You might want to strike up a new female friend for you to have fun with before kicking her out, but move on one way or the other..
You overstep yourself, ArkhamJoker..
little miley cyrus wannabe.
I can definitely understand people questioning Matt’s motives and his true feelings for me. All I can say is that I know him VERY well (since grade school) and he really isn’t like that. As I already explained, we already ‘tested the waters’ back in high school but both of us didn’t feel right about it, so we decided to just remain friends. And since then we have not once succumbed to temptation even tho there have been numerous “opportunities”. I honestly feel that Matt and I are just close friends who have been there for each other, and I’m confident he is not out to ruin my relationship. In fact, I remember that when he found out I had a bf he was genuinely very happy for me..
“Well, that’s pretty intelligent and not as bad as Anna told me,” Lena said. “She needs to realize that you had every right to jump to such a conclusion after what she did to you! Personally, I don’t see anything wrong with what you said!”.
nice physique on lefty.
If it is bothering you now and if she doesn't do something concrete to show you that she is truly working on her impulse to lie then your feelings about it will only get worse. It will always niggle at you on the inside and create problems within your relationship. You need to show her you mean business. One way is to break up with her and tell her exactly why - the lying - and unless she makes a conscious effort to stop you don't see a future with her because you won't be able to trust her..
I'll preface this by saying I've always been a bit romantically naive so the answer to my dumb problem is probably something simple I'm not seeing..
She's a sweetheart and easy to look at!.
Yes, I know getting out of the car was a mistake but it was really out of the way for them and maybe i thought it would have been too obvious if i insisted on staying..
She has some other pictures on here i think..
You should tell him..
I agree....everyone has their own values and expectations....so when you start dating someone, you see if yours matches up with theirs. Never every try to "fix" them to suit your own expectations. Doing this is the norm..
You'd be wise to break up with her before she leaves..
mornin tummyfan.. seems u havent commented on this lil hottie... have u missed her?.. tut tut!!!!!! lol.
OP, with that revelation, the question begs why not just date amongst that group of men? Approach ones who are demonstrably single and ask them out for lunch or coffee. If they turn out to be taken or it's a miss romantically, at least you had some nice moments with a non-dodgy person..
3.)We have only had "sleepovers," three times since we started dating..