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Guys.what's up with the sudden maturity? Is it possible? I'm nauseous again.yikes! Clarify for me?

Guys.what's up with the sudden maturity? Is it possible? I'm nauseous again.yikes! Clarify for me? Topic: Writing letters for kids at camp
July 22, 2019 / By Elba
Question: I met a guy at Christian summer camp. He pursued me and the most we did was hug and I left him with my number he called lots after, but was always acting like he had something better to do. He seemed like a bit of a player, but kinda wasn't. After years of this on and off behavior he wrote me a hand written 2 page letter apologizing for the way he was. Apparently he was getting high all the time. I had no clue. Well, that explained a lot. He went off to the Air Force for years and just re-enlisted for another 5 years. I've never had a boyfriend and of course he knows it and I'm a pro at waiting. He gets to come home in a few months and wants me to move a few states over to his house and wait so we can get married and have kids. He said he's not proposing over yahoo it's tacky. He said he's changed and for me the fact that he even was willing to ask me all this shows it. He said he's never told me because he figured I wouldn't want to move away from my family, but he's wrong. I would be homesick, but I would do it. I'm freakin out! I figure if he was trying to get in my pants he would of tried FOREVER ago. I've been praying for a long time for my future husband and yes he does love Jesus. We've been friends for almost 10 years. I'm holding back on talking about the future too much because I don't want mess us up. In fact I almost think he's gonna propose when he gets back. Again.....FREAKING OUT! Okay I feel nauseous again...do I give us a second chance to get to know each other and is this sudden maturity possible? P.S. I don't wanna be anybody's door mat! Give your opinions! By the way I'm 23 and he's turning 25.
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Cherie Cherie | 9 days ago
Wow. Just, wow. I am going to tell you this as nicely as I can. Please do not infer a malicious tone as I am merely warning you of what may be. This will not end well. This guy went through hell and back by putting you up on a pedestal in his mind. There is no chance you can live up to the ideal version of you he has in his mind. Human beings simply cannot live up to a fantasy version of themselves. If you rush into this, he will end up resenting you for not being everything he thought you were. Not to mention that you will feel added stress in life as you try to live up to his expectations. You don't want to be a doormat, but you may be heading down that road if you rush into his arms right now. If you want to move to be with him and start taking things slow, that's one thing and it while a bad idea, it won't end catastrophically. If you move to be with him and rush into marriage and starting a family, it will not end well for anyone.
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Cherie Originally Answered: Yikes.?
Ok, I’ve seen so many ‘How do I improve my singing?’ Questions on yahoo answers, so I thought I’d write everything I do, or have learned from my years of vocal training. Firstly – warm up. Before you sing, it’s incredibly important that you warm your voice. Loosen your body and generally relax. Roll your shoulders and neck, and try to un-tense yourself. Many people lead a busy tense lifestyle and this can be heard in your singing unless you are relaxed! I find it helps to drink water just before singing. Now do a few warm up exercises, firstly by singing ascending and descending scales, using the sounds “Ve-va” and “My”. Then do a few arpeggios, changing the sound you are singing. I find it helps to sing “Ahhh – Ehhhh – Eeee-Ohhhh” Warming up your mouth is also important, so when doing the scales and arpeggios, really pronunciation what you are singing. By lifting the face and really using the jaw you can greatly increase the sound. Heres what I think your face should be on each vowel: A – almost as if you are saying ah, jaw dropped, tongue forward. E – If you say ‘e’ you naturally widened the lips into a sort of smile. When singing, you need to make this smile more pronounce. So when singing ‘E’ the jaw isn’t dropped, but you need to smile and raise the cheeks. I – Almost like the ‘e’ sound, smiling and raising the cheeks. O – pucker the lips slightly, as if you are about to kiss someone. This produces the best ‘oooo’ sound. U – almost like ‘O’ but slightly more open. Secondly – getting the support and breathing. When you support, you HAVE to use your diaphragm. By having support, is the only way you can progress in singing, as it is that important. If you don’t know what ‘support’ is, place your hand in the gap where your ribs separate, then push out, as though there is an invisible belt constricting your stomach. The muscle you feel is your diaphram. When singing, you rely on the diaphragm to produce the sound, therefore you need to warm this up. To get used to using the diaphragm, every time you sing a note on your ascending scale warm-up, push out as though the invisible belt is there. That will get you used to using it. Then you must make sure you use that as a basis for your singing. Breathing is very important. Before singing, take a few deep breaths. When I’m performing, I find it so much easier to sing a song if I start it with a good breath. By ‘good breath’ I mean breathing in for a couple of beats before singing, instead of the sudden breath. By breathing in slowly, and not raising the shoulders, you prepare your diaphram and what I like to call ‘channel’ which the sound will come from. This produces a better first sound. Thirdly – Singing! Once you have your support, warmed up voice and correct breathing, you can sing. When first learning a song with music, don’t just sing it all through first time. You have to be disciplined, or else you will pick up bad habits in the song which is incredibly hard to get rid of. Go through each passage, making sure you know how it goes, and practicing it by sections. This also helps you to pick up the places where you are going wrong or out of tune easily. I would suggest recording yourself when singing the song as well, just so you can see how you look. Don’t forget singing involves face, lungs, and diaphragm, as well as the voice. >.< So I hope all that kinda helped. The only thing you can do is pratice pratice pratice!

