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  1. Ghost, what i am saying is 1) you go out a lot and you are social, you obviously have had no issue meeting people and 2) women seem to gravitate toward you, based on your posts, thus it makes it harder for you to understand that some guys do not have any of this and never get a female gravitating toward them Of course one ALSO has to get out there and socialize to learn skills. But in order to meet enough single people in which to 'practice' these skills they can use online dating as a resource to add to the pool of people to date. Ghost online dating doesn't mean you are dating t
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  2. You don't have to tell him about your dark side, or maybe not yet. It sounds like its a good idea to maybe not and just concentrate on being happy, like you said. He sounds very nice and you already say that you are much better in this relationship than the last one, because you probably learned a lot from the last one. However, on the other hand, you should be honest with your partner if you find you are feeling bad a lot and need to share it with someone. Maybe the last boyfriend couldn't handle it very well or reassure you properly that you are 'worthy'. Hate that word, makes us sound li
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  3. IMO, because the other person's mindset is one of love and desire to be around and help the injured party through this hurt. When someone tells you they want out, they no longer, or temporarily don't, feel that way. I agree that when both want to get through a bad patch, it can work, but a break up is essentially one person saying sorry, I don't have the energy or desire to get through a difficulty with you right now.
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  4. wow, i thought i was reading a 12 year olds letter..... i think you are looking into the situation with P WAY too much. either you can ask him out, or keep playing these "what if" games, or you can move on and perhaps find someone new. he seems like a waste of time so far.
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  5. ren the squeaky wheel gets the grease. he looked at your wheel but you keep pretending its not squeaky at all. you are embarrassed to be squeaky because you dont know if he wants to oil your wheel but he does or else he wouldnt be looking at it. (btw there isnt supposed to be sexual innuendo in this) so this new wheel comes along and starts squeaking.... squeak girl! squeak for your liiifffffe!!! now its a sac race. try not to live life with regrets. watch 27 dresses. for god sakes before its too late.
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  6. Thanks everyone for your thoughts! But I have understood something.. This weekend, after he left me - I started the spring cleaning, got rid of his things, bought flowers for myself, even some yellow balloons, had friends come over, had colleagues come over, went out for dinner with new people, even accepted to go on a date (not sure about that began with flamenco lessons, had long walks with my dog etc. And I didn't cry. Didn't wish to contact him. Most of the time didn't even think of him. Why? Because one way or another, I agree with him. Somehow I'm even content his gone. Our probl
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  7. It sounds to me like she is not the only one having doubts about your relationship. Your initial comment of "should I even bother trying to reconcile this mess?" and your later comment of "I'm trying to decide if she deserves me after all this immature drama" are a little bit telling of your attitude IMHO. The answer to both of those questions is "YES, of course! But only if you love her...." First of all, as a married guy, I find that it is easy to become too controlling--not because you're a control freak, but because if you genuinely have a ton of care and concern for the other person,
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