• Would you cry if a family member died?

    93 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can an 18year old wake up by himself in the morning??

    My son doesn't wake up in The morning to go to work, he's supposed to go to work with his dad every weekend morning to learn electrical but we have to bang on his door all the time , and my husband is tired of this, what can I tell my son to get his lazy butt going? He doesn't work during the week or go... show more
    My son doesn't wake up in The morning to go to work, he's supposed to go to work with his dad every weekend morning to learn electrical but we have to bang on his door all the time , and my husband is tired of this, what can I tell my son to get his lazy butt going? He doesn't work during the week or go to school till next year when he starts college.
    187 answers · 4 days ago
  • Daddy issues or weird/toxic behavior?

    As long as I can think my parents have been divorced and I always grew up with my mother alone. When I was about 8 or 9 my father visited me regularly every two weeks but that only lasted for half a year. He came to one of my birthdays (I don't remember which one) and treated every guest like **** only because... show more
    As long as I can think my parents have been divorced and I always grew up with my mother alone. When I was about 8 or 9 my father visited me regularly every two weeks but that only lasted for half a year. He came to one of my birthdays (I don't remember which one) and treated every guest like **** only because he was there, I also tended to treat my mother badly when he was around. Then, for a couple of years we somewhat ignored each other and barely had any contact so I somewhat grew to dislike him for ignoring me and making me feel like an unwanted piece of trash. On my last birthday, he contacted me and sent me money as a present, since then I always try to let him give me money for different occasions because why not, pocket money is nice. Instead of starting to try to build up a relationship with him, I found someone else to admire as a rolemodel; one of my teachers. Simply because we share the same interests and he helps me with my stuff and sometimes praises and criticizes my work in a nice manner. I respect the student-teacher distance and always make sure to hold it but sometimes I wish it could be a lot less compulsively. Does my behavior hint towards daddy issues or any complexes or could it be toxic?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • President Trump spoke to an annual Boy Scout gathering of 40,000 . In eight years Obama never went ,why ?

    Best answer: Boy Scouts teach responsibility, not being dependent on the state.
    Best answer: Boy Scouts teach responsibility, not being dependent on the state.
    16 answers · 1 day ago
  • I hate my life since my dad died?

    28 answers · 3 days ago
  • I don't want kids when I grow up and I won't change my mind!?

    I am a 19 year old guy and I don't want kids when I grow up for a gazillion different reasons. They cause chaos, they are too expensive, they're not fun to be around, and you have to own a big house and big property, etc. Ever since I was little I said this myself. It really gets me angry and stressed out... show more
    I am a 19 year old guy and I don't want kids when I grow up for a gazillion different reasons. They cause chaos, they are too expensive, they're not fun to be around, and you have to own a big house and big property, etc. Ever since I was little I said this myself. It really gets me angry and stressed out when people tell me, "Oh you're going to change your mind." & "What if you get a girl who wants them?" Well I don't want kids. I am good with little kids, but they are boring to be around and I hate having to watch them play on the playground, even when they get to the teens stage, it can be annoying. Well, I can prove to you that I won't change my mind. I went on a vacation to Canada last year to visit a bunch of relatives and little kids with my little cousin and it was boring being around them and I wanted to go home! Also, people treat kids like accessories. My grandmother told me I should have kids just so kids can take care of me when I get super old. If I had kids, I would have to love them, not use them as an accessory. There are many people in my family who don't want kids. My brother is 23 and doesn't want. My grand-aunt and grand-uncle from my father's side never got married and had children. My grand-uncle on my mother's side never got married and had children. I can tolerate loneliness of not being married and not having children. I am used to it anyways, since I only have a few friends anyways. I'd rather be lonely than having to stress over children's expenses
    14 answers · 1 day ago
  • My Mom is a racist, how do I prove to people I am not like her?

    Best answer: It's easier to answer this by telling you what NOT to do! And that means don't go out of your way to prove how different you are. This can almost have a boomerang effect. If you say "I'm not a racist like Mom", this doesn't always come across the way you want it to. Instead, lead by... show more
    Best answer: It's easier to answer this by telling you what NOT to do! And that means don't go out of your way to prove how different you are. This can almost have a boomerang effect. If you say "I'm not a racist like Mom", this doesn't always come across the way you want it to.

    Instead, lead by example. Treat everyone equally. (This also means don't go out of your way to be over-friendly towards anyone not of your race). Your goal is to get to the point where you don't even react to skin color.
    10 answers · 22 hours ago
  • My cousin wants me to give her money when she needs it. Her mother warns she is awful, what do I do?

    Best answer: Neither a borrower nor a lender be,
    For loan oft loses both itself and friend,
    And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry.

    Hamlet Act 1, scene 3, 75–77
    Best answer: Neither a borrower nor a lender be,
    For loan oft loses both itself and friend,
    And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry.

    Hamlet Act 1, scene 3, 75–77
    10 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Westerners and parents/family?

    Best answer: You were exposed to individuals, not the 'culture'. I get along great with my parents. My sons get along great with me, as do most of my friends. There are exceptions, sure, but these are exceptions and I refuse to believe that ALL Saudi teenagers get along well with their parents.
    Best answer: You were exposed to individuals, not the 'culture'. I get along great with my parents. My sons get along great with me, as do most of my friends. There are exceptions, sure, but these are exceptions and I refuse to believe that ALL Saudi teenagers get along well with their parents.
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is my boyfriend's mom being normal?

