Internet dating is a tricky ordeal when you're stuck in a rut about more than one relationship.

That's why you should take the time to focus on yourself before moving forward with one, if any, relationship over the world wide web.

Dear Delilah,

I'm 19 years old and I'm getting ready to go to college, so I don't really want a relationship but I would like to date someone. But right now I'm in two Internet relationships. Robbie is a get-in-trouble kind of guy but he says he loves me and he moves fast. He says he works but I don't really know what he does. Antonio says he wants to take it slow, he says he works and he seems to be into some of the same things I enjoy. I don't want to hurt either of them but I'm afraid I'm making a mistake by dating online and dating more than one person. Please help me figure this out. Sincerely, Jessica

Dear Jessica,

You need to stop young lady. You need to stop and figure out who you are before you get so deeply involved in these relationships, and you need to live your life in the here and now . Not in some virtual relationships with people you don't know. These guys can't say they love you when they haven't even met you in person. You say you're seeing two of them simultaneously but you're not actually seeing them at all! Here's what you need to do: Focus on yourself. Focus on who you are and find out what you're passionate about. Decide what you want to study and what you want to accomplish. How do you want to change the world and what do you want to give back to the world? If you will put your focus on those things, you won't have time for pretend romances on the Internet. Shut off your phone, stop looking at your emails, stop texting these guys who you don't know anything about, and start living your life. That's my best mama bear advice, I wish you luck! Delilah

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