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  1. I can relate totally to your situation. Your gut feeling is telling you something is off about your friendship with her. Good on you and listen because you need to get out of it. Make excuses, don't be available, cut it off. I thought a woman and I were good friends for 7 years. We used to work together. She does not have a car and for the longest time, looking back now, she hit me up to drive her to the Dr., shopping, physiotherapy, errands and anything else in between. We would have coffee or go to a concert as well. I thought we were friends for a long time. The relationship wa
  2. SherrySher. You summed it up so succinctly!
  3. My experience is that scorpios are cold on the outside. Inside many emotions that they hide. You never really know what they truly feel. You made the mistake of sleeping with him too soon. He's not taking you seriously at all. Hot and cold means he's not interested. Next time don't give it up so easy, especially not with scorpios. They will take advantage of you at every opportunity! That's my experience with them.
  4. This is not the case at all Hollyj. I asked a simple question which doesn't require this much analysis.
  5. Ignoring messages simply means I am concentrating on my own life & erecting boundaries. Blocking is saying to me that I can't handle this. When clearly, I can.
  6. I was fine to end the relationship and never reached out. I never blocked him. Why should I do so now? If he reaches out again, I want to return to my "strong" self as before and not reply. Blocking someone is passive aggressive behavior. Anyway blocking someone on my phone goes to a spam folder, which I could read if I wanted to. The whole point here is to continue moving on and that means doing things to become stronger again - not engaging in immature habits like blocking. I am aiming to return to my strong self without having to employ silly passive aggressive techniques.
  7. I never reach out to him at all. If I wasn't over him, I would. He's the one who's lonely or bored. This man wanted to remain as "friends" after I told him I didn't feel a connection between us anymore. We all know what he meant by 'friends". I'm not ever going to be his booty call. I hope that answers your question capricorn 3.
  8. I never reach out to him at all. If I wasn't over him, I would. He's the one who's lonely or bored. This man wanted to remain as "friends" after I told him I didn't feel a connection between us anymore. We all know what he meant by 'friends". I'm not ever going to be his booty call. I hope that answers your question capricorn 3.
  9. Yes blocking him sounds reasonable but for quite awhile I didn't bother. Because I felt I had gotten over him. If he called or texted, I was never going to reply. Blocking also sends out a message guy are angry or upset. My goal has always been indifference. I was set back a bit which I believe is due to my body/mind temporarily weakening. I want to return to focusing on moving forward. Blocking him is not in my plan.
  10. You are so right Rose! Great advice. It's a matter of refocusing toward healthy habits again. It's human to revert to unhealthy behavior, staying there is where you get stuck. I suppose the ex is lonely but that's not my issue. Another poster mentioned meditation apps which I am looking into. I downloaded one but it kept freezing. I used to attend a meditation group before Covid and loved the feeling of community! Can't wait for that & the yoga classes to return. Thank you for your kind and wise support😁
  11. Rose I have similar hobbies. I love growing herbs in my yard and have various houseplants that detox the air like snake plants, ivy and ferns. I practice restorative yoga once or twice a week. I'm very stiff from lack of sleep so the poses hurt a bit now. I'm working mostly on the sleep as it's crucial for health. Social media has never made me happy even though some of my friends spend a lot of time on it. I don't log in and chat or do much texting as it's way too impersonal. Also men seem to love having electronic relationships, if you can call them that. The world is too ele
  12. I'm not sure but lots of stress at work has caused problems sleeping. Lack of sleep affects the immune system. I try to use herbals for sleep and relaxation. They do help somewhat. The pandemic is scaring everyone pretty bad. People are cranky frequently which stresses me out. Thinking of ex when he texts has put me in a bad place. When things were not so stressful & I was sleeping better, I rarely gave him a thought.
  13. I have been feeling ill physically lately which I think has caused me to weaken & start thinking of ex again. Being at home a lot when I'm normally very active and participating in activities has gotten to me. In the past I have felt strong about moving on & putting it out of my mind. Thanks for everyone's feedback. Hopefully this "reverting to the past" is only temporary.
  14. We broke up 9 months ago and haven't run into each other due to the pandemic. Usually we would cross paths at a social club we both belong to. He starts sending random texts about nothing. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, hope you're well, etc. What's the point in sending them? I respond politely yet generic-like. I finally got over him. He was a major hot and cold guy which I just couldn't take anymore. He never brings up wanting to get back together either. Now I've got to thinking of him more which I hate! But I never reach out to him first as like I said, I was moving on. BT
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