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- any tips for a highscooler?
This one's fire
remember the basics of CQC
Be afraid, but don't let it stop you from trying.
I went to an amusement park today.
When I woke up this morning, I dreaded roller coasters. They terrified me. The thought of going to this park with a friend I hardly knew was like a heavy weight on my shoulders. When we got on the first ride, I walked on, held my breath, and held his hand.
It was one of the best days of my life.
And I'm not just saying that to cheer you up.
Be kind, even to people who aren't kind to you. Probably the only thing I regret about high school was not taking the chance to just be kind.
YOU SEE GIRL U LIKE
GO AFTER HER RIGHT NOW
CAUSE IF U WAIT
IT WILL BE
Never get into a long distance relationship.
It's important to take chances. You will regret it more when you don't take it chance than when you do take it and fail. You can get over heartbreak. No one who rejects you can possibly be worth more than a few weeks of your time, max. Regret from a "what if" never goes away.
However, it's also very important to know your limits. There are plenty of chances you'll regret taking too. Don't get yourself into a relationship with someone who won't let you go for the rest of your life, long after you break up with them. Don't promise someone you'll be with them forever. Don't knock someone up and screw things up for yourself in the long run. Be brave, not stupid.
man, i've been having sleepless nights cringing on how I got rejected by my crush about a month ago, and i'm being realistic and stuff, i'm trying to just get her out of my mind, but the thing is i've never gotten a no, i just asked her out and she stopped talking to me, and avoided contact at school. i fell inlove with her around 3 weeks after my ex and I broke up, and i thought i'd be able to ace this. i just can't get her out of my head, purely because i'll never know what she thinks about it.
Yeah cringe moments are the worst, especially if it's with someone you'll know and see constantly because every time you're closer to forgetting, you'll see them and they'll dig the wound fresh again. You really can't forget about it, the best thing you can do with yourself is come to terms with what happened. And the most important thing you can do is be honest with yourself.
Did you harass her, harm her physically or mentally, or were you just being yourself and she just isn't into you? If it's the latter (I hope) then just accept that she isn't into you. There's nothing you can do about that, and it's not a problem with you. You might never know what she thinks about it (unless you confront her; it's up to her whether or not she wants to talk to you or tell you), but then again, does it matter in the end? This is someone who doesn't care about you back, the best thing you can do with yourself is shrug, move on, and stop caring what she thinks about you. Time will pass and she won't think gay purple horse, ce about it; you don't have to either.
She's a girl from my biology class, and around 2 weeks before me and my ex of 1.5 years broke up, I noticed she started dropping tiny hints (she's very quiet, almost never heard her speak before i noticed them) like random hallway smiles or stares, random conversations about school. anyway, my and gf broke up, I decided i'm gonna lay low for a while, because i wanted to take some time for myself. around a month and a half ago, she started sitting next to me at the bus station, and sitting close to me on the bus clearly when there was alot of space. we still haven't talked much though. i thought i'd try maybe getting closer. around a month ago, i finaly talked to her for a little on the bus. i just randomly said "hey" and then she lit up the most beautiful smile i've ever seen. she looked like she just WAITED for me to tell her that "hey". we talked for a bit and then we both headed home (she lived in my village, but i've almost never seen her here because she rarely leaves her house). after a few days of random conversations i decided to text her out of the blue (don't know why i thought this is a good idea). I texted her " Hey ------, listen, i really like you and if you'd wanna hang out sometime together that'd be awesome." she then read it, and asked "what does this mean" and i panicked and told her "idk just hang out i guess". she then read it and didn't reply for like 2 hours. i felt like i should type something incase she's out of words, and i said "listen this is totaly not forced okay, if you're not on the same page that's perfectly fine", again, read, never replied. she then started speeding down the halls at school when i walked besides her, she stopped sitting next to me on the bus, stopped completly with the random smiles. i was pretty bummed out about this, and a week ago something happened that made me feel even worse, i saw her and a friend at the entrance to the library (i was heading there for a project) and she saw me, speeded beside me down to her class, looking the other way. then her friend didn't see me, so she didn't understand why she would just run away like that, and then her friend saw me and just started laughing her ass off. now i don't know what that means but that made me pretty butthurt. i've been very cautious about not pressuring her at all, and just didn't talk to her after we texted because i didn't want her to feel bad.
dude I think she probably had a major crush on you but has never been in a relationship before and is sorta shy in general so she got nervous/scared about how fast things were moving when you texted that to her without warning (also those texts were way too vauge). and I think it's likely that her friend was actually laughing at HER, for being such a puss about her feelings for you.
I think your best course of action is to call her out to some meeting place (gently, otherwise she'll run away again) and talk it over in person. be clear, and just say you like her and ask if she likes you back. then boom, you're dating. or you cleared up the misunderstanding and she no longer runs away.
I've got around 2 hours with her on the bus today, cause there's this school trip thing and we go by busses according to our villages
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don't give a shit about grades.
give a shit about learning and understanding the material, and grades will follow. Knowing the information and being able to use it as the ground work for higher up education is 10000x more important than a GPA.
the most important thing you can develop in highschool is a healthy work ethic and being intrinsically motivated.
The first year of college is easy work wise, but difficult for some (me included) because extrinsically motivated students can't handle the shift from teacher+parents back patting over everything to just being expected to get shit done, on their own time.
TL;DR lift some iron, get your dick felt, read a book and enjoy the time you have in highschool because college will be gay purple horse, ce as fun and four times more terrifying.
Look online for a pdf of "Models" by Mark Manson. That will help with the positive ideology required to build meaningful relationships. Also, in high school it's difficult to be overly direct as you see the guys/girls on a day to day basis, so straight up asking people out is difficult at that age.
Something I recommend is just being a person who plans events (bowling, swimming at pools/beaches, movie/video game nights) and just invite a lot of people you're friendly with. Go out of your way to ask people how they're doing and put a positive, carefree, and humorous attitude into every interaction. This is especially true with people you don't get along well with. The first step is to realize you are a valuable person, and happiness begins within yourself. Others will notice and won't be able to resist the magnetic pull you have.
Read books also! A very important one here IMO is Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People". Invest in yourself, take care of your body, watch what you eat, and make yourself valuable.
You won't regret it
But you will regret not taking chances
I came back because I feel like I didn't stress how strongly I feel about taking chances
I'm turning 26 this month
And I STILL have regrets about missed opportunities in high school
College as well
Life gets far more tame after school
So make memories now, while you're still experiencing feelings and emotions so powerfully
and while your failed risks don't really have much of an impact on your future
The healthy choice
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Beware the nice ones
the main one, although this has since been retconned out of existence by a certain reviled storyline I will forevere refuse to name.
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