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    WeirdGirly

    I just talked to him about it once again. I basically told him the same thing: that he may have to wait a long time so I want to make sure he is fine with that so it doesn't become a major issue. He revealed tonight his views: that, biologically, it is a part of a relationship and if I value him, perhaps I'd consider it again. He also revealed tonight that it does bother him somewhat.. and I guess the issue is larger in his mind than I thought. He said he struggles with himself and tells himself to wait, but it gets too hard sometimes. Finally, though, I asked him if it's going to be a large issue, and he said "I don't know, but I'll try and deal with it. Everything's going to be okay."The thing is, I do want to get more physical with him. But it seems as if he wants to take a dive from making out to sex. Isn't there things in between? And if not, then I'm just not ready for it yet. He respects that, according to him. But he, being a human, obviously can't control his natural sex drive.What to do?

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    WeirdGirly

    Thank you so much for the replies.I am 17 years old. But before you stereotype me as yet another oblivious, ignorant teenager, please understand that I'm quite big on thinking things through. Looking deeply into situations rather than taking the path of “what is easiest and what feels best”. I guess I'm a bit too mature for my age? I don't really know.But as far as the topic I started, I think Ineligible got it right when he said that I fear he may only want sex from me after we get closer and closer. Ohnonotagain, I do understand everything you are talking about. However, my personal preference is to look at love with a little more emotion taken into account. I’d like to think that we grow attached to people. Whether that be for sexual reasons or not. We actually had a discussion about this last night in his car. I asked him if he values the emotional aspect of our relationship as much as the physical. As anybody would reply in the situation, he said yes. He said that both physicality and emotions were important in a relationship, and he added that he hoped I didn’t think he was looking only into the physical portions of our relationship. What do you think?

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    WeirdGirly

    I've been together with my boyfriend for over half a year. And only recently have I opened up to more physical activity. But the further we go physically, the more my boyfriend seems desperate for sex. My response is quite simple- I am not comfortable with my body enough to reach that level just yet. Don't get me wrong- my boyfriend is NOT persuading me to have sex. We just happened to talk about it. It seems, however, that the closer we get physically, the more he is focusing only on the physical aspect of our relationship. I fear that as we go further, his wanting to spend time with me simply out of care will turn into wanting to spend time with me for ass. And once two people have physically done just about everything, there is no more anticipation. I fear that as the innocence fades, so will his feelings, and he will become merely wanting physicality. I understand that all this is normal in a healthy relationship. I guess what I'm asking is whether or not I should worry. I fear his primary concern with me could shift from an emotional value to nothing more than a hormonal one. By the way- I'm not planning on having sex with him any time soon, if ever. I am just considering the fact that our physical relationship has basically sky-rocketed recently.

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    WeirdGirly

    Well, I recently got together with someone who I've liked for quite some time (and he has supposedly liked me for quite some time.) It hasn't even been one week yet, but I feel he's already getting tired of me. Is this related to hanging out every single day, maybe? Maybe we should take a couple days off and see? I don't know. But, I indirectly discovered today, that he still has slight feelings for a good friend of his. I know he would never cheat on me, but can something like this affect our relationship?

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    WeirdGirly

    Thanks, as always, Ineligible. Do you happen to know of anything else that could be a possiblity? To my understanding, dandruff doesn't itch so I've eliminated that possiblity.

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    WeirdGirly

    I have a guy friend who claims he has given his girlfriend multiple orgasms just by making out. Is this even possible?

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    WeirdGirly

    How do you get head lice? Is there other ways besides getting it from someone else? What will happen if headlice goes untreated? How do you self-inspect for lice?

    Maybe 2 weeks ago, I noticed little white dots around my scalp and dismissed them as dandruff. Well, then I began itching. Even directly after a shower, my scalp will itch. Is this necessarily lice or could it be something else?

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    WeirdGirly

    It may have very well been a panic attack, although I'm unsure. Thanks for the advice.

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    WeirdGirly

    Thank you all for the replies.

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    It appears to me to have gotten more noticeable this past year or so. I was rushed to the emergency room September of 04 for an unknown type of "attack" where my heart sped up, my breath became shallow, trembling, light-headedness. I'm not sure if that relates or not. I remember the emergency room doctor wrote something including "hypertension" without discussing it with me, and that's the closest I came to that.

    I went to my school nurse today and she took my resting heart rate and it was around 80 and she checked my blood pressure and it was normal. It's kind of odd to have a sudden change but I'll definitely keep checking often.

    Thanks again for all the information.

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    WeirdGirly

    I'm 16 years old currently.My mother has high blood pressure, as recently discovered. Today, I took my resting heart rate and it was around 100. I am aware of how bad that is, but could the fact that I'm sick play a part? I'm planning to take my resting heart rate again next week, when I'm better, and compare. I've had weird complications here and there but never really linked it to anything. Sometimes I'll feel palpatrations from walking up stairs and I can only work out for a short amount of time. I'm rather weak and my heart beats rapidly for someone my age.Could this possible be high blood pressure? Perhaps anything else? Any help would be extremely appreciated.

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