Occasionally I enjoy answering questions on Yahoo Answers to not only spread the message of Tru.Works but to help out people who lack a lot of sense in communication and relationships. I don’t consider the people asking questions in the family and relationships category to be dumb but they really need help.
The questions I answer most are along the lines of:
- “This girl keeps looking at me, what does that mean?”
- “How do I get this boy to like me because I like him?”
- “How do I tell this girl that I’m not interested in her?”
I find these to be the weirdest questions but I can’t blame these kids because I was in their place at one point in my life thinking the same things and no one answered my questions.
I actually enjoy helping these kids out but the answer to these questions is simple. There’s not much to understanding someone else and figuring out what they are feeling. It’s a simple of asking them instead of other people.
No one knows themselves more than their actual selves. Teenagers spend too much time pondering questions instead of asking for answers. I want to share with teenagers that high school is not the end of the world. You’ll have about 80 more years of your life.Most of the people you went to high school with will end up not being a part of your life. This may seem horrible to some kids but no worries, you’ll find friends and love eventually.
Anyway, back to out topic. If you like someone, get some courage and speak to them. Find out if they like you too. All you have to do is ask. If you want to know why someone is acting differently toward you just ask them. Ask them face to face. Don’t go around asking other people, it only makes you seem like your talking about the other person behind their back.
Every time I have ever asked anyone else for their opinion on what the other person thought about, they would always be horribly wrong about the other person.
I remember asking a friend for advice on dating a specific boy and she told me not to. I instead, told the boy myself that I liked him and today we are married.
I suggest finding out things for yourself and being bold enough and respectful enough to ask the person you want answers from instead asking others to fill in the clues for you. Stop scrolling through Instagram, Snapchat or Facebook for answers.
So, if there’s a girl you want to know why she keeps staring at you, go and ask her. If you have a boyfriend and he’s upset and you have no clue why he’s mad just ask him.
Ask anyone any question respectfully and you’ll receive your answer. If it’s not the answer you were looking for at least you can move on faster and go on to the next part of your life.
I hope this piece of advice will help you as much as it has helped me and many others on Yahoo Answers.