Hey I hope you’re still holding strong there!! My biggest advice would be to share your fears and worries with your family, friends and boyfriend. If what they do and say doesn’t cheer you up, think about the effort they put towards their relationship with you. Surely they’re people that will be there for you even if you’re far away? :) Also, maybe see if there’s anything you can do to visit the college or any program’s or I don’t know what to call them but like, lunches or dinners for people who are going to go to the college? You could try getting there a week or a few days earlier than you need to so that you can meet some people there so that when the stress of college starts, you’re not alone. I know you probably want to stay with everyone as long as you can. But if you can do anything that can make your transition to college in another country more comfortable, well maybe that’s the better option. Whatever you do, stick with your gut feeling and remember that Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and especially Skype were made for things like this. I hope you can keep up a long distance relationship between your friends and boyfriend and hold onto your connection to your family. Also remember to enjoy college! Not everyone has the chance to go to another country for college :) I hope some of this helps out even if it’s a little
Good luck xoxo
Okay, I can’t say I know what this feels like, but I’ll give it my best shot. One thing is to try telling him how you feel, maybe he can give you the comfort you need to move on. Another thing is try going on a fun date with a guy who seems interesting, even if it’s one date it might help to give you a push forward. Or spend all that time you use negatively thinking about what could’ve been into something you’re interested in, for example you could take up learning to draw or mixing music or something else that interests you. There will be other people and I’m sure it’s hard but you can do it. Good luck xoxo
My boyfriend’s sister winked at me while we were having a conversation about him.
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Well I personally prefer to live using that ‘forgive and forget’ saying but sometimes that doesn’t apply. I think you should try talking with her about what happened while you were away and talk to her and approach her at school. If she doesn’t become comfortable talking to you at school for whatever reason maybe consider forgiving then forgetting and not being friends with her, who wants a friend who’s embarrassed to talk to them. Also makes a pros and cons list about being friends with her, a simple way of figuring out the more reasonable thing to do. And finally when it all comes down to it, go with your gut feeling, whatever feels like the right thing to do. I hope this helps you and I hope people don’t talk about you behind your back anymore. It’s not a nice thing, I know. Good luck xoxo