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ahh, i did get into both!!!! i have to decide and i want to go to both!!
im also really worried about my younger siblings. they really look up to my brother.
and i know everyone is posting things like what to say to brother but i think im just avoiding him as much as possible.
i love chanel n 5 and coco madmoiselle!!
i guess i also socialize with my family. of course, there are times when i curl up in bed and room.
aries2756- what you wrote really touched my heart. even though i wouldnt say that to my brother (he’d just swear at me), the words you used were so comforting. thank you!!!
the reason im worried that ill also go OTD is because my parents are really chilled about things. they dont like when i watch tv & movies but they dont discourage it.
maynish- thank you!!
i just joined the CR and i think its one of the greatest decisions i have made in awhile.
its so amazing how connected you can to kall yisroel =]
so if i am a go BY girl…kinda a little modern so to say in my school where would be best for me??
and what about kids that dont grow up with it??
thanks for answering.
ok obnoxious, more questions.
what do these girls do after sem?? stern, touro??
where are they coming from?? how frum are they?? like do they watch movies and tv and listen to non-jewish music??
how many girls are in each? do they get internet access to email family?? do they connect with teachers?? what about the dorms?? meals??
i think thats enough for now
ok maynish, how can i contact the person you mentioned???
i dont know what im supposed to say to him, like my brother is off the derech and im really sad about it…
since im in HS i socialize 24/7. im always on the phone, hanging with friends…
observanteen, you’re right im just a HS girl…i find it really frusterating that teachers tell us to ask questions a LOR (local orthodox rabbi)but they dont really give you any help just listen to daas torah they know whats best.
i live out of town and i love it. all my camp friends from new york and lakewood always tell me how much friendlier and warm out of towners are. one of my friends told me that she wishes her school was like mine.
kapusta: nah. i dont think it would help that much.
im a pretty normal bais yaakov girl. maybe my family used to be modern but now we’re kinda yeshivaish..
thanks everyone for posting. its been really hard and i dont really want to talk about with my friends and parents. i know ppl always say you should speak to a mentor/rabbi but i just cant do it. i dont mind asking if a milk got on meat type of Q but i dont like the idea of telling him my probs.