Jack and Jill are in high school, their both very much in love but they deal with the constant rumors and fellow classmates judging their relationship by what they see. Even though both partners are sure of their feelings for one another, the constant buzz and numerous personalities put a strain on the relationship. Both may start to question how they feel, or how there partner really feels. If the couple never communicates their ideas and perception both never know where they stand in the relationship.
by Monai Parker
At a well known all boys private school in Maryland, there are young teenage boys who target young women as a prey. Whoever gets the most sexual activities accomplished with a freshman girl depends on how many points and how much money you can get. The girls are put on a list and drafted by the boys, their statistics being height, weight, and bra size. The girls don’t even know about it, they think that these guys are their friends. That’s the impression they give off but when they turn their backs, it’s a game. During their summer school year, three freshman boys were caught and suspended for planning a sexual fantasy party. I think that the boys should have been kicked out of the school. I think that they didn't get kicked out of the school because the school's tuition is as high as $28,800. It seems to me that these boys from Landon school are used to partying and getting away with it because they can and their school is rich.
by Mario on 06.08.2010
Most people in the world have a tendency to want to protect themselves, which is a big reason behind commitment issues. But what we must understand is that you can never have or fall in true love with someone without being able to be vulnerable in the relationship. Vulnerability and trust go hand-in-hand, in order to get to know someone you have to build trust within them, which leads to vulnerability because you are unsure if that person feels the same way as you do. The crazy thing about commitment issues is that we don’t look at them as that, we always seem to blame the other person for not living up to our expectations. It’s a mindset that we have to work towards getting out of. Love is a scary thing, if you feel like you are beginning to fall in love with someone the best thing to do is just let them know how you feel about them and not keep things hidden inside of you. And if you feel like the relationship is getting too deep too fast let them know as well. I think being dishonest about the way you feel is a form of control because when you do that you are robbing them of their fair choice and leading them on. Let me know what you think about commitment issues.
So as you all know social networking has taken over the globe. From Facebook and Twitter to AIM and MySpace, it seems as if everyone is connected coupled with the fact that it seems as if everyone has an alter ego when it comes to these social sites. For example, have you ever seen a person with so much Facebook activity but, little going on in their actual day to day life? People put their whole life story and purpose on these social media outlets. I mean you can read about someone’s friend drama or even the randomness of what they wanted for dinner two nights ago. In turn, this same kind of exposure can lead to relationship drama. For instance a boy has a friend, who is a girl that is sort of flirty with him, constantly comments on pics, and post on his wall. Consequently the boy has a girlfriend who goes to his page sees the excessive comments and flips on her boyfriend for his continued passive flirting with his friend that happens to be a girl. This here is the exact sort of drama that some people must deal with. Tell us some of your horror social sites stories. How did you deal with the drama? Leave your comments below and check out the next blog!!