I wonder why when a man/woman cheats their partner is always mad at the other guy/gurl and not their partner?
I also wonder why, if you got cheated on, if you’re just going to stay….why make a big deal about it. Why fight, why argue, why call the other guy/gurl, if you’re staying?
I also wonder why people cheat, if you want to do single things….just be single. That way you won’t have to worry about consequences and hurting someone’s feelings.
I try to act all tough when it comes to love and relationships, but to be honest….I’m completely 💯scared. I believe in love and I believe that there is someone out there that God made just for me….but I’m terrified to put myself out there again and be disappointed, afraid to get hurt, afraid to waste my time on something that looked good on the outside, but wasn’t really for me.
Is it possible to be emotionally unavailable, but still be emotional towards someone? [Please people I need real answers]
When the chemistry is there, when the sex is…le sigh, but you don’t have any romantic feelings towards him/her?
Has anyone else experienced this before??
Has any man ever thought maybe if I show her that all men are not alike. Show her that there are good guys in this world and that way she can begin to trust again, be open to the idea of loving again. Seems pretty simple, doesn’t it!?!
Seriously, who still kisses? When was the last time you just made out? Do you kiss during sex at least? Or have we become so busy that ‘making out’ is a hassle!?!Kissing can sometimes be just as good as sex, if you’re doing it with the right person. Like push me against the wall, kiss me passionately. People don’t do that anymore.
I wonder why!
I believe there comes a point in every person’s life where “fuck that” is an acceptable response to everything thrown at you.
Rejection is a hard pill to swallow. Especially when it comes from the least expected person.
See what guys do is they tell you how much they like you, and want to be with you, and sometimes they’ll even use the “L” word. All the while your pretending to be uninterested. Even though deep down inside you are very much so interested. But you don’t want to seem to eager. So you two talk every day, and hang out whenever possible. Til that one day you let your guard down and say “I’m ready”; ready to take what he’s been telling you seriously, ready to be with him — because for the past few weeks/months that’s all he’s told you he wanted. I’m ready, I’m ready, I’m ready which some how, in their brains, turns into “I should run now, she’s getting too comfortable.”
Like where is the disconnect? Is it because the girl is ready to move to the next phase with you, the chase is over and the interest is gone? I really need answers people.
I had this one guy repeatedly tell me how much he wanted to be with me and how we should just be together. So, when I finally said “Ok let’s do this” his interest magically disappeared and he some how had 100 reasons why we shouldn’t be together and how I was pressuring him blah blah blah. How? When? Where? Like maybe it’s me (as I said in my first blog post) it has to be me because there’s no way I actually attract these types of guys all the time.
I think the hardest rejection is by someone you really love. Someone who builds you up to think that it’s just you and them, and they need you or that you’re all they have. When their rejection hits you it’s like a ton of bricks all coming down on you at once. Your heart breaks, your soul hurts, your love is tested, you feel used and useless.
Do men ever think about the consequence? Or the hearts they use and leave stranded?