• 29th July
    2014
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I have to tell someone, but I don't believe there's a god. I believe in evolution and Scientology and I think it's pretty darn stupid that people got so bored they decided to create a mythical creature that 'created' them. If he were real, people wouldn't suffer. There's no heaven. There's fucking clouds. Space. Dark matter. And I don't tell anyone this, but I wish some of these 'god is real you'll go to hell for not believing' would shove it up their ass. I'm sorry but I've held it in so long.

Asked by: Anonymous

I get you’re upset but you have to respect their opinions. Spreading hate isn’t going to change what they believe. Bashing on a group of people’s view and beliefs aren’t going to help anyone. Everyone is free to believe what they would like.

I only see issue in religion when some followers try to push it on others or kill in the name of religion. And that is only an issue with certain extremist sects of a religion and it is not the fault of religion overall. Religion can bring people together and provide comfort. 

There’s other religions that have space for science and god.

I also don’t think you should identify yourself as a believer in Scientology because that’s a whole different religion with churches of their own (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology)

- Piya

  • 28th July
    2014
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So I'm going to public school this year. The same school my best friend currently attends. I want to hang out with her and her friends but I also want to branch out and make new friends. How do I tell her that without hurting her feelings?

Asked by: just-another-blonde-day

join clubs that interest you, talk to people in your classes.

Tell her that since it is a new school, you just want to make new friends in the school.

just don’t forget about her, and make sure when you start to make new friends, you have a girls day with her every once and a while so that you can still stay close.

best of luck, and have fun in your new school

-sam

  • 27th July
    2014
  • 27
Someone help me please My friend is killing herself She's a tumblr friend Idk how to help her Does anyone have kik? Please I beg u

Asked by: Anonymous

darling what is her url, sorry no one has gotten to this sooner, if you need a kik please come off anon or visit us on our personals.

imthegirlthat.tumblr.com/owners

  • 27th July
    2014
  • 27
I'm really worried because I like this guy and we are going to go out on a date but what if he doesn't like me? (That sounds dumb ik) but he used to cut and I still do what if he doesn't want to be dragged down again by my crap? And I'm a Christian and he's an atheist what if he doesn't like that? Or what if I'm really annoying? Sorry ik it's dumb and even if he doesn't like my religion I'll stay faithful and if he doesn't like me I'll respect his descion I'm just really worried and paranoid -w

Asked by: Anonymous

first dates are nerve racking!!! oh goodness…. being honest i’ve had 2 boyfriends (about a full year for each) over my 3 past years of high school, and I have never been on a date…

now darling, from what my very mature older sisters told me on dating:

1) BE YOURSELF -it is the best thing you can be-
2) smile often -it shows your cute face off, boosts your confidence, and helps you feel better-
3) dress nice, comfortable, and appropriate for your date -make sure it is something that make you say ‘damn i look good’ and show it, it will boost confidence-
4) dont fret or worry too much -that worry can rub off onto him-
5) small talk -get to know him better and let him get to know you better-
6) Have fun -even if things dont work the way you want to, you should be able to look back on this and say ‘I had fun, and that is all that matters’-

-sam

  • 27th July
    2014
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i feel pressured into doing stuff with this boy. I've known him since I was 9, I'm not 15. We talk sometimes and have made out a couple times. He says if he was to do anything with anyone it would be me. The problem is though I feel the exact same way about another boy, my bestfriend, but my best friend doesn't feel that way so I'm trying to let it go even though he would be the one boy im comfortable enough to do it with. Should I just do it and get it over with?

Asked by: Anonymous

never do anything you dont want to do. if this boy is pressuring you to do it and you dont want to do it with him, you dont have to. You will find someone else you’re comfortable with, and you will be happy and not forced into anything.

-sam

  • 27th July
    2014
  • 27
Hi, since this blog's inbox messages don't seem to randomly get hungry and eat the other messages, I might as well ask on here what I've sent in a few times on the other one. My friend and I have been bullied since we were little, and recently (like since last summer) it's been the same bullies going after both of us. He talks to me about how mean they are to him, and I'm scared that he'll end up sad like me, what can I do to reduce the chances of that happening? I don't want him to hurt himself

Asked by: Anonymous

tell an adult about it, a teacher, your parent, someone you trust. see if they can get them to leave the both of you alone. Neither of you deserve to be bullied at all.

-sam

  • 26th July
    2014
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I sent in an ask about a romper & nobody has answered it yet :(

Asked by: Anonymous

im sorry darling, we have about 1,300 ask in our ask box and it’s hard to get to them all

  • 25th July
    2014
  • 25
My cousin had heart surgery and died and I went to the viewing and the funeral and I'm still freaking out. He wasn't supposed to die like this. And now I'm afraid everyone is gonna die in a freak accident. I have GAD & OCD and I'm off my meds... J

Asked by: Anonymous

You’re scared and worried and  stressed out by this, and that’s okay: it is absolutely normal for you to be concerned to some extent. However, when the anxiety related to our worries starts to interfere with our functioning and take over our thoughts, we need to start taking steps to reassure ourselves that things are going to be alright and finding ways to reassure ourselves of our safety and the safety of those around us.

Know that things happen that aren’t supposed to, and that it’s an unfortunate part of life. Know also that things will usually work out the way that they’re supposed to, and that it’s only very rarely that they don’t. 

Everyone is safe and sound, and things are going to be fine.

Why are you off your meds, darling? If they’re helping you, then you need to be taking them to help you manage your stress. 

For now, practice deep breathing exercises and let yourself relax. Whenever you feel anxiety creeping up on you, continuously remind yourself that what happens happens, and that things are going to be fine. 

Focus on what you can control rather than what you can’t, and, most importantly, take care of yourself.

Hearts and kibble,
Elliot

  • 25th July
    2014
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  • 21st July
    2014
  • 21
Does this blog get more or less asks than the main blog? I really need someone to talk to, and I never get answered on the main blog.

Asked by: Anonymous

Our main blog is the most popular one so it gets the most. Right now it has over 1,000 and this one has 5. You can send your question here, love, and we can try to get to it! (:

-Jamie