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Have you ever dated before? You dont have to answer but I am very curious. Your answer stood out
@CapricornSwagL Yes, i have. My answer may sound immature, but for all those girls who disagree with me, I'm sure they would feel the same way i do if they found out i had a crush on somebody else. My main point is that there is a huge difference between recognizing someone as being attractive, but then going separate ways and forgetting all about that person later; and actually letting that attraction develop into feelings for them, remembering that person and thinking about them constantly. Those types of feelings should be reserved for your partner, and your partner ONLY. It may take a lot of self control, but it IS possible to prevent yourself from developing a crush on someone, and anyone who says otherwise is simpky delusional. If you distance yourself from the person you are attracted to, and forget about them, then feelings will never develop. The only time you develop a crush on someone is when you LET your feelings get to that point. Which is why i consider LETTING a
Crush develop on someone is again cheating in and of itself.
No no no lol I didn't think your answer was immature. I didn't even allow myself to think about that or judge your answer. My next question was, did you watch porn while being in you relationship (s)?
I did in my first relationship until my girlfriend told me that it bothered her. Then since i actually gave a rat's ass about her feelings (which most people don't these days) i stopped watching it. I only watched in the beginning of our relationship because i didn't even know it bothered women. But once i found that out, i stopped watching porn entirely, so i wouldn't be tempted to watch it again in any future relationships.
Wow. That's interesting af lol. What made me ask you that question was the fact that a guy admitted to "Letting your attraction towards someone develop to the point of it being a "crush" is already cheating". Most guys will never admit that , for me to ask that question to. Dang lol. Anyways though, thanks for answering. You sound like an awesome boyfriend by the way
@CapricornSwagL no problem. And thanks :)
Well aren't you pleasant...
He is right, though; roughly 1 in 6 children are not the offspring of their supposed fathers.
True, but girls who have crushes on musicians and the such are just as immature--or worse. They aren't dating material, anyways.
It means to give permission. You know in healthy relationships people actually care about how their partner feels about things like that.
Remind me never to marry you.
@Maik567 in healthy relationships partners don't feel like they own the other and don't need to give permission to do something. Obviously good partners care what the other one thinks, but that's not the same as requiring permission. Adults don't need permission to do what they want to do.
@Sara413 I never said anything about owning the other person, or that you can't do something without the permission. Im saying that in a healthy relationship you should care enough to ask for their permission anyway when doing something you are not sure the other person wouldn't like.
In this context, "let go" is perceived as if the guy think it is acceptable to let his girlfriend see her celebrity crush.
Should've been more clear then. thanks for down voting too @Beta455
Sooooo you don't date women? Lol Everyone has at least one celebrity "crush".
I don't. I think the idea of them is silly and juvenile. I really don't care for anyone who fawns over celebrities. I stopped being 5 many years ago.There are "celebrities" I admire. Ed Coan and Mariusz Pudzianowski are both people I look up to. I also admire Ellon Musk to some degree.