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Dr. Drew on California homeless crisis: 'What does the body count need to be before they will change their rhetoric?'. California is also ignoring safety regulations on sewage by allowing RV's and homeless to flood the streets with shit. Democrats can't run their state and ruining the environment.
2020.01.19 20:39 IronWolveDr. Drew on California homeless crisis: 'What does the body count need to be before they will change their rhetoric?'. California is also ignoring safety regulations on sewage by allowing RV's and homeless to flood the streets with shit. Democrats can't run their state and ruining the environment.
Dr. Drew Pinsky told Fox News Friday that the government of California isn't doing enough to combat mental illness and other health problems brought on by the ongoing homeless crisis in that state. "The city you talked about, 60,000 people on the streets defecating and feces flowing into the L.A. River, bypassing sewage treatment sites," Pinsky told "Tucker Carlson Tonight", after host Tucker Carlson noted that there were around 59,000 homeless people in Los Angles County. "A City, the size almost of Pasadena, is bypassing sewage treatment." Pinsky warned that the health crisis is not only impacting people but the environment. "We're having ... sea mammals die off. We're worried about turtle straws? We need environmentalists. Where are they?" Pinsky warned. "We have seen birds and sea mammals die off. We have 60,000 people's excrement going directly to the ocean. I can't understand it. We have such a massive problem here." The celebrity doctor and former host of "Loveline" stressed to Carlson that the homeless issue was a mental health issue and criticized California Gov. Gavin Newsom for his "tent city" idea. "The homeless [are] the mentally ill," Pinsky said. "And until they start talking about that, this is not going to get better." "As a physician I'm incensed. What does the body count need to be before they will change their rhetoric? It's out of control. Thousands of people are dying. What's it need to be? 10,000? A hundred thousand?" Pinsky said. "Housing is part of it, of course. They need a place to go. But you've got to address the mental illness and addiction that's underlying this and get them to the facilities. We have no ability to do that." https://www.foxnews.com/media/dr-drew-on-the-california-homeless-crisis-what-does-the-body-count-need-to-be-before-they-will-change-their-rhetoric
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2019.09.15 14:41 stuartdanker[RO] The Thread Between Soulmates
Floaters are funny little things. They disappear when you don't pay attention, but the moment you spot one, you realise just how many there are, drifting quietly in your vision, just waiting to be noticed. That's how lovelines look like to me. You can't really tell until you consciously keep an eye out for them. Don't bother Googling what lovelines are. It's just a term I came up with, one that you're probably curious about right now. I certainly was. Imagine how a thread would move underwater. Now picture that thread connecting two people, sometimes more, and you'll get the gist of what I see on a daily basis. Sometimes I like standing at vantage points overlooking the city so that I can see this weird light show in action; they can get quite pretty at night. Not everybody has a loveline though. Monks mostly don't, though you'd be surprised at the number of them that actually do. Ditto priests, nuns, and other people who've sworn to celibacy. It got me wondering how much of a choice love actually is. These single people with threads seem to be doing a good job. Some people have frayed ends, while others are just threadless beings. I never really got around to understanding the meaning of all that. All I know is that these lines connect soulmates together. Neat, huh? It took a while before I made sense out of all that. Maybe it was the fact that most couples I had met were joined by these lovelines. It also helped that most of my childhood friends, who'd had many partners throughout the years, ended up with the people they're connected with. That was around when I began to connect the dots. Of course, that discovery was marred by the fact that mom and dad didn't share the same thread. For years I wished I was wrong, but I finally gave in to the truth when they split up. "Ethan's just a friend," mom said, a year later when the new guy came into her life. But I saw the connection, and it wasn't in the figurative sense either. They shared a loveline, and despite the circumstances, I found myself being happy for her. I was curious about my soulmate too. I'd often watch my thread flutter ever so slightly, as if connected to someone hundreds of miles away. I would have a couple of girlfriends throughout the years, but as I watched their lovelines float away from me, as mine did from them, I'd realise that maybe the dating scene wasn't somewhere I wished to be. That was until I met Natalie. My company had sent me on some boring upskilling seminar where attendance was compulsory. A woman in a pencil skirt took the stage, and I found myself instantly enthralled not by the things she said, but how she said them. It might've had something to do with social media returns-on-investment or something, I forget. All I knew was that my loveline was tracking her as she paced back and forth across the stage. I was sure she couldn't see what I saw, but could she feel what I felt? I had to find out. That wasn't the only thing I sought to clarify. The