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Please Give me advice or what do you think. I recently wrote a friend and send him an encouraging card?

Please Give me advice or what do you think. I recently wrote a friend and send him an encouraging card? Topic: Cool ideas for writing letters
June 26, 2019 / By Chance
Question: along with some pictures of me. I also sent him a picture of himself that I added stuff I thought he would think is pretty cool( picture done in photobucket with art around it). In my letter that I wrote him I told him I would be there for him in a round about way. I heard that my lil poem/quote was deep and very orginal. I also put in a verse from one of our favorte poet, Which relfects what he's going thru right now. I would like to know why havent I recieved a letter back already from him? Do you think he dont know what to say or maybe he think my ideas were pretty lame and he never want to speak to me again?? we were friends/lovers. The least he can do is write me back and tell me not to write him no more.
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Alpin Alpin | 7 days ago
He suffers from lack of self-confident, that's why he didn't replied. You should do some thing for his confidence.
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Alpin Originally Answered: Is there any basis to how Colleges/Universities decide who to send mail to encouraging them to apply to their school?
Colleges purchase mailing lists from various sources such as College Board and ACT. All they get is your name and contact info. They don't know your GPA, or your SAT score, or anything else about you. They CAN'T know that info unless you release it to them by submitting an application. All they know is that you're a high school student who may be interested in college. So why would they encourage you to apply, if they know nothing about you? Because you MIGHT be the kind of student they're looking for. But they won't know until they see your application, so they want you to apply. Sort of like buying raffle tickets; the more you buy, the better your chance of picking the winning ticket. It has nothing to do with money. Yale only has room for about 1400 freshmen, and they have no trouble filling those spots. Getting more applications doesn't mean they'll accept more students and get more tuition. It just gives them a larger pool to choose from. And no, they aren't just in it for the application fees. Those fees cover the costs of processing the applications; they don't make a profit from it. Incidentally, my daughter, who was a top student in high school and had a sky-high SAT score, never got a mailing from Yale. But my son, who squeaked by with mostly C's, did. So there's really no rhyme or reason to it.
Alpin Originally Answered: Is there any basis to how Colleges/Universities decide who to send mail to encouraging them to apply to their school?
No, they send the mail based on the fact that all schools are businesses. They all want money. They know you are a student and they want YOUR or your parents' money. It's normal for schools to broadcast emails. Yale and Columbia are expensive colleges. Not everyone wants to go to them for that reason alone. They try to recruit people all the time, because they have to fill the empty slots every year.

Tessie Tessie
Maybe he need times to think about it alone ;-p Or the letter is lost/misplace ;-p If it is destiny for both of you to be together. Both of you will be together. If not, there is nothing you can do.
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Tessie Originally Answered: Too afraid to give best friend a letter I wrote?
I think since I'm a guy and I don't know the bond. But I think you just let out all your feelings out on that paper! I mean it would be better to tell her in person of how you feel and how much she cares to you. It will be less awkward and less confusing since you think it will make her think your in love with her. I'm pretty sure she'll give you hug for how nice and what you said to her. That's what I think :D
Tessie Originally Answered: Too afraid to give best friend a letter I wrote?
why would you tell her you wrote her a letter if you weren't going to give it to her? it's really nice to know what people actually think of you so i think giving her the letter would be a really nice thing the friend should wait until you're ready to give it to her though alternately, you could just rewrite the letter, less mushy this time

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