By the way, let’s be honest – it probably won’t be going anywhere. So, right now, take a moment to thank all those absentee dads out there for setting the wheels in motion for you.
I keep a top 40 radio station on in the shower, so that every day I hear what new music is out there.
) Unless you want to grow up to be a druggie, stay away from drugs and stay away from douches who have drugs. The worst thing you can do when you're being bullied is do nothing. Sadly, if it's the teacher who's bullying you or sexually harassing you, call the police. Then, well, it's not really harassment, more like sexually enjoyable.
(I guess if your brain doesn't work in the first place, then it really doesn't matter! Bullies just don't exist in the movies, they're everywhere in real life - especially in the school yards. I'd recommend talking to a teacher who you think is trustworthy and who is not afraid to do something about it in your behalf.
There's lots to do, lots to learn, friends to make and idiots to avoid. But with the right advice, you should be able to survive high school.
How are you supposed to learn anything if you forget your books, forget what time it is or forget that you have to go to school. Or don't learn anything and be a dumbass for life.
For instance: to study historical facts, write the historical fact on one side of the card and the key details on the other side.
A feature on my podcast (The SDR Show) is called Dick Tales where we share stories of dating, and a recurring theme is me dating women A LOT younger than me. because if a 22-year-old says she wants to kik with you, you better know what that means. First and foremost – if she’s obviously A LOT younger, there’s daddy issues there. Last year, I met a gorgeous girl in Texas, after a truly amazing weekend together, she called to tell me her biological father had found her and wanted to re-connect, and as happy as I was for her, I knew it was over for us, and literally the day after she met him, she told me she didn’t think we should see each other anymore.Unless you've got a couple of friends who are super-serious about getting down to business, stay away from group study sessions because they tend to get off-topic pretty quickly.Save the social time till after you've handed in your test.According to a study performed by The Center for the Study of Long Distance Relationships (yes, this place exists), 25 to 40 percent of all romantic relationships among college students are in some way long distance.If you're in college, it's not unlikely you'll have a long distance relationship to manage at some point.