The fact that her behavior is driving you crazy and that you're taking the time to ask for advice should tell you how big of a problem this is. And the best way to get rid of this problem is to get rid of her also..
oh hell yes.. get tits with now bra!! i love this!.
Cute asian bait. keep.
I don't think there's suppose to be a power struggle in a relationship.
In my opinion, he behaved poorly - even his issues have issues. It seems he bent your ear all night and it's no wonder you went home exhausted. I think it's safe to say that you dodged a bullet..
His actions are not that of a man who is crazy about you, or even one who loves you (even if he says he does while looking into you eyes). You can convince yourself all you want he lights up just for you, but frankly there are people who just do. There's guy at my work who's famous for it. Don't know how he does it but he just makes every woman he knows feel special and wonderful. His name is Rick and they call him Rick-alicious. In fact today he and I had a short conversation and at the end he winked at me. Very few men could pull it off, but he did and I left grinning--and it was absolutely utterly completely meaningless. If I were inexperienced, I might build something of it. But the guy's been happily married for 25 years. He's just chamring and makes every woman he knows feel special..
I waited the requisite 48 hours or whatever and called her, and we made definite plans for the next friday. I picked her up on Friday and again we had a great time, a few drinks, some more pool, and a lot of flirting and physical contact. I drove her home and walked her to her door, and again we kissed and made out a bit. She asked me when she could see me next, I suggested a few days later and she said alright. On my drive home she texted me telling me she was glad she met me and that I am quote unquote awesome..
Yes, BO, we've talked about it at length. She tells me to give it time, as though her mom's attitude is magically going to change in a couple of months. I just don't see how change will happen unless she makes it happen. I've said this, but I get no good response..
As many have rightfully pointed out, this person has disrespected you to his acquaintances by discussing your physical appearance in a highly negative and hurtful manner..
and that's the opinion of a lot of people..
This summer i fell in love with a man who is 10 years older than I am (I am 21, he is 31.) We worked at a camp together. We slept together a few times toward the end of the summer. I am really really in love with this man. I have never felt this way for anyone before and am convinced he is the perfect person for me..
Although you are not like the woman from his past, and don't feel you should be held accountable for the hurt and mistrust someone *else* created, this is a very REAL issue for him. Even telling him "I love you" over and over again...and even backing up your words with actions...may not be enough to convince him to *relax*. After all, I'm sure the last love of his life said and did the all same things as you, than waited until he believed her with all his heart before breaking it. And if there were any situations between the two of you in the beginning of your relationship that may have led him to distrust you, then he's trying to rebuild his trust on a foundation that's already unstable. Although indiscretions and "little white lies" may be forgiven...they are never forgotten. Especially by someone who has been burned so badly in the past, that they are now searching for the warning signs they didn't see coming before. "Burn victims" (as I like to call it) will hold on to even the smallest of hurts as "clues"..."signs"...or "evidence" that this person will eventually show their true colors and end up just like the last. Sometimes I feel they are more afraid of being "dooped" than they are of actually being abandoned..
sexy white bra.
I am quiet and have many interests, just ask if you want to know wha..
Hi.short and swee..