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FTRouslan

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In Topic: The "Funny Picture" thread

04 March 2015 - 11:37 AM

same

thankfully plenty of kids like her get in apparently. Facebook group chill as fuck

In Topic: The "Funny Picture" thread

04 March 2015 - 10:58 AM

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In Topic: Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

28 February 2015 - 10:21 PM

View Postglonglon, on 28 February 2015 - 10:20 PM, said:



It's a very good idea, after a break up you need to keep your mind busy to prevent it slipping into depression. Don't stay alone, spend some time with your friends, you don't want to stay alone and feel the void.

The few true niggas that I've been around have been enormously helpful. Bros before hoes any day. It makes me feel ashamed that I'm distraught over this, and not ecstatic about giving my friends/family as much of a good time whenever possible. It's funny how we're wired like this, right?

View Postglonglon, on 28 February 2015 - 10:20 PM, said:

It's okay to ask yourself questions but don't overthink it, overthinking leads to anxiety and depression.

Hope this helps,
Regards.

He's exactly right. Athene always wins. Thanks glonglon, that video was on point. Explained in 10 minutes what I struggled own my own to comprehend within 1200.

I'm just chalking this one down as a learning experience. Block, smile, and move on. Maybe dedicate a day or two to powercrying, thinking/writing, listening to Radiohead, and jogging. Re-establish control, and go forth with life. Make it a habit to enjoy the next encounter with a more care-free attitude. I have a habit of getting attached; instead, I will pick up a hobby or reconnect with new friends to keep my mind prioritized. Live first, love next, and never abandon your values.

I'm not going to feud, because she's a junior. We're both inexperienced. You shouldn't be condemned for some miscommunication and a little immaturity. However, I've abandoned all expectations of getting back with this chick, which is for the better, really. Maybe a few months down the line, we'll hook up or something, but not unless she respects me as a person and the boundaries that I set for myself. Either way, it's not my problem. When I get back to school, I plan on bringing the biggest fuckin' smile I can. If our eyes ever lock again, I won't look away; this interaction will be on my own terms.

In Topic: Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

28 February 2015 - 09:47 PM

Man, I'm ready to just hit the fucking gym again. Fuck this shit. I would have been over it by now if it weren't for the rejection pangs fuckin' wreck my head and heart.

At least I made a move this time. Hopefully there'll be more compatible people to woo in the mean time.

In Topic: Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

28 February 2015 - 09:32 PM

Two weeks ago, I managed to get with a qt azn chick that I've been friends with for two years, but never made a move on (and vice versa) because I was in a relationship. Cute, 5'9", great body, with a chill, sensitive, and often lively personality. Ended up having a surprise valentines day volunteering meet-up where we connected and held hands. Two days later, we were furiously making out and I got to second base. At school, she was all over me and I got attached. My first relationship was super intimate and I felt that this would end up the same way. Our chemistry was great, and we seemed to mesh well together.

Three days ago, she became distant and broke up with me. Apparently she wanted to get to know me more as a friend, which pretty much has meant "I want you out of my life". I don't know what to even say. It's crushed my entire weekend so far. Maybe I was too overbearing. Maybe I should have been less available. Maybe we should have stayed friends and never taken that risk.

It's times like this that make me wonder if I'll ever have another relationship where I'm not constantly worrying about losing attraction from the other side. Somebody to share my dreams. Somebody to give my fullest to support. Somebody that I can do almost anything with and explore life together. My first relationship was like that, but unfortunately shit circumstances made it fall apart. And now, I don't know whether it was luck of the draw with biology/psychology or a true connection, considering that I was never able to reconcile with ex #1. Is any successful long-term relationship more than biology/psychology?

Might as well play the hook up game until that person magically comes along again, but I don't even like having sex wth random people. Fuck me, right?


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