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  1. OP has had 1,001 complaints over the 9-word text. Being addressed as beautiful wasn't one of them. It's an issue if you think enough to make it one, but no one with healthy dating expectations is getting put off by someone they've actually met and who they're interested in asking them out with a very mildly flirty demeanor. I generally avoid the phrase, but it really is one of those examples of it only being creepy if you don't like the person. I think some of us are wearing their third-party hats a little too tight.
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  2. Hello everyone, I've been here for a near next week. For those of you that are new and don't know me, I had a breakup that was just as bad as the one you're probably going through. In short my girlfriend of 3 years who with making plans with me to buy a house and get married had been cheating on me for about 3 months. In my heart I knew she was the one I'd spend my life with. I was even willing to forgive her transgression. I broke up with her immediately but realized she was still the one I wanted to spend my life with. we kept talking, ending with her finally saying a couple weeks later t
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  3. Methinks youre doing it again. Romanticizing something that simply doesn't rise to the occasion. Dont get me wrong, its possible you feel things arent finished because they truly arent. But its also possible, she wants what she cant have and once she gets her toy back it'll be right back to the games. Its possible you both have this once in a lifetime love blossoming and you just need to see eye to eye. But its also possible, you are seeing things through rose tinted lenses because you dont want to let this go even though its the right choice. I dont know the reality, like I
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  4. Ya. It's called a forum. Kind of the point.
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  5. Perhaps but posters constantly challenge me too (before I do), so I respond. And I don't see it as "challenging" - just giving my opinion/perspective, again as we all do and have been doing on this thread and others. Can we please put this to rest now Sherry? I think enough has been said. If you have further to say to me, please send me a PM. Thank you.
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  6. I'd consider it in my own best interests to avoid the roller-coaster of extremes. That means finding my own balance. I can be kind whenever someone reaches out or our paths cross, but I don't need to invest in outcomes. So that also means skipping social media drama or concerns about whether their opinion of me on any given day is hot or cold. I'd maintain the distance with that stuff that I've created in the last year, and I would not discuss my sibs with anyone--good or bad--because anything said can be misinterpreted or carried into gossip territory by the pot-stirrers in the family or comm
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  7. Yeah, I'm thinking the same thing. Are you attracted to "bad boys?" Guys that are kind of rough both on the outside and on the inside. Do they seem more exciting than nice guys with jobs and stable lives? Are you meeting them in pubs rather than through work or at social events? You're only 23, so I can see they may seem more exciting than normal guys, but you pay for it in terms of the trouble they give you. And when you say "acting out," do you mean your current boyfriend is violent or argumentative? I think if you go out and meet a nice guy, a lot of your problems will go awa
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  8. At two months in, it should be infatuation, with love taking longer to grow. But in my opinion, the infatuation should involve looking at her and thinking, "Oh my God, she is so beautiful." And that you have pangs of lust, at times, when you two touch, caress, hug, kiss, or she looks at you in a particular way. If those things aren't happening, then yes, the chemistry is lacking and you'll be settling if you stay.
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  9. Is there a troll hell in your belief system? πŸ˜ΎπŸ’€πŸ€•πŸ˜±πŸ€¬πŸ˜ΌπŸ¦ŠπŸ²πŸ–πŸ­
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  10. One of boyfriend was in 3,000 pounds worth of debt. I hadn't known this at the time. Was something that came to light 4 months into the relationship. I didn't think much of it as we all make mistakes and learn from them. 2 years down the line... Did he learn? No! He had been paying it off. But had also been spending like crazy doing things with friends ect. While I was making "cheap dates" and paying for dinners for him. All that jazz. He became a financial burden! We eventually broke up as I couldn't "support" him anymore. As I ended up finding out he has started using his cre
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  11. Last week you contacted me from an unblocked email asking to meet for coffee...yeah right. You want to suck me back in to the toxicity. I deleted it and blocked that email too. Three years...heck, MORE than three years and you're still at it. I have been NC this entire time but you just don't get it. You can't control yourself and never could. You never could accept someone not liking you, but you messed with the wrong person this time. You gave me zero reason to believe anything changed. You were toxic and you know it. Hell, your family knew it. I still dream of your kids and sometimes
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  12. People *do* make mistakes and change from them. But they have to want to. When her debt is cleared, it could very well be that she learned her lesson (Because she didn't just walk away and declare bankruptcy or default on everything speaks to that she is paying back everything. If the former were the case, I would say she will never change). Living off $150 per month reinforces it every month. What I would worry about in regards to spending is her lack of boundaries with family. (If the parents decided to pay the Uncle's bill, its their thing or Grandma's thing, not hers, etc) Something
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  13. All of my cats are adjusted now . :) And I got myself another client . Just for four weeks but whatever it’s extra Christmas money .
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  14. The kind of infatuated romantic love which makes new relationships such a joy cannot last. It just can't! Once the honeymoon stage is over, then you can start a relationship based on more realistic foundations - and shared values is an absolutely crucial one. By that I mean attitudes towards issues such as fidelity, personal responsibility and finances, and it sounds as though a relationship with this unfortunate young lady would be heading for disaster. Anyone with a committed relationship would quickly find themselves subsidising the rest of her family, and if you want to have a long term
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  15. Yay!! My boss hired someone! Maybe she will leave me and J alone!
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