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Posted by @alex77 in Mental Health, Oct 25, 2011

hi im 15 im new to this site and i was wonder about any groups i could add to talk about this

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annabeck

Posted by @annabeck, Oct 26, 2011

Did you try to find groups in your area? If you think you are depressed, you have to find someone to talk with. Sometimes local hospitals are a good place to start.

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 2, 2011

alot of people want me to go to a counsiler what will they do

nativefloridian

Posted by @nativefloridian, Nov 2, 2011

A counselor will help you figure out what it is that is causing you to feel the way you do. Talking to a trained professional may be all you need to do. My son felt like you do and only had to go talk to a doctor once to figure out what was bothering him so much. The doctor told him he was right to want to go to a new school. He is happy now at a new school. That was causing his depression. It is very common to feel depressed and not know what it is, when you are 15 or 16 years old. The counselor/psychologist or psychiatrist can figure it out. That's what they are trained to do! If your parents will take you to one, then go! They will help you. Hope that helps you make a decision. Life is too short to waste a day being sad when you can do something about it, so go and "talk" to them about how you feel. Let me know if it helps.

Posted by Anonymous-3d653674, Nov 2, 2011

My son went thru what the docs called 'adolescent depression' during his high school years. He started as an energetic and active student. But gradually evolved into a lethargic' unhappy person. He was not able to sleep well and had no appetite. As well as no interest in his usual activities.
We began with a trip to family physician - seeking a remedy for sleeplessness - Medication for sleep and an antidepressant helped him. Added to this were anxiety attacks. Counseling by a Psych. who specialized in adolescents really helped him. Also a couple of understanding teachers who made the school day managable. He is now a well adjusted young adult and no longer needs the medication.
Alex, depression is a real condition. And there is medical help out there.
Hoping the best for you.
Anonymous, because this is about my son, not me.

abbylynne

Posted by @abbylynne, Nov 7, 2011

Alexstruck, when I first got depressed I really didn't like the thought of a councillor. However over time I realized they are just a trusted stranger who will be your friend only and who will tell you the truth. I said to my parents finally " mom I am not doing well but I don't want to talk to you just yet, can you help me find someone I can talk to?" it may hurt their feelings for a little but they will understand when they see you get healthy again. They have probably known you have not been feeling well. Talking to people on the Internet is great if you want some annonymous peoples opinions. Just remember people are not always trustworthy and if it ever becomes a friendship you wish to pursue why not ask them to meet you and your parents. Never alone just like any other stranger in your life. A councillor will get to
Know you. They will let you talk and the will suggest things for you to try. My suggestion is to try anything to get happier before you try medications as they are made for adults. Smile hun cause you are not alone!! We are all here for you.

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Oct 28, 2011

Did anyone reply to your question? I know that I saw a mention of depression somewhere here, but since I'm new here I don't have the answer either. I've dealt with depression for years as a result of a very rare neurological disease and was treated with medications, which I'm not almost off of thanks to seeing a psychologist for some time now. What is causing your depression at your young age?

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 2, 2011

i dont really know what is causing it i just have kindof goten use to it

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 2, 2011

I did the same thing for a long time until I realized that I needed to talk to someone who would understand HOW I was feeling and not just say things to make me feel good. A good counselor (psychologist) can quickly help you get back on the right track and most importantly, give you the tools necessary to be able to handle those down days in the future. Medications may not even be necessary, but if they are don't be afraid to take them and continue to do so even after you start to feel better about yourself. Life is so much more than staying in your room and feeling lousy. Take the step and find out (with your parents permission and help if they can't help with the talking) if some proper counseling will get you happily back on track and enjoying your life. Best wishes to you from someone who also knows how you are feeling and that life does get better if you look for it.

