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"Introverts living under the extroversion ideal are like women in a mans’ world, discounted because of a trait that goes to the core of who they are. Extroversion is an enormously appealing personality style, but we’ve turned it into an oppressive standard to which most of us feel we must conform."

-Susan Cain, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

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"Women, who are the prime victims of religion, and perhaps in some, stockholm syndrome effect, often form the most fervent advocates of the very thing that degrades them. I believe that in the end, it will be women who will turn this around. This should be the final stage of feminism. For a feminist to still believe in god is like a freed slave still living on the plantation."

-Matthew Chapman, Journalist, Screenwriter, and Director

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Parenting isn’t that difficult..

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Anonymous: I think I may be in love with my best friend but I'm not sure. Should I tell her & feel a huge pain bc I know she'll be weird about it or continue with the pain I feel when I see her with other people?

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Well to me it’s about trust. Dating friends is messy but it’s also how some of the best relationships are formed. If you is truly your best friend and you trust her, tell her how you feel. If she is really your best friend she won’t intentionally stomp on your heart.

I’m going to be blunt but you may get friendzoned. Girls (and guys) aren’t obligated to reciprocate feelings. The most you can do is just tell her how you feel and respect how she reacts. If you do get friendzoned and she does like someone else and it hurts too see her with him, then you should remove yourself. I won’t tell you, you need to be supportive and be there for her because that’s masochistic.

Now for the brightside. You can tell her how you feel and maybe she will see you in a different light. As human beings, we like being liked and thus we like people who like us. If you tell her how you feel maybe she might see you differently and develop feelings for you.

In the end, it’s your choice; you can either choose to trust her or regret never trusting her.

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Anonymous: I think I fell for a guy that's 21(I'm almost 18) and we are co-workers. I asked him out but he was concerned about the age difference and said it wasn't a good idea. We are really flirty at work and have good chemistry. I just don't know what to do. And I don't want to make things awkward at work.

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Wait till you are 18 (assuming that’s the legal age in which it is no longer statutory rape). As a guy who is also 21, I would also not think it’s a good idea to be dating someone who was 17. You just never know who is going to cry wolf when times get sour.

No need to rush into a relationship. If you like him and he likes you, a couple months is nothing. Just stick to being friendly for now and if something more comes out of it in time, then great.

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This is where I taught my kids about the birds and the bees. They said they never want to go back to the park again..

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"I’ll be honest with you, I’m a little bit of a loner. It’s been a big part of my maturing process to learn to allow people to support me. I tend to be very self-reliant and private. And I have this history of wanting to work things out on my own and protect people from what’s going on with me."

-Kerry Washington, Actress

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"I’m not sentimental - I’m a romantic as you are. The idea, you know, is that the sentimental person thinks things will last - the romantic person has a desperate confidence that they won’t."

-F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side Of Paradise

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Anonymous: I think I may be in love with my best friend but I'm not sure. Should I tell her & feel a huge pain bc I know she'll be weird about it or continue with the pain I feel when I see her with other people?

ayomxmuzix:

Well to me it’s about trust. Dating friends is messy but it’s also how some of the best relationships are formed. If you is truly your best friend and you trust her, tell her how you feel. If she is really your best friend she won’t intentionally stomp on your heart.

I’m going to be blunt but you may get friendzoned. Girls (and guys) aren’t obligated to reciprocate feelings. The most you can do is just tell her how you feel and respect how she reacts. If you do get friendzoned and she does like someone else and it hurts too see her with him, then you should remove yourself. I won’t tell you, you need to be supportive and be there for her because that’s masochistic.

Now for the brightside. You can tell her how you feel and maybe she will see you in a different light. As human beings, we like being liked and thus we like people who like us. If you tell her how you feel maybe she might see you differently and develop feelings for you.

In the end, it’s your choice; you can either choose to trust her or regret never trusting her.

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