sweethearts
joined March 24, 2006
female from Gold Coast, Australia
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    When did he confess his feelings for you and how long ago did he move counties?

    If anything like me, I pretty much map out my goals a year or 2 in advance and know The direction I’m heading. An impending relationship I Can see if they will fit my foreseeable immediate future and make a decision on that.

    Perhaps the timing isn’t right or someone else has come into his world since he moved.

    You shouldn’t have had sex so quickly until you felt you were both in the same space.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Truth is, there’s few people you want to be around like this so when you meet someone that “you” see potential in, you try and possibly stay longer than you should, hoping because “they” are few and far between!
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Bad breath 😷 I got a real sensitive nose and some guys talk to you with all their breath! 🤢
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    A mature libra can and will because they’ve kissed many toads. Young ones... maybe not
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Don’t waste you time and energy, shallow unresponsive and tbh totally frustrating. He’ll never meet your desires and you’ll be left sitting waiting wishing for any real sign... then you’ll move on!
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Posted by jeane
    what do you think you'll regret the most? not going on the trip or not being with your daughter for the birth of her first child?


    In all honesty, not going on the trip and because she was upset by that and saying I'm selfish, it's why I am in 2 minds.

    On top of all this, I am not allowed around the baby to cuddle and kiss him because of "the whooping cough injection" which I am not having.

    So my role is to cook and clean to help out and wear a mask and look from a distance for the first 6 weeks. (I am happy enough to do my duty) however I personally don't think a week out will make a huge impact either way.

    Thanks all
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    I’d appreciate others opinions.

    My first grandchild (a boy) is due on July 13th to my oldest daughter. Been waiting for a while for this exciting event. My daughter had a couple miscarriages over the last year. She’s happily married (2 years) with a very stable loving husband and great support system close by. Her father and step mum who was previously a very good friend, 2 adult sisters + younger baby sister and a huge close knit religious family and my family live locally.

    I’ve been planning a trip to Europe with friends between June 30-July 21st (during school holidays so my other friends can get away.) It’s half way around the world from where we live and expensive, so 3 weeks is a very short trip, however also being a single woman, if I don’t jump on invitations like this, it rarely happens because a lot of people I know can’t afford time and money.

    So the dilemma is, my daughter is upset and thinks I should be there. Not for the birth because she’s happy and content with her husband being the only one in theatre but thinks I should be there as soon as baby is born. I have said to her that she will have plenty of support, yes it’s not her mother but if baby is born right on his supposed birthdate I won’t be too far away, a week at the most. If he’s born earlier then yes he’ll be a couple weeks by the time I meet him....

    So what do you all think?
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    As Timon, not a loner but do appreciate having alone time often. Some people just suck all the energy out of you!
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    -Someone that makes me laugh and smile
    -Wants to travel
    -Physically fit and health conscious because that’s my life
    -Enjoys socialising
    -At a point in their life where they are comfortable with themselves and their accomplishments

    Someone similar to myself because I no longer believe in opposites lasting
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Posted by Toti
    Every libra i Know is insecure but hide it well with latest fashion, travel and attractive partners. But, inside they are never happy. Libras like attention, compliments. Very manipulative people. Masters of manipulation who always get what they want. But, once they get what they wanted, they no longer want it. Women act like princesses all the time and expect their men to be servants. I know many Libra women, but those with leo moon are the worst.


    Having been single for near 12 years and working on myself through different relationships I’m definitely not insecure but then that took working on myself. If I’m a princess then I cater to my own needs and have proven to be a successful business woman, so if someone comes along to partner up with me then yes, there will be plenty of expectations however not as a servant because In relationships I’m the one that always ends up serving... which is why I don’t like myself when I am in a relationship. I put my partner before myself.

