He would never lay a hand on me, but I guess he is emotionally abusing me. I mean, in the past we've been good about talking things out and he always says "we'll work on it" and the last time he had to pull a "I won't do it again", he really never did anything like it again. I'm the first serious, live-in relationship he's had in two years and I tend to think he is learning how to do it again..
Dont be her second choice or consolation prize..
This one too.
Oh wow!! (y)(y)(y)(y)(y) :D.
Seriously, I think it's natural to be attracted to celebrities as they set the pace in general. I think the way your BF expressed his attraction was tasteless, completely. I think his discretion should have been there. I don't think that's the real problem for you, though after reading your second post. I think the fact that your boyfriend isn't doting on you as he used to is the key issue. His comment about the woman on TV just added insult to injury. I think that's what you need to focus on more.
yup,i even held back :).
*shared secret* The past week or so, I'd actually rather use my dildo than make love.....at least in 2 minutes my needs are met, and I don't have to worry about meeting his needs Sometimes, worrying about your partner's needs is too stressful. If you don't satisfy them, you'll feel guilty. They'll feel frusterated. If you don't have the energy to keep going, but you go on any way, both are frusterated. It takes a good actor to act like they are enjoying working on their partner, when they'd rather just roll over and go to sleep. If you are working to get your partner finished, but you aren't enjoying it, then it takes them longer, because they know you are doing it out of obligation, and not joy, which makes them want to stop, and then both parties end up unsatisfied and frusterated..
Hi.I am just a outgoing person trying to find a friend and maybe more.I enjoy the outdoors but also a quiet night at home cuddling watching a good movie ..
Originally Posted by Wrigley2011.
Wow. Well, thank you for calling me a fool. I'm sorry I even asked for anyone's advice. I'm no expert on dating and was merely looking for some input, I didn't need to be told that I'm a fool. And how is it that I'm overly needy/clingy already? I give him his space and generally don't initiate contact/hangouts first at all. He usually does. Which is why I am worried. If you've been seeing someone at least once or twice a week for almost three months and talk to them regularly, is it not a little worrying to not hear from them for over a week? Especially when things were going really well? I'm not expecting him to "check in", by any means, I don't really care where he is or what he's doing, I just don't understand the lack of communication and I'm basically just looking for some reassurance that I'm still crossing his mind every now and then and he's not completely written me off for some reason. If that makes me clingy and needy then I guess I expect too much and I don't belong in a relationship. All I was asking is if I should continue to wait for him to contact me, or to go ahead and reach out to him. Sorry that I asked for advice, I thought that's what this forum was for..
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Life isn't perfect and people don't know how to handle stuff. Usually now if I'm uninterested I will just send a thanks but no thanks text and be done with it. But I know plenty of people that just get ghosted! (Meaning the other person disappears without any text or anything)..
What other scenarios are there here? Can anyone postulate what may have occurred? Not a floating woman, or a “BJ fairy” or anything absurd like that, but a real possibility!.
Very well put nsecrets. She is amazing looking..
Lol cant even spell.
playing scrabble love my famil..
I agree... she's hot stuff.
Love the nintendo girls.
My name amanda im 20 love too meet new people love to party nd i love to be outdoors also love to play basketball (: love too run :) anything else just ask(..