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 3, 2011

my parents dont know anything i dont know how to tell them

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 3, 2011

This has to be a lot for you to handle, I know how much it hurts myself. I also know that it takes a LOT of courage to tell someone about it because you feel like you're the only one that has a problem, nobody will understand, they'll think you're worthless, other people will think you are stupid...just about everything and any fear you can think of, I'm sure it has gone through your mind, just like it did with me. And to be honest, I had to tell them something else at one point during the worst time...that I was gay. I'm saying all this because I know where you have been and are, and because I thought of doing something to myself that I'm so glad I didn't. You have to work up the attitude in yourself that you are a a wonderful person with so much to give. You have to work up to the point that no matter what the consequences, you will tell someone you trust, a parent, teacher, best friend, that will listen to you and not laugh, but will tell you that everything is going to be all right. It's not an easy task, it's not very easy to imagine that someone would accept you for who you, just as you are, but it's the best thing for you to do. You have really started on the right track already by talking in this group because,as you can see, people who don't even know you care enough to want to talk and help you. So why not trust your parents to be even more helpful and love you just the same by opening up to them. I can promise you that getting all this out you will feel so much better. Depression is often a chemical inbalance, not something "mental", and can be easily treated with just a little medication and, in my case a combination of diet and one medication. Sounds hard, and it is to let go and let someone help, but it's also the best way for you to climb out of this hole and start to see that, at your age, there is so much more to life than being miserable. Please put aside the fears for just a few minutes, go to your parents (or someone I suggested) and just blurt it out. It will pay off for you. There is nothing wrong with you that so many others haven't been through and conquered. When you do, and then look back at the whole thing, you'll wonder why it you didn't confide in someone a long time ago.

I care about you and what happens to you. You have your whole life to deal with a lot more important things, like school, college, where to live, who to hang with, what to do, and deciding what you want to accomplish in your life. Don't let this stumbling block stop you from being what God created you to be. You have a big brother here that's always ready to talk. Don't be afraid...we're here to catch you if you fall.

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 4, 2011

a kindof edged it on to my cousin and she said why are you always so glummy and sad. but i didnt say im depressed. and she told a couple other people witch i dont get its not her to tell and a question what is the difference in school counsilers and pshyciatrist is that it or theropy

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 4, 2011

Your cousin shouldn't have told anyone without your express permission, so you may not be able to confide in her about this if she is just telling anyone about your depression. If she is telling someone that is able to help you, like your parents,a school counselor, or a psychologist, then that's a little different. At any rate, she should be respectful of your feelings and need to be careful who she tells, and you need to tell her that. If she is not responsive and says that she can tell anyone, then I wouldn't personally let her in on any more "secrets." In some ways, if she is about your age, she wouldn't know the right things to say, who to talk to, or even may be thinking a lot of the same things. There's a saying that, "Misery loves company." So consider this when you talk to someone around your own age. A responsible adult, trained in how to handle depression and teen issues is the person you need to talk to ultimately.

Now, for your other question. A well trained school counselor is a good person to talk to as they are bound by a law called HIPAA to keep all conversations confidential (unless you verbally say that you are thinking of hurting yourself or worse.) They can only release information to someone else with your written or verbal permission. The one problem here is that you are still a minor, and some of the regulations may not protect you from a person in authority contacting your parents. Generally speaking, as a minor, they may tell your parents in your case unless you specifically tell them they may not. If you really feel that your parents won't understand, or won't let you be open with them, then I would start with the school counselor. But before you tell the counselor what you're thinking and why, remind them that your conversation is confidential (as long as you don't mention what I just said above) and if they say they can tell who they want, then I would be careful about what you say. If he/she agrees that your conversation is confidential, even to your parents if you don't want them to know, then I would lean on him/her to let you confide in them. Tell them what's been bothering you, why you think so. If it's something that you have a hard time saying because they might think less of you, they won't. Maybe you will have to talk to them several times to build up some trust level in your mind that they are going to respect your wishes about confidentiality before you tell them everything, but that is also the process you would go through with a therapist. It takes a little time to develop that trust with someone you don't really know. The nice thing about that is that they should have no preconceived thoughts about you, who you are, and what's bothering you. Go slow, take your time and build that trust level with the person you finally decide to talk to. If they are true to their word they will guide you in the right direction towards positive help and a brighter day.

If you find that you might like to talk to a psychologist, pretty much the same thing applies. I went to the psychologist and happened to find someone who was very caring, very open and concerned about my feelings and wanted to really help me understand and work through all the crazy things bouncing around in my head. If you don't feel that the your parents will understand, or the school counselor isn't the one you can develop a good rapport with, and that may happen in a smaller school because everybody knows everybody, then here's the next step up the ladder.

