You've been talking to someone online for a few months and they claim to really like you. You talk on the phone, you flirt constantly, and the "l" word has even slipped out a few times.
But they have a terrible habit of not texting first. It's always you who initiates the conversation. This person knows that you're insecure and that not hearing from them makes you think something's wrong. You've explained this to them before and they always say they're going to try harder. It's been 3 days since you've heard from them (and you usually text every day). Should I give in and text first or just wait it out? For me, (and I know it's wrong) I feel like not hearing from them automatically means they're not thinking about me and I just get all depressed.
I just got internet set up in my new apartment. It's wifi and my computer and phone both connect perfectly, but when I try to connect my Wii I keep getting a 51330 error code. Looking up the code says that my password is likely being entered wrong but I have entered it correctly. What am I doing wrong?
Is there any hope for a person who is job searching but hates networking?
Based on a previous post.
Will you post a picture of your belly button? :)
I'm going to visit my parents in South Carolina from October 24 through 26. They live right outside of Charleston. Any suggestions on what to do?
I got my first iPhone.
What apps should I download?
Is John Boehner completely evil, or is he merely a weak man, too scared of losing his job to do what's right for his country?
So having had it for all of 5 days, I just smashed the screen of my beautiful new iPhone 5c. I'm not with a carrier, and I bought it outright. No insurance either. Wwtqcd?
I can live with it for now but I'd like to get it fixed at some point.
Do you think you'll ever retire?
How old will you be?
So every day when I leave the office, I notice that I'm f'ing STARVING. Like, completely irritable and weak kinda starving. Apparently the combination of lack of appetite, and getting wrapped up in my work, prevents me from getting enough calories throughout the day. I do take a 30 minute lunch break where all I focus on is eating, but due to the lack of appetite I probably don't get enough at lunch half the time... and then when I do remember to snack, it doesn't fill me up because I just can't be bothered to keep chewing and swallowing when I could be getting other stuff done.
So TQC, do you have any suggestions for how I can remember to eat? Do you have any ideas on snacks I can stock up on that will help me get more calories down in less time?? Help plz. I need to not want to kill my BF and dogs when I get home from the office :(
I'm sure a google search would get me some ideas on this, and I have plenty of knowledge of what kinds of snacks tend to be high calorie... mostly just looking for all the ideas I can get and any success stories you might have to help make me believe that I can change this bad habit.
DK/DC/How can you forget to eat?: What do you do for a living? What's your dream job?
How many of you have ever truly regretted having children?
Having children scares me because it is a permanent commitment. I know that you love your kids, but do you ever wish you hadn't?
I truly want to know. Thanks!
If you could watch a "Day In The Life" documentary on anyone, who would you pick?
On Oct. 2, I had dental work done...a chipped tooth fixed and molds taken for mouth guards.
I was billed $191.00 for the visit which I paid on that same day.
My dentist sent a duplicate claim to the insurance for the same services on the same day and the insurance denied the duplicate claim which says I owe $479.00 for the same services that I paid the $191 for.
I called my insurance co. and told them about the claim and the customer service rep said that I didn't need to worry about the $479.00. I tried calling my dentist but they're closed for the night so I have to try them again when they open.
If the dentist wants me to pay the $479 for the duplicate claim, what actions do I need to take? I'm not sure if I contact my insurance again, mail a claim dispute, or do something else.
I don't trust that the customer service rep knew what she was talking about when I called my insurance and I'm guessing that I'm going to get charged for the duplicate claim by my dentist which is horse-shit. If anyone's had experience with this and knows what to do, any assistance would be greatly appreciated.