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    nesh2007

    I believe that any form of corporal punishment (spanking, hitting, slapping, etc) is wrong and can escalate to abuse. Studies have shown that the use of physical punishment can cause children to be violent (since they are hit at home, they may think it's okay to hit other kids to get their way), and can cause other serious issues. It can also lead to resentment and fear.Also, I don't believe in the use of harness for children. THEY ARE NOT DOGS!You can disagree if you want, but this is how I feel.

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    nesh2007

    Another way to prolong it is to watch TV or a movie, as that will create a distraction and may make you lose the erection temporarily. Then, go at it again. Don't watch a sex or porn scene because that will defeat the purpose as it will arouse you further.

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    nesh2007

    I have a friend of mine who has a serious weight problem. He is 19 years old and about 5'9". He appears to be close to or above 200 pounds.He told me that he drinks water, which is good. He also exercises regularly at the college's Wellness Center. However, his food choices are unhealthy. For example, he will buy two pieces of pizza, a soda, and some form of fried chicken (popcorn chicken, nuggets, strips). He won't go near the apples, oranges, bananas, pineapple bits, granola bars, or anything healthy.Even worse, when we go out to eat, he will order boneless buffalo wings. This is unhealthy for him because it is FRIED! I will admit, while they are delicious, they are loaded with fat and cholesterol.Another problem with him is that he only eats TWO meals a day as opposed to the recommended THREE. Skipping meals is unhealthy and can actually make someone GAIN weight because hunger kicks in.I used to warn him when he was thinking of getting something fried, and he would just get mad at me, and ignore my advice.We are very close friends, and have been for almost eight years. I know he wants to lose weight, but I see on a regular basis that he does not have healthy eating habits.I want him to understand what he is doing wrong, but I don't want to lose him as a friend. I also don't want him to die from it. He already has high blood pressure. I don't want his unhealthy eating habits to kill him. We care for each other, and I don't know what I would do without him. He is my best friend.How could I help him understand the error of his ways without annoying him?

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    nesh2007

    It's not wrong to want to do it, but it's wrong to actually do it. You can have fantasies about it or anything else. It doesn't matter what you fantasize about because it's all in your head. It's acting on your fantasies that can be right or wrong.

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    nesh2007

    Originally Posted By: cooldawg2I was really nervous of missing, but I nailed her lips dead on. I didn't blush or anything though. A lot of us worry about our first kiss.

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    nesh2007

    Hey, it happened to me, and I'm curious if anyone else had the same experience. This site is for asking questions and advice.

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    nesh2007

    For those of you who had your first kiss, did you blush? Were you nervous?I wasn't nervous, but I was very happy and I blushed a lot! My face also felt hot.

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    nesh2007

    Thank you for your advice. I reviewed everyone's advice and I decided that I'm staying with my girlfriend. I have also decided that I am going to express my concerns with her.

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    nesh2007

    Some points I want to make that were unknown or misinterpreted:

    Her and I were friends for a while before we started our relationship

    I was unaware of the epilepsy, I didn't find out until about two months into our relationship

    I can't be in the house alone with her because of the epilepsy because my mom (I'm 18) doesn't want me to get too nervous if she has a seizure

    I have told her twice about the change situation. Maybe I should express my concern again, but stronger than before.

    I'm not questioning my relationship JUST because of her epilepsy

    I would also like to thank the members who posted advice for me. I'll try to be more tolerant, but I'll be firm with her when it comes to getting too carried away with jokes.

    If anyone else wishes to give advice, please read my first post completely.

    Thanks again to everyone who contributed!

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