Posted by LostinmyMind11
Everyone knows you don't date a Libra seriously.
Posted by Astrobyn
I feel like this is a lot like building a cult, you may want to appeal to people who lack a sense of purpose in their lives, and then start to build them up there. Explaining how the sexual acts in within a bigger community creates harmony and advances the greater good.
Its not a pick up line per se, but its a path to success.
Posted by Nightcap-Posted by SassyKiwi
You're the Magician!
You're creative, enthusiastic, and you have everything you need to accomplish your current goals. You've got a determined attitude and you're usually optimistic about your situation. Your decisions have positive outcomes, and your hunches are usually right. You're good at creating success because you know how to use your skills and resources to get what you want. You're creative and always on the lookout for new ways to solve old problems.
You also know how to concentrate your energy and focus it on what needs to be done. Commitment isn't a problem. Once you know what you need to do and why you need to do it, you've got the tenacity to get there. You'll shove distractions out of the way and apply yourself, pulling together everything that's necessary in order to be successful. Even if you're a bit worried about how something is going to unfold, you manage to stay positive and not let others see your concern.
Of course, you do face challenges, like we all do. You may have the skills but be too hesitant or lazy to use them. Or, because you're so good at realizing what you've got and how to use it, you might start to manipulate others into seeing things your way or doing things for you. This isn't always a good idea, for once someone realizes your ulterior motives, things could backfire. You can be a bit unrealistic in your desires or plans and it may be hard for you to come back down to reality again.
Whatevs *hair flip*
This sounds very Sag!click to expand
Posted by LadymaraladePosted by SassyKiwiPosted by pooface222Posted by frozenintime
How long does it take you in a relationship to know if you want it long term?
Or how long in do you feel like you fall in love?
I’m in a relationship for 3 months. We are like best friends, have no fights or issues. But I feel like the “spark” isn’t there like something is missing? But there’s nothing wrong and he treats me good. I feel guilty for feeling this and trying to give it a fair amount of time.
I care about him and I obviously enjoy his company but... just something isn’t there.
I deeply crave passion in relationships...
I believe the passion has to be there IMMEDIATELY! The moment you see each other for the first time.
You WANT each other!
And its not just sexual, its Emotional too!
Like you've both just been set on fire by just the sight of each other!
And you're both tingling everywhere!
Inside and out!
So when you start dating, you've got to make sure you dont jump into bed too soon.
Just let the passion deepen. Get to know each other first before kissing.
So when you do kiss its like a fireworks display went off inside both of you.
Take it slow..enjoy each other emotionally so the passion burns before making love.
However..with the guy your with, maybe take a step back, see him a bit less, and see if you miss him.
Then maybe the passion you crave will begin because you're seeing him in a different light.
This is exactly where people constantly go wrong. This fiery passion and high emotion and equal energy/chemistry a person seeks is not healthy and sustainable for long term. In fact, the honey moon phase as you describe will always eventually wear off no matter what relationship you’re in for survival purposes. There is a reason why people often jump from relationship to relationship these days. They crave only the initial highs of relationships. So this also boils down to maturity and how soon a person accepts this and becomes less la-ti-da. People are falling into the traps of becoming instant gratification oriented.
This is where YOU are wrong! You need to make the judgement call for yourself and not for others. Just because the honeymoon period has ended for you it doesn’t mean that it has to end for someone else. So you are basically talking bs. YOUR HONEYMOON period ENDED.
What pooface222 described is exactly how I felt about my bf when I met him 5 years ago and the feelings remain the same and the honeymoon period has not ended. We have been in honeymoon period for 5 years and counting....
So don’t judge or dismiss what someone else has to say but do it from your own experience.click to expand
Posted by TenpxdPosted by SassyKiwiPosted by TenpxdPosted by SassyKiwi
Then yo man falls under the umbrella of someone else’s leftovers?
It’s called grown folks divorce
Doesn’t seem very grown folksish if it bugs you. Like what did you expect, he’s gonna cut them off forever for you?
It doesn’t bug me, I wished his little girl the best bday ever.. well to be exact this is my text.
Happy bday to little Gema may she have the best birthday ever !’click to expand