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Anonymous asked:

I love you!!

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AND I LOVE YOU! WE ALL LOVE YOU :)

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Anonymous asked:

Are you online? I want to chat about something with someone off anon

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Hi, yes, I am online!

I’ve missed you.

Yes, you. I’m here and ready to tackle your life questions. Whatever they may be, I’m all ears.

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Anonymous asked:

Hello. I am a comedian living in Toronto, Ontario. Life is pretty cool except for the fact that THERE IS A SUPER COOL GAL THAT I WANT TO BE FRIENDS WITH BUT SHE LIVES ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CONTINENT HELP WHAT DO I DO?

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Hmm, you’re a comedian you say? You’re bound to travel across the country doing sets for 50 bucks a pop sooner or later right?

I say work on that craft of yours, master it, network and make your way on over to LA— the entertainment capital of the world. Then hey, maybe you two can meet up and write together and make comedy history. Cuz I know this girl you’re talking about— and she’s the funniest person she knows. (Aside from a certain pun master she’s acquainted with).

Until then, keep in contact as much as you can with as many social media formats as coherently possible and the rest will come naturally.

Good luck friend!!

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Anonymous asked:

So I've been dating this guy for close to 5 months now and he really loves me, but he wants commitment and I'm not comfortable with that. He and I are complete opposites and I can't open up to him without him taking everything personally. Then I have my best friend who listens to me really well and I'm close to him and he likes me. I love them both but I don't want to hurt either one and I know I can't have both. I just don't know what to do.

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One thing that caught my eye is in your first sentence: “…and he really loves me…" To me, that seems like it’s a one-way street. You didn’t say "I really love him" or "we really love each other.” So I don’t really think you’re THAT interested in this fellow. I can be wrong, I don’t know the specifics of your guys’ relationship, but maybe this is something you should think about.

If you are more compatible with your BFF, and it’s driving a wedge between you and your boyfriend’s relationship— it seems like you’re just not that into him (your BF). If you truly loved this guy, nothing would come between you two. Maybe you’re just not happy with him, and that’s totally okay. Maybe it’s time to part.

It’s great that you have a best friend who can be everything you want— that’s pretty hard to find. Would you be willing to put your friendship on the line for a romance that may or may not work? It’s tricky business, let me tell you. Once you cross that boundary from platonic to romantic, your friendship may never go back to being the same if it doesn’t work out.

Think wisely about it,

Bee

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Anonymous asked:

Hey I was wondering, what do you do when your friends openly make plans in front of you without inviting you and what does it mean?

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It means they are rude friends. They would only do that out of spite or to try to push you out of the group by making you feel unwanted. If they agreed to do something they knew you wouldn’t like, then that is understandable, but their mistake was doing it in front of you and not privately. But if they planned something common that everyone would like, say coffee or pizza, then they have some sneaky reason for not inviting you.

If it’s seriously bothering you, have a calm talk with one of them, just to see what the heck that was all about.

Hope this helps!

Bee

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Anonymous asked:

Hi, im currently in a relationship. I have been seeing this guy for nearly three months now, and i was just wondering if it is normal to start having doubts. Whenever i think about it, i start to get all these thoughts about how our relationship is and then i feel guilty for having those thoughts, like i shouldn't be. So far the relationship is going well, there hasn't been any problems but sometimes i feel as though im starting to over think things alot

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Hi there!

This is totally normal. I was the same during my relationship and there will be many men and women after you who will think these same thoughts.

Even if someone’s relationship is going perfectly, they would most likely step back and think, “Wow this is too perfect, something must be wrong.” You know?

It’s normal to have thoughts, good or bad, about something that’s taking up a lot of your time. It’s good to think about those things. It’s better than blissfully ignoring your thoughts and thinking everything is perfect.

Over-thinking can be the death of us. If there’s no need to over-think— then don’t! If everything seems to be going well, just enjoy it for now. This is most likely the result of your brain going into defense mode. It’s just trying to protect you, but sometimes it can be a little overbearing— like a parent, lol.

Hope this helps,

Bee