other thing I noticed was that our loveline was frayed, hanging just by a little wisp. What did that mean? I'd seen it in people with no soulmates, their lovelines unconnected and broken at the ends, but this? Natalie's presence helped make the seminar more interesting. Two hours flew by, and I was the first to approach her for the after-event discussions. I swear it felt like I was in a rom-com of sorts. We completed each other's sentences, made the same references, and had our own inside jokes before the minute was up. Our first date turned into a second, then a third, and pretty soon things became serious between us. It went so well that I'd totally forget all about our frayed thread. But I would soon learn what that was all about. *** "You have what?" I asked. This was six months into our relationship, when she'd dropped the 'we need to talk' bomb. "Pancreatic cancer. Apparently it's one of the most silent forms of cancer." "Well what did the doctor say?" "She's not sure either. There are still lots of tests to be done, so we'll just have to wait and see." I told her we'd work through this together. I said that I'd be there no matter what. I told her that I loved her, and that she's the only one who's ever made me feel this way. She said she had noticed me walking into that boring-ass seminar. She never believed in love at first sight, but fell for the cliché the moment I stepped in. She even mentioned that there was a weird connection between us, a pull that was hard to explain. I knew exactly what she meant. I felt like I could explain a part of it, but I kept quiet. "Do you think," she said, then paused. "What?" I asked. "You think we might've been lovers, from like, a past life?" "I think that's the only reasonable explanation." We hugged each other the entire night through, sharing tears and laughs along the way, recalling all the moments we'd spent together for the past six months. Then she was gone. Just like that, a week after she was diagnosed. She complained about a headache and had difficulty breathing, so she decided to nap it off. She would never never wake up again, and I would never get to say my goodbyes. Nothing remained except her memories, not even my loveline—it had disappeared completely upon Natalie's death. Not that I cared. I was certain that I'd never love again. It's been years since she'd left, and I still see the lovelines connecting strangers, waving this way and that, almost like the tendrils of a jellyfish, numbering in the thousands. Then I look at myself, empty both inside and out, trying to work out the meaning of it all. They say it's better to have love and lost than to never have loved at all, and my lack of a loveline might attest to that, but I've begun to see things in a different perspective. I haven't loved and lost. I'm still very much in love with Natalie, and I'll always be. And maybe not having a loveline means she's with me now—and always will be. This story was inspired by the writing prompt: Every person is connected to their soulmate by an invisible, red string. You are the only one who can see them and the one connected to you is cut and frayed at the end.
2019.06.16 20:55 discardedyouth88(DAE)This is an old article from 2002. That being said I am curious to know if any of you have had any direct experience with this type of “voice” issue, either yourselves or with others in your life. It came up in conversation with a friend recently and I’m wondering what others think.
The situation repeats itself with a regularity Dr. Drew Pinsky cannot dismiss. The California doctor co-hosts "Loveline," a syndicated radio advice program heard locally on WHFS-FM ( 99.1). The show offers sobering help to troubled teens on matters of addiction and romance. On most nights, Dr. Pinsky and his partner, Adam Carolla, field at least one a call from a distressed listener whose voice doesn't sound quite natural. She may be in her late teens or early 20s, but her voice sounds like that of a fourth-grader. Soon, after some questioning, it is revealed that the caller suffered some abuse as a child. A childlike voice often is a clue to a traumatic past, Dr. Pinsky says. "It's a strange phenomenon," he says. "I'm listening and looking at my hands or the microphone, and the voice comes on, and I think I'm talking to an 8-year-old." With surprising accuracy, Dr. Pinsky can predict whether a caller has suffered a childhood trauma, perhaps sexual abuse or parental abandonment, based on hearing but a few words over the airwaves. Doctors specializing in trauma say a person's vocal qualities can, indeed, change after they experience an abusive incident or series of abuses in childhood. The experts differ, though, on exactly how such information can be used in therapy and how often an abused person develops this condition. Even Dr. Pinsky admits that little scientific evidence exists to prove what he hears. "I know of no literature that supports this," he says. His instincts, though, tell him his observations are correct. "People that have traumatic experiences clearly develop developmental arrest," Dr. Pinsky says. "There's some reason to believe that vocal qualities that one has at the time of a traumatic experience tend to arrest as well." The callers in question "have a coquettish quality" to their voices, he says, almost a Marilyn Monroe-esque tone when they speak. A recent male caller evoked a similar reaction in him. "He was 29, and he sounded like a 14-year-old," Dr. Pinsky says. When questioned, the young man became "very defensive," he says. Rest of the article can be found here.
