• How do i know if a breakup is sincere?

    Best answer: The breakup is more about him than about you. You could be doing everything right but it won't matter because it's the wrong situation. He is crying out of guilt because he respects you and knows you have put in effort. When someone says they have fallen out of love, take it seriously and leave asap. Sticking around will make you... show more
    Best answer: The breakup is more about him than about you. You could be doing everything right but it won't matter because it's the wrong situation. He is crying out of guilt because he respects you and knows you have put in effort. When someone says they have fallen out of love, take it seriously and leave asap. Sticking around will make you lose your self-respect and confidence.
    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • In need of advice(Relationship)?

    Best answer: I'm not sure what the problem is that needs advice. UPDATE: I don't know if he's throwing out hints about the present moment but he seems to look forward to being a father.
    Best answer: I'm not sure what the problem is that needs advice. UPDATE: I don't know if he's throwing out hints about the present moment but he seems to look forward to being a father.
    1 answer · Other - Family & Relationships · 6 years ago
  • What should i say to this guy that upset me..... ?

    Best answer: He isn't going to be convinced of anything. He told you what he was: a player and a user. He has no interest in niceness, sweetness, beauty, personality, none of that. He told you so. The best way to torment him would be to have zero contact with him in any form. He is very vain and would feel slighted. But if you pay any attention to... show more
    Best answer: He isn't going to be convinced of anything. He told you what he was: a player and a user. He has no interest in niceness, sweetness, beauty, personality, none of that. He told you so. The best way to torment him would be to have zero contact with him in any form. He is very vain and would feel slighted. But if you pay any attention to him, you've given him an ego boost. It doesn't matter if you tell him off, insult him, whatever -- he will like it.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 1 decade ago
  • Idk what to do or what to say anymore any ideas ?

    Best answer: If he's angry and hurt, there's no way he's going to enthusiastically fulfill your need for reassurance. Don't take what he said so literally--he's upset and not thinking as usual. I don't know whether he had grounds for his resentment, or whether he's irrationally jealous. Generally you can end fighting by taking sincere responsibility... show more
    Best answer: If he's angry and hurt, there's no way he's going to enthusiastically fulfill your need for reassurance. Don't take what he said so literally--he's upset and not thinking as usual. I don't know whether he had grounds for his resentment, or whether he's irrationally jealous. Generally you can end fighting by taking sincere responsibility for whatever you did that hurt the other person. Then they feel better and less angry. However, if he's irrational or has to be 100% right all the time, you're going to have to take more responsibility than is actually necessary. That is, if you think he's worth it. But this isn't going to blow over by your defending yourself. If you're doing that, stop.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 1 decade ago
  • How can you get a guy to come out of his shell?

    Best answer: Accept him as he is, don't try to force him out, and then he'll feel safe and come out on his own.
    Best answer: Accept him as he is, don't try to force him out, and then he'll feel safe and come out on his own.
    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 decade ago
  • How long will she stay mad?

    Best answer: You can't expect her to be all smiles after this incident. You could have been arrested, I suppose she liked you enough not to call the police. Honestly assess the damage you just did to the friendship and think about how it could be repaired. It's not going to happen automatically as others have told you. And yes, she has to... show more
    Best answer: You can't expect her to be all smiles after this incident. You could have been arrested, I suppose she liked you enough not to call the police. Honestly assess the damage you just did to the friendship and think about how it could be repaired. It's not going to happen automatically as others have told you. And yes, she has to take responsibility for attacking you as well. UPDATE: A gift is meaningless here. What she will appreciate is your making an appointment to see a counselor because you never want to lay hands on her again, and you never want to call her names again. So you're getting help.
    2 answers · Friends · 1 decade ago
  • HELP my parents turned into RACIST! ?

    Best answer: I think the hand-holding was the real problem.
    Best answer: I think the hand-holding was the real problem.
    9 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 1 decade ago
  • How do I take an insult to my music playing?

    Best answer: You cannot let the opinions of spoiled brats affect you. All your life, you'll be hearing crap from people. This is a great time to start tuning it out. She doesn't like your playing, well, too bad. You're not kicked out, so you will play and she will suck it up. All her complaining won't change the fact that you are there to play and... show more
    Best answer: You cannot let the opinions of spoiled brats affect you. All your life, you'll be hearing crap from people. This is a great time to start tuning it out. She doesn't like your playing, well, too bad. You're not kicked out, so you will play and she will suck it up. All her complaining won't change the fact that you are there to play and that's what you're doing. Basically, she needs to shut up but probably won't because this is her personality. Just play your instrument, have a good time, and don't let this idiot spoil your day. Seriously.
    2 answers · Friends · 1 decade ago
  • Should I let go of high school friendships

    Best answer: You can be friends with them on a different basis. Now they are "my old high school friends" rather than, "my buds". And I wouldn't bother about the birthday party; it's not important in the great scheme of things.
    Best answer: You can be friends with them on a different basis. Now they are "my old high school friends" rather than, "my buds". And I wouldn't bother about the birthday party; it's not important in the great scheme of things.
    13 answers · Friends · 1 decade ago
  • How do I handle a good friend who is always in a financial "pitty party"?

