Totally agree with you. Pretty messed up that people do that. I guess I am a little biased cause shes also a good friend, but at same time I could see that happening in this current situation. The only thing that would offset that is that she has been single for 5 years, has only talked to a few guys in which that she said were "jerks" and didnt take her out on dates and treat her nicely as I did, so when I did those things she said she had to get used to it again because of that reason. But you could be accurate.
Bottom line is how much with this lack of stimulating conversation be an issue in the long term. I know that I'll have to answer this question for myself, but I wonder how many women have dealt with this issue? It's the common scenario: good looking, tall, hot guy, with street smarts..
Next morning I sit next to her in class and after I ask her if she wants to get a coffee. She makes some stupid excuse about having to buy milk for her house! A few days later I ask her does she want to do something the next evening. She's too busy with college work again. I say maybe next week. She says yeah but that she isn't sure yet because she has more college work due..
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Hi.. Recently separated (divorcing), having been married for 33 years to a woman that I found out did not love me - ugghhh - I have decided that I want to live life. I am a very fun person..
I think the distance plays a big part, but also the lack of visceral physical attraction. This is the' honeymoon' stage. It doesn't sound like you're that attracted to her tbh. Some will say wait it might change, but I don't think it's worth it. You should feel excited about the person imo. I feel like people that never feel this about their partners and slip into the comforting stage of love would be more prone to looking outside the relationship or if they're really disciplined, just never be fully satisfied and maybe not even know why. Like a declawed housecat looking out the window.
needs to face the camera but still looks good this way.
Recently I found out that my live-in boyfriend of two years has been looking at porn since the beginning of our relationship. This was the second time I found out since I believed him when he told me that he was going to stop looking at porn. I was extremely hurt by his lying to me (even though, a friend pointed out, that it was a catch-22) and we almost broke up over it. It isn’t as if I am anti-porn, I use to watch it occasionally (like a couple times a month, if that) before I got involved with my boyfriend but didn’t understand why my boyfriend wanted that kind of gratification over me especially since I never fantasize myself with another. I talked it over with a close guy friend who is in a similar live-in monogamous relationship and explained how a lot of men cannot explain the behavior itself. Some answers I got was that it “relieved stress” “less tiring than sex” and “something to do when bored”. He and his boyfriend look at porn with each other’s knowledge and are completely okay with it. There are just some fundamental differences between people’s (not just genders) sexuality and their views of it. Also the male and female genital anatomies work in very different ways (there are plenty of posts on it elsewhere on this site)..
2. "I'm thinking he may have just gotten busy. Could he be nervous?".
another cute ginger, keep.
Yes but it's #109372.
I also believe a sense of humour is always in the top 10. I don't know if this is right, but it certainly isn't left..
you're not kidding..getting real old.