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mylovestar asked:

29 Sep 2011


Ive just started secondery and im getting really depressed I miss all my old friends sometimes i cry so much coz of them xxx Then my boyf is flirting with loads of other girls but we dont go same school xxx My mum and dad get on my nerves and sometimes i want to run away, how can i deal with these emotions x



a_simplegirl says:

Posted on 29 Sep 2011

Parting your ways with your friends is really hard. I also had that kind of experience. But you know, you gotta' learn how to go on without them. Just always remember that wherever you are, if you needed someone to talk to, they're just there and you know that. Friends are always there to comfort each other whether through face to face or over the phone. And your boyfriend? Just leave him. You don't deserve someone like him. I know, its very easy for me to say this things. But it's the truth. YOU JUST HAFTA' BE STRONG. :) AND why would you want to run away from your parents??? Just imagine yourself down the streets begging for, what? A penny, food or a place for staying. Be STRONG enough to open up your feelings about them. You cannot always hide that from them. Its just not healthy for you and your family. :) Don't do something that will ruin your family bond. :) YOU REALLY JUST HAFTA' BE STRONG. :)


cute_wonderful_blondie says:

Posted on 30 Sep 2011

Find something that helps you escape. I know people say don't escape reality, but let's face it, anyone that's been in this situation will tell you that you need a happy place(or a happy activity). Dealing with the emotions is something I'm not very good at, but I can definitely help you solve some!
1. Talk to your boyfriend. Just cuz you're not going to the same school doesn't mean he can go around acting like he's available. Tell him: I'm either your one & only, or you won't have me at all. (just say it even if you don't mean it ;] )
2. Video chat with your old friends, text them or phone them more often, keep in touch, try to see them as much as possible too!

As any teenager like me would say, there's no cure for mom and dad. You can talk to them about your emotions, because, at the end of the day, they're always there to help, so don't bring up the things you disagree about with them, just play it safe for a while, until your emotions "get back" in order. Be brave, strong & positive. :]


dinosaurslykktechno says:

Posted on 01 Oct 2011

Sad?You will be happy soon.
Alone? You will have company soon.
Crying?You WILL smile.
Cuz according to Newton,
for every action, there's an equal
and opposite reaction(:


liannelovesmakeup says:

Posted on 02 Oct 2011

Hi, it sounds like things are definitely crappy right now for you. It's hard to believe, but it will get a bit better. It just takes some time to adapt to new situations, and it can be an uncomfortable, frustrating, depressing process.
Parents will get on your nerves for a while longer, just until you get a bit older. It happens to EVERYONE.
It's normal to feel like you need more space from your parents, and like you want to escape from the frustrating crap you're dealing with, but running away just makes things worse. You'd end up without money, food, showers, computers, phones, a safe place to sleep and you'd fail school because it's impossible to run away and still go to school and do homework. So, running away isn't really an escape: it's going from one kind of crappy situation to a different and much worse crappy situation. : /
You'll thank yourself for putting up with your parents and putting up with having to be without your old friends. You'll feel proud because you were strong enough to get through it. You'll probably start feeling better in a few weeks, after you've gotten more used to these situations.

You can tell your parents that you're irritable and you'd like some alone time, or ask them to do something specific that will help you feel better.
As for your boyfriend, you can tell him that you don't appreciate him flirting with other girls at his school. He'll probably get defensive, and usually that means you've caught him. lol.

If you think your depression might be lasting a bit too long, or getting worse, this link may help. It's got info specifically for young people who are depressed.

Good luck with everything!

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