No prob :) She sounds like a bitch
The thing is for someone reason I don't even hate or dislike her, it's probably just because I'm an idiot,
It's okay :)I think it was for the best. I sure learned my lesson
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I started to develop feelings for her, apparently she did not.. so she went with the blow off/ignore route instead of just being straight up and saying she wasn't interested in dating me
It's all good. My life has been going just fine with her. I have a job and a car and I am making bunches and oodles of money. My life was going nowhere with her around. She never really had a reason to leave. I have always been a conservative and she had some liberal friends. One by one they stopped talking to her. I think her last friend was gonna leave and motivated her to choose between her and me. I never actually got an answer and I have no doubt she would have lied to me to hide the real reason. I haven't found another girl that was as loyal as she was. We had nearly no issues before she left. Maybe I shared too much...
Bullshit. That makes no fucking sense
Lol of course it do, want pics? Lol
Still have em saved, it do when you drunk
Uh no please no. I don't want to be turned off for the rest of my life. A vagina is soft I don't see how it can rip foreskin
Of course. Every love song ever written by a man comes from a man who was hurt. Heartbreak for a man is the worst thing - worse than for women. However, it makes us human and can turn us from being playa-douchebags into decent adult men.
You don't know that it's worse for a man. Please stop talking bullshit
Actually, I am not talking bullshit because there are evolutionary mechanisms involved. Basically, when a crisis like a heartbreak happens, we seek out advice or a someone to listen. For women, that will usually be her girlfriends. For a man, that would usually be his girlfriend - now ex-girlfriend - so he has no one to really turn to. His mind then races like he is drowning attempting to solve this problem. All other problems become secondary - work, school, food, hygiene - it doesn't matter. In male heartbreak, the loss of the love becomes a consuming crisis and males, being problem solvers and threat eliminators, then go a bit insane attempting to solve this usually unsolvable problem.
In fact, here's more evidence:www.cosmopolitan.com/.../Is Heartbreak Harder on Men or Women? Finally, an Answer...Wake Forest University professor Robin Simon studied 1,000 single adults and concluded that a man's mental health takes a beating when he has issues with his significant other. An interesting explanation of why that might happen: When men are going through an emotional rough spot, they often turn to their girlfriend, not their bros. And when things aren't going so well with the girlfriend, he might feel like he has no one to open up to. Also, guys are conditioned to keep emotions bottled up, which can end up making them feel worse and more hopeless.
I believe you. This is interesting.
Here's the original 2010 paper in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior that is being quoted:Nonmarital Romantic Relationships and Mental Health in Early Adulthood:Does the Association Differ for Women and Men?users.wfu.edu/.../Simon_Barrett%20JHSB%202010.pdf