i got a message to my email today which she need an advice for her problem.
This is her problem:
She was into the relationship with her boyfriend for a couple of months, before she have no feelings for this man and she just going out for that guy with no much attraction. as days passed by her feelings was developed and she said she think she was inlove for then. they frequently get fought on call and also if that guy couldn't greet her in a certain day maybe she was jealous. SHe decided to break up which she thought that was the best decision she could ever made, but her problem now she is inlove to that guy and she said she could not get off all the memories on her mind.
anyone could give some comments to this. collective ideas is better than one idea:)
An email is a private correspondance. Don't you think that she would want to keep the details of her problem "private", my friend?
my dear friend terence yeah i know its a private message thats why i told you i have a message from my email. and i think nothing is bad when it comes to the privacy since i didnt mentioned the name of the person.
I ask that you consider these 3 points before we go on any further:
1. Professional etiquette.
2. Code of Ethics.
3. Common decency.
You, as a professional personal trainer, should be well versed in these 3 points.
And by the way, I did not recieve a reply with regards as to why you had copied, word for word, someone else's script on "Karma" without giving any credit to the original writer. This is a discourtesy known as "plagiarism".
I think the problem is on communication
she should tell him all about her feeling, wants and needs
and she also need to hear all his thought
love is created by God not to be forgotten
no i don't think, why you should really believe what she saying !
You've got a good point there, my friend....
terence whats your problem here? can you mind your own business? or maybe your the one getting an attention here?
It seems strange to me that you ask me to mind my own business when you publicize this person's problem in this forum.
Don't you think that you should not be minding her business by publicizng it for everyone to read?
I believe that we should respect the privacy of those that confide in us.
If you really don't like people minding your business, then you would do well not to post comments in forum pages.
Forum pages are where people are invited to mind the business of others. This is why everyone is allowed to post comments.
Tell your friend this...
It took time to fall in love with this man...and it will take time to fall out of love. Nobody likes to hear that sort of advice because there's this illusion that we have control over our hearts. We simply don't. When I've been in this situation, at first the memories were brutally painful...and this holds true for all that is loved and lost. Eventually, the pain fades and we find ourselves immersed in new experiences and new loves. Bittersweet...but there you have it. There is no band-aid or quick fix medication for a this kind of sadness.
you seem to be forgetting we have all seen you start a bunch of spam threads using copied work that were designed to promote yourself.
Remember the boy who cried wolf? Why on earth would we take you seriously now?
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