I hate how people just start giving advice because you didn't do such advice. For example, this person at work told me that I should have gone to get coffee with the others just so I can socialize and network. But the reason why I didn't go (I didn't say this reason) because it was the first day of work and I decided to stick around just in case if I need to fill more paper work or something. And it happened again when I didn't go with them for lunch, and he said "You should have come to socialize." But I just told him the reason I didn't go because I have a food allergy and I didn't want to ruin the rest of my afternoon having an allergic reaction. The moral of the story: I don't need your advice when I should go socialize. I can make decisions on my own and figure out when I should go talk to people (which I have done some other socializing activities this week at work). Plus you don't know truly the reason a person may not go to these things, so don't start giving advice.
So I'm on the dating up HER, but I have had no success with it. Mainly because no one wants to have a conversation with you after you liked each other and were matched. Like I really want to say, "I think you are pretty, I want to get know you." but we never get past the "Hi, how are you?" stage. I just wish the girl will give me a chance to talk to her.
Hello, I have an s-shape curve in my spine and I was diagnosed when I was 12. I didn't had to have a back brace but I did do surgery when I was 13 years old. The doctor attached at metal rod only on 3 of my vertebrae so that I still have a lot of mobility in my spine since I am so active at the age. From what I can remember from the surgery (I am currently 21 years old) was that I wasn't allowed to do any exercise for 9 months after the surgery (I was really into dance back then) however my doctor told me to walk a lot. I guess walking a lot help prevent numbness in my legs. I hope this helps!