Look up a local counseling center in the yellow pages or online wherever you live, tell them what's going on, explain to them exactly how old you are, can they help, do they have to have your parents involved...every question that you can think of, including can they help with how to cover the costs. Many clinics will provide help at no cost through local grants and money put aside for such times. I worked for one place like that where we never turned anyone away. Remember that these professionals are trained to know how to talk to you, to encourage you, to provide help, and are bound by the the HIPAA Laws in some circumstances to protect you. Again, if you say that you might hurt yourself or worse, then you really need to convey that to them immediately and let them help you right away. Although it seems like every day is the end of the world, in reality, it isn't that bad and you have so many good days coming that you can't see at your age. So if you do feel that you might hurt yourself, please, please call a counseling center immediately and let them know. They will help you right away. And don't be afraid to tell them exactly what you are thinking. Your life is precious to you, your parents, friends, people you don't even know...and me, your big bro.

Even the Mayo Clinic, the blog we're talking, on will tell you how to get help if you were to call them. There are also other options to talk to people over the phone, such as The Trevor Project at 866-488-7386 (free call), which is a 24/7 hotline where someone who is trained will talk you through some of this confusion and point you in the right direction. Anything you tell them is also confidential. Whatever way you feel comfortable going, please don't let the depression make you think that you're different, or weird, crazy, or any other bad things because you're not. Nobody was given instructions on how to get through life in the most perfect way and you are not alone in this. I would say that many of your classmates are going through the very same thing, but are also afraid to speak out and tell someone.

The very worst thing that could happen is for me to find out that something has happened to you. That would weigh very heavy on my mind to think you felt so lonely and alone you couldn't talk to anyone. So remember, I'm here, will talk anytime, and I understand how you feel. If there was some way to get you my phone number without spreading it all over the internet I would do that if you wanted, or even my email so we could keep talking. I realize that even saying things online can be an issue, as it was with me also. Keep talking to us, to me, to any of the people of places I mentioned. Remember that you are loved just the way you are by people you don't even know yet. I love you bro, so keep hanging in there and think about everything I've said.

(PS: If anyone out there feels that I'm wrong in my advice please say so, but I speak from very personal experience and from my heart so be easy.)

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 4, 2011

do you know im a girl right i wasnt sure if you knew that because you were saying bro

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 4, 2011

It doesn't matter who you are or what you are, a person is a person and it changes nothing. I grew up with two very over-bearing sisters so I've been through just about everything you can imagine. Recently, as I mentioned a while back, one of them beat me up and I had to call the police. You can imagine what kind of mess that has caused in the family. Everything I've said still applies, no matter what. And you still have a big brother here to call on. I am a pretty vocal person about myself, who I am, and what I believe because I believe in people, what they can achieve given the right guidance and help, and will never give up on anyone. So being a girl makes no difference as far as I'm concerned. You are hurting and that's enough for me to know. I sort of knew anyway, so don't even give it a thought. I don't want to get into trouble because you are a minor, so we have to not cross some lines, but my words and advice is still the same and still comes from my heart.

You are a wonderful person, that I'm sure, and worth knowing as a person. I hope that you will at least re-read what I last wrote and think about seeking someone out that you can trust not to gossip or talk behind your back and get the right advice to help you see the light that is shining at the end of this mess.

No, I'm not going anywhere, and yes, I'm still here to talk to, and still a big brother.

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 4, 2011

good because that means alot to have a real big brother my brother is nothing like that stuff i do is with him that i probably souldnt do

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 4, 2011

Is this part of the problem with why you are so afraid to talk to someone? Are there some issues between you two that you don't want to happen? Just have to ask that because it's very important that if there are that you talk to your parents right away. But whatever is really at the root of your depression, it still needs to be brought out in the open and talked out with the right person so you can stop being so down and start being happy. As humans, we are not really made to be sad all the time. Our bodies physically react poorly to depression and sadness in the same way that our outside shows what's inside of us when we're happy. We smile, laugh, joke around, and learn to be comfortable with whomever we are meant to be inside.

