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#1 Re: Introductions » Hey guys! » 2008-12-09 09:19:54

Thanks guys!

Sure, I could snip out a bit of it and upload it to see a sample... although I haven't got far enough to finalise any harder material so it will be basic degree level the bit you'll see smile

I will try and get it up within the next week or so.

#2 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Independence of Kosovo » 2008-12-08 06:40:30

Hey, my family is from serbia, but i was born and have lived in england my whole life so i havent really followed the politics or history much, so i cant have a justified opinion...

But i can say i disagree strongly with NATO or just USA in general stickies their noses in others business all the time just because they want to bully and get benefits for themselves...

#3 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » love and feelings » 2008-12-08 06:32:17

@ Tigeree

The reason why you "like" eachother at different times is because its a game, you may not realise it, but it happens naturally, im guessing your pretty young so this is especially normal. if you aint, then sorry tongue but without noticing your showing them how much you like them to a point where you give up a little bit, its at that point the other one realises a change and they arent getting as much attention, so they run after you a bit... then vice versa. Simple answer to your problem: have fun!!!! dont open your emotions too much if theres a chance your gonna be together, if your too much friends then going out with them isnt bad, just make sure you dont lose the fun and laughs you always had and dont let it get too serious too quickly smile be open when talking and talk about the things you do in a jokey way at first if it feels weird and awkward.

#4 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » love and feelings » 2008-12-08 06:24:03

Yes I've had it happen... it's always heartbreaking if you truely love them, but can also be heartbreaking if you dont love them, just being emotionally attached or simply used to being around someone constantly causes you to think about them all the time when they leave. But if you feel like you've lost a part of them, or lost them as your partner/friend or they are leaving the best thing to do is just pass time and try to forget about them. Yes its easier said than done, but its the goal you should try to reach to cause yourself less heartache, occupying yourself and your mind by doing activities (even if they seem pointless) is good, talking to people is ESSENTIAL, the more people you are around or have to talk to the better. After some relationships you will start to realise that you should hold back your emotions towards people, and not give everything you have, because the chances are very high you will get hurt, but this is of course what you need to learn... its all about experiencing. My advice would be to go ahead and do what you feel will make you happy, your likely to get hurt... sometimes much worse than others, but you will ALWAYS learn from it, and even though while your hurting it feels like the world will end, you will see after time that you are stronger and the next time it happens its much easier to handle. And you will also realise that nobody is perfect for anybody, everyone has flaws, and theres always plenty more fish in the sea, no matter how great the person you were with is, that doesnt mean you cant find the same or better happiness elsewhere... and anyway, your own company is best smile

If you have been dumped the best thing to do is think about the bad things they have done, the things you dont like about them etc so that you get angry rather than hurt. Think about them dumping you as a rude thing to do and not a hurtful thing, then things will be easier. Guys tend to not talk to people as much as girls about their problems, especially love problems, but they should find the right ones to talk to, family/friends/counsellers, and not be embarrassed because everybody loves somebody and goes through similar things smile

Im talking too much now, hope it helped tongue

#5 Re: Introductions » Hi everybodyyyyy » 2008-12-08 06:05:22

Chewy wrote:
John E. Franklin wrote:

Cool!! Pakistan!!!  Is K2 there?  What is your favorite mountain to climb or to look at?

I thought K2 was in the Himalayas.

Its been disputed, its only accessible via pakistan, but its thought to have belonged to china for a long time.

Anyway, welcome!

#6 Introductions » Hey guys! » 2008-12-08 06:00:13

g3org3m
Replies: 4

Hey everyone.

I'm a third year Maths student, but after being taught by extremely dull, unenthusiastic and lazy lecturers who think its ok to scribble down notes from a textbook on the blackboard is acceptable teaching i thought i would look for other ways to learn about maths, because i really enjoy it and hence how i came to this forum smile

Im naturally very good at maths, find it really easy to understand new concepts, but i dont study so much because i find it hard to find the right material to teach me. Im quite particular and thourough, and i find a lot of texts are too quick to explain or are just plain rubbish... i hope i can talk to some people who are on the same wavelength as me and also maybe find some friends!

Im currently writing my own sophisticated yet non-jargon and through version of a maths book designed to really "teach" maths in the way which i believe will let everybody understand, however its going to end up really comprehensive as im a perfectionist so it will take a while, not that im in a rush, its a long term thing for my own enjoyment, but if i ever get round to completing a section (ive started with Algebra cos i love it), i could always give a lucky few a sneaky peek if your nice tongue

Anyway, greetings!

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