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  1. The time has come for me to move on from here. I just wanted to take a quick second to express my appreciation for everyone being here whenever I needed an ear to bend. Thank you. Peace.
  2. My girlfriend and I have recently been discussing different options for birth control and have been doing some research on the subject. We both agree that it's not a good idea for her to be on hormones for a long extended period of time and we both don't want children. I was just wondering if anyone here knows or has any first hand experience with the "essure" method. It sounds like it could be an option for us because we have also discussed surgical methods but neither one of us are completely sure at this point if we want to have an invasive procedure performed. If we did, I would probably b
  3. As your friend, he didn't say anything to you because it is in your past and he didn't want to be the one to dig it up again, in case maybe it was something hurtful for you. He was just looking out for your best interest.
  4. First thing you should do is discuss the possibilites of her being pregnant and what you will do about it. You will have to make your intentions of not wanting it clear and discuss the possible options of seeing that it doesn't happen. Then just stop talking to her and hope for the best. I've been in situations like this where the condom broke and I know it's really scary. Luckily for me, I never became a father and I'm hoping it will turn out the same for you. The main thing I learned from my experience when I was in your situation and what's really important to take away from this in
  5. Ok, it happened last night. She didn't say anything, just gave a little pinch on the way out the door. Yeah, I felt flattered and as much as I hate to admit it, very slight and brief temptation. I have girlfriend who I love very much and I would never even come close to cheating, but I did feel the presense of that little guy with the horns and the pointed stick on my shoulder for just a quick flash. I was somewhat tipsy. Oh well, no harm done, I'm only human, after all. It was flattering.
  6. I've been in that position before and there's two different ways I've handled it depending on the situation. 1. Be honest and tell them you don't think the chemistry is there and you aren't interested in seeing them again. A little bit rough, but direct and honest and upfront. 2. Tell them you met someone else that you're really interested in and you would like to pursue it further. A little bit softer approach, but fibbing. I would recommend either one of these two. I've always used them and they seem to work fine. Then there's #3 which I've never used but had used on me once an
  7. Yes, it's completely normal. Nothing to worry about.
  8. This is so very true and an excellent idea. And ren, for what it's worth, you seem to me like a really good person who doesn't give herself nearly enough credit. You are the only you on the face of this earth, so celebrate it always!
  9. Just like when you're in a relationship, it takes time, patience, and understanding in order to determine if this person will have the qualities you are looking for in a boyfriend.
  10. Keep your chin up. It's just a rough patch. You'll make it through and it will get better. Best wishes to you.
  11. Being happy on your own is the only happiness there is. Getting the opportunity to share your happiness with another or others is just the icing on the cake.
  12. Why? I'm not sure what you mean. I for one am a firm believer of learning your lesson and then letting it go...
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