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I need advice on what advice to give to a young girl?

I need advice on what advice to give to a young girl? Topic: Who is the sister of megan young
June 16, 2019 / By Corey
Question: I have a thirteen year old sister who has a lot of friends who know me. A few of these friends of hers (the less annoying ones) communicate with me through my space. One of them got very upset last night because some boy threatened her that she was going to lose her virginity that night. Now I don't know how young girls think, but that sounds like a stupid thing to get upset about. But it made her really upset. She was even crying and puking and all afterward. She wrote me a long message on my space explaining it all to me. (For some reason, many of my sister's friends come to me for advice. I guess I just radiate wisdom). Nearly all of her friends have huge crushes on me (I honestly don't see why. I'm just a goof ball, pretty much). They just think I'm the coolest thing. But I kind of wanted to use this to kind of build her up, and reinforce her beliefs. Her virtues are solid. She wants to remain a virgin until marriage. If she could see that I'm still waiting out on my viginity until marriage, perhaps that would be something powerful to her: seeing this 22 year old college student, whom she pictures as Mr. Homecoming King Stud guy--seeing that he's still a virgin and is LOVING HIS WIFE WHEN HE HASN'T EVEN MET HER YET. I was just wondering what a young girl like this should hear from me. Any random advice would help. I don't want to just sound cheesy, so I reckoned to consult the wisdom that is yahoo answers. Thanks guys.
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Arthur Arthur | 1 day ago
I would just tell her that everything will be alright and that there is nothing to worry about. Just comfort her in anyway that you can. If she can or needs to tell her to stand up to him and tell him that she doesn't want to lose her virginity at all because she isn't ready and she wants to wait till marriage. If she believes in being a virgin, more power to her. The reason that she looks up to you is because you are an adult figure to her and you are someone that she can trust when she needs help. Like I said earlier just be there to comfort her and tell her to stand up to him, because the only thing he wants is sex and if he wants it he can go somewhere else instead of to this young girl who has high standards or virtues. I hope that this helped. Megan
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Arthur Originally Answered: Women, I like a girl that is overweight can you please give me advice?
I am a man and I will answer this question for you. Where is it written that you have to date Ms. Skinny or Ms. Athletic? You really should love this woman or any woman you are romantically involved with for who she is as a person. Not for what she looks like. On the same token, your woman in question should lose the excess weight for her own health benefits. Not to please you or be eye candy for anyone else. Regardless of who you date or eventually marry, you are going to find out that looks are going to fade away as the two of you get older. Even if you marry a fit woman. What are you going to do should she gain weight having your children? Are you going to dump and divorce her because she put on baby fat? How about when her hair turns grey or she develops wrinkles on her face? You need to understand that looks fade away. Content of character is forever. Lets flip the script the other way. How would you like it if she were to dump you when you gain weight? Married guys tend to do that. How about when you lose your hair? You should never fall in love with a look. Sure looks can get attract and get a guy's attention. You should demand that there is more to a woman than just being a pretty face and a night tight body. Who would you rather marry? An average looking woman who is a sweetheart and you can relate to on a personal level or a perfect 10 who is a complete ***** who contributes little to nothing towards a relationship? Ask any person who is married to their spouses for a long time. They will tell you that they are with their husbands/wives because they love them and they are beautiful to them regardless of what they look like.
Arthur Originally Answered: Women, I like a girl that is overweight can you please give me advice?
You may be seeking someone from a small area, forcing yourself to seek love there. Just know there are many amazing people in the world and it is not limited to people at your church. I don't think she is the girl for you. Try to find someone else where. You don't like her being overweight, that's your choice. Find someone you could respect. Just be open to look for her and to give her the chance to. Good luck.
Arthur Originally Answered: Women, I like a girl that is overweight can you please give me advice?
Your going to break that poor girls heart. If you don't love her, if your embarrassed to be seen with her, if your not attracted to her then leading her on is the wrong thing to do. You should fall in love with someone because of who they are, what they look like, not what you expect them to become. It isn't fair to expect someone to change for you.

Uriella Uriella
Actually I would tell her what you said here - that you are waiting and you respect her decision - if she looks up to you, she will want to emulate you, and hopefully make good choices. That was not a stupid thing for her to get upset about though - it sounds a bit like a threat of rape, which is a serious deal. If this boy who threatened her really did threaten her, someone (authorities) need to talk to him and she needs to stay away from him. Don't use her crush on you to build her up - that is a bit like leading her on (or she may think it is, even if you aren't meaning it that way) - make sure you reinforce that you are too old for her, and you are only a friend to her - but you wanted to give her this advice. Good luck - I think you are doing a good thing.
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Uriella Originally Answered: Any advice for young writers?
Read as much as you can and write as much as you can. If there are any particular genres that you want to write, try and read anything you can get your hands on in that genre (a library card comes in handy here!). Also, books on writing are fantastic. I have a huge addiction to them. Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg and Bird By Bird by Anne Lamott are two favorites, no matter what you want to write. On Writing Well by William Zinsser is a great resource for nonfiction (which would be helpful for you getting through school). Ursula LeGuin, Stephen King, and Orson Scott Card also all have books on writing which were interesting reads. Write something every day. Maybe poetry, maybe you'll work on a short story or novel, maybe just some journaling-- it doesn't matter, just get words down on the page every day. Like any skill, it takes practice. Be determined. It is a hard road, and even the most talented writers of our time have piles of rejection slips from when they were first starting out. Don't let that get you down! You'll continue to learn and grow and your work will be published in exactly the right place if you are persistant. When you're ready to submit your works, check out the book Writer's Market or their website writersmarket.com. They have a huge database of publishers, magazines, and websites that accept all kinds of writing. Do you have any stories or poems now? Someday could be sooner than you think! It is a little pricey to buy the book, so I'd recommend looking for it at the library (or maybe asking for it for the next gift-giving holiday in your life). If you have a desire to write novels, check out NaNoWriMo at www.nanowrimo.org-- it's a novel writing competition where the goal is to write 50,000 words in the month of November. It's intense, but an amazing feeling when you accomplish it! Just remember that it takes a lot of hard work, but if this is what you want to do then you CAN and WILL succeed! Good luck, and always keep writing.
Uriella Originally Answered: Any advice for young writers?
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