• Is formula 1 getting boring?

    I think it's pretty boring. Sebastien Vettel is a nice person and a great driver....but really....it's boring. I'm a fan of Alonso and Kimi and I hope they have a better time next season.
    I think it's pretty boring. Sebastien Vettel is a nice person and a great driver....but really....it's boring. I'm a fan of Alonso and Kimi and I hope they have a better time next season.
    9 answers · Formula One · 5 years ago
  • Suspecting girlfriend led to disaster?

    Jealousy is extremely corrosive. The object of it feels quite threatened by baseless charges that they can't refute because they are so irrational. They feel they can't trust the other person not to become irrational again, no matter how remorseful they are at the moment. Therefore you have to prove over time that you can be trusted to... show more
    Jealousy is extremely corrosive. The object of it feels quite threatened by baseless charges that they can't refute because they are so irrational. They feel they can't trust the other person not to become irrational again, no matter how remorseful they are at the moment. Therefore you have to prove over time that you can be trusted to remain rational and not overly possessive. It's not going to happen if you bombard her with communiqu├ęs. That will work against you. Back off, let the situation calm down, and never again behave like that. It's the only way.
    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • So she's trying to make me feel bad now...?

    Best answer: I don't know why she ignored Father's Day and didn't back you up with the kids. My guess is that she hoped you would forget it was Father's Day because she'd failed to plan anything. I'm also wondering if there is some resentment under the surface for various reasons. Believe it or not, some people unconsciously... show more
    Best answer: I don't know why she ignored Father's Day and didn't back you up with the kids. My guess is that she hoped you would forget it was Father's Day because she'd failed to plan anything. I'm also wondering if there is some resentment under the surface for various reasons. Believe it or not, some people unconsciously resent it when someone has really helped them. These are just guesses. She might simply be less mature than you are.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • Are there any tips for overcoming bereavement / being able to move on?

    This is a very hard situation for such a young person. my husband was in a similar situation but in his 40s. One demented parent and one with a massive stroke. he was also very close to his mom. I thought he wouldn't be able to cope without his mother but he has. this may sound simplistic, but we got our first dog and I believe that helped... show more
    This is a very hard situation for such a young person. my husband was in a similar situation but in his 40s. One demented parent and one with a massive stroke. he was also very close to his mom. I thought he wouldn't be able to cope without his mother but he has. this may sound simplistic, but we got our first dog and I believe that helped enormously. He also saw a psychotherapist. Keep telling yourself that your mom wouldn't want you to be miserable. also, I'm not sure you need to tell your father when his wife dies. I know it sounds like your duty, but perhaps it's not in his best interest to confuse and upset him. maybe talk to a therapist now to help you get through this tough time. Take care, you are a great son.
    5 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 6 years ago
  • Why didn't this guy invite me to his party?

    Best answer: He borrowed your smoke machine and then didn't invite you?? That's pretty outrageous. I hope he returns the machine. Next time charge him to rent it.
    Best answer: He borrowed your smoke machine and then didn't invite you?? That's pretty outrageous. I hope he returns the machine. Next time charge him to rent it.
    3 answers · Friends · 6 years ago
  • My gf's parents don't like me?

    I think you can understand their reaction. Just keep being nice to them.
    I think you can understand their reaction. Just keep being nice to them.
    6 answers · Friends · 6 years ago
  • What do you think about this dating situation?

    I don't see anything wrong here.
    I don't see anything wrong here.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • Have you ever experienced a time where someone greatly opposed one of your attitudes? Did this impact on you?

    Best answer: I've experienced it a million times. The impact it has is mainly annoyance and frustration.
    Best answer: I've experienced it a million times. The impact it has is mainly annoyance and frustration.
    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • Does this need some correction?

    It's good. Maybe I'd say, "Would you like to" instead of "Do you want to".
    It's good. Maybe I'd say, "Would you like to" instead of "Do you want to".
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • What can I do, What did I do, What's going on in his mind?

    Best answer: You did nothing wrong. He didn't accept your invitation, so he can't expect you to sit around for the rest of your life. Nor do you owe him a report on your activities. His feelings are his issue, no one else can control them. He may also not be feeling whatever you imagine. So first, don't feel bad about him; and second, ask... show more
    Best answer: You did nothing wrong. He didn't accept your invitation, so he can't expect you to sit around for the rest of your life. Nor do you owe him a report on your activities. His feelings are his issue, no one else can control them. He may also not be feeling whatever you imagine. So first, don't feel bad about him; and second, ask him out again if you want.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • Why is she so bitter ?

    I'm confused about why you were going to apologize to her. Assuming she's bitter may be inaccurate. Can you ask your friend what she really said? You don't have the facts yet. In any case, you already know bad things about her so a friendship with her sounds risky.
    I'm confused about why you were going to apologize to her. Assuming she's bitter may be inaccurate. Can you ask your friend what she really said? You don't have the facts yet. In any case, you already know bad things about her so a friendship with her sounds risky.
    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • Do you find this very fair, and should I press charges?