You absolutely deserve to be happy and no one has the right to stand in your way of that, for any reason. Go to storiesbybm.blogspot.com, which is my blog site about hate, bullying, teen suicide (and also some political things.) Under the "Mission and Story" on the right side you can click on my name and it will let you send me an email.. We have to agree that we'll come back to this site periodically and let the others that have also tried to help with their comments know that you are okay and that you are taking some good steps towards getting the right kind of help that makes sense and works to and for you. With that agreement we'll go "off the grid" a little so we can talk about things that not everyone needs to have you put out on the internet.

If that works for you, then go to the site and you can send me an email from there. And rethink what I said earlier about who you can talk to and have confidence in and think about if you can take that step and start having some better days.

Thinking of you....your big bro.

Posted by Anonymous-aeaf6ea1, Nov 5, 2011

I don't think it is appropriate for you to contact a young teen on this website and invite her to go "offline" with you. You are not her "big brother" anymore than I am his big sister or big brother. You don't know him and neither do I. If your purpose on this website is to lure young teens away from the site, then I believe you need to rethink your desire to post comments here. I am concerned about the teens you are inviting to go "privately" chat with. I also think that you yourself need some professional counseling because you are not a professional and you are giving way too much advice.

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 5, 2011

You might want to climb out of your one-track rut and realize that some people do care about others. If you read the posts, this is not a "young teen boy", it happens to be a girl. We laid out the terms of how we would converse and respond back to the blog so that this young person, who is suffering from depression, can at least have a responsible adult provide some options on how to move on with their life in a positive way. If you think that every person out there in the world has "alternate" interests, then you are the one with the problem. I have a degree in counseling, have experienced depression, bullying, hate, and have felt the ignorance of some people (maybe you by the sounds of your one-track comment) and know quite well how to be responsible. FYI- neither of us knows the others location or has any interest in knowing same. So, if you have a positive comment to say to this young person struggling with depression and acceptance, then go ahead an let the rest of us hear it. It may help her, it may not, but make sure it comes from experience, education, and a willingness to put aside ignorance and stupidity for the betterment of that person. On that note, if you choose to offer some POSITIVE advice, don't hide behind "anonymous" and use your real name, like I have. If you have nothing positive to say, then please go about your business. I suggest you look at my blog because it is my mission to help anybody struggling with so many of these and other issues. Take the time to do your research before you jump to conclusions next time please.

Thank you f or your non-constructive criticism. Hopefully your next post will be directed at the right person with some helpful, positive thoughts.

Posted by Anonymous-aeaf6ea1, Nov 5, 2011

Wow, I'd say you should probably stop counseling others and go get some much needed anger management. Your reply just now does not resemble any reply I have ever read from a 'professional'. If you get that ticked off by what an anonymous post writes, then I doubt you will be effective with clients. i also don't think this website is particularly geared toward providing you with clients. maybe you should think about that before unleashing your misdirected anger upon others that actually do care about teens too.

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 5, 2011

I wouldn't exactly call that an angry reply. But yours was certainly pointed in one direction. I did however make a spelling mistake. Once again I would say that posting using an anonymous moniker certainly relieves you of any responsibility for your actions and comments. So to continue in this vein is a waste of time. Please, as I suggested, make constructive and positive comments towards this person who is having the problem.

This ends our "conversation" as it is not leading in a direction that will help anyone. My apologies for responding to your comment in the same tone as you wrote it.

As the saying goes, "the proof is in the pudding." BTW - I'm not looking for "clients", I have enough things to do already.

Conversation ended.

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Posted by Anonymous-8efa72f9, Nov 5, 2011

Foxauthor,
I believe you are kind, caring and sincere. I was afraid that her parent(s) would react the same way or worse than anonymous did. If they were to pass judgement or if she would have to defend herself for who she was talking to or on what site it could distract from what she really might want to talk about with them. I actually logged in to discuss that possibility when I saw the latest round of discussion. It is unfortunate that we live in a society that might warrant excessive caution and that people as genuine and nice as you might be more rare than an online predator. At least try to keep in mind that angry anonymous' comments probably originated from a concern for safety and I hope you don't let the angry part of it affect your kind heart.
Sincerely, a different anonymous

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 5, 2011

Thanks for your kind words. You're very right about the internet...I've been on the receiving end several times of talking to the wrong type of person and ended up getting hurt more than was necessary. Not everybody has a positive outlook on helping others and may have false intentions. Of course "anonymous" had good intentions, as I later commented after his post, and I could see that. There is a very fine line in cyberspace when it comes to right and wrong and it's easy to topple over and make a wrong decision. I did agree with "anonymous" on his later post and change my thinking on how to approach this. Thanks again for your insight. I bear no ill will towards anyone. We all have our own ways to approach a very serious issue and I believe that my words to this young person are correct and fairly consistent. Thanks again for your support.

