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  • Can a relationship with a toxic beginning become healthy and turn out well?

    I started dating my boyfriend about 2 years ago, and I love him more than I can express. However, I often worry that his love for me was built on pity.

    When we met, I was suicidal, selfish, and desperate for attention. As he helped me through a difficult time, we developed feelings for each other. I'm no longer suicidal, and I'm much more mature than I was then (I hope), but I can't help but worry that because of how badly the relationship began, it's bound to fall apart.

    The first time he told me he loved me was when I was being really down on myself. Things are so much different now, but is it possible that, even after 2 years, his feelings for me are feelings of protectiveness and pity? Could he really love me, or does he think he loves me because he's attached that feeling of protection and fear for my life to love?

    On the other hand, is it possible that I've attached those feelings of desperation and hopelessness to him, creating a sense of emotional dependency on him that isn't healthy? I truly love him, but I wonder if I'll always connect my unstable mindset from when I first met him to our relationship.

    Neither of us had been in a relationship before meeting each other, and therefore we didn't/don't know what to expect from one. But just as a side note, my boyfriend does an amazing job at expressing how much he loves me, through random visits/surprises, super long letters, thoughtful homemade gifts, etc. We're also (in my opinion) super compatible.

    1 AnswerSingles & Dating5 days ago
  • Can a relationship with a bad beginning have a happy ending?

    I started dating my boyfriend about 2 years ago, and I love him more than I can express. However, I often worry that his love for me was built on pity.

    When we met, I was suicidal, selfish, and desperate for attention. As he helped me through a difficult time, we developed feelings for each other. I'm no longer suicidal, and I'm much more mature than I was then (I hope), but I can't help but worry that because of how badly the relationship began, it's bound to fall apart.

    The first time he told me he loved me was when I was being really down on myself. Things are so much different now, but is it possible that, even after two years, his feelings for me are feelings of protectiveness and pity? Could he really love me, or does he think he loves me because he's attached that feeling of protection and fear for my life to love?

    On the other hand, is it possible that I've attached those feelings of desperation and hopelessness to him, creating a sense of emotional dependency on him that isn't healthy? I truly love him, but I wonder if I'll always connect my unstable mindset from when I first met him to our relationship.

    Neither of us had been in a relationship before meeting each other, and therefore we didn't/don't know what to expect from one. But just as a side note, my boyfriend does an amazing job at expressing how much he loves me, through random visits/surprises, super long letters, thoughtful homemade gifts, etc. We're also (in my opinion) super compatible.

    2 AnswersSingles & Dating6 days ago
  • What is the punishment for underage, accidental/involuntary manslaughter? Is there a punishment at all?

    For example, what would the sentence be for a 16 year old boy who was chopping vegetables and turned around too quickly and stabbed someone? Totally unrealistic, I know, but it's for a story I'm writing.

    5 AnswersLaw & Ethics7 months ago
  • What is the punishment for an underage, accidental murder? Is there a punishment at all?

    For example, what would a 17 year old be charged if he was like running with scissors and someone came out of nowhere and he accidentally stabbed them and they died? This is so random but I'm wondering for a book I'm writing haha.

    4 AnswersLaw & Ethics7 months ago
  • Why do I feel like I have to concentrate on breathing?

    It feels like I have to concentrate on order breathe. If I'm not thinking about it, I only half breathe in. It causes me to be constantly tired and have a foggy mind. But it's hard to always focus on breathing, not to mention, when I sleep, I wake up exhausted because of how little oxygen I received during the night. Does anyone know what that means? Why do I have to focus on breathing and is there anything I can do to help it?

    2 AnswersRespiratory Diseases8 months ago
  • Which of my 3 book ideas is the most interesting?

    Idea 1:

    Asher, a teenage boy with pure black eyes and a broken collarbone, accidentally and tragically kills his sister on the day of his mother's funeral. When the heartbroken boy and a stranger named Violet are mistakenly paired as roommates at a boarding school, Asher uses his pain to emotionally and physically abuse Violet. However, in his attempts to make her miserable, he grows to love her. Ashamed of himself, Asher sneaks off campus to commit suicide, but Violet follows, and the two suddenly become tangled in a toxic yet enthralling romance, which soon transforms into a horror when Asher loses his sanity and becomes homicidal.

    Idea 2:

    Elliot is a skilled gamer with pitch black hair and purple eyes. Madeline is his online gaming partner with faded pink hair and green eyes. When their other online friend goes inactive under suspicious circumstances, Elliot, Madeline, and the rest of their online clan leave home to find him, unknowingly throwing themselves into a journey involving stolen segways, too many sour straws, camping under the stars, and forbidden kisses in RV's, ultimately leading to the discovery of a dark truth about their missing friend, and each other.

    Idea 3:

    Two teenage boys, devoted satanists, hack into social media accounts and use harsh language to draw others to suicide. When a girl at their high school begins to catch on to them, they kidnap and abuse her in the bomb shelter beneath the school. When one of the satanists starts to fall for her, she

    4 AnswersBooks & Authors9 months ago
  • Which of my 3 book ideas is the best?

    Idea 1:

    Asher, a teenage boy with pure black eyes and a broken collarbone, accidentally and tragically kills his sister on the day of his mother's funeral. When the heartbroken boy and a stranger named Violet are mistakenly paired as roommates at a boarding school, Asher uses his pain to emotionally and physically abuse Violet. However, in his attempts to make her miserable, he grows to love her. Ashamed of himself, Asher sneaks off campus to commit suicide, but Violet follows, and the two suddenly become tangled in a toxic yet enthralling romance, which soon transforms into a horror when Asher loses his sanity and becomes homicidal.

