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    Hello everyone. I'm a 12 year old girl who's also pansexual. I also LOVE space! Hence the name spacemonkey:)

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  1. I'm going through the same thing. Luckly, my friends are very supportive of me, and my friend said that when I tell my parents (who are not homophobic, but I don't really know since i'm not really close with either), that if things don't go well, I can stay at their house. I would recommend, like AlexHelm123, to find a safe house before you tell them, and possibly pack a bag. You can always unpack if things turn out alright. But best of luck to you!
  2. I just found out by realizing I had a crush on a girl. Then, once I realized I was Bisexual, found myself having more crushes on girls. I'm still confused, but I'm only 12, so I've got a long way to go!
  3. I have the same problem, but I've found that having someone to confide in, mine is a stuffed animal space monkey, can help a lot. Also, punching a pillow helps A LOT!
  4. I agree. It's just a show, and you won't let yourself be torn apart by a show, now will you? Just say sorry!
  5. NNNNNOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If your boyfriend is putting you down to lift himself up, it's time to say goodbye. No one in ANY relationship should be put down. Just speak your mind. Maybe he'll be sorry, and maybe he won't. If he isn't, say goodbye.
  6. I think it's ok. My neighbors are 12 years apart and my Dad and Mom are 2 years apart. You're fine as long as you stay non sexual and love him/her. Just follow your heart!
  7. Hi Iamme, I know this is sort of late, but how are you? Is everything better?
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    Friend drama

    Hi guys. Normally, I'm light and happy and cheery. But I was at a friends b-day party on Saturday and my friend was talking about her emotion problems and I gave her some advice. I told her she doesn't have to be miss perfect if she doesn't want to, but she blew up at me, telling me she knew that and that she didn't need my advice. Things just escalated when my other friends tried to defend me, and my friend ended making me cry. I feel like she's to dramatic and she won't stop needing attention. I can't remember a party where Rachel (my friend) didn't end up in tears or made someone else cry. I feel like I can't be friends with her anymore because she needs so much attention, and my other friends are feed up with it too. What do I do? She thinks we are best friends because we made a pact with my other friend (Elizabeth) in 4th grade saying that we're best friends. But I feel like I can't anymore. She hurts me and my friends. What do I do?
  9. Alright. Here's how you do it. First, you become an astronaut, then you tell your family just before you leave for Mars forever!
  10. Hey Pearl, I really have no advice for this except just follow your heart. Like Peach311 said, you really can't go wrong. Good Luck!
  11. Way to go Bisexualunicorn! Congrats on figuring out part of this gigantic mess called life!
  12. I also built a model rocket, but it sort of blew up and we had to use the fire extinguisher.
  13. I know this is going to sound corny, but seriously, just but yourself. And stop worrying about your weight. No one else cares, they're to caught up wit themselves.
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