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Can someone please give me advice? Topic: Influenza research and treatment
June 16, 2019 / By Andri
Question: Okay, I'm going into my freshmen year of high school, and I've liked this girl for a little over three years now. Well after three years of holding in my feelings, I spilled my heart to her. Which I regret every day. We were friends before, I even slow danced with her a couple of times at a dance, but after I sent that message to her, she started ignoring and avoiding me. We actually completely stopped talking to each other after that. And then she told my best friend I was a creep. I know I deserved it, but that hurt pretty bad. I tried telling her i was sorry, but she kept ignoring me. It was my friends idea to spill my heart out to her, and he actually got her to like him for awhile during the year, so I trusted him. But it obviously didn't work. I sent her that message back in May, and a couple of days ago, she sent me a message telling me she was sorry for making me feel like crap and how sh thought I was a nice guy and how she hopes we can be friends. That did make me feel better, but at school events during the summer for band, I still noticed her avoiding me and she even got sort of angry if I was in the same area as her. I don't know, I guess I deserve it. It was just so hard to hold in my feelings for so long. I really wanted to go to the homecoming dance with her, but that's not happening. Oh well, I always put her happiness before my own. When she liked my best friend, I tried to get them together, even though it hurt so bad to watch that. I'm stuck, any advice.
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Whitaker Whitaker | 9 days ago
Since you like to joke on other person's question why dont I give you the exact answer you gave me: YOU might have AIDS Human immunodeficiency virus infection / Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is a disease of the human immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).[1] During the initial infection a person may experience a brief period of influenza-like illness. This is typically followed by a prolonged period without symptoms. As the illness progresses it interferes more and more with the immune system, making people much more likely to get infections, including opportunistic infections, and tumors that do not usually affect people with working immune systems. HIV is transmitted primarily via sexual intercourse (including oral and anal sex), contaminated blood transfusions and hypodermic needles, and from mother to child during pregnancy, delivery, or breastfeeding.[2] Some bodily fluids, such as saliva and tears, do not transmit HIV.[3] Prevention of HIV infection, primarily through safe sex and needle-exchange programs, is a key strategy to control the disease. There is no cure or vaccine; however, antiretroviral treatment can slow the course of the disease and may lead to a near-normal life expectancy. While antiretroviral treatment reduces the risk of death and complications from the disease, these medications are expensive and may be associated with side effects. Genetic research indicates that HIV originated in West-central Africa during the early twentieth century.[4] AIDS was first recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 1981 and its cause, HIV, identified in the early 1980s.[5] Since its discovery, it has led to nearly 30 million deaths till 2009,[6] and as of 2010, approximately 34 million people have contracted HIV globally.[7] AIDS is considered a pandemic—a disease outbreak which is present over a large area and is actively spreading.[8] HIV/AIDS has had a great impact on society, both as an illness and as a source of discrimination. The disease also has significant economic impacts. There are many misconceptions about HIV/AIDS such as the belief that it can be transmitted by casual non-sexual contact. The disease has also become subject to many controversies involving religion. The majority of HIV infections are acquired through unprotected sexual relations where one partner has HIV.[2] Worldwide, sexual contact between members of the opposite sex, rather than between members of the same sex, result in most cases of transmission.[2] In the United States, as of 2009, most sexual transmission occurred in men who have sex with men[2] with this population accounting for 64% of all new cases.[32] In high-income countries, the risk of female-to-male transmission is ~0.04% per act and male-to-female transmission is ~0.08% per act.[33] For various reasons, these rates are four to ten times higher in low-income countries with rates of female-to-male transmission at ~0.38% per act and male-to-female transmission at ~0.30% per act.[33] The risk from anal intercourse is ~1.7% per act[33], and while the risk of transmission from oral sex is lower it is still present.[34] Per act risk is estimated at 0–0.04% for receptive oral intercourse.[35] Case reports have documented the acquisition of HIV from receiving oral sex.[36] Risk increases in the presence of many sexually transmitted infections[37] and genital ulcers.[33] Genital ulcers increase the risk approximately fivefold[33] and there is a lesser increase in risk from STIs such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, and bacterial vaginosis.[35] Rough sex also appears to increase the risk.[38] The viral load of an infected person is important both in heterosexual and vertical transmission.[39] During the first 2.5 months of an HIV infection a person's infectiousness is twelve times higher due to this high viral load.[35] Where the person is in the late stages of infection rates of transmission are approximately eightfold greater.[33] Commercial sex exposure impact risk with rates of female-to-male transmission of ~2.4% per act and male-to-female transmission is ~0.08% per act.[33] Sexual assault is believed to have an increased risk of HIV transmission as condoms are rarely employed, physical trauma to the vagina or rectum may occur, and there may be a greater risk of concurrent sexually transmitted infections.[40] The percentage of those who are HIV positive and in jail for sexual assault in the United States is roughly 1% Have a good day!
