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1 he wouldn't leave... (post #4) Relationships
2 this is NOT an "am I pregnant" question. (post #5) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
3 Plan B expiration? (post #2) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
4 depression and a lack of intimacy (post #2) Relationships
5 scared of getting too close (post #10) Relationships
6 when do breasts stop growing? (post #1) Bodies
7 Condomless sex? (post #6) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
8 best.night.ever. (post #0) YAY!
9 quitting Facebook (maybe for now, maybe forever) (post #9) Bodies
10 feeling like a bad girlfriend (post #6) Relationships
11 an end in sight (post #0) YAY!
12 am I superficial? (post #2) Relationships
13 breakup, make up, breakup, make up (post #4) Relationships
14 not sure if this is in the right place (post #8) Emergencies and Crises
15 from passion to total blah (post #8) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
16 loyalty conflicts (post #0) Relationships
17 How do you KNOW? (post #14) Relationships
18 a friend's problem, or my problem with my friend? (post #0) Relationships
19 two differing opinions from others -- does MINE matter? (post #2) Sexual Identity
20 how do you know when it's "right"? (post #2) Relationships
21 avoiding relationships (post #2) Relationships
22 possible eating disorder (post #2) Bodies

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