    Best answer: Childish? I wouldn't want to spend five minutes with this woman. She's envious, nasty, and makes ugly little digs. Who needs it. I'm sure she has some good qualities, but I simply can't listen to this kind of crap. Also, I would have lost respect for her a long time ago because of her immature financial behavior. show more
    Best answer: Childish? I wouldn't want to spend five minutes with this woman. She's envious, nasty, and makes ugly little digs. Who needs it. I'm sure she has some good qualities, but I simply can't listen to this kind of crap. Also, I would have lost respect for her a long time ago because of her immature financial behavior.
    2 answers · Friends · 1 decade ago
  • Sooo confused, help ?

    Best answer: Saying "hi" isn't a major commitment, it's just politeness. So I would definitely say "hi" to her if I see her. You don't have to be a good friend, you can be a friendly sports colleague and that's it.
    Best answer: Saying "hi" isn't a major commitment, it's just politeness. So I would definitely say "hi" to her if I see her. You don't have to be a good friend, you can be a friendly sports colleague and that's it.
    2 answers · Friends · 1 decade ago
  • What should I do about her??

    Best answer: If she seriously disliked you, she wouldn't sit with your group. So I suspect that she doesn't dislike you. Maybe she feels uninterested in you or envies you slightly. Obviously, you've done nothing to her, so it's not your issue. Just keep being nice to her and she'll probably come around. Don't worry, it's really she who is taking a... show more
    Best answer: If she seriously disliked you, she wouldn't sit with your group. So I suspect that she doesn't dislike you. Maybe she feels uninterested in you or envies you slightly. Obviously, you've done nothing to her, so it's not your issue. Just keep being nice to her and she'll probably come around. Don't worry, it's really she who is taking a risk, not you.
    1 answer · Friends · 1 decade ago
  • What to do about this "Friend"?

    Best answer: If she's abusive, then she needs to learn that this is intolerable and she'll be shunned. That's the sad fact. She's not going to survive in college or at a job if she's kicking and hitting people. I would hope that your mother doesn't want you kicked by her. Your friends can warn her that she's on probation and if she does anything... show more
    Best answer: If she's abusive, then she needs to learn that this is intolerable and she'll be shunned. That's the sad fact. She's not going to survive in college or at a job if she's kicking and hitting people. I would hope that your mother doesn't want you kicked by her. Your friends can warn her that she's on probation and if she does anything abusive, that's it. So she's been warned and it will be her responsibility to behave in a socially acceptable way.
    3 answers · Friends · 1 decade ago
  • How can I get my ex boyfriend back?

    Best answer: It sounds like he made an extreme statement based on enormous pressure from his job and school. Possibly he felt stretched to the limit, overwhelmed by work, and didn't know how to juggle work and a relationship. Let him know that you understand he's under enormous pressure and that many couples deal with this; and maybe you two... show more
    Best answer: It sounds like he made an extreme statement based on enormous pressure from his job and school. Possibly he felt stretched to the limit, overwhelmed by work, and didn't know how to juggle work and a relationship. Let him know that you understand he's under enormous pressure and that many couples deal with this; and maybe you two can find a way to do it. It sounds like he doesn't want to break up but he's kind of desperate.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 6 years ago
  • Confusing situation?

    Best answer: Your boyfriend needs to stop blaming you for things beyond your control. And he's acting like a six-year-old. Do nothing. He owes you an apology.
    Best answer: Your boyfriend needs to stop blaming you for things beyond your control. And he's acting like a six-year-old. Do nothing. He owes you an apology.
    7 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 decade ago
  • Guys ... Is what he did wrong?

    Best answer: If you want someone faithful and exclusive only to you, he isn't the guy. You will be just one more girl he f*d. Sorry.
    Best answer: If you want someone faithful and exclusive only to you, he isn't the guy. You will be just one more girl he f*d. Sorry.
    4 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 decade ago
  • Any ideas that could cheer me up?

    Best answer: Buy yourself a present. Exercise. Do activities that the friend would have disliked.
    Best answer: Buy yourself a present. Exercise. Do activities that the friend would have disliked.
    1 answer · Friends · 6 years ago
  • Confusing male behavior, why is he acting like this?

    Best answer: Unless B has said that he is ready for a commitment, it doesn't mean anything. Start telling him what you want and see if there's a mutuality. Mind reading never works. Good luck.
    Best answer: Unless B has said that he is ready for a commitment, it doesn't mean anything. Start telling him what you want and see if there's a mutuality. Mind reading never works. Good luck.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 1 decade ago
  • Taking a break.... Men pls. i need your advice. HELP?

    Best answer: He was extremely sick of fighting, couldn't take it anymore, and simply had to get away from you. There was no break up (yet). And this relationship is unstable because he takes drugs, and you get hysterical. If he told his friend he broke up with you, that is not a good sign. If you want to be with him, you will probably have to accept... show more
    Best answer: He was extremely sick of fighting, couldn't take it anymore, and simply had to get away from you. There was no break up (yet). And this relationship is unstable because he takes drugs, and you get hysterical. If he told his friend he broke up with you, that is not a good sign. If you want to be with him, you will probably have to accept his drugs and not nag him. That's the price you will pay.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 1 decade ago
  • Do my dreams mean anything?

    Best answer: These are messages from your unconscious, processing the drama of this friendship. In the dream, a lot of negativity is being healed internally. It does *not* mean that your friend has changed or that you should talk to her. It's only about your internal processing/healing that is going on.
    Best answer: These are messages from your unconscious, processing the drama of this friendship. In the dream, a lot of negativity is being healed internally. It does *not* mean that your friend has changed or that you should talk to her. It's only about your internal processing/healing that is going on.
    5 answers · Friends · 1 decade ago