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  • in reply to: Calling Everyone You Disagree With a "Troll" or Someone Else #1165844

    Vote for moderators they keep the yeshivah world safe from ….stuff

    in reply to: Emergency troll thread required #1165242

    MA thanks for the tips!!!lately ivebjust been keeping my toothbrush in my bedroom

    in reply to: I am very upset at the mods #1166716

    Sparkly cause u sound cute and nice and smart very simple ingredients #friendshipgoals

    They should have an option to give out numbers

    in reply to: Emergency troll thread required #1165240

    A better question how do u stop the cleaning lady from using your toothbrush in other places and having to buy a new one every week!!!

    in reply to: I am very upset at the mods #1166712

    I dont either know anyone on this group but……kay I have a confession….I wish I knew sparkly *blushes deeply*

    in reply to: how to get rid of a grudge? #1176279

    I’m normally not one to give my advice being that I feel I’m not worthy and who would wanna listen to me but on this topic I can promise you I know what I’m talking about. There was this girl who to put it mildly ruined my name and basically my life a few years ago she told people alot of lies about me ,that I hung out with the wrong people etc. And basicly my camp life and school life were destroyed and no one wanted to talk to me because they thought I was bad.And eventually I started thinking no one will believe me anyways and i started doing the very things she said about me if not worse.(eventually I worked hard and Baruch hashem things only got better and i had alot of friends)for years I wished something bad happened to her that she should suffer the same way i did that she should feel what lonliness and depression feels like and then one day i came to a scary conclusion I realized that the only way for me to have closure is to let go and forgive i cant say that it was easy i didnt even know if i had to she made me get kicked out of places and i couldnt get summer jobs because of it but sat down on my bed and started writing about everything all my feelings I was crying but ya know what after that I didn’t send it to her (which technically I could have.I just threw it away and with that all my anger went away (she doesn’t believe she did any thing wrong before i forgave her I trued being mature …at some point I called her to talk things through and she said that I owe her an apology I had nothing to do with her prior to the rumors she made up but yet I still asked her for forgiveness and she said no….I plain hung up the phone on her…I was not gonna get angry) so basically my humble advice to u is just do what it takes to forgive you can write you can talk or you can just think and you will feel like the weight of the world is off your shoulders love, sadgirlygirl

    in reply to: I am very upset at the mods #1166694

    -Absan no I’m not part of the staff here at ywn but if I was things would be a bit different. On a sidenote I do appreciate the mods here really I do. But I think the lines have been blurred between what they think is inappropriate..like sometimes something is okay and sometimes it’s not.

    Mashiach agent are u a psychologist? Because imyh I’m going into that field and i wanna know whether you have any advice

    in reply to: are girls allowed to dye their hair? #1170916

    Sparkly I thought your wjole issue was that you’re in shidduchim with grey hair

    in reply to: I am very upset at the mods #1166674

    And at least if u take something down tell me why so I know for next time

    in reply to: I am very upset at the mods #1166673

    Omg moshiach agent don’t talk like that I still Want u here….And you can’t do mitzvos up there

    in reply to: What happened this year? #1165040

    Sparkly it’s random…that’s why I’m saying it just bored

    in reply to: What happened this year? #1165035

    Coffee addict you’re hysterical…I was sleeping wirh my mouth open and i woke up and my mouth was parched

    in reply to: Who actually likes grape flavor? #1165425

    Theprof1 I want gonna say the black person comment I was afraid it’s racist

    in reply to: Who actually likes grape flavor? #1165423

    Grape flavor laffy taffys aren’t so bad

    in reply to: What happened this year? #1165032

    So what did everyone eat for breakfast today *tries starting a conversation *

    in reply to: are girls allowed to dye their hair? #1170909

    I didn’t say that

    in reply to: are girls allowed to dye their hair? #1170907

    From what I heard the dye would be a chatzitzah when she goes to the mikvah

    I don’t really know the halachos but my friend who is married wanted to dye her hair ombre brown to blonde and she wasn’t allowed cause it would be a chatzitzah. But her mom got a heter to dye her grey hair brown because it’s her natural color. So I think you have to ask your local rabbi cause two different rabbis gave different psaks

    in reply to: what is a normal age to get married? #1169118

    Sparkly yes girls that get BA in these programs have been accepted to LIU/NYU and such type of places…and when you say “non hewish colleges with us” you’re going to a not jewish college? And who is “us”?

    in reply to: Where you going on vacation?? #1164621

    Im staying in my favorite place boroooooo parkkkkkkkk

    in reply to: mod-29 #1208477

    I’m gonna try my luck now…can you reach out to me tonight? :*

    in reply to: what is a normal age to get married? #1169115

    Sparkly Why would you say that most girls getting their degrees are otd. As gofish has stated there are alot of programs for them tti /sora shenirer and even some seminaries offer BA and touro collge itself has separate classes for men and women. The world isn’t black and white either you dorm in a mixed university and party and get drunk with guys or you have no degree and kollel lifestyle. Hashem gave us kosher ways to get a degree like that we can still keep our morals and halachos and still be able to earn a living and marry off our kids and make yuntif.

