakable crime.

UNITED STATES / APR 4, 2016 12:41 PM EST

in response to: How many international laws did Thomas Dolby violate by continually and repeatedly pronounce the word space as 'Spice'?
It would likely put you in awkward situations. You have to ask yourself why you really want to talk to them. Do you feel that they are not treating you fairly, because they are seeing someone who has caused you hurt (whether that girl knew it or not)? Was your friendship that strong that it could be put back together even after you speak to them about that (because it will surely come up sooner or later)?

UNITED STATES / APR 1, 2016 6:49 PM EST

in response to: i used to be close friends with someone and that person found out that my boyfriend cheated on me with his girlfriend before they were together, ive stopped talking to him mainly because his girlfriend is that girl & i want to forget,but he was a great friend. would it be awkward/a bad idea to start talking to him again?
I've seen clips of him speaking to an audience... He be gay, but that's ok... Who am I to judge anyone's sexual preference?

UNITED STATES / MAR 24, 2016 9:01 PM EST

in response to: Anyway, I gotta go now... I'll go back 😔 to my studies... Tootle Loo... 😝
Childish speak there nasty one.

UNITED STATES / MAR 24, 2016 8:42 PM EST

in response to: So you say u love me, then ya wanna call me names! Fight, fight, fight!!!
How dare you speak to me like that? You are so immature and disrespectful I would come straight over there and show you what a real woman can do. I will take your shrivelled up thing and punish it!

UNITED STATES / MAR 20, 2016 1:35 AM EST

in response to: What is an open mix dance class?
English Speaking and Stable. Basically America but without the idiots. Serious answers please!

UNITED STATES / MAR 20, 2016 7:32 PM EST

in response to: Canada is obviously cold, with their warmest destination being similar in climate to Seattle. What stable, but also tropical, English speaking country will be well suited for the ones who don't like Trump? What country has warm, exotic islands like Hawaii and the Florida Keys, but doesn't have a president like Trump?
No its not. Good on him for speaking out cuz theres only 12 people here.

UNITED STATES / MAR 19, 2016 8:21 PM EST

in response to: "I swear to God if that bloody Lockwood design becomes the new flag, I will сunting move to Australia!" ~ A New Zealander on the country's new flag referendum. Sound familiar?
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