    I think your general idea of Libras is text book, get to know a few more in person.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    If you don’t learn to chill out and go with it you will lose this guy, eventually! Can’t see anything sticky about this, it’s really all in your head. Enjoy yourself with your new man and stop overthinking about how others are going to react. There’s only 2 people in this relationship.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    PS, is that your real profile picture? If so, it’ll be why the men gather.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Gemitati, do you just make this stuff up to stir up reactions around here. Seen a few of your threads and you seem to say stuff just to get a reaction and the worse off you sound the more puffed up you get and enjoy others responses and the banter

    Whenever I get bored I find where your posting and grab a bag of popcorn 😂 neither pro nor con mind you
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Posted by Toti
    Posted by sweethearts
    Posted by Toti
    You sound like a libra Who has leo moon, hungry for attention. Move along and stop overthinking it. He got what he wanted. Nothing more to it. Or it hurt your ego that someone could resist your

    Bang on Leon Moon and yes I was hurt being jilted as most would be, he is a decent guy who has his own demons obviously. I don't met many that I think could be a potential partner so when I sleep with someone I've already thought it was going further.

    I do get a lot of attention so I would say that I am "hungry for attention' from the right man, evidently he wasn't the one.

    Libra with leo moon is what I , unfortunately, experienced many times. Keep that ego under control if you ever want to keep a relationship. You are dealing with humans, not robots equipped to serve you. Most women wouldn't consider that situation as "being jilted", but you, because of the sense of entitlement, did.
    Do some inner work before forming relationships. If you want them to last. Good luck.
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    Thanks, more detail on the Leo moon please. Because I honestly think a lot of woman would feel jilted. Especially after sex and another date.

    I’ve seen my gf break down in tears when a date she had seen less than this didn’t show up to a ron de vue and failed to inform her.

    At the time, if he’d said hey. It’s not working for me then I would have been fine but just to completely ignore me after our last meeting saying I’ll call you and then ignore the only text I sent after that...??
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    He aint coming back, be thankful for that!

    Learn about self respect

    Learn to Adult and look after that baby
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Your a make and I think it’s different from what I’ve seen with make and female. I have loads of single gfs and if they sleep with a guy first night it doesn’t amount to much. Often not even a call or text. They would like a partner so it’s not them that isn’t interested but a lot of men consider them to not be a challenge I guess??
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    I would have been feeling exactly that around the first month but not now. Plenty of time to analyse and realise we weren’t that compatible. I’m libra he’s Pisces and the communication and coldness would have tipped me over and tbh there would have been plenty of explosions from me from pure frustration! Reading the Pisces boards, definitely not my type. No patience, it all sounds too immature. So yes you hit the nail childish! He ticked a lot of boxes but communication is number 1 and not something I can overlook in a potential mate.
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    @Boots yes! I’ve noticed long term are generally making them wait a few dates before sex. If I can see potential in someone I’ll make sure we don’t straight away, however, damn it can be soooo hard when it’s a long time between drinks lol

    Not only guys Roo! It takes a LOT of self control to stop in the heat of the moment!
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    It’s possible that I’ll find out, our mutual friend is very social and always organising get togethers so at some point we’ll see each other again.

    It’s weird, she didn’t know we had a brief fling him and I and is trying to set me up with someone else, so I told her.

    Not keen to hook up with the other guy!
  • sweethearts
    female from Gold Coast, Australia
    Posted by stillstillwater
    Posted by sweethearts
    Posted by jeane
    I don't think it's about feelings, it's about power, control and self esteem. This guy left you high and dry. You even said you feel "entitled" to an explanation.

    I think there is no remedy for this other than time and perhaps a successful encounter with someone else where you are in control of the outcome.


    I hear you Jeane, definite issues with power and control and I've worked hard on my self esteem so knocks won't ever take me down but do cause me to reassess and check myself.

    @Still

    It's all a learning curb no matter what age and makes you stronger or open to change

    @stillstillwater

    I think I'm good, don't really want an explanation anymore, it's been 3 months now and have worked through it on my own, was just thrown with the sudden meeting. I will just be polite and stay away should we be at the same events.




    Fair enough. I just don't think it's ever wrong to want to ask questions. If you need to know something then you have the right to ask. It doesn't mean the other person will respond but i mean you always have the right to ask whatever you need to move on.

    But glad to hear you worked it out on your own. smile
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    Totally understand and earlier on I would have wanted to know but now, I’ve let it go and dealt with it.

    While I was working through the rejection I remember being on the other side a year before. I met this guy that we got on really well, sex was good but he lived an hour away and ended up just wanting to couch sit when I visited. I felt indifferent about us together and told him so and called it quits. He’s still a fb friend. Perhaps it was simple as that? No fireworks.