Tag Archives: assumptions

Underestimated

“Being underestimated … it’s like a shield,” she says. When people overlook and undervalue you, they’re leaving you to “prep yourself for the future you want.” She continues: “Don’t put too much pressure on yourself because it’s never make-or-break, you … Continue reading

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 Awkward Date

I went on a date last week and we really hit it off. We’ve gone on two dates and have been texting each other a lot in between the first and second date. However, after the second date, things got … Continue reading

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Mother’s Rules

I am religious and generally conservative. A good friend who is a “free spirit” commented on the fact that I do not allow my son, 24, and his longtime girlfriend to sleep together in my house, saying this could contribute … Continue reading

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Just Communication

A few years ago, my girlfriend’s friend told her that I was hitting on her. My girlfriend asked her what I did to make her feel that way, she said, “He asked me questions, and when I answered them he … Continue reading

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This You?

I am a college student who returned to campus this semester. Since I’ve been back, my absolute hero has been the doctor who runs student health services. I’ve asked her a million questions about Covid-19, and she always makes time … Continue reading

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