    in reply to: what is a normal age to get married? #1169107

    When you’re talking about young people getting married typically it’s chassidish people who typically don’t get degrees(there are exceptions like myself) so there fore they have the ability to start earlier because they have nothing holding them back as they say in Yiddish (for those who understand ) ??? ??? ??? ???? ???? ????

    in reply to: what is a normal age to get married? #1169106

    The best time to get married is when there’s a hall available….

    in reply to: im a girl alone in medical office #1165386

    Sparkly I don’t understand your question I left a job that was the point of this thread and college didn’t even start yet but somebody commented on what I said about college so I’m just trying to clarify

    in reply to: im a girl alone in medical office #1165375

    Syag lachuchma omg I never thought I would hear you say that….wow this is an emotional day!!!! And thanks I’m trying to be positive! And omg thanks all of you for all your suggestions and…theories and comments …..r

    in reply to: im a girl alone in medical office #1165374

    And btw it was my first job I didn’t know (not even a week) and the boss combined three jobs in one in order not have to pay more people (I was receptionist, assistant, and ……..cleaning lady) so between all my gross conditions (cleaning bathroom garbage etc) I led in addition to the uncomfortableness

    Better? (I think it is worth keeping the post)

    in reply to: im a girl alone in medical office #1165372

    Okay everyone…..update!!!!!! So I was feeling super uncomfortable for so many reasons that I didn’t even post here to retain some iota of privacy…but the point is I leftttttt!!!!! And for those of you wondering all random facts

    1. I’m not a troll

    2.um not also in college I’m accepted to a college next year

    3.I’m not scared it will ruin shidduchim cause I know God has someone for me before I was born however I don’t want certain people to call me a quitter which they already did

    4.it’s not a basement

    5.that story I said with me being alone with a male patient..he had the first morning appointment and Dr wasn’t in yet

    Any other questions lemme know for now the job hunt continues —op sadgirlygirl

    in reply to: should trolls be allowed to study gemara? #1161512

    jewishfeminist lol actually not …confession for today i was on this coffee room when i was 14 haha..but i dont see the question why they shouldnt be able to

    in reply to: should trolls be allowed to study gemara? #1161510

    haha i literally thought you were talking bout trolls like the big green scary one from harry potter

    in reply to: The role of the woman in yiddishkeit #1162863

    the goal of every woman is that she should read shlome hamelechs words in aishes chayil and try her best to be what it says there because that is a perfect guideline

    in reply to: im a girl alone in medical office #1165305

    okay i guess thanks for all your advice….ahhhhhhhh….still confused

    in reply to: Sitting on Toilet and Bed on Tisha B'Av #1161496

    apushetayid and all gemara kups and dayanim here random afterthought ..many of u sound so knowledgable in halacha but if youre alwasy posting here how do u have time to learn fancy terms

    in reply to: im a girl alone in medical office #1165301

    btw sparkly i am also in college so no need to worry. can i be honest with all of you….i dont have guts to quit im scared…what would i tell the dr and what would people who know me say “oh she quit x,y,z now she gonna quit marriage when things get too hard”…and too all of you asking about patients coming in and out.. im alone with him most of the day..and another point he isnt here right now so im alone with a different male patient..also where will i get another job

    in reply to: Giving women car rides #1171420

    @brisker26 so off topic but im a girl that took karate lessons

    in reply to: what is a normal age to get married? #1169023

    its not about age its about stage…where you are upto mentally and spiritually. as many of you are talking about chassidish 17 year olds ill just throw this in. im a heimish chassidish girl and ill be 18 soon. baruch hashem i grew up in a super chilled and open minded home…people have such a misconception about chasssdish people..utterly ridiculous…anyhow going back to our topic.i have already had many suggestions “redt” to me bh and my parents are listening despite the fact that im 17 because that isnt the point…maturity is the key word

    in reply to: Women & Tznius #1159533

    Hey I can recommend two books for u to read

    1. Oz vehudar by rabbi Falk

    2.daughters of dignity

    Both are Amazing I would recommend first the daughters of dignity book it brings out so many beautiful stories for each halacha

    in reply to: I don’t like vanilla ice cream. #1159625

    You people have it all wrong

    Strawberry ice cream is bae

    in reply to: Depression&torahs perspective&helpful ideas #1169966

    Omg thank you all for your wonderful ideas.so btw I do go to a therapist like I said at some point and she didn’t tell me I have depression but due to many traumas and abuses in my life I have anxiety (she said I don’t neede medication ). All of you gave fabulous ideas I keep rereading them to see how I can implement them.thanks all of u (the only thing that I probably can’t do is the chabad rabbi thing…..)

    in reply to: We just can't figure out who's the problem… #1159240

    Wow I like the way that was put down

    in reply to: Depression&torahs perspective&helpful ideas #1169935

    I am very overwhelmed and by the way I do have a therapist but im looking for torah perspective

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