Ashleigh Ashleigh
Yes, this is what happens in Sharia law!. Women are not believed unless they have these 4 male witnesses, who have actually SEEN the event. Even where it's happened that the 4 males have really witnessed the rape, there have been recent cases in some countries where the woman has still been sentenced to be stoned, or lashed. It is seen as somehow her fault. In these sorts of communities, the idea of a woman being raped, even through no fault of her own, is seen as so shameful that quite often her own family, brothers, father etc will kill her to 'preserve the family honour'. Honour killings have happened even in countries like the UK and in Australia. It is a big problem in places like India, Pakistan and the middle East. There have also been cases where women have been deliberately disfigured and mutilated by their families in this sort of situation. That's why people like me say that they dislike islam. There is no justification for this sort of behaviour in any civilised country. I have nothing against muslims, per se, indeed I've many muslim friends and neighbours who are perfectly lovely people. It's the religion I dislike because it finds ways to excuse this sort of behaviour, and promotes the idea that women are less than equal and must always obey their fathers, husbands, brothers and so on. But you do have these extreme views increasingly taking hold again in once more secular or more tolerant countries.
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Zephaniah Zephaniah
Way too much baggage, girl! Get a life, calm down, and go out and have fun before you decide to settle down for the rest of your life with one man.
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Skylar Skylar
to be honest with you, i would just listen to what your heart says. if it feels right do it!! dont listen to what anyone has to say good or bad. in the end your going to be the one stuck with whatever happens.
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Skylar Originally Answered: Im a freshman.yikes~?
Your freshman year is ridiculously easy. Don't worry about the school work at all. You're the baby again, so not a whole lot of work is loaded on. I didn't even get a lot of homework, and I was taking classes that were supposed to be hard (honors physics, honors precal, japanese, honors english...) and go to one of the top private college prep schools in the country. When it comes to amount of clothes, you should have: Jeans - 10 Chinos - 5 Bermudas - 4 5" Shorts - 4 (if you can wear them to school) Solid color tee shirts - 10 Printed tee shirts - 5 Tops - 20 Cardigans - 10 Cable knits - 5 Pullover sweaters - 5 Hoodies (pullover) - 5 Hoodies (zip up) - 6 Sundresses - 7 Sweater dresses - 7 Formal dresses (for school required dress-up days) - 7 Casual skirts - 6 Dressy skirts - 5 Camis - 20 Bras - 20 Underwear - tons! Ballet flats - 7 Athletic shoes - 2 pairs of running shoes + sport-specific ones Sandals - 7 Converse - 2 Heels - 6 Scarves - 10 Skinny belts (hips) - 6 Skinny belts (waist) - 4 Wide belts (waist) - 4 Some things that are fantastic "staples" that you'll wear tons: Ballet flats. Boyfriend cardigans. Oversized rings. Converse. A-line dresses and skirts. Diamond studs. Havaianas. Loads of different jeans - straight leg, skinny, boyfriend, wide leg; white, black, super light wash, dark wash, slightly faded..... Chinos (J. Crew's are my favorite). LBD. Day dresses. Sweater dresses. Oxford button downs. Old concert tees. Pearls. Trenches. Sandals. Wrap dress. Hoodies (American Apparel and LnA are my faves). Trends for this fall: '80s (especially neon). Cutouts. The rocker look. Focus on shoulders. Tribal patterns and mixes. Old Hollywood glamour. Velvet. War inspired looks. Just take a deep breath, chill, and have fun in high school :) Hope this helps!

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