Through the cold approach I met my Ex-fiance and my Ex-W, though it was the W who approached me.
sayoraluvs: there not in recent uploads because they've been rejected. Isn't that obvious?
I have zero patience for stupid games. Suddenly not responding to texts or calls on a regular basis is rude and childish and a deal breaker for me.
pantie peek far left?????
Over 3 years and she won't be your girlfriend? It would, of course, be easy for me to say dump her and find someone else. You're obviously emotionally invested. But the truth is she isn't going to change anytime soon and without a lot of help or at least personal self-examination.
My ex was the first guy I've ever really dated. He helped me sooo much to really and truly get over my social anxiety. He helped me realize that there was nothing to be afraid about when it comes to getting to know somebody, or dating them, and he was the first person who all my fear just went away, around. I told him though (he was actually the first person) that I had social anxiety, and told him what I needed from him, and he helped. I can now, honestly and truly say that I no longer have social anxiety, and it was all because of him. He's still encouraging me to go out and date, even though we're no longer together, and still is there for me and understands if I need him to be.
We do love each other, but I feel like I don't need him. I broke up with him shortly after we moved apart, but took him back. We love spending time together and the sex is great but...I just don't get butterflies in my stomach for him anymore. He's sexy but I know that behind all that are lies, lies, lies. I feel like I'm just waiting for the next let down.
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I think it comes down to the fear of rejection factor for men.
Lucky, some posters just need to be put on ignore.
are you joking? Really? She has cheated on you 2 times, one of the times she broke up with you and bang another guy, left her fiance for you, and is clearly effed up.
oh lord! nice
Before you judge me with "why are you dating boy who lives miles away?".
So IMHO, I'd say, if you love her let her go and do what she knows needs to be done. If when she returns and you still feel the same and so does she, then it's meant to be. In the meantime, she's doing what she needs to do to make her future better, I think you also need to put one foot in front the other, make yourself move on.