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Whitaker Originally Answered: How to get over my ex! Please give me advice?
How to move on from your ex: Remove Old Photos: Make sure there are no photos of you and your ex lying around the house. You could be having a great day and then all of a sudden go into a drawer and find a photo of the two of you hugging in a swimming pool. While you may not have gotten sunburned at the pool, you might have gotten burned by your ex and you don't need to be reminded of it. Pack up all of the photos and put them in a box far away from any place you could stumble upon it. Save cell phone pictures to a folder in a location you never or rarely go to. Go New Places: Going to the same restaurants, cafés and coffee shops that you went to with your ex should be off your radar. It's best to find new places with new faces. Don't go into places where they know you as a couple when you want the world to now know you as a single person. Remove Cell Phone Reminders: Delete any old voicemail messages or texts from your ex. That birthday text message your former partner sent you last year might have been cute then, but if you stumble upon it now it loses its luster. Clear out your inbox and make room for all the new messages and possibilities. Select New Music: Don't listen to songs that remind you of your ex. There's nothing like making an effort to put your ex out of your mind and then the song that played when you started dating starts up on your iPod. Clear the decks and make a new playlist. Login to Your New Life: The Internet probably contains many reminders of your ex. Your Facebook may need the biggest clean-up. Head in there and delete any photos with both of you together. Also, the friends that went over to your ex's side of the fence once the split happened should be unfriended immediately. Think Positive Thoughts: It's not just physical things that can remind you of your ex. Thoughts that we have can change our outlook on life, so think positively. Don't remind yourself of all of the things your ex did that you couldn't stand. Instead, be positive and focus on all of the things you're going to achieve in your new life. Make Notes of Your Progress: Write down the progress that you're making as a new single person. Get a journal and put down your thoughts as they come to you. List where you've been and where you're headed. This will keep your eye on the prize -- happiness.

Samuel Samuel
Be there for her and try and get her to talk to her parents... By her talking to them gives her more options on wether or not she wants to keep it or even adoption she has more options now than she will later. Her parents will find out eventually just make sure it's not to late. And be a good friend and try and help/guide her to make the choices she wants and not what anyone "wants" her to do because she am has to deal with it later on in life no matter what she decides... And like the girl before said her parents will grow to the idea and yes there's a chance they'll loose it but the won't hurt her or the baby. So encourage her to make her decisions that will benefit her in the end.
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Nahum Nahum
You were right in sharing your feelings about how you felt about her. You may feel hurt because she did not respond in kind. However, it is time to move on with your life. Wish her well and find someone who will love you for who you are and wants to be with you. I speak from experience. If it doesn't kill you. It will make you stronger and a better person.
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Kentigern Kentigern
Don't sweat it man, you're not even in college/university yet. I would cut ties, if she says you're a creep, f*** that broad. Be a man and grow a pair, how about you start ignoring her? See how that goes, and maybe find a girl who appreciates your affection. Next time keep your damn feelings inside, I know it's difficult but women don't respect a man who can't control his emotions.
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Horatio Horatio
Small event, and the fact you feel so much guilt over it says to me you're a pretty decent kid with your head on your shoulders. Just take it easy, you have so much life, full of love, loss, laughs and pain. Just soak it up. :)
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Horatio Originally Answered: Please help me and give me some advice. I just do not know what to do!:(?
Forget getting into more debt for education if you're not sure about what you want to do. Find a job now to pay the bills and you'll figure out what you want to be when you grow up along the way. It takes some of us a while to figure it out - I was 25 before I went back to college. You're spending hours a day researching careers online... start applying for jobs. Find retail stores and/or restaurants and go apply in person.

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