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  • Covid-19 restrictions?

    With families allowed to gather indoors in the UK in groups of six, how long until friends and other two-family members can visit homes with a high risk person?

    Other - Health4 months ago
  • Sore back causes?

    What are the main causes of a sore back?

    This includes pain & leg weakness when bending, difficulty straightening up etc, difficulty pulling up trousers

    2 AnswersPain & Pain Management4 months ago
  • When cousins pro-create?

    When two second cousins have a child together does that make the child their second cousin once removed as well as their child and the child would be his/her own third cousin?

    Also if this child went on to have a child to his/her fourth cousin who was related on both sides would that cause birth defects?

    2 AnswersOther - Pregnancy & Parenting4 months ago
  • Family descendants?

    Is it possible to live to see your great great grandchildren and even great great great grandchildren

    3 AnswersFamily4 months ago
  • Visiting in friends or relatives house?

    If you visited regularly in the home of a friend or relative and all of a sudden get turned away or told to leave, but the person with you doesnt get told to leave or get turned away; would you ask them to give a reason for them doing it?

    1 AnswerFriends4 months ago
  • Shortness of breath?

    What are the main causes of getting short of breath walking up a hill or a flight of steps

    1 AnswerRespiratory Diseases4 months ago
  • When a family member buys you a shirt you detest?

    For my birthday my brother bought me a shirt. Maybe his intentions were good but it was a shirt I would not be seen dead in. He questioned what was wrong with it. I said there was nothing wrong with it it just isnt my style. If he knew me at all he would have gotten me one that I actually liked. Has anyone here ever been in this situation or do you know how to deal with family who buy you stuff you clearly do not like?

    4 AnswersFamily5 months ago
  • When you have a gift for a friend then someone else takes it?

    Recently I bought an expensive gift voucher for a friend. My brother took it and gave it to one of his friends. I feel really hurt by this. Between my brother or his friend, should I confront his friend about the voucher to have it replaced or returned to me?

    2 AnswersFriends5 months ago
  • Blue heart in texting?

    When a girl sends you a blue heart followed by two x's in texting what does it mean?

    1 AnswerSingles & Dating5 months ago
  • Is this paranoia?

    Is paranoia when you assume someone has a personal dislike to you without you having any actual proof of it?

    2 AnswersMental Health5 months ago
  • Number of great grandchildren?

    If a family circle is large does that include say a family with 80 great grandchildren and 60 great great grandchildren. Though very few would live to see that number being born.

    3 AnswersFamily5 months ago
  • Speak with no filter?

    If someone describes you as having no filter what does that mean and what are the most prominent traits of someone with no filter?

    5 AnswersSingles & Dating5 months ago
  • Stopping people visiting a dying relative?

    Some time back, my father passed away. A man and woman who he knew well visited him. Their visit was much appreciated. However their daughter who I do not like also visited. Thankfully I was not there during that visit. If I had been I would have turned their daughter away. She had absolutely no business to be there whatsoever. Has anyone ever been in this situation?

    3 AnswersFamily5 months ago
  • When someone lashes out?

    When someone lashes out at you verbally would you ever think of asking them to apologise for it?

    1 AnswerSingles & Dating5 months ago
  • Getting admitted to hospital?

    If you're admitted to hospital are you entitled to refuse to see certain visitors?

    Also if your family try to tell you you're wrong to refuse particular visitors does that say more about them than it does about you?

    2 AnswersOther - General Health Care5 months ago
  • When you feel you get less than someone else?

    A friend got a present of £400 for his birthday. The mutual friend only got me a cheap 50p mug. I felt really insulted to the point I felt like smashing the mug against the wall. Has anyone ever felt like this?

    4 AnswersFriends5 months ago
  • When someone has a party for you?

    When you stop being friends with someone how do you inscense your family that you no longer want the friendship with that person?

    Instead. My family had a surprise party for me but what hurt was they invited an ex friend who I no longer want anything to do with. That really really hurt me. How can you justify anyones family doing that?

    1 AnswerFriends5 months ago
  • When a relative turns you away?

    When you go to visit a relative and they turn you away when you were just showing concern. Doesnt that really say a lot more about them than it does about you?

    Also if that said relative decides to visit your dying close family member without even apologising for their behaviour. Would you not be entitled to ask them to apologise for their earlier behaviour before they visit?

    3 AnswersFamily5 months ago
  • When you're being a good friend to someone?

    If you are trying to be a good friend to someone but feel they are pushing you away how do you deal with that

    5 AnswersFriends5 months ago
  • Hospital admissions for other illnesses during lockdown?

    A friend is very sick the past few nights with vomiting and not even tolerating a lot of fluids by drinking. If my friend ends up severely dehydrated how can hospitals cope with the pressure they're under with the covid19 ?

    3 AnswersOther - Diseases5 months ago