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n/a Amber 8/10/2011
Is it wrong for a 15 year old girl to be in a relationship with a 18 year old guy? We are both very mature SDA's. We are just dating not doing anything seriously intimate. I know there is an age difference but it's not like we zare having sex or even thinking about it. I want to tell my parents that we are serious but i don't want themt o think i am being peer pressured, or rushing.... Any advice on how to go about talking to my parents about us?
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Hello Patricia,Generally, I would always try and use onargic or at least locally grown and in season when consuming fruits and vegetables in their raw state. However, some research suggests that most of the pesticides are to be found in the fibrous content of the fruit and vegetable, which is normally discarded once the juice has been extracted. This would therefore eliminate the amount you would consume.
-- By: Andrea



Dating Non-SDA Christians Will 6/4/2011
Hi. I've tried dating a few girls in the church, but none of them are my type. I've known this girl outside of church for a while, she's Christian, but not SDA. I like her. Is it okay for me to date her or even like her? Help please.
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At last! Someone with the insight to solve the proembl!
-- By: Cannon



What do you think? Slim 5/28/2011
I am a SDA and have been all my life. I have never had a girlfriend and always get made fun of for it. I am always told to be patient and "she" will come, but that gets very old and repetitive. I get along with many girls from church and some from school, but they only want to be friends. They say all this nice stuff about me and flirt with me all the time, but it goes nowhere. What should I do?
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You need to make sure that you have a firewire port on your cemoutpr. Then you need a firewire cable. These are available at Best Buy and other electronic stores. Price ranges from the 20$-30 s. Then when you get it, you need to plug it in to your PC. A window should pop up asking if you want to import video from the camera. They will ask you if you want to import the whole tape or just parts of it.
-- By: Hamzat



Staying Single Fed Up 4/9/2011
I'm not your typical teenager. I don't spend all my time fawning over boys, I'm not a textomaniac, and honestly, I can't stand typical teenage drama. I'm one of those people who really wants to use their talents for the Lord and has big hopes and plans for the future. Getting married isn't one of them. If God ever sent just the right person my way, then I'd be OK with it. But really, I don't have any great expectations. What really bothers me, though, is that people assume I must want to get married. And when they realize that I don't, they automatically assume, "Oh, someday you'll want to!" This really irks me. Personally, I find that serving the Lord would be much easier to do being single. I want to know why on earth people automatically assume that everyone has to get married to be happy?
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I have the EXACT problem as you! I too am not the typical teen, and I find 'teen drama' annoying, and I do not want to get married. People always tell me I'll end up getting married when I get older as well. But I agree with you: you don't have to marry to be happy, and you don't have to be in a relationship be a happy person. That is not true whatsoever.
-- By: Jacy



n/a lost 11/27/2010
My best friend met this guy who is absolutely perfect for her last year. They got really close and pretty much had the perfect summer romance. Then he went away to school in the fall. Another guy, someone she's had feelings for since before high school started showing interest in her. A few weeks later they started dating and have been for about 2 months now. However, she finds herself thinking about the "summer" guy. He came home for thanksgiving this week and she saw him at church. She couldn't help but fall for him again. They hung out at church and then she took him home afterward. Although they didn't "do" anything, she feels like a horrible girlfriend and a terrible person. How can I help her through this? I've run out of things to say to her... How can she figure out what she's meant to do?
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I believe she should put her boyfriend on hold and walk from the situation. When she gets away from it all, she can sort through her feelings and know what's truly there and what isn't. And if she "liked" one guy before highschool, she may be mistaking the "liking" the guy for years as infatuation. Once she's able to stand back from the scene and see the big picture, an
-- By: Allison94



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