Posted by Anonymous-aeaf6ea1, Nov 5, 2011

You were right that my comments were strictly from a parental standpoint. Maybe I was a bit strong in my choice of words but again, that's the mama bear in me. As a man on the internet, it is important to realize that writing to a teen girl should be very carefully considered. As a teen girl, it is important to realize that writing confidentially to an adult male online is not a good idea. I don't doubt that Foxauthor has good intentions. I'm just concerned mostly for this girl and hope that she is able to speak with her parents or a teacher she trusts. I think that is best in this situation. They can really help her, whereas, Foxauthor can only be an online friend, not someone that can take her to a counselor (if needed) or to a family doctor for a checkup (if needed). Hopefully, everyone understands where I am coming from now and can appreciate my concern for this teen and her feelings.

Posted by Anonymous-aeaf6ea1, Nov 5, 2011

Please reconsider your desire to communicate away from this website with Foxauthor. I do not believe he is a professional and should be giving you so much advice or inviting you to chat elsewhere. If it is something you need to discuss confidentially, it should be done with your parents, a teacher you know or someone else you trust that you actually KNOW. Do NOT get involved with someone from the internet, you do not know them and your parents would not like it either.

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 5, 2011

Actually "Anonymous", I pretty much agree with you on this. It is exactly in line with what I have been telling this young person, and overall, good advice. You will notice that in almost every conversation I have mentioned the subject of talking to the parents, school counselor, or a counseling center, and also provided as much information about how to go about doing those things. But sometimes talking to parents about things that are close to the heart can be the hardest thing for a young person to do. If you read one of her replies, she entrusted her cousin with some information and it may have caused more of a problem than what she has to deal with now. If you really want to do something to help this person, then continue to offer advice with solutions, not more issues to deal with.

Posted by Anonymous-aeaf6ea1, Nov 5, 2011

Foxauthor, sometimes people choose to post anonymously and that is perfectly fine on this website. Accusing others of not wanting to help a person is really not productive either. I did not accuse you of that, however, you have made that comment a couple of times concerning my posts. Anything you perceive as negative or critical of you was written only as a caution to a depressed teen that should talk to her parents, not go offline 'chatting' with an adult male she doesn't know. I believe you have good intentions now and that your judgment may have been a bit off in the beginning. It is good to see that you realize my point of view is 'parental'. I am a mother of two teens and I also have other experience that I do not need to justify to you. You are not the only person online that is able to help someone and your defensive comments weren't productive.

I suspect you responded in anger toward me because you were trying to help this teen. I believe we have the same goal now, after reading what you've written late last night. I am glad to see that you understand my concern (as a parent). I'm also thankful that you have chosen to stay on this thread because I believe that is the appropriate thing to do. I also have remained anonymous because I didn't want to encourage you to write to my inbox. I think it is best for the teen to witness our exchange and learn from it. Thank you for reconsidering and for doing what is in the best interest of the person asking for help, a teenaged girl. Hopefully, you see that as a mom I am strictly acting on maternal instinct and know that her mom would probably agree. Thanks again for your comments. I'm sure you have helped just as I am sure others, including myself, care about this girl and want her to know that we are only here to help her through her difficult time. Hopefully, through this she has realized it is really best to speak to her parents in order for her to get the help she truly needs. As a minor, it is a tough spot to be in when you aren't old enough to make certain decisions for yourself and need the adults in your life to help you in specific instances.

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Nov 5, 2011

Apparently I've struck a nerve with someone on the clinic blog who doesn't want to say who they are. But they do make a good point about talking to people you don't know on the internet, which is generally not a very good practice without your parents permission..

