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snoopygal

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  1. No. I'm sorry, I know that's not what you want to hear. She's not going to realize she had it better with you than she does now, "sowing her oats". Her response solidified that. After the letter you sent and after she's had time away, she still feels like this is best for both of you. However, it does sound like this may have been GIGS on your part. You wanted a break (even if it was mutual) for whatever reason, and now you want her again. As for advice/tools to get past it: You said you lost your individualism. That's what you need to find again. That is what will make you happy. Who are
  2. Honestly, sometimes I enjoy it and other times I don't- Just the same as sometimes I want rough sex and other times I don't. Sometimes I'm excited to do it because I know he will like it and that turns me on. Other times (especially if I feel like its expected) I don't want to at all.
  3. Like the others have said, I'd just drop it. If he's never given you a reason to doubt him, and he was honest about it, then you don't have anything to worry about. You mentioned that you made a joke about this being a "date", and he knew you were hurt and reassured you. If he didn't become defensive, then I'd say he's being a good boyfriend to you and friend to her. That being said, I get that it might make you uneasy, and it sounds like he does too. I think this is one of those situations that will make him respect you more if you're able to let it go.
  4. Its so frustrating, isn't it!? I think I'll definitely take your advice and do that from here on out.
  5. I know, I'll never actually know the reason. It's just frustrating. I'd feel like I wasting someone's time. I've just stopped talking to people as well, but its been after talking to them for a day or so, not everyday with tentative plans to meet soon. Wiseman2, I agree. We hadn't met in person and didn't have specific plans to, but he mentioned "wanting to meet next week" because I was going out of town for father's day weekend. By effort, I meant taking the appropriate/expected steps to get to know each other better.
  6. I'm sure not everyone has had these problems, and I've definitely met some nice guys, we just weren't compatible, decided we weren't interested, or whatever. It took me a while to be ready to date again, 5 days after my relationship ended I would have been too overwhelmed and saw the whole idea as doom and gloom.
  7. I was talking to a guy I met on a dating site for about a week. We were talking frequently throughout the day, and a lot every evening when we both got off work (like so much that it would have been difficult for either of us to be talking to other people). The conversation seemed to be extremely easy on both sides, and we both were upfront about being interested in the other. Then, suddenly, mid day, I stopped receiving any texts and haven't heard from him since. I sent one followup text, and haven't contacted him since. This was 4 days ago. I noticed he hadn't logged into the site since the
  8. It's still fresh. I think I might be using this a lot! I think about you all the time. I go over our 5 years in my mind detail by detail wishing things were different now.
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