Help me pick names for my friend's story. Descriptions inside?
My friend is writing a story and she has asked me to do this. 1. A 15 year old girl born on May 2, 1993. She is outgoing, loud, and a little on the wild side. She has chocolate brown hair with purple highlights in it. She has amazing rare orange like eyes. (There's a reason for that--she in line of super powered people.--kinda complicated.) Her parents died in a wreck when she was 5 and lives with her aunt. Her aunt is hardly home because of work and worries very much about her. Once she meets the boy (coming up) she starts to quiet down. 2. Girl's 18 year old cousin. They are very close which is rare because girl is scared to get close to people because she lost her parents and little sister in wreck. He is there for his cousin and is begging her to calm down before she ruins her future. Born on October 11, 1989. 3. The new guy. He moved to girl's small town home in Mississippi from Texas. He actually saves her life in many ways. He is trying to understand her and is trying to get close to her but she is always trying to stay away. She is scared to lose somebody close again. He is 15 also born on February 23, 1993. 4. Girl's best friend. She is also worried bout girl and is wild as well. However, she is not as wild and knows when to stop. She has sandy blonde hair and lime green streaks. She is trying to clean up her act before she ends up messing up her future. Born on July 9, 1993. My friend would like you to add middle names as well. Last are optional (better chance for 10 points.) She would like names to be appropriate for year born in and personality.
Pregnant and best friend ignoring me?
It's sad what is happening. It seems like she is jealous that you are having a baby and are starting a family. She is treating you badly. Maybe you should write her a letter telling her about how you feel towards her at the moment. If she responds great, if not, she is not a great friend anymore.
Friends fighting and I'm stuck in the middle?
Continue to stay out of it. Don't take sides. Don't agree with anyone. If they come to you just listen! They'll make up in time & if they don't then let it be. They'll get over it eventually, anyway.. EDIT: Nadia shouldn't be mad you guys were hanging out with her anyway, that's stupid and something a 12 year old would get mad about. Actually, that whole fight is very middle school.
Is it wrong to fall in love with your best friend's sister?
There are two kinds of friends.Who thinks that his sister becomes the same relationship to his friends as well.The one who won't think like that.Let me share my story. I had a friend who actually became my best friend and the same to him as well. He respected me a lot.He had a sister, and I haven't seen her yet. Once when I am my friend had been to a trip her sister called him, I asked about who was that on the phone. And he told what they spoke. There I came across her innocence. And I came to know her a bit day by day.Finally I came to know that I actually was in love with her , I really wanted to meet her express about what I feel.I decided to tell my friend about this. Because I actually valued my friend before love. I told my friend and he didn't respond properly. He just said “you are doing a mistake”His thought was that I need to consider his sister as my sister as well. But I was proud about her being my partner and my friend being my brother in law.So., All of his friends were against me. They were actually planned to hit me. My friend, stopped them.Now, the saddest part is he has blocked me from all social media and friend zone. And she doesn't even know that I am still in love with her.I am waiting for my friend to respond..Conclusion:- it's not wrong to be in love with your best friends sister. Feel proud for that, only when you have a genuine love on her and belief that you are going to look after her and your friend.Even she is girl, she is going to marry. Why not marry brother's friend.?
My best friend/crush's sister tried to kill herself and she called me on the phone, crying. How would you react? What should I have said?
