Boss Man wrote:Does the work have lockers? If so you could make some things and keep them in a tupperware container and then leave your stuff and your lunch and snacks in the locker.
Why not workout with the friend? If they don't workout, they stil should, even if they are slim, because being slim isn't healthy necessarily, as slim people can still be prone to thin bones, and high blood pressure and cholesterol, depending on their physical state.
Working out on work ays is still feasible, so addressing it is one thing, now you should make it easier to do.
musculArgirl2 wrote:Hopefully it works out with your not boyfriend but boy-friend. You never know. Happy your having a nice break.
2 classes next semester will be a nice for you!
Boss Man wrote:The thing is though you might be afraid of getting hurt, but it all depends on how you look at the possibility of you and him.
Right now, do you think having to move for long periods of time to study in another place, would strain a relationship? If so don't do it.
Does he give off any possible signals that might indicate he might be reciprocal to the idea of you and him? Has he started displaying any differing behaviour, or talking about you, or using descriptions of you in a different way to usual?
If so then there might be something there with real milage.
If he was someone looking possibily to progress to some form of commitment, assuming there was anything or you both to start with, could your current life circumstances make it viable? Could you potentially see yourself living with him in 2 years from now, or would that not be possible?
If so, then don't do anything.
Being afraid of getting hurt is understandable, especially from past experiences you must have had, but if you gave such circumstances the same thought processes every time, would you ever be able to commit to anyone?
So there are circumstances to weigh up, but I personally would say, don't outright shun the potential existance of anything between you and him, but to weigh it up rationally, explore your current and near future circumstances and his current behaviour to you and behaviour, personality and attitude in general and then avoid or enter into a relationship with a more considered approach .
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