I used to have a friend who'd constantly talk about how "self-aware" she was in the holiest of ways, admit she was insecure, selfish and destructive but she'd NEVER do anything to improve herself. She'd ask me for advice a lot of the time and I'd tell her to make a list of her life goals/things she wants to improve, to stop dating 22 year-olds (because she was only 15) and to find better coping mechanisms than hardcore drugs.
She wouldn't even try, she'd just whine about how difficult that was and cry. I swear, I had that talk with her several times a month. And not only me, she also had some great boyfriends back her up too but she'd just cheat on them.
We were fully ready to help her but the truth is, she didn't really want help.
That's not, and will never be my life.
Opinions are like assholes; everyone has one and sometimes they stink.
It was her money, I was the one who just went to physically purchase it because she was embarrassed.
I've been in school for three weeks... :(
With both, I usually just fall asleep in a contented slumber after.
I love babies sosososososososo much.
When the guy sings it sounds like he's getting ready to take a dump.
Haha. xD It actually was though. I have absolutely no shame in admitting I masturbate, I just can't afford a vibrator right now.
There's an age limit on sex toys? I just bought a vibrator for my friend the other day and I'm only 15.
Currently, I'm worried about the black mold poisoning my family has, where I'm going to live in a week and dealing with my sociopathic mother. I feel like these are important things.
I felt it was implied. I don't know, I'm in a very odd state of mind.
I hate it when people try to force their lifestyles onto others, especially when they don't even know what said lifestyle is like.
If smoking pot isn't negatively affecting your performance in other areas of your life then so what? It's not hurting anyone and it's YOUR body to choose what YOU put it in. So don't tell me what is a "better" decision for me to make, I could have diabetes for all that you know.
I'm very pro-choice though I personally could never get one. I am an extremely maternal person but my personal preference should not be a law that everyone needs to follow.
Yeah, there's nothing at all wrong with being uncomfortable with talking about it- but that still sucks. I used to be very ashamed of my sexuality because I grew up in a household where sex was never talked about and was a big taboo (Jehovah Witness household). My first few sexual encounters were awkward and shameful, I could not gather up the nerve to tell my partner what I wanted. Sometimes, I still have issues with talking about it but that can be easily overcome with a caring partner. It's a great feeling being comfortable with your body and sexuality.