It's hard to know how to react in a situation like this, and there's not really an easy answer. There is no script for situations like this, because these situations go beyond the form of mere politeness. They require honesty and empathy.Here are a few suggestions:"I'm glad you called me." It is a sign of trust and respect that she called you. Acknowledge your appreciation, that you understand what it means. Also, it takes from her any burden that you might have been bothered by her choosing you to share this moment with. "Is there anything I can do to help?" Most likely she just wants the comfort of a sympathetic listener, but offering to help is always appreciated. She likely didn't know at the moment how to answer, but it shows that you want to help if you can. It also shows you accept that you may not be able to help."I can..." Offer something concrete and specific you can do. A friend of mine lost her husband recently and I told her, "If you get stuck and need a babysitter last minute, I would be happy to stay with the kids." If she suddenly needed a sitter, she might not have felt confortable asking, but since I mentioned it specifically, she knows I mean it and will call me if she needs me. Offer to do something you know you can do, even if it's a small thing. "May I call/visit you tomorrow?" Asking permission shows you care about her time (especially as it may be required by her family), but that you want to keep in touch with her and be supportive. It's also possible that, after the initial shock wears off, she will need something, but will feel uncomfortable asking. This gives you a second opportunity to offer help if needed. Don't say "I'm sorry." Platitudes don't help. Don't say things that make it about you (i.e., talk at length about your own thoughts or feelings). Don't let your discomfort drive you away.Also, it's not too late to say these things. You might start off by saying "I hope I didn't make you uncomfortable when you told me about your sister. I was caught off-guard and wasn't sure what to say. I'm glad you called me. .." It's not too late to be a supportive friend.
How do I handle my best friend dating my little sister?
My little sister just turned 18 (few days) and we had a big birthday bash for her. Well I caught her and my best friend (who's 24) kissing in the kitchen, I pretended not to notice but then I confronted them about it and they told me they had been seeing each other for past year. I was shocked and I was angry at the both of them, I mean this is my best friend we've been best friends for 10 years and I find out he's sneaking around with my little sister. My Best friend just got out of a bad divorce 4 years ago and he has a 6 year old son he's not the type to go out to bars and get s**T faced but usually he tells me about girlfriends and I meet them but this time he kept on delaying everything. My sister and I are very close and though I am going through my own problems (separation) we haven't been able to spend a lot of time together.She lives on campus and goes to college so i don't know her "new friends" very well. My problem is I don't understand how they couldn't tell me from the start instead of sneaking around, if he was my best friend he could have come and told me right?
What was the best gift you received as a child?
I remember a BIG brown fat fluffy doggie almost as big as I was! I would have been three or four at the time and I called him Happy and kept him by my side in the house all day long for at least two or three years. I don’t remember Happy’s demise, but I *think* it may have been when we moved to a new house when I was around six.A close second would be my pogo stick from around 8 to 10 years old. I’d seen other kids with them (?maybe on TV? In the park?) and I was VERYYYY happy!At least for a little while. As soon as I opened it I tried hopping up on it to jump around and of course it started to tilt forward. I was a smart little kid who was going to get a physics scholarship later in life so I knew what to do… I pulled it back toward me as hard and fast as I could!It didn’t travel very far.And the place between my legs that brought it to a stop was not happy at all about the sudden meeting with Mr. Pogo Stick.Somewhere I have a picture album with me and that present that morning that my father snapped just at about the right moment in that adventure….MJM, aka Mr. Christmas Hobbles
My sister and I tried to leave the house after our parents told us not to. My parents stopped me, but let my sister go. Why'd she get to go?
You seem to think she got off easy, but that's not true, because you don't have any idea what your parents will do to her once she gets home. It's almost impossible to stop someone once they run to a car and start driving off. But if your parents are fairly typical, I can guarantee her punishment will be a lot more severe than cleaning a bathroom. On your update about them yelling so hard at you, a couple of things. Have you ever completely ignored them like this before? Most parents are going to be pretty pissed off if a 14 year old does what you did. It's very disrespectful, and they don't want it to happen again. But I'm guessing the bigger reason is they flipped out over your sister getting in a car and driving off like that. This is VERY scary to parents. Now I'm curious what happens to her! At a minimum, a lot of parents would take away her keys to that car for a very, very long time. Like until she turns 18. If they can't trust her to listen to them about how the car is used, they shouldn't trust her to be driving it.
What do I do I hate living with my Aunt and Uncle?
My mom died when I was two and I was in a car accident with my dad two years ago (we were hit by a drunk driver) and he died. I have to live with my Aunt and Uncle and I hat e it. My Uncle is like 450 pounds and is incredibly mean. My Aunt just obsesses over my younger cousin, her daughter, even though her daughter is like obsessed with sex. My two older cousins are constantly trying to tell me that they are smarter than me and they even once threatened to break my leg.