2018.03.11 11:11 Spore2012Timestamps of important topics on Loveline
Original thread here: https://www.reddit.com/DrDrew/comments/20xqe8/i_timestamp_all_profound_things_from_drews/ I'll list by show & episode, then approximate minute when the discussion is during each cast. Click --> Loveline: And here are the loveline Timestamps from 2002-2005. I might have messed up some of the the times because I had winamp on time remaining instead of time playing (if some seem to be off). I also lost my markers in the early part of 2004, I know I wrote down at least a half a dozen or so, there is some good stuff in there. I usually tried to time stamp the beginning of the call or conversation that lead to whatever the note was, so you may not hear whatever it is right away (eg; could be a 10 minute call & only the last 10 seconds of it) Click --> Classic Loveline Podcast 1996+:
1996-01-03 ~25 Addict of pot/booze will use until it doesn't work and move on to speed or heroin or whatever. They need real treatment, can't quit by themselves. ~58 Crazy Stalker will try and milk response from ex, drama, chaos, etc.
1996-01-11 ~69 Person that you dated is not that into you if not returning calls or ignoring you.
1996-01-14 ~80 Thrill seeking = pot addict from alcoholic family. If you 'love' weed, you are an addict.
1996-01-22 ~22 If somome cheating you don't have to tell the truth, you can lie/omit for them/the relationship. Don't need to sabotage or interject drama into family etc.
1996-02-08 ~56 LoL fart psuedoscience and jokes
12-21-2000 ~28 Relationship over with ex, keeps contacting you = stray cat analogy
07-31-2001 ~05 Addict [gene] vs chemically dependent
2016.06.24 05:04 SmoothHookahI never have posted on here and normally just lurk, but I hope I can add to everyone's concerns about the show and improving. Hopefully to be seen by someone part of the podcast.
Just for some history first... I found out about Adam on Loveline and was instantly hooked. Not just by the caller's and their problems, but the chemistry Adam and Drew had between the two of them. Adam's characters he came up with, addressing current news, and the interaction he had with the guests by letting them speak and giving them time. I would listen through WinAmp, so they were old episodes, but would play randomly through the entire archive. I never got sick of listening to them and the only reason I stopped, was because of having access to a personal computer. Fast forward a few years later and I found out about the Adam Carolla Show, while searching for an archive of Loveline. I was so pumped the night I came across the show. I think it was the beginning of Rosen's time on the podcast. It was so fresh and natural feeling to me. It was a show where the group didn't have to censor themselves, the ads weren't slapping you in the face, and the guests were always entertaining and different. I had become a daily listener and became addicted for the next few years. Then things began going downhill... All judgements aside when it comes to Rosen and Grad, as a listener, you really never got to know who they actually were, and their life story. Same goes for Bald. Listeners never got a chance to know them and become attached. All we have to go off of is the small lines they throw in here and there. The jokes aren't all zingers and are squeezed in quickly, where there is plenty of room to mess up how the joke is relayed. No other talk time for them to grab the audience. Adam said that one of the reasons why he let Rosen go, was because she never contributed. I agree with a lot of the things he says, but I couldn't disagree more with him on this aspect. Adam dominates the mic every show and the guest is always in his shadow only getting maybe 10 minutes to talk about what they are up to or their thoughts on anything. As soon as they mention something, he rolls right into one of his rants we've heard a million times. Then Grad and Bald have to sit and act like it's their first time hearing it by putting in small input. It's condescending to the audience and insulting to the guest who took time out of their day to basically be talked over. Adam talks about how he doesn't like people wasting his time and then doesn't apply it to his show. The advertisements I understand, the show needs to be financed. The execution of said ads is where the problem lies. Throw a bunch at the beginning of the show and drop the live ads. Do some in the middle during the break. Some will probably skip, but most will let them run through, because at least for me, I'm doing other things while listening. I am embarrassed for him when he cuts someone off to throw in a live read. The characters he creates now are overplayed and are the same every time. I don't understand the people that call and request them. Go back and listen to the other five times he did the character, it's not going to be anything new. Bald is killing it recently after doing improv classes and it's not being utilized. Now the guests... We all have the guest name we hate to see when opening up to play the show. No more DAG, Dave Dam. (however you spell his last name), or anyone else that is coming to your mind. Now, we always get nobodies. Of course there are perks Adam is probably getting by having them on, but it is causing listeners to drop off. These same guests are