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The irony saying you loving it 😁👍
Haha, cheers in advance :D
Oh sorry, just now I read delusion 😂😂 well same answer
If love is what is left after the money is gone (implying love is still there after financial struggle), how the heck is it superficial and conditional? I don’t understand that logic.
Couldn't one make the argument that romantic love usually becomes familial love? I love my friends. I'd say lust is the real delusion.
@tony_baloney you're right my man. And it is determined by one experience. I love my entire family. But i've never felt close enough to any woman to say i" loved" her.
It's a hauntingly beautiful feeling, my friend... If I'm being honest, there's one ex I have that I will never not love. Life just took us in different directions.. she has a passion for travel. She wants to move around a lot. I want to settle down in the state I want to move to, but I don't want to keep moving. We were perfect in every other regard.. I still think about her a lot. Sometimes that happens though. That's one of those "if you love someone, sometimes you have to let them go" kind of scenerios... it's kinda fucked up so maybe you're the lucky one here, but for some sick reason I wouldn't trade the experience for the world lmao
@tony_baloney fair nuff. Sounds like you had good healthy respect for each other. Every woman i've had feelings for seemed either one sided or at least real unbalanced. You know like if i gave 100% i would get 80% back.
True. I don't put up with no baloney. Pun intended. Maybe don't try so hard? Just kinda go with the flow y'know? I had a real fucked up childhood so, even madly in love, I always take every relationship with a grain of salt. It can always go south no matter how great they seem at first. The key is healthy communication, knowing where you draw the line for what your deal breakers are, and not trying to change who someone is. You just look harder for what you know you love. I actually made a list of my top ten deal breakers and my top ten needs in a relationship. Things like good communicator, empathetic, a little kinky in the bedroom ;D lmao It's something corny I read from a book when I was 18, but kinda helped. You make a list of things you like in a girlfriend and things you hate. Then number both lists 1-10 by impotance. You'll have a list of what you need in a partner and what would be a deal breaker. They analogized to you or a friend getting a new car and then suddenly you notice the same kind pass you all the time. *If you know exactly what you're looking for, it's much easier to find.*
@tony_baloney Your words are wise my friend. I wish we were all clear headed enough all the time to heed them.
I just never knew what a healthy relationship was because of my parents so I had to learn from books and trial and error lmao I'm a special kind of lame
@tony_baloney see and that'exactly oppositte of me. My parents were about as stable of a relationship as you get. But yet it doesn't work for me. I'm pretty sure my problem at this point is the type of women i'm drawn to. You talk about communication and it seems like the women i communicate with are also the same women always with a hidden agenda they never clue me in about lol
An agenda? Are you saying you get taken advantage of? That's fucked up
Fucking autocorrect and panic buying + panic smoking weed. Delusion*
for me-i was able to feel things out-her emotions were easy to read just by looking in her eyes.