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Since I am 13, my parents are starting to ask me the question “What do you want to be when you grow up? I would never know how to answer the question so I would always reply with an “I don’t know.” Both of them, especially my mother, want me to be a doctor or a lawyer. So I should pursue something that I’m interested in right? I’m so curious and I want to try everything out and see what I like before I can give a clear concrete answer to my parents daily question. However my biggest fear is finding something I love and not having my family’s support… I understand I’m young and I have my whole life ahead of me (unless we die at 2012, haha.) but even so, I want to find something that I’m good at. (If three years from now you still don’t have the slightest idea what interests you, come back and we’ll talk!
so I’m begging you, please can you shed a little light on these confusing feelings of mine? From me in New Zealand 😀 It sounds like you’ve got a good thing going with your boyfriend—just relax and see what happens, okay? (we were going to have a group, not dates) Is it weird to go to prom with no guys to dance with? Hey Auntie, I’ve also got a prom question which I hope doesn’t sound super silly but im trying to choose between two different colors of dresses orangey-red and white, not sure which to choose, help! I’m trying to focus on “getting over it” and just trying to be his friend. Does he have any gross habits, ugly personality traits? Whatever it is, think of it every time he looks at you. The problem is that my parents don’t allow me to date!are you really wearing nothing but lingere and a gorilla mask? Because I am NOT patient, I just want something to happen….. You might as well try pursuing him directly before you give up —it’s easy to dismiss someone for silly reasons (i.e.The answer to that question will have to remain a mystery. sibling-related awkwardness) when you don’t have an actual connection with them, so if your crush gets to know you better, maybe he won’t feel as odd about the brother issue. BUT, speaking from experience, I can also tell you that it’s just not that big of a deal. And getting in someone’s face or telling her to buy a different dress—oh geez, PLEASE do not do that.You know better than me whether that’s likely (does he seem interested? ), but it’s something to keep in mind in the event that you try to pursue him and feel like you’re coming up against a brick wall. It hasn’t happened to me, but one of my friends is currently in that situation. Let me just start off by saying that at my junior prom, I ended up wearing the same dress as the freakin PROM QUEEN. the friends you’ll be hanging out with for most of the evening and taking photos with, etc) know what your dress looks like, and vice versa, so you can avoid getting the same gown. But anyway, as far as dates go, I think you should steal the date of one of the nasty girls who’s betting you won’t find one. (Sort of.) But really, sure, see if your out-of-town friend wants to make good on his promise—not because of the bet, but because you said you’d love to go with him.And if it’s really important to you, shop at a specialty shop that maintains a registry of which girls from which schools have purchased a given dress, so nobody ends up wearing the same thing. That should be your deciding factor; get a date or don’t, but whatever you choose, make sure it’s about you want to do and who you think you’ll have fun with, not a stupid bet made by a bunch of mouth-breathers.