A former partner stole my savings. I tried all legal means of retrieving the amount, now I just want my money gone from his account. What does a person, disillutioned with the legal system, do?
Sup /adv/ this may be tl to read, but this has really been on my mind lately
>20 y/o, working in a restaurant full time
>I'm essentially a fucking autistic robot that is trapped in the body of a chad
>there's this one qt at my work that I fingerbanged in my car after my friends party
>very proud moment in my life.jpeg
>same age as me, literally my dream woman
She found me "adorkable" (her word, not mine) and thinks I'm handsome, but my extreme social awkwardness and other circumstances has completely ruined any potential non-platonic relationship I could have with her
>essentially told this woman that I loved her after I fingerbanged her, however she told me that the feeling was somewhat mutual
>then the next day, I fucked off back home to Scotland for a month
>while I was away, she fucked like 4 different guys, some of them more than once, despite her saying she had the same feelings for me
When I got back from Scotland, she was so cold to me and never even looked at me for at least a few weeks. A few months have passed now, and we've started talking again. But whenever we talk irl now, I just can't make her laugh or tell her the things that make her eyes catch fire the way they should. I just don't know what buttons to press anymore. I feel like she just doesn't have a personality anymore.
>I've also developed a stutter whenever I talk to her
>verbal spazzing on top of a Scottish accent sounds like incoherent noise to her and she no longer understands me like 70% of the time when I speak
>is there still hope for me to turn this around and make a comeback?
>or should I just give up and try forget?
So I had a pretty great first date with a girl. We had good chemistry, talked for like 4 hours, made plans to see a movie this weekend, and kissed before we left. We've been texting on and off and I'm thinking I'm getting signs I should invite her over for dinner before the movie. For example, we're both into art; she told me she wants me to play her something on guitar, and that she wants to show me some of her visual art work. I also mentioned on our date that I make really good homemade shawarma and she said she'd really like to try it. Do you think inviting her over for a pre-movie home cooked dinner would go over well? I'm not trying to get laid this early, and I don't want her to get that impression, but I do like her and think it'd be a nice way to keep the momentum from our first date going.
Dude, man... You shouldn't have to think about this. Do it, but don't make a big deal out of it.
The good thing is that you're set on going out for a movie after, so there's absolutely no reason why she would doubt your intentions, right? Then after the movie you can always try to move things in a direction that she comes back home with you.
Hi, so recently I've been feeling overwhelming amounts of nostalgia about my youth; a time I was surrounded by a loving family and had strong relationships with them. Spending my time watching my favourite films, being excited about music and video games etc. While I understand a level of nostalgia is common amongst all adults, I feel like I'm using this nostalgia to avoid problems in my life. Has anyone else experienced this?
There was a friend's mom that I feel really guilty for not keeping a promise to keep her son out of trouble. I believe I should not have made that promise to begin with. Any thoughts? What do you think...? Thanks
How do I get rid of the useless shit lying around here without feeling like I'm throwing away money?
My mom is a hoarder and has indoctrinated me. :(
First organize things into a Keep and Sell pile. You have to be resolute about the things you're selling. If you live your day to day without it and it doesn't really hold any sentimental value then you need to sell it.
Once you have your pile of stuff to sell. Go through it and figure how much somebody would be willing to pay for it. Be reasonable. Some people wont see the value in something compared to how you see it. Mark up prices for items and try to keep a list of things you're selling.
Now you need to figure out HOW you want to sell your stuff. You can easily have your own yard sale, but if that's not an option look for local Sunday markets. There are often stands available to sell your stuff or boot sales to sell it directly from your car. Look at online options like eBay, etc
Another way of thinking it is this. You already got your money's worth out of the items in question. You already used up their value as far as you perceive which is why you want to get rid of them. If you no longer value them and all the above sounds too much work; just give it all to a charity. Their value will extend to other people. You may just as easily feel better by both clearing out all the stuff and by helping others in the process.
I'm trying to get into University for Business but I'm sure to either wait until I'm considered an adult or to apply again. Also I was wondering if being a manager helps getting into university?
> wait until I'm considered an adult
are you over 18?
>Also I was wondering if being a manager helps getting into university?
if you have the money to for the classes what is the problem?
How do i stop freaking out everytime i see girls even vaguely similar to my high school crush
Today there was a girl dressing like her on the street and i started going the other way around only to realize it wasn't even her, this needs to stop
>a gril in the middle of trying to get out of depression
>spent my first year trying to isolate because i was a depressed sack of shit/ no stable 'squad'
>the 1 gril i eat lunch w/ is busy tomorrow lunch (club meeting)
>i legit have no one to eat with??
>i feel awkward about approaching someone random if I'm not going to eat with them regularly
>i could skip lunch and do homework in the library?
>find a randomass club???
How many of you apologize or say you're sorry after an argument even though you're not truly sorry but just want to keep the peace and move on, even when you think you're right?
I have a tendency to do that as I'd rather maintain relationships than being right.
Is that a healthy way to treat friendships/ relationships?