now leaking into the other shows under the Carolla umbrella. I recently didn't listen to The Koy Pond, because one of these guests were on the show. I'm sure others have done the same with other shows. Adam... If any of this some how gets back to you, please consider the direction of your show. You have great talent, great partners on your show that can keep the attention of the audience, and gems of wisdom that are always great to hear. Give others the mic once in awhile, take a break from repeating yourself just to fill time, and for the love of the show, give your guests the chance to run with conversations to open up new topics to talk about. Maybe, create segments for Grad and Bald, besides news and movie reviews, and let us have the chance to know them more. Make them feel valued and not hesitate to speak. They probably will say everything is fine if brought up to them on the show or off, but the listeners can tell. I went from listening to you religiously, where now I maybe listen to a couple shows a week. I've moved over to Rogan's show, because it's always new content. Instead of having three or four different podcasts you have to do, save money and do a quality, three hour, fresh show, a few times a week. Podcasts are popping up all over, so if you have three boring shows out of five a week, you're not doing any better than another show doing one or two. People have options now. Followed you for a long time now Ace and I don't want to see your show collapse. Til next time... Mahalo.
2015.12.28 07:07 coke_firstLooking for Sexual Health or Sex Related Charities Willing to Receive Money We Raised From Our Porn Meets Charity Site [$40K Raised So Far]
Hello /Sex, It's been about 10 months since we posted in here. Some time has passed, and we've made some great progress in raising money for sex-related charities. We had some great suggestions in the past from this sub, and are looking for some more suggestions to help spread the love in 2016. For those that don't know what we do, here it goes: We run a web site called "Hump the Bundle", where we bundle together NSFW content (video scenes and picture sets) from various adult web sites and put them online for time-limited flash sales in support of charity. We allow users to pay-what-they-want for the porn bundles and allow them to choose how their money is divvied up- between the content partners and charity. It's a part-time gig for us. There's only 3 of us working on the project, yet somehow we've done about $150K in sales and raised about $40K for charity in our first year. Our current bundle is in support of the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, which we have supported for a little while now. The current bundle is called the "BustyPetite Xmas Bundle", which is a collaboration with the fine folks at /BustyPetite. I believe the NCSF charity connection came out of a suggestion from a user on /Sex, so we are very thankful for that! Our last post also garnered some media attention which led to an on-air interview with our Co-Founder "Humpy Leftnut" on the Dr. Drew "Loveline" show. We were also featured in a number of articles online: Orgasms for World Peace - Salon.com Fap for a Good Cause - DailyDot.com A Stroke of Genius - TechGage.com We're looking to gain some insight on some new charities that we could support in 2016, and also if there are any avenues that we can explore in getting the word out about our operation. Due to the nature of the content that appears on our site, we feel that our biggest obstacle is suppression in the Media and social circles. Why is it so taboo in 2015/2016 to discuss pornography with your peers? Obviously, we understand the concerns about age and the negative aspects of the sex industry, but pornography is legal for a reason. We're looking forward to hearing from the great minds here at /Sex. Happy Holidays! Hump the Bundle
2014.11.17 17:37 5280wantonsoupListening to Classic Loveline, I miss the old Adam.
I listened to Loveline right from when Adam started (1995) and I don't think we got his Stern-replacement show here locally, but I heard the podcast starting at Episode 1 and even created the first Facebook page for it. My point is, I'm a fan and have been. What I hadn't realized until I recently started listening to Classic Loveline is how fun and happy he used to be compared to the grouchy, sometimes cruel, curmudgeon he's become. Don't get me wrong- I laugh at the ACS all the time, it's hilarious and lots of fun to listen to. It's more Adam+Drew and On The House where I feel like he's gotten so cold and rude. He ragged on Drew plenty on Loveline, but now it's always "Shut up, listen. Don't shit on my point" and then yells at Drew for not participating and contributing. Drew is supposed to be a partner on ADS and not just an in-studio audience. And when they do take calls on ADS, Adam is rude, uncaring to their issues, and quick to shut them up as well. On OTH he sometimes gives Ray a voice and it's fun and happy but all too often he just is mean and tried his best to make Ray feel small. And the same with the callers there- he is often such an ass to them, especially if they don't understand a question or something. Like I said, I still listen to every ep of ACS and ADS and OTH, but I do miss the Adam that the world fell in love with 20 years ago.
