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There is no right or wrong way to be in a long-distance relationship — maybe you thrive on independence or maybe you just need cuddles at night. Here are some of my protips on how to make it work and when to know that it’s over.
This week people need advice on going back to school after a decade, dealing with a breakup when no one knows you’re homosexy, and what it means when she likes you too much.
If you learn to get along with your roommates this’ll never happen to you.
Kristen’s Team Pick: This kid knows more about getting along with girls than I do!
You and your ex are going to the same social event? You should probs read this first.
In which we discuss how to come off a plane and greet your sweetie without looking like an oily zombie.
In which we discuss if and when you need to tell a partner about your eating disorder.
This week you’re helping out with a variety of mom-related issues, girlfriend feelings, touchy feely straight girls, coming out as trans* and a possible stone butch, among other things. Maybe our best FS Friday ever.
With the right strategies and the right recipes, I’m gonna make it.
Moving back in with your parents after college because you’re unemployed can feel like the end of the world, but is probably not actually the end of the world.
11. Don’t get confused, though: Unless you are actually poor, you are not actually poor.
Your focus shouldn’t be ‘Is she straight or gay?’. Wondering about that leads to madness, drunk phone calls and other forms of hot messery.
How will she come out to her sister? Is she a booty call? How can she make her friend feel better? ONLY YOU KNOW.
You live in a world with a person who once treated you like crap, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be super happy! With special guest: a raccoon.
Should a girl get breast reduction? Should another girl date a butch even though she usually likes femmes? A meddling mother, a slutty reputation, emotionally vacant gfs and much more!
You love these people, but you still need your space.
What to do when a temporary situation starts looking like a permanent personality trait.