Birthdays are synonymous with cake, cards, presents, and parties. They're supposed to be a good time, but when they're not, it's easy to feel bad about yourself. But birthday depression is a real thing and nothing to be ashamed about. Here's what you need to know about it and how you can cope with it if you struggle with feeling blue on your birthday.
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Life would be so much simpler and easier if women would just be more open and friendly when a guy tries to talk to them. Why do they have to play games? She wants to see whether you are going to feel insecure, begin to doubt and second-guess yourself, and give up on her as soon as she shows some resistance. This is important to her, because even though we now live in a world where women can earn their own money and take care of themselves, on a deep, instinctive level she still knows that her life will most likely be safer, better off and more enjoyable if she chooses a confident guy. If she chooses an emotionally weak guy who is insecure and cannot even handle her simple tests, then how will he be able to handle the challenging situations and people in his life? Will he get picked on at work? Will he be the butt of jokes around her friends and family?
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Is it really possible to be depressed and not know it? After all, depression is a serious clinical diagnosis. In reality, it can be difficult to recognize signs of depression over common experiences like sadness or grief.
I recently realized my parent's opinion of the next boyfriend I bring home is very important to me. I make I don't necessarily have a problem with these crushes, but my family always does. They pester me with questions like, "Why can't you bring home someone we actually like?