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I had the same situation when I was still student with a group of friends and friends of friends. One of my closest friend (lets call her Mary) had a problem with a guy (Ben). The story behind it was absolutely stupid, but Ben wasn't able to forgive or forget, and was even badmouthing Mary behind her back to the rest of the group. Mary immediately tried to ...


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Everyone has a different expectation of what constitutes a satisfactory answer to any given question he asks, even that question is as straightforward and simple as what 1 + 1 equals. That is due to the fact that there are certain subjective presumptions of prior knowledge inherent in both the question and in any attempted answer that are by no means ...


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What I see boiling just beneath the surface of this story is the roiling politics of a talented female in a male-dominated culture. I understand why you feel uncomfortable. So would I, if I were credited for someone else's contributions to the company or society or life in general. It's not right, it's unfair, and it's unjust. I feel very strongly that we ...


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The right time to approach people might be before and after class, or during break if there's a break. You don't really need to know names or important topics to start a conversation. Most people like someone who takes an interest in them You mention "small convos" you've had. Next time you meet a kid you talked to before, you can say, "Hi! ...


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