had to act like a complete jackass to get my ex to leave me alone. long story short she blocked me and I'm happy and content now. not proud of how I had to act but what's done is done.
I just want to sleep next to someone on this twilight cold weather.. i never realized how much that kind of feeling meant to me a lot. I spent my whole life alone and occupied with my work and research. Most of my life I live to study reality yet I cant live in reality. Im stuck in the lab then i go home alone. Heck i dont have close friends to talk to. Just colleagues about work. Sometimes they invite me for a drinking night but its still makes me feel empty though. Its so weird im already 24 years old. i never expect much but a real friend i never have. And now someone to be with which is harder to come by. I never dated men since 8 years ago when i was completely different person
My ex sent me a YouTube link to a song called "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do" and he followed it with a text saying "overdub yourself". The song is a dude singing about wanting to try again and begging his partner not to leave him. I think my ex thinks that's how I feel about him. So in response, I sent him a YouTube link to Taylor Swift's "White Horse", which is her saying she waited so long to be appreciated by her partner, but now that he finally sees what he's lost, it's too late for him and his white horse to come around, because the damage has already been done. Maybe my ex will finally catch my drift.
Why do guys like to go to strip clubs? My boyfriend as been talking about going to one and I'm feeling self conscious. I've already expressed how I would feel about it.
It's very easy to get one-itis as a teenager. It's easy to say, "I'd die for you." When you have nothing to live for yet. I stumbled on the Facebook of my high school crush. She's pretty lame now. She has massive student debt from a useless photography degree. She spams anti-vaxx stuff all over her facebook, and she named her kid after a really lame discount romance novel author. 10 years is a very long time in life.
I was alone for a long time. Now, I'm not alone. I hope we get married, and our life together gets better and better everyday.
So my wife is Filipina and I'm European. She has recently got into some wiere Korean skin care stuff that lightens your skin. I think she's taking it too far. She's lighter than our kids now. I can't really talk to anyone about it. She mainly does it to flex on other Filipinos. Basically in their culture if you have a tan you are a redneck, and if you are lighter it means you have a high class indoor job like a bureacrat. I'm dropping hints about how I feel and I'm about a week away from making Michael Jackson jokes.
I have to let go a person that never been mine.
Why almost relationship is hard to forget?
My boyfriend's dad owns and is boss of a relatively small company. He inherited it from his father, and when he retires, my boyfriend is supposed to become the boss. All his plans are aiming at that; he doesn't have a plan B, he is looking forward to it. He also made some career decisions that were smart for this particular goal, but quite stupid if he ever planned working as an employee somewhere else. And here's where my confession starts. I don't think he's going to manage it. He simply isn't smart enough to lead a company. And I don't mean that in an insulting way, it's just that there are different kinds of intelligence, and he's talented in a lot of ways, but running a business is simply not at all what he's good at, and I don't think he ever will be. He just lacks the qualities that you need to have in order to be a successful boss. One of which is knowing when it's better to quit, and I'm very afraid for his, but also ours and as a result my own future. I haven't told him how I think about this because I hope that I'm either wrong or, if I'm not, he'll realize it himself one day. I'm not sure what to do if neither happens. I want to be a good partner for him, and I'm not sure whether that means always being supportive or being honest.