I have been f*cked over by every guy I have ever been with, and I'm sick of it. I never ever did anything wrong to deserve this; I never slept around, I haven't just mindlessly landed myself in things. I genuinely thought I was being careful before I entered the relationship, I'm not a huge flirt, I don't dress like a whore. I am genuinely a normal person who has done nothing.
So, now I feel like it's time for a change. I want guys to KNOW how it feels to be f*cked up and f*cked around. And the sad thing is, is that I actually don't care any more. Like why should I?
I know, I'm only young but it just can't be right for me to get messed around at some a young age by guys who seemed lovely at the beginning. Like, I KNOW I was never clingy or bitchy, that's just not my style. And after the relationship I still wasn't bitchy or clingy.
I'm one of those people who could trust anyone, a person who wears their heart on their sleeve. That's got to change. I think from now on, no one will know what I'm thinking or what I'm going to do. Two guys are currently talking to me at the moment. One is my ex's close friend (that should be fun) and the other is a guy from my college. I will not sleep with them, but they won't know what hit them.
I've honestly given up caring. Blame my ex's for that.
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Honey, I could put my dating past next to yours and they would probably be nearly identical. I'm not an extremely confident person or ridiculously full of myself, but I know that I'm great girlfriend material. Sweet, honest, loving, respectful... I put 110% into a serious relationship when I get into one, and it seems to be a very one sided effort. Guys will be the sweet, ideal guy at first, but after time they act completely different and break it off. My conclusion, is that men are evil and deceiving sometimes. Not all of them, but a large percentage, are complete jerks. I've learned the hard way that you have to make people earn your trust, and take things slowly when it comes to dating. I've always had the tendency to wear my heart on my sleeve, and let people in easily... but unfortunately that's the best way to get hurt. Give your wounds time to heal, and when you head back out into the dating world, do it with a new perspective. Be careful, and learn from the bad experiences you've had... that's what they are there for. Take time to get to know a guy before things get serious, and if he sticks around and seems to really care, slowly let him in.1