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  1. You can stop this pointless back and forth, hot and cold situation by simply disconnecting him from your social media and blocking him. It seems this nonsense is keeping you attached to him. I don't see the point of remaining emotionally connected to someone you can't even see in person, let alone be with.
    2 points
  2. OK, but I'll tell you this. I have never in my entire life seen a woman who "lost her sex drive" that didn't have it resurrected upon introduction of a new and different man.
    1 point
  3. I do like wolves and moon photos. Happy Thanksgiving, Sarah!
    1 point
  4. It was a picture of a wolf howling at the moon. I don't know why it doesn't show up.
    1 point
  5. well nothing has happened at my end Rose ..so probably me over reacting ...it just seemed odd to wish everyone a happy thanks giving on a moon thread .
    1 point
  6. Good advice from the posters, OP. And I second what Andrina just said: " The only way to heal yourself is to break free, so do it. Then be alone to work on boosting your self esteem so eventually you will attract, and be attracted to, mentally healthy men."
    1 point
  7. That is god awful. Is there a reporting line for businesses that don’t comply?
    1 point
  8. Moon phases are a great source of inspiration. I often looked at moon's phases whether waxing and waning, for my own purposes for releasing and manifesting. I personally don't equate the full moon as an ending. Its part of a cycle of building from the dark moon back to full moon. So as the moonlight builds (waxing), its bringing manifestations to fruition. The full moon is the height of the current cycle of manifestation. and after, the moonlight begins to wane, as to release the things that no longer serve. I do not mean to disrespect your regard as the full moon being an end... Ju
    1 point
  9. Boredom, stroking his own ego, keeping you on the hook, seeing if you are desperate enough for a quick roll in the hay - take your pick. If you are hoping that this means that he still cares.....don't do that to yourself. In fact, block him so he quits bothering you. People who actually care about you and want what you want, don't dump you and certainly don't lie to you about wanting the same things in life that you do. You know what else a decent guy doesn't do? Creep his ex on social media while dating someone else. Yuck. Block, delete, move on and never look back.
    1 point
  10. Hi, I second Pippy! I have mental health issues and no matter how depressed I got I was still very into the person I was with. I think he’s using his depression as a crutch for lack of interest. I understand you want to be supportive which is great but only a couple weeks in and him pushing you away is telling right there. I wish you the best.
    1 point
  11. Honest my darling , it sounds like he is losing interest . I say that based on a couple of things . Firstly it is one of those subjects that crops up on here so much and to me almost begins to feel like a cop out on their part or a reason to hang on in there on your part . It just confuses people ...are they backing off because they told me they get down and lose interest for a while , should I hang on in there and wait it out or is he/she backing off because it isn't working . It is easy to see why these thread appear a lot and I feel for you . Secondly ..just based on myself ...
    1 point
  12. Try not to let her social media musings and nastiness get to you .
    1 point
  13. It takes two to tango. Regardless of the reason, he sounds emotionally unavailable and unwilling to try. Imo, it would be best to state your mind once about how youv feel about the whole situation and then step back and observe/ let him come to you when/ if he wishes. You are not his therapist nor is it healthy, imo, to try to "save" him. Trying to communicate with someone who doesn't feel like it, is likely to push him away. Giving him space and taking the time to reflect on why you seem to have picked an emotionally unavailable person might work better.
    1 point
  14. Yes, definitely. There has to be effort on both sides. If he is struggling, he needs to work out what will help him. You can be supportive, but mothering him won't solve the problems.
    1 point
  15. Not only would I do nothing, I'd be my own agent and re-evalute if this is arrangment meeting my needs. If this was the first time, then I'd be curious, but not the second or more, it's a pattern. It's one thing if you two are not committed and otherwise busy with your own lives, but what tips the scales (for me) is he doesn't have the courtesy to respond. Even though I'd be feeling anxious, disappointed and all the other feelings you are entitled to. I'd probably tell him this is no longer working for me.. . if he reaches out. It was learning experience for me years ago. I had
    1 point
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