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How to keep everything inside?

Stardust

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I am now stressed, tired and my tummy is crazier than a monkey dancing in the rain..
I have these small problems that I can't tell to my boyfriend because he has a much bigger problem that is life changing ( ill tell you about that one later??)
those small things are like how I'm worried about him, how school is ripping my spine away, how I havent slept properly for over 2weeks now..

WHY can't I bitch and moan about them to him? Because I will not bitch about small things when he has a bigger problem that also bothers me and keeps me awake and sad. I won't bitch because it would just be stupid so sorry that youll have to listen to this crap but I really need to get it out somewhere..

Anyone who has any good advice for a little girl like me?
the first thing that came in mind was to get wasted or just be with friends and do bad things..but I have a test tomorrow so :(
please advice :happysad:
 

Nailbomb

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Bitch about it to family or friends.
 

Stardust

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I live alone and I have no near friends that I can speak to..not tonigh atleast..but thanks friends are a good idea :)
 

Hater808

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It hard to give advice when we don't know what's worng, well beyond you being upset. Sorry that you'r pissed but if you can't talk to the person you love(ie.BF) Who is supposed to listen?
 

Stardust

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Hater808 said:
It hard to give advice when we don't know what's worng, well beyond you being upset. Sorry that you'r pissed but if you can't talk to the person you love(ie.BF) Who is supposed to listen?
I know, that is my problem..ill try and sort things out so if I'm a bit bitchy 2day so forgive me
 

Fuxed

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So I click this thinking "WTFz0r?"

But here's some totally bitchin' advice that works for me...

Bitch to your parents. They'll listen and probably fake a little care here and there. Other than that, you can bitch here, then get bitched back, but that's just a vicious cycle that will go on and make you uninstall your internet.
 

magnolia

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Because if he's anything like my BF, you just can't tell him because he'll either worry about you too much or he won't be able to relate. I say go to your school's counceler for an hour or so and just let it all out. They won't judge and if you don't want to talk about it after that time, you don't have to.
 

MaxPower

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Stardust said:
I am now stressed, tired and my tummy is crazier than a monkey dancing in the rain..
I have these small problems that I can't tell to my boyfriend because he has a much bigger problem that is life changing ( ill tell you about that one later??)
those small things are like how I'm worried about him, how school is ripping my spine away, how I havent slept properly for over 2weeks now..

WHY can't I bitch and moan about them to him? Because I will not bitch about small things when he has a bigger problem that also bothers me and keeps me awake and sad. I won't bitch because it would just be stupid so sorry that youll have to listen to this crap but I really need to get it out somewhere..

Anyone who has any good advice for a little girl like me?
the first thing that came in mind was to get wasted or just be with friends and do bad things..but I have a test tomorrow so :(
please advice :happysad:

First off, to the guy who loves you; your little problems are as important to listen to, as big ones. Secondly, sometimes when we have problems, it can be therapeutic to help others close to you with their issues.

Of course, not knowing the whole situation makes it difficult to advise you. I mean is it such a big problem that he can’t think of anything else?
 

Piro

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big things are made up of lots of little things.

dont be afraid to talk to him, communicate. if your relationship is worth anything, nothing bad will come from it.
 

blk990

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Could you please tell us what problem that your b/f has, and maybe we'll be able to help?
 

BrIONwoshMunky

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Bartenders. Go and tell bartenders. That's what they're there for. Find a dive, and go spill your guts to a bartender. And get plowed in the process.
 

Stardust

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blk990 said:
Could you please tell us what problem that your b/f has, and maybe we'll be able to help?

Well his parents are divorcing..his dad has lived in Copenhagen for about 2-3years (because of work) and now when he had been homa 1week (quit job to be with kids) they decided it wont work..he's a bit mad and confused..doesnt know waht to think and he's thinking HOW could they know that they can't live with each other jsut after 1week living together.. and he has a little brother who's 9..and I'm really worried about him and my bf to
 
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I will tell you based on what i went through when my parents divorced. It is eventually easy to see it isn't his fault and there is nothing he can do. his concern needs to be that he is okay and nothing else. his parents regardless of their problems should be aware of their responsibilities to their children. I would absolutely sit and talk with him. even though you don't want him to worry let him know that you will do your best to be there for him if he needs to talk. I wouldn't bring up that school is kicking your ass unless you think he can offer advice and it will work as a distraction to take his mind off of his problems because he may fell like he is causing your problems in school for worrying about him. it will go a long way for him to know that he has someone who loves him and will be there for him. I wish i had that when my parents went through their divorce. other than that go to bed. ask him to curl up with you one night and fall asleep on the couch watching a movie in each others arms. it will feel good to have someone close and you should be able to get some sleep as will he. you will hoepfulyl feel better in the morning too.
 

Stardust

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latinmaxima said:
I will tell you based on what i went through when my parents divorced. It is eventually easy to see it isn't his fault and there is nothing he can do. his concern needs to be that he is okay and nothing else. his parents regardless of their problems should be aware of their responsibilities to their children. I would absolutely sit and talk with him. even though you don't want him to worry let him know that you will do your best to be there for him if he needs to talk. I wouldn't bring up that school is kicking your ass unless you think he can offer advice and it will work as a distraction to take his mind off of his problems because he may fell like he is causing your problems in school for worrying about him. it will go a long way for him to know that he has someone who loves him and will be there for him. I wish i had that when my parents went through their divorce. other than that go to bed. ask him to curl up with you one night and fall asleep on the couch watching a movie in each others arms. it will feel good to have someone close and you should be able to get some sleep as will he. you will hoepfulyl feel better in the morning too.

thank you thank you thank you, I will do and I'm already doing those things..but thanks :)
love ya
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I know when my parents were getting a divorce I would have loved it if someone had been there bitching about little things because that would have taken my mind off of my parents and my feelings of guilt. I didn't have any close friends that I had serious conversations like that with at that age, though. Give your bf a chance. He just might be grateful for the distraction.
 

Stardust

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tiger_86 said:
I know when my parents were getting a divorce I would have loved it if someone had been there bitching about little things because that would have taken my mind off of my parents and my feelings of guilt. I didn't have any close friends that I had serious conversations like that with at that age, though. Give your bf a chance. He just might be grateful for the distraction.

thanks and :hug2: too you, We are going to rent a movie today, and be in my apartment and just cozy and be sweet stuff. He doesnt like to be at home when it's so weird when his dad still lives there. SO it's good he comes here so he can get his mind of that :)