My best friend and I haven't been seeing each other as much since we both started working a few years ago. So when he told me I am 'going a little nuts' dating wise it confused me. I haven't dated for a full on year with the exception of 1 person who didn't go further than three dates and that's it. Him being my best friend, I took the comment to heart and asked him what made him say that a few days after he said it, it kind of bothered me. His response was very offended, why did I make a fuss about it? Well I think as a friend I can tell you I don't quite appreciate a comment, especially if it's just based of 'a feeling' I think I can ask them to word it better next time. They got highly offended by this. So I've noticed them distancing in a group chat and when I asked him something in private I got some corporate response that he doesn't entrust certain information with an 'associate' and that 'we barely know each other' and he's interested to 'have an attempt at reconnection, perhaps somewhere in the future'. I may be crazy but if I'm mad at a friend It doesn't make them not my friend anymore, and if I want distance I just tell them "hey man I've been hurt, this will need some time. But I still care about you, just give me some room", or quietly take that room if i can. I feel hurt that someone whom I've dragged away from the litteraly train tracks could talk to me like that and just ditch me because of an argument. And then I find out he has been talking to people of our group behind my back while accusing me of making drama while I keep it to myself. Others say he'll come back to say sorry as he doesn't really want to lose me, but I don't think I can accept it. I lay here crying in my bed, and I don't cry that easily.
I wanna do throuple, me with two guys. I mean, I wouldn't mind sharing my boyfriend as long as I am the only girl in it, haha.
your love feels so fake, my demands aren't high to make
Mom, dad, please don't get mad at each other for that schedule mishap. These things happen! I don't mind that you'll pick me up late. It's not a problem, so please don't get into an argument over this.
Unpopular opinion of the day: I actually like that it's normal nowadays to break up various relationships during your life and that people constantly get divorces. There's a social pressure on so many things, I'm just glad that this isn't among them anymore. I'm glad that nobody feels the need to stay in a relationship that makes them unhappy because they're afraid of what people will say. I'm glad that once I get married, I won't chicken out of it because of the dread of having to decide something for the rest of my life (how it's often portrayed in movies, you know). I also think staying together means a lot more when it's more normal to break up for people, and when there's no pressure on you. Nowadays we have the choice to repair a relationship, and deciding to do so means something, unlike in the past days when you simply had to try to stick together. Sure, there are downsides to it; I guess I don't have to name them. But every coin has two sides. So yeah, that's my personal opinion on that.
My finance wants kids, but I don't. I now have to decide whether I one day will agree to have kids, or the marriage is not gonna happen. I have no idea what to do. I don't want to lose the love of my life - that's the very selfish reason for why I would actually agree to have a child. But from a moral point of few, I think this is a very wrong reason for bringing a life into this world. On the other hand, everyone I've talked to about it (who, I fairly have to say, all are much too keen to become grandparents or uncles to be unbiased) says that it won't matter, because once I'm holding the baby in my arms, I won't care whether I initially wanted it or not. I'm lost. Also, what if I say no and in a few years suddenly want it, and then I regret breaking up?
Are there normal women who WANT to have babies anymore? My friends and I were discussing odd women who call themselves "Dog Moms." They claim they are happy but the dog is clearly a substitute for a child. Stroller and all. Lady, if you weren't mounted by Scooby Doo, and pushed this thing out, that isn't your "Furbaby." Then it came up on the news that a Swedish minister was calling Hungarians Nazis Because of a policy to make it cheaper & more accessible to have children. Saying "Women fought to free themselves of this." Taken alone I would assume it's just crazy cat-lady talk. Sour grapes. I recall in Middle School girls would call me up and say, "I want to have your baby." Sex was secondary, a baby was priority #1. Did I miss a memo? Don't try to tell me your career is so "fulfilling." I'm typing this at work because corporate drudgery is meaningless and unfulfilling.
I missed the feeling of having a boyfriend. It's been 7 years since the last time I'm in a relationship. Wow. Even me shocked.
He loved me at the point where I was not confident with myself. I love him now, at the point where he's tired of waiting on me.
Like any usual girl, I do masturbate. and everytime I masturbate I calling my favorite celebrity. Well, hurt no one tho, but I do wonder if I could actually do it from the start. Like I still need help by watching porn and when I'm about to climax I put my phone down and call out his name. It's like I'm not actually dare to try to imagine fucking with him but I'll kill to try. p.s. : I do get wet when I'm think about making out with him, but I stopped right there. thanks for reading and good night