Considering how insecure she already is about this, I don't see how having internet strangers scrutinize her breasts will help..
If you see a guy that catches your eye, trust me, you would be so much better off by smiling or making it OBVIOUS that its ok to approach you. Most girls who I see, we catch eachothers eyes and they look away, and for me that = uninterested. I'm not going to approach someone that doesnt want me to, right?.
I thought that things with my lady and I were going well over the past year. But then comes this: Last night, I mentioned that we should meet up the next day after she gets her eyes checked and her hair done. A little comedy club deal and some dinner..
omg she is so beautiful!.
If it continues after you've tried above advise, then some professional help would be great for both of you. Conflict resolution is important. Passive aggressiveness, blame, manipulation, silent treatments, unresolved conflicts all damage relationships. Resentment builds and contempt kicks in. Which is the point of no return you both need to avoid..
One does not need to be 100% certain that one is suffering from clinical paranoia to seek professional help. Determining whether or not it exists (and if it does, to what degree) IS the professional's job..
I think a lighthearted card and small box of chocolates would be appropriate to show you care, but not something so big as to scare her off. Don't get a card that's too romantic. I did see several just today that are designed for friends. I didn't read them as I wanted a funny/horny/sexy kinda card for my man, but I'm sure there would be something appropriate in the friends section of cards. Avoid anything resembling "will you be mine?" since you are not exclusive yet. Maybe the chocolates shouldn't be in a heart shaped box either. It's so hard to say, some women get scared off, others would be disappointed. It depends on the situation..
I like to have alot of fun and i am very ingetic and just love to cuddl..
Hi..I am looking to meet a new friend that I can spend some time wit..
Him: "Was meant to be playful. Sorry to bother you.".
CookieMnstr: I think that only the admin can remove him and those comments, and the admin is gone for a while. so unfortunatly we are stuck with him for him for the moment. he puts the whole site at risk though for his own selfish gains . . ..
But thats just it. I dont know why she's doing this. (My ex, I mean). I was hoping for this, but I didnt really think I would get it. It's caught me off guard, thats all. Dont get me wrong, Im glad for the contact and the gestures. But Im also a little scared. I feel like I need to say something to her, I just dont know what would be the right thing to say, if anything. Any ideas?.
gorgeous....very sweet looking.
why is this not in his profile pics??.