I'm a 15yo girl, and I've had my period for 2.5 years now, and it is never regular. Sometimes it is a few days early or on time, but most of the time it is a couple of weeks late. In the first year I got it, it was very on time but now it isn't....
It's so irritating, because it is very heavy (waking up and having blood in my bed is not pleasant) and painful when I get it, and I can't prepare easily if I don't know when it will come.
Is there something I can do to make it more regular and less heavy/painful?
Or should I just wait it out?
XX2 AnswersWomen's Health8 years ago
This past year, I've tried to change my friendship group partly to get some room from one of my best friends.
She is really selfish and annoying at the moment. If I tell her something about me she replies with "k" and then launches into something else about herself. Her mum also really spoils her and so she has a lot of money to spend and gets expensive presents. When I don't buy something because I think it's overpriced she says I'm stingy, but it really bothers me that she doesn't value money and that not everyone is given endless wads of cash. Her parents split up last year, and I've tried my be there as much as I can for her whilst dealing with my own issues (which she hardly cares for) so I can understand that she is quite "clingy". She has changed a lot, too, this past year - she wears acrylic nails and puts on waaaay too much eyeliner and dyes her hair. She has become quite rude as well, talking back to teachers etc.
I haven't been coming to her house very often anymore, and she had a go at me for that saying that "I never come to her house", which is quite funny seeing that she refuses to come to my house. It feels like a very one sided relationship and I'm not sure how to approach it with her...
Any advice is welcome!!2 AnswersFriends8 years ago
I dislocated my shoulder for the 3rd time (I'm only 15) in September this year, and I cannot stop thinking about the pain and ways I could accidentally dislocate it again. What are some tips and techniques that I could use to stress less about it?1 AnswerPain & Pain Management8 years ago
I'm nearly 15 (14 and 9 months, which is how old you must be to get a job in my state), and I haven't had a proper job before.
I want to apply for jobs at places like Woolworths, Cotton On, etc. but I'm worried that because I have no experience, and because I'm a school student they won't want me.
How would I write a CV/Application letter for this?
Here are some things that may help:
-I get good grades in school, my teachers describe me as hard-working, funny and focused (I have copies of my school reports, if needed)
- Very good at maths and English
-I'm in a band, 2 choirs and I have played basketball for 7 years
-I have been learning French at school for 3/4 years
- I know basic first-aid, and CPR
- I am a perfectionist, and I strive to do things to the best of my ability
- I am available to work on weekends
- I am easily approachable, and will always help someone if needed
- I always listen and follow instructions
Even if you could give me a layout, or suggest some ways to write an application/how to apply, I would be very appreciative!
Thankyou :)1 AnswerOther - Careers & Employment8 years ago
Yes they're One Direction. I made them myself. How much would you pay for them, as I'm considering making more and selling them?
At the moment, I was thinking about $15, as the shoes are $5, and I'd have to invest in some good fabrics paint.3 AnswersFashion & Accessories8 years ago
I'd like some detail about who/what it is and what they supposedly do. I've looked on a couple of websites but haven't really understood much of it, so please dont use incredibly difficult terms or historical facts.
Also if you can, can you please include some of the conspiracy theories?
THANKYOU!5 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups8 years ago
I'm a 14 year old girl, and for about a week I have been going to the toilet extremely frequently (like 5 times in the space of about a movie), and I've felt dehydrated and had a dry throat so I've been drinking water. Around the same time I started going to the toilet regularly, I also became really tired, sleeping and resting constantly. I have been hungry, but I haven't checked to see if I've lost weight (I way about 60kg and I'm 170cm, so I'm not at risk of Type 2) though I doubt I have. I've also come down with a strong cold- sore throat, coughing up stuff, etc. The skin on my legs has been quite dry and itchy as well.
So I wondered what it could be? Any answers are great :) THANKYOU x2 AnswersDiabetes8 years ago