    My boyfriend and I just finished our freshman year at Ohio State, both 19. Now it's summer and were both at home but we only live about 40 minutes from each other. I keep getting really frustrated by his mom. First of all, he works doing a desk job she wanted him to do 5 days a week 8 hours a day. She enforces... show more
    My boyfriend and I just finished our freshman year at Ohio State, both 19. Now it's summer and were both at home but we only live about 40 minutes from each other. I keep getting really frustrated by his mom. First of all, he works doing a desk job she wanted him to do 5 days a week 8 hours a day. She enforces a strict curfew of 11pm on week nights. She also makes him come home and clean for an hour every day after work. So because she wants him to come home and clean after work, he has to drive an extra hour and a half to come see me every day which she knows he always likes to do. Is this curfew and cleaning business normal? He also has never gotten in trouble with her EVER, perfect grades, no past incidents whatsoever.
    34 answers · 5 days ago
  • My cousin is having a sex change for his birthday. How do I explain it to my kids (ages 6 and 9)?

    Best answer: i would let your cousin explain it since hes the one doing it
    Best answer: i would let your cousin explain it since hes the one doing it
    9 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Going on holiday with boyfriend and his parents at 16?

    Me and my boyfriend have been dating for 3 years and are both 16 and his mum and stepdad have invited me to go to Tenerife in the October holidays. I recently came back from centre parcs with his dad and step mum but my parents weren t too happy that we had slept in the same room. I don t know if its something that... show more
    Me and my boyfriend have been dating for 3 years and are both 16 and his mum and stepdad have invited me to go to Tenerife in the October holidays. I recently came back from centre parcs with his dad and step mum but my parents weren t too happy that we had slept in the same room. I don t know if its something that s ridiculous to ask for or whether other people don t see any problem with it. I m willing to pay fully for the full holiday and I know the family very well and would be sleeping in the living room with him and his sister also.
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • My friend called me a pervert after I hugged my sister. Do you think he is right?

    I'm a guy btw and for me it has always been a normal thing to give her a hug almost every day. I mean I love her as my sister and she's just an awesome person. I'm 17 and she's 16
    I'm a guy btw and for me it has always been a normal thing to give her a hug almost every day. I mean I love her as my sister and she's just an awesome person. I'm 17 and she's 16
    57 answers · 6 days ago
  • My mom found my dildo. What do I do?

    Best answer: Tell her that it is disrespectful to take things from your room. Then tell her that she can keep the vibrator since she obviously needs it more than you do. If she says anything about you having one then tell her that being able to satisfy your own needs is what keeps you from going out and having risky sex with... show more
    Best answer: Tell her that it is disrespectful to take things from your room. Then tell her that she can keep the vibrator since she obviously needs it more than you do. If she says anything about you having one then tell her that being able to satisfy your own needs is what keeps you from going out and having risky sex with guys you dont know very well.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • My son is five years old. Should I teach him foreign languages?

    Best answer: Yes, it's called critical age and I think it's between very early childhood to 12 years of age. They can learn best.
    Best answer: Yes, it's called critical age and I think it's between very early childhood to 12 years of age. They can learn best.
    7 answers · 11 hours ago
  • My life is falling apart..?

    So I m 14 and all my life my dad has worked a full time job. We ve always been tight on money and my mom has stayed home with my for over 13 years and she finally decided to go get a part time job because my dad would always complain about how we have "no money". He always is so concerned about money. My... show more
    So I m 14 and all my life my dad has worked a full time job. We ve always been tight on money and my mom has stayed home with my for over 13 years and she finally decided to go get a part time job because my dad would always complain about how we have "no money". He always is so concerned about money. My mom started working and people at her job treated her like dirt. She was always exhausted from waking up at 6 am and being away almost every day. I have been exhausted from having to take care of the house all the time and do everything for myself. This has put everyone in a bad mood and. Caused so many arguments. I can t take it. My mom flat out told my dad she was so unhappy and wanted to quit, tears in her eyes. And you know what he says? You know what he had the nerve to say? "It s fine." He saw his daughter in the corner crying and his wife broken down. But he cares about money. My mom can t quit, she s so unhappy, has no time to do anything and I m unhappy as well. My mom won t quit in fear of my dad being super angry. I m so depressed. I need reassurance and I have no siblings to talk to... or friends. Please help.
    8 answers · 16 hours ago
  • My mom talks bad about me?

    I've changed a lot, my mom talks about how I throw food away to our family members, before you start hating on me, please know that I've stopped and know that it's wrong. My mom keeps talking about it and now my family teases me about it, which makes me mad is how my mom said the whole thing, but I... show more
    I've changed a lot, my mom talks about how I throw food away to our family members, before you start hating on me, please know that I've stopped and know that it's wrong. My mom keeps talking about it and now my family teases me about it, which makes me mad is how my mom said the whole thing, but I can't say stuff about her. Like I understand she's my mom but I don't think it's ok to say stuff like that. What should I do? Please no hate.
    6 answers · 2 hours ago
  • I made a mark on my aunt's car when I parked next to her and opened my door. She was annoyed. I am scared she will never forgive?

    Best answer: speak to your parents and ask if they can help you to have it professionally restored. you will need to work out a way to find the finances. As for the hate thing...that's a bit extreme, she will not hate you , its just a slight accident that can be easily amended. It happens all the time to many people.
    Best answer: speak to your parents and ask if they can help you to have it professionally restored. you will need to work out a way to find the finances. As for the hate thing...that's a bit extreme, she will not hate you , its just a slight accident that can be easily amended. It happens all the time to many people.
    7 answers · 19 hours ago