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Can someone help me find a list of acting studios in Miami,FL?

Question by bgrl: Can someone help me find a list of acting studios in Miami,FL?
I have searched online for “acting studios or classes”, but continue receiving the same (13) results or so. Most of the studios I find on the yellow pages are for children. If you’ve had any luck finding a list of good studios I would appreciate any leads to it. I’ve never had a hard time finding acting studios in a city such as Miami….so this is pretty weird…Thanks for reading my plea!

Best answer:

Answer by newyorkgal71
Call the Theater Department of the Universities and ask them for names of Acting Studioes in Miami.

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Should I just let it go if someone is talking about me behind my back?

Question by Fuzzy Moo Moo: Should I just let it go if someone is talking about me behind my back?
So there’s this girl (Quinn) I went to elementary and middle school with. I was “friends” with her up until about 7th/8th grade, when I tried to break off our friendship because she was being rude to me for no reason. It wasn’t really a clean break and she continued to talk about me but still try to hang out with me, considering we had the same “friends”, who didn’t like her but didn’t have the heart to tell her to go away.

So now that we’re in high school [freshmen] one of my friends has told me that Quinn has been talking about me to her, saying how much she hates me and a lot of other stupid stuff, and it’s really pissing me off. The sad thing is that we’re in different high schools, so you’d think she’d forget about me, right? Well, she hasn’t. She’s still talking about me and I’m tired of it.

I tried to contact her on Facebook, so that she could call me and we could talk about why she doesn’t like me and resolve whatever we have but then Quinn got mad at my friend for telling me that Quinn had been talking about me and she showed my friend the message I sent her, basically telling my friend that she wasn’t going to call me or answer my calls.

I don’t know what to do. I want her to stop talking about me but there’s no way for me to contact her. Should I just let it go? She’s being incredibly immature and insecure and I don’t want to deal with stupid high school “drama.”
How am I contributing to it? o.o;
I’m not going to talk to her and like, call her out or anything. I just want to talk to her to find out why she doesn’t like me and so we can be friends or forget it each other. I sincerely want to figure this out.

I was already bullied in elementary school and I don’t want to be involved with it again.

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Answer by address man
For someone who doesn’t want to deal with all the high school drama you sure are contributing to it. Let it go.

EDIT:

You’re contributing to it by coming on here to ask what to do about it and by worrying about it. It’s nonsense and doesn’t matter. People talk smack all the time; PAY NO ATTENTION.

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Dating Someone Who is Acting Possessive

It is very common to be dating someone while dating others…and that “someone” starts acting very possessive or jealous…they can begin to have a problem dealing with the fact that you are dating others….and this can happen after only 1 date!

Now, remember, we are talking about you dating and keeping your possibilities open…we’re not talking about when you are in a committed, exclusive relationship!

The possessive date usually begins showing their feelings this way…First the questions begin. You took Sue out to dinner on Friday and she asks, “So, what are you doing tomorrow night?”….You have a date with Linda, so you simply say, “Oh, I have plans to go out with a friend”….and then Sue continues on….”Oh, which friend?”, “A female friend?”, “Is it a date or a friend?”, “Where are you going with your ‘friend’?” and so on.

While you don’t want to hurt Sue’s feelings, you’ve only gone out on 2 dates and you single….you’re not seeing each other exclusively….and you have every right to see Linda on Saturday.

So what’s going on? One thing you should know is that it’s not you. Your date “Sue” is most likely feeling a mixture of insecurity and she’s really liking you and doesn’t want anyone else to impress you more than she has. Yes, it’s only been a couple of dates, but she doesn’t want to lose you.

And this can happen for both men and women…. Either gender can become possessive when you’re not even in a relationship with them! You can handle it a couple of ways. If you think that you really like this person and you do want to see how things go down the road, you can simply tell them the truth….And it goes something like this….”Sue, we’ve only been on a couple of dates and are only in the very beginning phase of getting to know each other….while I like you and I do want to see if things can work out with you and I…I think that 2 (or 3 or 4) dates is way too early to decide if we are going to see each other exclusively….It makes me uncomfortable to be grilled about what I’m doing when we are not together….If you don’t want to date anymore because I’m casually dating others, I’ll understand…but if you want to keep getting to know each other, why don’t we let some time go by before we decide if we are ready to be boyfriend and girlfriend”

Okay, now if you a female, just replace “Sue” with your date’s name.

Now, you’re all set. There is nothing else that need be said….and you were honest and clear…and now the ball is in their court.
If after this talk, your date is still showing signs of being possessive…and this can be 5 phone calls a day, phone calls when they know that you are out with others, coming by your house without warning to “catch” you…and so on….You would be wise to run like heck, since you’re just seeing a glimpse of what would come to be in the future.

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Dating Someone Who is Acting Possessive

It is very common to be dating someone while dating others…and that “someone” starts acting very possessive or jealous…they can begin to have a problem dealing with the fact that you are dating others….and this can happen after only 1 date!

Now, remember, we are talking about you dating and keeping your possibilities open…we’re not talking about when you are in a committed, exclusive relationship!

The possessive date usually begins showing their feelings this way…First the questions begin. You took Sue out to dinner on Friday and she asks, “So, what are you doing tomorrow night?”….You have a date with Linda, so you simply say, “Oh, I have plans to go out with a friend”….and then Sue continues on….”Oh, which friend?”, “A female friend?”, “Is it a date or a friend?”, “Where are you going with your ‘friend’?” and so on.

While you don’t want to hurt Sue’s feelings, you’ve only gone out on 2 dates and you single….you’re not seeing each other exclusively….and you have every right to see Linda on Saturday.

So what’s going on? One thing you should know is that it’s not you. Your date “Sue” is most likely feeling a mixture of insecurity and she’s really liking you and doesn’t want anyone else to impress you more than she has. Yes, it’s only been a couple of dates, but she doesn’t want to lose you.

And this can happen for both men and women…. Either gender can become possessive when you’re not even in a relationship with them! You can handle it a couple of ways. If you think that you really like this person and you do want to see how things go down the road, you can simply tell them the truth….And it goes something like this….”Sue, we’ve only been on a couple of dates and are only in the very beginning phase of getting to know each other….while I like you and I do want to see if things can work out with you and I…I think that 2 (or 3 or 4) dates is way too early to decide if we are going to see each other exclusively….It makes me uncomfortable to be grilled about what I’m doing when we are not together….If you don’t want to date anymore because I’m casually dating others, I’ll understand…but if you want to keep getting to know each other, why don’t we let some time go by before we decide if we are ready to be boyfriend and girlfriend”

Okay, now if you a female, just replace “Sue” with your date’s name.

Now, you’re all set. There is nothing else that need be said….and you were honest and clear…and now the ball is in their court.
If after this talk, your date is still showing signs of being possessive…and this can be 5 phone calls a day, phone calls when they know that you are out with others, coming by your house without warning to “catch” you…and so on….You would be wise to run like heck, since you’re just seeing a glimpse of what would come to be in the future.

Be sure to check out Alisa’s Home Page on the Examiner for TONS of dating advice… AND if YOU have any dating or relationship questions, Alisa offers detailed one-on-one personal dating advice (all names are kept anonymous). http://www.examiner.com/x-18468-Boston-Dating-Examiner

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