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- Okay no. If some asshole ever felt entitled enough to say &quo…
I just need to let this out
Most guys are usually wolves, and you know flirting and what not. It's not a good idea to keep a girl and a guy alone for long periods of time no matter what kind of relationship you have. I mean I understand that giving them the ultimatum of "It's me or him" is kind of immature but it's something that should be considered at times. It's controlling yes, it's not the nicest thing to do, yes. It makes you look like a complete asshole and immature but you know what, I feel like sometimes it has to be a choice. If you had a SO that would blow you off you would be pissed off, especially for another guy/girl.
In all seriousness it's not okay, i'm sure if you have or had an SO that blew you off constantly and ignored your feelings like our main man up here, then the ultimatum sounds like a good choice. She knows that it's hurting him yet she continues to do so and I know it's her choice to have friends and what not, shes not entitled to just him and not anyone else aka family and friends.
You know, this is what I would do and I was just trying to give him another perspective of what someone would do in this situation. I was recently in the same situation and it doesn't feel good at all. I guess you just got to really get to know someone before you actually commit feelings for them. Everyone will make mistakes and whether he chooses an ultimatum or not is up to him. It just seems like he's on a leash and I don't want him to be on a leash because many have been in his situation. Everyone's entitled to their own opinion on things so yeah. I'm sorry I may have upset you, I wasn't going for any triggering or making anyone salty today. Good day.
- And your advice is very valuable, because you're absolutely ri…
- Dude, I'm failing because I don't do the work. The only subjec…
- The issue there is that I already know for a fact that I'm not…
- I appreciate that concern, but that's not exactly solid, and w…
Then tell me about your situation.
Why are you doing bad in school? Why don't you care?
Look man, I was homeschooled and ended up having to teach myself through middle school and high school.
I slacked the hell off. I didn't see a point. I did whatever I wanted to do. I screwed around on the internet all day instead of studying and trying. At the time I was really depressed. I didn't see a point in trying, much less a point in living.
Because of myself, I am abysmal in math.
Because of myself, I am not great with geography, biology, history, chemistry, science, etc.
Let's face it. You've given up and you're justifying it.
So tell me why you've given up.
You wouldn't be here posting about it if you were confident in your choice -- If you were confident in your life. But you're not.
So what's going wrong? Where did it begin and how did it bring you to where you're at now?
And your advice is very valuable, because you're absolutely right in most cases of people wanting to drop out.
It's just not relating to me in particular.
Dude, I'm failing because I don't do the work. The only subject I'm not very good in is math, I'm pretty much awesome at every other subject I've had to take.
I'm posting because I'm nervous of what my parents will say, not because I don't know what I want.
Your situation is nothing like mine; it's not because I've given up because it's "too hard".
It's too boring, it's draining the fun out of my life, and it's not the path I want for myself regardless, even if I do graduate (which I won't).
I'm wasting my time and I know myself: I am not going to be happy in this routine, or going to college, even if I'm passing every single class.
It's just not my thing, dude.
It's not everyone's thing.
I'm aware that it would be smart to have some education under my belt in the future, but it is a risk I'm willing to take, and if I need a job I know where I can get one (my dad owns a tile delivery company and I'm sure I could work at the yard where he keeps the shipping trucks if I needed to).
I know it's not a perfect plan, but I know I'm going to be okay and whatever happens I will at least be happy.
And I can promise you this; whatever I accomplish then will be a lot more productive than what I've been doing (or could do at this point) in school.
I've never viewed this as giving up, I've viewed it as going in a different direction.
I'm not going to lie, I was at one point justifying avoiding responsibility, but my plan at that time didn't involve any responsibility.
I'm prepared to fail several times, I'm prepared to work for what I want.
This is just not the way to do it, and that's been evident ever since sixth grade.
- Then the problem is that they're obnoxious, not that they're h…
- I know, I don't think she meant harm with her comment and I st…
- Thank you so much for that advice, by the way. I very much nee…
- I have considered this, but because I'm interested in freelanc…
- Okay no, the problem is not compliments, the problem is street…
she explicitly stated random compliments though...
I know, I don't think she meant harm with her comment and I stated that I know she's talking about this post in particular, I only felt the need to point this out because dismissive comments like that are harmful in general. In context, I'm aware she's not doing anything wrong.
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