I am pretty non defensive personally. And I'll admittedly avoid confrontation. It's pretty much who I am, and how I've always approached situations. Somewhat timidly. But she gets offended more easily than I do, and wants me to "defend" her more often than I feel is actually needed. But I do realize that my logic is fallacious... I need to "defend" her as much as she needs me to defend her. I just don't know how to do it. The way I approach people who have offended me personally is very straightforward or I just ignore it/get over it, She needs a less obvious approach.7 AnswersSingles & Dating9 years ago
Is going to the club or a bar and dancing usually a sexually charged thing for you?
My girlfriend loves to dance, I don't, and I'm no good. So sometimes she goes out without me to dance, and hang out with her friends (mostly guys). Also these are guys that she doesn't really know very well and considers "party friends". I get jealous because of this. What do you think? I'll take any opinions.1 AnswerSingles & Dating9 years ago
Christians assert that you need to be saved in order to enter Heaven and avoid Hell. So if you're not saved.... can anyone finish that sentence for me?
What I'm getting at is that Christians make the claim that they never tell anyone they are going to Hell, but the painfully obvious conclusion to their most basic religious belief is about as apparent as a slap in the face.
Ya feel me?12 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
Ok this isn't meant to be religious at all but my grandpa asked me to find out for him, and it's a passage from the Bible.
"By grace are you saved through faith, and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God."
What is the rule concerning the pronouns "that" and "it"? Which noun are they referring to, "grace" or "faith".
Bonus Q: What is the second usage of a pronoun called?
If you know, I'd appreciate the help, my grandpa is trying to remember grade school and he's 92 years old.3 AnswersWords & Wordplay10 years ago
It's just a woman that is a friend of a friend likes me and wants to hang out and stuff, and she's definitely made it clear that she is attracted. But I'm not attracted to her. She's pretty and sweet, but I feel nothing for her beyond a potential friendship. What's the best approach to this situation. The girl is not the brightest, but has decent common sense. I write things out MUCH more clearly than I can verbalize them, would it be ok to tell her over facebook or texting, or is this non-relationship something that should be more face to face?1 AnswerSingles & Dating10 years ago
More and more people are taking medication for depression. Why is this? Were suicides so much more common in the past when meds weren't available? Was the quality of life worse in the past for lack of meds? I'm beginning to think the growing epidemic of "depression" is really just laziness, and/or a bi-product of the growing philosophy of relativism.2 AnswersPsychology10 years ago
We humans can't get anything right... look at our economy, our environment, the levels of crime and depravity, domination and manipulation that people are capable of. If there is a God and he isn't HERE literally telling us how it is, then we as a race have gotten the concept of "what God is" so messed up that it's really not worth considering.5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
Kind of like that old question "How do you describe color to a blind man?".26 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
I used to be attracted to a lot of girls, and I still do find them sexually appealing (at least the hot ones). But I find myself more annoyed than interested in any ladies I meet. They're such a hassle to have a serious relationship with (judging from observation), and take a lot of energy/time. I'm not enough of a jerk to want to just use a woman for sex, so I find myself not even able to develop friendships with women because they ALWAYS get the wrong idea. I'm not unhappy with my celibate life status, but I am actually worried that I am missing out.4 AnswersSingles & Dating10 years ago
And what draws you back?5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
or at least give me a percentage of how often you think this happens.4 AnswersYahoo Answers1 decade ago