Feeling strong and week on and off like this for a few days now, it's been emotionally draining with up's and down's, at times I think it would be easier for us to get back together so all the pain would just go away, but that would be pointless and neither of us would get anything more out of it that we allready have. Both of us had moments of weakness and denile, we both made the phone calls to eachother and did the texing basing our emotions on WHAT IF and MISSING EACHOTHER. Bouncing in and out of the reality of why we broke up has been going on for the past few days. Sometimes thinking it can work, and then knowing it absolutly will not work. Going over this in my head back and forth for days has been driving me crazy. I've been told this is normal.
Why pretend to be who you really are or what yoy are really thinking of?
Love is a HUGE part of balancing Your Life!
EIGHT YEAR'S OF SAYING HE HAS DYSFUNCTION PROBLEM. AND IS NOT LIKE OTHER MEN. DON'T GOT TO HAVE SEX. BUT FOUND OUT IT IS PORNO OF ANY AND EVERY THING. EVEN DEAD WOMEN AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Some of my girlfriends just turned thirty and they are calling themselves cougars! Huh?
Why is it that we have to hear the things we already know in order to accept it
Me and my man nervous relationship with each other, I want to have wild excitement with him!
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Why not be single and HAPPY? Observations from a single woman.