This has nothing to do with love, but with fear, actually. About a cancer scare.
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So recently I decided to experience a couple online dating things and have also been going to a night club to keep options open. Well in both ways, I've met two people and at this point I'm not sure I really want a boyfriend but I don't want to lead them on either. I know that when I start to like people, i'll lead them on and then can get scared. I know I shouldn't get scared but it happens. I'm scared because I have NO experience. Anyways, so there's two boys at this point. The one online I get along with really well and the one in real life I'm getting along with just as well. I really would like to go on some dates this year. Nothing serious, just fun. But I guess my thing is, do these boys have the yay or nay quality for me :-/?
Putting the "open" in open marriage
what do you do?
does your happiness depend on somebody else being with you,, or not?
In this post I talk about the aftermath of losing the man I loved.
One of the best things about this site is that there are so many people willing to share advice, thoughts and ideas.Users write a blog or a question in the forums with a problem and other users read it and give advice. Recently, sophia67 wrote a blog looking for just that sort of advice. Knock3xz responded with heartfelt advice that came from her own experience: ...I strongly suggest that you learn to take control of your own life. Get counseling, get yourself a good therapist, it works wonders. I did, and just the fact I had someone to talk to who didn't judge me. And would never utter a word about what we talked about to anyone gave me believiable strength, and courage.
Why men can't make their own decisions in their relationships instead of their parents doing it for them?
Elizabeth Edwards believed she was the kind of wife who wouldn't be cheated on. What kind of wife is the kind who gets cheated on?