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I love Teletubbies and colorful socks and I’d like to go to college on the East Coast.
My friends are tired of me complaining, my mom’s pawned me off to the sons of everyone at temple, and I’m to buying a cat, rubbing it all over my face (even though I’m allergic), and just calling it a day.
If you feel comfortable, talk about your feelings with one another.
It may just prove to be an excellent start to a relationship together.
It’s not that I’ve had so many suitors, it’s just that I thought we were friends and he kept trying to hassle me to be something more. My advice would be: don’t base your life on someone’s else’s. I think “don’t pretend to be interested in baseball when you’re not interested in baseball” is fantastic advice and also a great metaphor for life itself. Wrapping up, do you guys have any questions for me? Rachel: What’s been the best part of having a sex life. Well, it was pretty terrible until my mid-to-late twenties. We’re socialized to play into the “damsel in distress” narrative—but it’s total bullshit.
I have to say, I thought the kids today would be all about the ghost. Speaking of past selves, would advice might you give to your younger counterparts about dating? In the past, I focused way too much on, “Ooh does he like me? I was just poring through Wikipedia, looking up things to talk to him about.
It’s been absolute pleasure and seriously, you all give me hope for the next generation.
From schoolwork to growing older, to puberty and parents, teenagers have a lot of stress in their lives. I told them I was their humble student, laid bare at the hands of their expert guidance. Meet our teen experts: Alyson, Rachel, and Aaron from San Diego, California. Why don’t you start by sharing a bit about yourselves. I really enjoy writing poetry about my feelings and I’m addicted to wearing Adidas sweatpants. Rachel: I’m also 17 and go to school with Alyson and Aaron. You guys live in California, why the hell are you wearing socks? Tinder is just a bunch of people throwing themselves around. But I think this is a great time to being “doing you” at 31. I don’t want to plan my life out though, if It happens, I’m not opposed to it. Rachel: I would like to get married by 27, but it’s also really important that I get my doctorate so I’m going to be in school for a long time. Go to a place that makes you feel nice and do it for yourself.