2014.03.20 21:55 Spore2012I timestamp all profound things From Drew's podcasts or loveline
Either from Drew's wealth of knowledge in (addiction) medicine & human behaviors or Adam's genius moments (and the jokes too). I have had many revelation type moments while listening to hours & hours. I'm sure others can relate or learn important things about themselves or others they know as well. Everyone's experiences are different & gain different insights from things the other people would assume to be common sense, but I think it would be interesting to share. This is a good place to start for someone just getting into this stuff. So here is a 'short' list of stuff from D, M&D, A&D, & LL. I planned to make some compilations to post on YT as well. It just takes a bigger hard drive & some dedicated blocks of time to accomplish. I'll list by show & episode, then approximate minute when the discussion is during each cast. Click --> Dr. Drew podcast:
001 ~30 What is disease? (The technical description of what it really means)
009 ~Entire episode on the difference between men & women.
012 ~29 The actual science behind female ejaculation/orgasmic incontinence
013 ~48 Discussing Birth controls; Drew is a legitimate Doctor (not some media/corporate shill, that so many claim)
016 ~Entire episode on Anti-medicine ideals, more on legitimacy of Dr. Drew, skeptics, & new age hippies who spread misinfo etc.
031 ~03 Why & how the different sexes cheat. ~23 Talking about how Friendzones work.
034 ~13:50 How addiction genes manifest (into extreme sports etc).
046 ~36 On knowing/fixing people. ~Entire episode is good about how men & women treat and act in relationships with each other, and what they need and don't want.
050 ~57:55 Why we have drug receptors in the brain? (this ties in a bit with the neo hippy pseudoscience platitudes that get tossed around related to some timestampes above.)
052 Exercise/workout information.
064 FtM testosterone understanding of men & women & male drives. ~27 Entire call with Jenn.
065 ~Entire episode on Deep Self Psychology.
071 ~Entire episode on what was touched on in previous timestamps about Dr. Drew's TV shows hate, and his legitimacy as a Doctor & the real story not edited from 'Reality shows'.
096 ~43 HOW TO LISTEN INSTEAD OF TRY TO FIX WOMEN AS A MAN IN RELATIONSHIPS.
113 ~25(?) Molestation=rape @ recreation of traumas in adulthood/relationships
115 ~Entire episode about love & intimacy disorders, sexual addictions, co-dependency, abandonment/enmeshment etc.
119 ~15 Opioid-induced hyperalgesia & prescription addiction problems ~21 More on the theoretical benefit of addiction evolution.
124 ~22 MRI study: Men's primary visual arousal women not. Women - Arousal & desire are separate.
129 ~08 Childhood trauma makes you attracted to bad things (same traumas) / affects next generation(s) (epigenetics etc). Addiction highly related to trauma as well. Entire episode is pretty informative on Trauma / formative issues.
131 Entire episode, history of alcohol, addiction, & treatment in the world.
132 ~06 Fundamental Attribution Error; People overattribute personality variables & underattribute social/environmental variables. Not bad people/not bad person; humans are created/controlled into behaviors. Ie; if a girl is a slut, or a guy is an asshole, it's not their fault-they were raised into that way (or traumas molded them).
134 ~11 Vape/E-cig & nicotine study = carcinogen, maybe BS? ~53 Gaming addiction; underlying issue is depression or other psychiatric condition.
135 ~11:30 Long term marijuana use have same (QEEG) brain as ADHD. EEG training, eliminates tolerance to weed. ~47 ADHD evolutionary purpose, different types, & non drug treatments ~60 Migraines/headaches; try P.I.R.H.E.G. if you don't respond to HEG training, you don't have migraines (you have another type of headache)
139 ~Entire episode with Dr. Forman about prostate cancer & Drew's personal battle.
142 ~20 UN stats on Opiate/prescription addiction rates in different countries.