    3 AnswersBooks & Authors9 months ago
  • What are some iconic subordinate clauses?

    I'm writing a novel and I want to make my characters more individual and memorable. I thought a good way to start with their development would be their diction. Any ideas? Also, if you have any tips on novel writing or character development, please comment those as well! Thank you! :)

    2 AnswersBooks & Authors9 months ago
  • Something feels...off. What do these symptoms mean?

    For context, I'm 16 years old. I weigh 95 pounds, and I'm 5'2". For the past few months I have not been feeling like myself. My symptoms include:

    ~ massive stomachaches (feels like stomach is on fire)

    ~ trouble swallowing (as if esophagus is swollen)

    ~ falling asleep suddenly (recently I've been falling asleep while sitting up with objects in hand and in public/noisy situations)

    ~ ringing in ears (no pattern identified)

    ~ inability to vomit (I've thrown up at least once a month my whole life, but in the past few months I have been unable to throw up)

    ~ heart abnormalities (feels like heart is being squeezed; heart rate jumps suddenly, even while lying or sitting down; often woken up by these pains)

    ~ blurry vision (comes on suddenly)

    ~ brain fogginess (several times a day my brain "shivers"; unable to identify a pattern, but it feels like mind is shaking or water is being poured on it, often followed by loss of memory of the past few minutes)

    ~ queasiness (similar to feeling malnourished, however, I've been feeling like this even when I'm well fed)

    ~ blackouts (eyes go suddenly completely black and then gradually fade back into light)

    ~ horrific nightmares (almost always include murder, kidnapping, and rape, and are often set in ancient times unfamiliar to me)

    ~ bloody noses (nearly every day, painful, feels like head is being crushed in)

    ~ involuntary emotional expression (sudden laughter or crying at strange times, unable to control)

    What's wrong with me? :(

    6 AnswersOther - Diseases9 months ago
  • What do these symptoms mean?

    For context, I'm 16 years old. I weigh 95 pounds, and I'm 5'2". For the past few months I have not been feeling like myself. My symptoms include:

    ~ massive stomachaches (feels like stomach is on fire)

    ~ trouble swallowing (as if esophagus is swollen)

    ~falling asleep suddenly (recently I've been falling asleep while sitting up with objects in hand and in public/noisy situations)

    ~ringing in ears (no pattern identified)

    ~inability to vomit (I've thrown up at least once a month my whole life, but in the past few months I have been unable to throw up)

    ~heart abnormalities (feels like heart is being squeezed; heart rate jumps suddenly while lying or sitting down; causes me to wake up from the pain these pains several times)

    ~blurry vision (comes on suddenly)

    ~brain fogginess (several times a day my brain "shivers"; unable to identify a pattern, but it feels like mind is shaking or water is being poured on it, often followed by loss of memory of the past few minutes)

    ~queasiness (similar to feeling malnourished, however, I've been feeling like this even when I'm well fed)

    ~blackouts (eyes go suddenly completely black and then gradually fade back into light)

    ~horrific nightmares (almost always include murder, kidnapping, and rape, and are often set in ancient times unfamiliar to me)

    ~bloody noses (nearly every day, painful, feels like head is being crushed in)

    ~involuntary emotional expression (sudden laughter or crying at strange times, unable to control)

    What's wrong with me?

    1 AnswerOther - Diseases9 months ago
  • What do these symptoms mean?

    I haven't been feeling well. For context, I'm 16 years old. I weigh approximately 95 pounds, and I'm 5'2". For the past few months I have not been feeling like myself. My symptoms include:

    ~ massive stomachaches (feels like my stomach is on fire)

    ~ trouble swallowing (as if my esophagus is swollen)

    ~ falling asleep suddenly (recently I've been falling asleep while sitting up with objects in hand and lights on, which is not like me)

    ~ sudden ringing in ears (I haven't been able to identify a pattern with this)

    ~ inability to vomit (my whole life, I've thrown up at least once a month, but in the past few months I have been unable to throw up)

    ~ severe heart pains (feels like someone is squeezing my heart with their hands; in fact, on multiple occasions, I have woken up in the middle of the night with these pains)

    ~ blurry vision (comes on suddenly)

    ~ brain fogginess (several times a day I experience what feels like my brain is shivering; I have been unable to identify a pattern, but it feels like my mind is shaking, and I often lose memory of whatever I was previously thinking about)

    ~ queasiness (similar to the feeling I get when I haven't eaten, however, I've been feeling like this even when I'm well fed)

    ~ blackouts (randomly my eyes go completely black and then gradually fade back into light)

    ~ horrific nightmares (they almost always include murder, kidnapping, and rape, and are often set in ancient times that are unfamiliar to me)

    What do these things mean, if anything?

    8 AnswersOther - Diseases9 months ago
  • Can't remember the name of this movie or tv show! Help!?

    For context, I am a sixteen years old. I have this vague memory of a movie, or maybe an episode from a tv show, about a few girls going on an adventure for a purpose that I don't know. I think they might have been playing a game. I remember that their names were Sapphire, Ruby, and Emerald. There may have been others. I remember one scene in which they entered a cave, and I only remember that they called out "hello" and their voices echoed. I also remember a scene towards the end in which the girls reached a gate. After trying to open it up with different passcodes and other things, one of them finally said "open...sesame?" as a joke, not thinking it would work, and then it opened. I don't remember what was beyond the gate, but it was probably some treasure of some sort, or whatever it was that they were looking for. Does anyone know what movie/tv show this is?????? It's eating me alive!

    1 AnswerMovies10 months ago