    Best answer: The peer mediators are probably incapable of dealing with this. You need someone more powerful. One thing, though. You touched him first by grabbing him, so legally you probably have no assault case. And yes, what happened is unfair. He's a bully and is being tolerated due to PC policies.
    Best answer: The peer mediators are probably incapable of dealing with this. You need someone more powerful. One thing, though. You touched him first by grabbing him, so legally you probably have no assault case. And yes, what happened is unfair. He's a bully and is being tolerated due to PC policies.
    3 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 6 years ago
  • How to get over a really hard breakup?

    When someone saves a life, ironically, they may feel under a heavy obligation and resent it. They want the person to separate from them rather than attach to them. The other person's problems are an overwhelming burden to them. They may become cold, distant, vague, evasive, etc. If this happens your best move is to transfer your dependence from... show more
    When someone saves a life, ironically, they may feel under a heavy obligation and resent it. They want the person to separate from them rather than attach to them. The other person's problems are an overwhelming burden to them. They may become cold, distant, vague, evasive, etc. If this happens your best move is to transfer your dependence from him onto a therapist who is trained to deal with it. This guy cannot deal with it. It's no one's fault, it's just how human behavior operates.
    14 answers · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • Dating advice? i change myself, please help!!?

    I'm wondering whether you are unconsciously driven to compete with these guys. If that's the case, ask yourself , "Do I really need to compete with this person? Who does it help? Can I just allow them to have their interest? Can we be two different people?"
    I'm wondering whether you are unconsciously driven to compete with these guys. If that's the case, ask yourself , "Do I really need to compete with this person? Who does it help? Can I just allow them to have their interest? Can we be two different people?"
    9 answers · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • Is it normal that I feel this way?

    Yes but don't get pregnant yet. You'd have a child to take care of 24/7. Doctor's appointments, teething, ear infections, illnesses, diarrhea, laundry, shlepping, screaming, etc. It takes an adult to deal with all the responsibilities and drudgery.
    Yes but don't get pregnant yet. You'd have a child to take care of 24/7. Doctor's appointments, teething, ear infections, illnesses, diarrhea, laundry, shlepping, screaming, etc. It takes an adult to deal with all the responsibilities and drudgery.
    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • How attracted should you be to the person you date? (A bit long, sorry!)?

    If you weren't already in a relationship I'd say give this guy a chance if he asked you out. You might find that he becomes your type. However, you are in a relationship of some sort and it's unfair to date anyone on the rebound.
    If you weren't already in a relationship I'd say give this guy a chance if he asked you out. You might find that he becomes your type. However, you are in a relationship of some sort and it's unfair to date anyone on the rebound.
    4 answers · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • She hasn't responded now for a week... What do I do now?

    I'm not sure what you told her on FB but apparently she was distracted at the time. I would ask her out again and don't worry about the timing of your request. If she is unready to date then you may have to accept that the timing is bad for her but don't blame yourself! It's not your fault.
    I'm not sure what you told her on FB but apparently she was distracted at the time. I would ask her out again and don't worry about the timing of your request. If she is unready to date then you may have to accept that the timing is bad for her but don't blame yourself! It's not your fault.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • Does she like him more than me? Or am I still the person she likes?

    It's hard to say. She treats you with a special teasing affection so she definitely likes you as a friend. At age 13 people tend to be very flighty so she may move to another guy. It would have nothing to do with you, though. It's just how 13 year olds operate.
    It's hard to say. She treats you with a special teasing affection so she definitely likes you as a friend. At age 13 people tend to be very flighty so she may move to another guy. It would have nothing to do with you, though. It's just how 13 year olds operate.
    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • Is talking too much a bad thing?

    Yes, talking too much annoys people. But it's unfair to be criticized for being quiet. You can't win with these people. Ultimately it's better to be told you're too quiet than that you talk too much, so I'd opt for quietness until you can only say a few things at a time.
    Yes, talking too much annoys people. But it's unfair to be criticized for being quiet. You can't win with these people. Ultimately it's better to be told you're too quiet than that you talk too much, so I'd opt for quietness until you can only say a few things at a time.
    4 answers · Friends · 6 years ago
  • Am I in the wrong, or was this really the right thing?

    It was more of a misdemeanor than a felony. It's only human to respond to an ex who is practically begging you for attention. And maybe you have satisfied this guy's curiosity about what went wrong (though he should know on his own). If he contacts you again, don't respond.
    It was more of a misdemeanor than a felony. It's only human to respond to an ex who is practically begging you for attention. And maybe you have satisfied this guy's curiosity about what went wrong (though he should know on his own). If he contacts you again, don't respond.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago