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User avatar #8854 - mrnomnomnom
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(06/30/2012) [-]
Hey there Advice board :)
I just want to start by saying that I don't really have a specific group of friends. I'm kind of a social butterfly. I don't really have any "best" friends. Just a lot of okay ones.
Out of all my friends though, I am kind of the "therapist". I am the guy that people come to to talk about their problems with.
Anyways, if no one is really helping you out with your problem on here, send me a message, and I'll do my absolute best. Helping people is something I like to do, so don't hold back. I'd be more than happy to help you out :)

I can especially help you if your problem is depression, love issues, dating advice, divorce issues, bullying, school/grades, issues between friends, ADD, and ADHD. I've gone through all of these myself, so I can sympathize.

TL;DR To anyone reading this, feel free to ask me for help with your problem, if you need to.
(Please no trolls. Only serious problems.)
User avatar #8866 to #8854 - pottslande
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(06/30/2012) [-]
I'm a Neuroscience major, my boyfriend of a year is a Film major with alot of time on his hands. How do I balance time with him vs time studying in college, and help him understand that I can't be with him as often right now because I'm finishing my AA?
User avatar #8868 to #8866 - mrnomnomnom
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With the balancing of your time, I would just say that if you really want to make time for both, then just do whatever you can, and work as hard as you can.
And if your boyfriend doesn't understand that sometimes your work is more important, then he isn't meant to be with you. If he really, truly loves you, and you love him, then he'll understand, and let you be you.