What were some moments, looking back, that really changed your perspective, attitude, and/or behavior as it relates to intimacy with the opposite sex or same sex if you're gay.
For me, it was having my first relationship end with her essentially keeping me in a relationship while she explored other options and then freaked out when i finally broke up with her and tried to get me back. Now I do that to other people over and over.
Having sex with a girl AFTER she caught me cheating once made me feel like it's no big deal to cheat on girls because they have some superhuman ability to get over that shit.
Being 22 and having my longest relationship been 1 year when I was 16 makes me just say... damn. And start to really think about turning my dating life around in a major way and actually thinking about what little I actually know about long-term dating and relationships despite knowing a shit load about getting into relationships in under a month.
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When I saw my grandmother pass on. I entered such a deep depression at that point I was just done... I can't really go into to details, because of how emotionally racked I was... Most of it was just a sadistic blur of my own entrapment , but I can tell you this. Anything pain or feeling of loneliness I have felt to this day has been nothing compared to when that woman left me alone. I know it's selfish to put it that way, because if it was up to her she would still be here, but it was my greatest heart break. I love her so much. I feel like ending my life wouldn't do her beauty justice, so I share the love that was place in me by her to my friends, family even random strangers. I hope that they know someone loves them and they don't have to be in pain. I know unconditional love has truly changed me. Every single person I meet in this life will only last, but a moment, and in that moment I'd like to show them that love exist. I hope one day I can meet my grandmother again, so I can thank her and share what a wonderful life I had.0