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No... It's the perfect scenerio for those that fear commitment. Subconsciously she knows they can't commit to her because they are committed to someone else so they appear safe... unfortunately it's her feelings of safety that allow her to become vulnerable to these guys and when you become vulnerable to someone, that is when you fall in love (or think you do) with them.

 

Op is her own worst enemy.

 

Big time commitment phobe. Funny, that she thinks that she is looking for something that is real, when she is choosing the opposite.

 

OP, shame on you for fooling around with men with partners. How would you feel if someone did this to you? Really sleazy!

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No... It's the perfect scenerio for those that fear commitment. Subconsciously she knows they can't commit to her because they are committed to someone else so they appear safe... unfortunately it's her feelings of safety that allow her to become vulnerable to these guys and when you become vulnerable to someone, that is when you fall in love (or think you do) with them.

 

Op is her own worst enemy.

 

Of course-it's easy to stay in the comfort zone. I agree.

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Thank you again everyone! I appreciate it.

So...! What is your plan on getting yourself unaddicted to your FWB? You CAN quit him with zero contact and the conviction that you are better off going cold turkey withdrawl then to keep taking a hit of him and remaining in your addiction that makes you sad and yearning.

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I plan to have no contact of him. Delete his phone # so i dont get tempted to text him.

 

I also signed up for a dating up for distraction.

 

Does this mean that you'll stop contact and delete his number—realizing the plan—once you find a replacement through a dating app? If so, I'd really challenge yourself to reflect on whether deleting him first might set you up for a better experience with dating.

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I plan to have no contact of him. Delete his phone # so i dont get tempted to text him.

 

I also signed up for a dating up for distraction.

 

Why do you think "dating for distraction" is a good idea? What do you need distraction from? That man or something else?

 

Do you feel you MUST have a man in your life in some way or another, even if it's an unhealthy attachment?

 

Do you hate the idea of being single? If so, why?

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Excellent, but get on quality apps with a sincere profile and good pics. This way you could start messaging and meeting some quality local men. Not as a distraction but to improve your life.

I plan to have no contact of him. Delete his phone # so i dont get tempted to text him.

 

I also signed up for a dating up for distraction.

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