Don't ask "Are you sure?"
Because that person is VERY confused. They don't know what they want. Keep arm's distance until this person figures it out.
You need to confront her. Either she's onboard with both of you doing it, or she needs to knock it off. From experience, there are some deep issues she needs to deal with. You are not her toilet.
Of course, there's a way. I have close female friends, married and not, that I've know since college. It just depends on the individuals
You ABSOLUTELY are missing something. It could be she keeps picking the wrong guys, or she just leaves on her own. Caveat Emptor- buyer beware!!!
She's probably right. In fact, you'd probably high five the guy. She is in charge of her own body. Don't question it.
Nothing. Just explain that life has its twists and turns. It's actually great that the two of you know each other that well.
Because unfortunately, he will always be at risk. By calling himself that, he keeps it at the forefront of his mind and is always conscious of it. Otherwise, he's at risk.
He's 18, he's an adult. His parents are just going to have to deal with it. Stay close to your nieces and nephews!! Sounds like they need it.
Call him on it as soon as he does it, especially in front of other people. Just talk over him and say, "Excuse you! You are interrupting me!" If he does it again, tell him he's rude.
Because you may be a "clothing disabled male" like me. She wants you to look good. Let her make you look good, dummy!
That's a HUGE warning sign. Not only should you worry, you should not go out again unless he gives it to you. Think about it. Why would someone not want you to know their last name. He's hiding something.
Some people come out of rehabs with a cult-like mentality, while others come out much better people. Hopefully, she's in the second group. Only time will tell.
You need to give him an ultimatum. Either he protects you, or it's over
Work can be an addiction and a nasty one. Just be careful
In recovery means the person has gone through a process, 12 step or otherwise, and is maintaining sobriety. Unfortunately, the neurological pathways that create addiction will remain, so the person is always an addict ... but hopefully in recovery.
If he has nothing to hide, he should willingly go get tested. Can't be too safe in this day and age. You both will feel safer knowing there's nothing to stop you from going forward ... unless there is.
Not sure what you mean by "little," but I'll assume you mean money for the sake of answering. The short answer is "yes," but it does make it harder
Take a hard look at why you broke with her to begin with. That will give you the clue as to why it's unhealthy. Why would you put yourself through that. Love yourself enough to take care of yourself.
Does he seem interested in everything you say and do? Do his eyes stay focused on you? Does he smile at you all the time? etc. etc. etc. Hello!!!!
You got pranked. Just go along with it because there's really nothing you can do. Trust me, they are not the first set of twins to do this.
All you can do is keep telling her what you've told her. It's all coming from her, so there's very little you can do. She REALLY needs some professional help.
All you can do is suggest some short-term therapy. That way there's an objective third person who is a professional that can help you two deal with it.
First, let's start with this. Who says it's not ok at 19? You're an adult after 18, so it's your decision to own. Stop listening to those who might judge you.
NO!! It is NOT your fault, and you did nothing wrong. It's not your job to control her. That's not what a bf is for. She's embarrassed and trying to put the blame on someone else. I call bullshit on her, and so should you.