I've been reconsidering chatting offline and out of the mainstream of the place where we were talking. Although I am here for you at any time to talk to in confidence, I don't want to know where you live or any personal information other than to be able to shine a light in your life and give you some direction as to where to find positive and effective help. I firmly believe that you should give your parents the opportunity to help you. With their support you will be able to get out of this hole called depression and start to see that this will all go away down the road and that your feelings about xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx at your age are quite normal and part of growing up in a pretty tough world.

If you think that what you said is really at the root of your feeling bad, and believe me, it does hurt when xxxxxxxxxxx, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx issue, then try and think through this carefully However, the feelings you are experiencing are quite normal, and your parents would most likely say that they went through the very same thing when they were your age.

Talk to them. Be open and tell them how you really feel. Let them show you that they have your best interests at heart and only want you to be happy. As sort of an example, I have a son who, went through a really rough time when his first girlfriend dumped him, and it took him some time to get through the feelings of rejection and hurt.

But you will get through this, I promise, if you only open up to your parents, maybe your mom or whomever you are the closest to, and let them know how much you are hurting. Never underestimate the power of a parents love for their child. Someday you will have your own children and will remember this time in your life. At that time your biggest wish will most likely be for them to trust you enough as a parent for them to be as open with you as you need to be with your parents now.

Give it try. You may be very surprised.

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 4, 2011

and is there a way to get your email

nativefloridian

Posted by @nativefloridian, Nov 4, 2011

Who are you closest to? Your mom or your dad? I'd speak to the one that you feel most comfortable with talking about something really private. If you aren't sure about your parents, do you have someone else you are close with in your family that you could share this with? If you feel more comfortable with a friend's parent or a teacher, I'm sure they will be willing to listen and help you also. Just think about who YOU feel most comfortable telling. Then, that is who you should talk to first. They can help you sort it out after that.

Posted by Anonymous-aeaf6ea1, Nov 4, 2011

If you want to tell a parent or both parents, don't worry about how to tell them. Just tell them! That's what is most important here. You can do it! You are not alone, I had to tell my parents too.

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 4, 2011

how did they first respond to it

Posted by Anonymous-aeaf6ea1, Nov 5, 2011

They were very concerned about me. My parents believed me and told me I did the right thing by coming to talk to them.

alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 4, 2011

a week ago i was thinking to wait tell i was 18 so my parents didnt have to find out about it

foxauthor

Posted by @foxauthor, Oct 28, 2011

oops...I meant I AM almost off of the medications now...

andrewd

Posted by @andrewd, Oct 30, 2011

Being deppressed at this age myself, and not knowing it, I must say that it can and does get better. Please give your self a chance by talking to a school counselor a parent uncle aunt some one who doesnt just think that you can just get over this. One of my biggest strenths today is doing what is right , not allowing the uninform or uneducated to get in my way of recovery, having the joy of life back. Many suffer in silence due to stigma. This lie that is sold to many by the uninformed and uneducated is that all you need is this that or the other. Your depression could be from several causes enviromental or chemical balance of the brain . You did'nt not ask for what you suffer, and you can't wish it away but you can get much better with it if you do the hard thing and take action, please you are worth it.GBG

donnaburch

Posted by @donnaburch, Nov 8, 2011

My oldest daughter is 13yrs old and has inatentive ADHD and suffers from depression from it. The depression is mainly because low selfesteem and being so hard on herself and being so upset that things aren't working out in school. When she first came to me and told me it hurt to hear but I was so glad she came to me and told me that she was feeling sad so that I could get her the help she needed, and so I could be the parent she needed, but to be honest I knew. Depression affects everyone in the home and it changes the way you normaly act. I commend you for looking for a group to talk to, but I think you need to also talk to your parents. I bet they already know.

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alex77

Posted by @alex77, Nov 21, 2011

if they know why would they say anything

peacekeeper

Posted by @peacekeeper, Nov 14, 2011

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ramonarae

Posted by @ramonarae, Jan 7, 2012

please be careful on here, i noticed how many comments you got and most seem to be from older men. just be careful and my prayers are with you.

humando

Posted by @humando, Feb 20, 2012

Good nutrition, plenty of exercise, and regular, consistent sleep have amazing affects on people!

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