Click --> Loveline: And here are the loveline Timestamps from 2002-2005. I might have messed up some of the the times because I had winamp on time remaining instead of time playing (if some seem to be off). I also lost my markers in the early part of 2004, I know I wrote down at least a half a dozen or so, there is some good stuff in there. I usually tried to time stamp the beginning of the call or conversation that lead to whatever the note was, so you may not hear whatever it is right away (eg; could be a 10 minute call & only the last 10 seconds of it)
12-21-2000 ~28 Relationship over with ex, keeps contacting you = stray cat analogy
07-31-2001 ~05 Addict [gene] vs chemically dependent
2012.06.04 00:54 SingleLifeBreakI [M/19] think I would want to experience a single, party lifestyle, but GF  would not be likely to get back together after a break.
Alright, so here's the situation. I am absolutely in love with my girlfriend (we've been dating for about 2 1/2 months, but have known each-other for close to 7, and moved really quickly in our relationship), and I'm really happy when I'm with her, and I'm currently completely content in the situation. However, I'm 19, and have only ever had two sexual partners, her and my old ex-girlfriend of a year. I'm a social and outgoing guy, and I feel like I'm missing out on an opportunity to have some amazing, crazy experiences while I'm in college. I have never really lived a promiscuous, partying lifestyle, but it's something that I'm interested in. I feel like I would look back on this relationship years down the road and be upset that I didn't put off the heavy relationship stuff until I had experienced more. She doesn't feel the need to have those experiences, however, because she already has. She's been promiscuous / a partier since high-school, and her recollection of her experiences (as well as those from the media, reddit, friends, and adults who have experienced the heavy partying, casual sex lifestyle) really romanticizes the idea in my head. And I feel like I want to get the craziness out of the way and off my chest before I really want to commit. She understands that I feel this way about all of this, and she understands my reasoning behind it, but she cannot approve of it. I asked her to write out how she felt about it, and this is what she said: “I understand that he wants all these experiences and they may be beneficial to him. And I'm okay with him doing that, but I won't be in the picture anymore. I feel that it's unreasonable to ask me to not move on, when I am not getting what I need emotionally out of the relationship. It's a selfish reason to leave, and therefore I'm not going to be selfless in waiting for him to get his jollies out on a bunch of girls.” I do NOT want to lose her though. It would kill me to leave her for something like this and lose her for good, that being said, I feel like if I stayed in this relationship through my college days I could end up feeling regret that I didn't at least try to have that experience. I'm not asking her to stay with me, I understand that much, but I just don't want her to move on to another LTR, and she can't guarantee that she won't. Which I understand, but I just don't want her to move on in spite, or be readily available for a new commitment. She says she would be hesitant to get back together with me, because her view of me would change. She thinks it would be an indicator of completely selfish behavior, and would be worried that I'd go be selfish again in some other scenario. I know there was some popular radio/podcast celebrity who had a similar situation with his wife, where they took a year break for him to experience celebrity life before he settled down. I feel like it's a similar situation. Right now I'm perfectly content in being with her, and have no desire to leave and be promiscuous. However, I think that urge might build up, and I definitely want to experience that at some point. This is causing some strain in our relationship, just thinking about the future. We both feel like neither of us is super-flawed in our position, so it's a hard position to be in. I just wanted to crowdsource and see if any of you have ever experienced something like this, and ask what advice you have to give. I might call Loveline sometime soon to see what Dr. Drew and Simone have to say as well. So to recap: I love her, I want to keep her, but I also want to experience single life. If it comes to a decision between the two, I will choose her – but I think that could cause problems. What do? Thanks for all your help! TL;DR: Girlfriend who I love (and currently want to stay with) does not think she would want to get back together with me if I took a break to go live a party lifestyle (for the experience of it). Which puts me in the tough position of choosing between her and resenting myself for not experiencing things, or losing her and having the experience that I feel like I should have as a teenage boy. Edit #1: Read another post on this and they had this to say: "I'm a female, and I've had thoughts like this before. It's not good. Basically, yes, she wants to go live her life, go out on the town, meet random people and most probably fuck them. She's 19 she has not even began to live her life, but the whole "break" mentality is an immature one. She wants to have her cake and eat it too. Honestly you need to move on. She wants to live life, have other relationships; she just wants you to be there when she gets back. That's not a good thing." I completely understand that's an unrealistic expectation, but it seems silly to me to lose someone you have such a connection with purely because the timing issue is bad. I'm pretty sure you guys are going to side with her I just want to know what you would have me do in this situation. It's fairly easy to see that she's MORE in the right, I just don't know what to do from my spot.
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