i met two guys online and I like both of them my stats are this:
i am divorced 33 year old with one child.
5 6 200 light skin honey eyes
stats of the first guy:
20 year old goes to school for computer engineer expresses to me how much he loves me all the time, is down to earth, not jealous, not possessive, we don't have the same things in common like music, but we have some of the same types of movies in common, OK looking, and does not have money. he wants a relationship but would actually think of it seriously when he is 25.
6 2 185 light skin green eyes
stats of the second guy:
24 year old architect in his last year getting his masters degree, we have so much in common as far as music and taste, expresses his love towards me, is a bit more mysterious, jealous type, very attractive and has money. he is looking for something serious now.
5 10 160 light skin black eyes
i really feel like I want the second guy but I really feel bad to hurt the first guy, this would be the second time I left him and the first time I left him he took it so bad punched a door fought with his family and was hysterical crying and begging for me to take him back...
Please help... what should I do? now the first guy is friends with me on Facebook and now the second guy wants to be Facebook friends but how can they both be Facebook friends... omg what should I do and how ?
Most Helpful Guy
There's usually a far better chance of having someone in a relationship who has many things in common. If the first guy showed such violent behavior after you left him, it means that he is emotionally immature. You will have a lot of difficult issues with him in the future.
The second's guy mysteriousness and jealosy are not very good prognostic factors. If he is hiding something, it means you may not be able to establish trusting relationship with him. And trust is central to stability.
You have every right to decide who your friends are on Facebook. You can choose whomever you like and not ask anyone's opinion.
I'd say, you may wish to explore your relationships with the second guy. If you can figure out his reasons to be secretive and make him open up, then you have a gopher. (Sorry, I just love this expression, no offense).1