Get John Grays book, "Venus and Mars starting over" it helps you to identify the process of losing someone whether it be through death or cheating or just an end to the relationship. Can be founf at your local library
A professor was discussing the high glucose levels found in semen. A young woman raised her hand and asked, 'If I understand you Correctly, you are saying there is as much glucose in male semen as in Sugar?' The professor responded, yes, that's correct adding some Statistical data. Raising her hand again, the girl asked, 'Then why Doesn't it taste sweet?' After a stunned silence, the whole class Burst out laughing The poor girl turned bright red, and as she Realised exactly what she had inadvertently said, she picked up her books, And without another word, walked out of the class. However, as she was Heading for the door, the professor's reply was a classic. Totally Straight faced, he answered her question. 'It doesn't taste sweet Because the taste-buds for sweetness are on the tip of your tongue and not In the back of your throat'.
Yeah certainly got that suit of armour on He is also a really nice person to talk to and I'm happy enough being his friend without those benefits and just hanging out in a group. But I know positively he could never be a FWB cos I'd fall for him!!!:S
Thanks SF, have been observing and decided to keep him at arms length. Apart from the odd text he isn't giving me anything that makes me want to spend time with him. Or makes me think that he will be and treat me any different from anyone else he has been with. And Yes certainly DONT want to go down the "getting over someone" again sooo soon, as I'm doing very well and have plenty of options!
First time I tasted it I hated it, the seaweed was too strong in flavour. About a year later I tried it again and now I love it!! Particularly the fish eggs. Being a healthy food choice also makes it that much more appealing!
That's true krys! But I think time is irrelevant. You can be with someone for a long time, married, ect. but not feel anything but relief when they are gone. And you can be with someone for 5 months and be madly in love and then they end it our of nowhere, you'd be devastated! So I guess the question is how long it takes you to get over someone who you really care about.
Exactly that Lana, it really depends on how deeply you were in love with them at the time of the separation. After 20 years I had fallen out of love so there was no real time involved with getting over him...it was done but I have had a relationship of a little over 3 months and was starting to fall for this guy and when that was taken away it took it's toll on working through all those emotions because I wasn't ready to let him go when it ended...that took over 6 months!!
So I believe it's how deep you are in it when it all comes to an end, whether it be your choice or theirs.
The only problems I would have with an over weight friend is if they are not happy with themselves & constantly complain but yet do nothing to fix the problem or if the problem becomes a potential health risk, and they aren't doing anything to help themselves...and even then I couldn't say anything that would hurt their feelings!
Oh you wanted unserious answers... not in my nature to poke fun at people esp friends
Agree with Cusp sounds like he has a gf, sometimes it's exciting to be exploring someone else when there is no intention of going any further than talking. He probably felt safe talking through the net but once you expected it to go to mobiles where he can more easily be caught then why risk it?
You know in Steve Harvey book he explains that when a guy hasn't got himself settled in a good career and comfortable with their lives, because being a provider is what is expected of them they aren't ready for a relationship. But they are still willing to play around, so if they aren't constantly wanting to be with you maybe they aren't ready because there is still work to be done!
Hun, I'm sweet too, I'm Libran and dont like peole thinking badly of me BUT....I've also recently learnt that people take advantage of sweet people so I've learnt to stop things before they get to that situation or quickly put a stop to something once you realize it's going down the wrong track. Generally it is much better and has less damage to nip it in the butt quickly!
Honestly he will only be upset if he is in fact wanting something more from you than just friendship because by pulling back you are telling him that you dont want that type of relationship with him. If it is just friends then no harm done!
Yes you need to respect his privacy, people deal with grief in different ways and he hasn't opened a door for you to come into his world so dont add to the load that is on his mind.
GG you need to step right out of the picture, your constant attempts to befriend this man is doing nothing more than him keeping you at arms lengths. If he wants you in his life he will let you know but the more you are circling around and contacting him it is likely that he will run the other way!
And you need to work on getting yourself a life, possible without him in it!