And how did you feel during the stages of getting to know them?
Was it nervousness? Ecstasy? ...
What would you do to be with them?
But what tears me apart is the fact that I could be living the same thing, if it weren't for the distance between me and MY significant other.
She lives in Paris and I in London ... and it's just been impossible. We only see each other in the summer ...
I just wish my love life was better.
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Me and my significant other met at a party one night through mutual friends and talked until sunrise about philosophical things. We were both in the same mind set, not wanting a relationship and enjoying being single while it lasted. I thought he was very handsome and we seemed to have a lot in common, but again I wasn't looking for any ball and chain. After that first night, I had convinced one of my mutual friends to make it a "Friday night thing" to go over there and hang out since there were multiple people living in the house she was friends with and I had so much fun. Each Friday of seeing him I got more and more nervous, which wasn't like me. I actually started paying attention to the little details that I never had before. Does this match? Will he like the way my eyes look with this color? Does this shirt accentuate what I need it to? After a few weeks I got more and more giddy about Friday's, feeling ridiculous. I was sure neither of us wanted a relationship so I didn't understand why I felt that way. I would say about on the 3-4th week, my friend made some alone time for us and he asked if he could kiss me. OF COURSE! From then it has been pure ecstasy. Talking to each other all day, trying to see each other every day, making time for each other. It quickly got to the point where we realized we weren't really seeing anyone else and decided to make it official. 2 years later, I am still happy :) My theory is that you will find what you need when you're not looking for it. I never imagined I would enjoy being with someone as much as I enjoyed being single, if not more and I was never a long term relationship type of person before.2