Currently I'm going through the same just that we met couple months ago and its tiring hearing peoples opinions always negative. But when I was single they would say "why are you single?" Now they say he is probably cheating Like please shut up.
I know right, it's really annoying to feel like everyone tries their best to just bring you down, plant the seed of suspicion (it may be linked to psychology of the distance dating (aka.. not being there with all 5 senses) or jealousy from research that i have done), even when you know eachother quite well nobody really.. trusts.If both parties love eachother at their worst even with distance between them, It will last. (That's just science.)So go get him and make everyone question their priorities when it comes to emotional attachment and feelings.And honestly from my experience being without support, love or anyone that even slightly cares for you being alive, is really difficult as a human being, so it's better to find someone, although If you have social needs met you Don't find love to be that high of a priority.. reason of why wealthier people are fine with being single (sorry for rambling 😅)
Yeah it is true because my friends are so negative about my boyfriend they never even met him and they judge him so much that now I dont know what to feel. I just want to be happy with him
For example he told me couple days ago that this weekend he will be out of town to visit his family. My friends told me he's probably out there cheating. Turns out he was with family at the snow
Exact examples that im talking about, i know you will prove them wrong, relationship seems strong and that matters more then opinion of other people.I am somewhat smug about strong LD relationships because more often than not those are the kind of relationships that survive trough "fire and smoke" so-to-speak and make others really jealous and i have seen it happen more then once already, the most ironic thing is, those single ones who have been proved wrong will get into similar relationships and at that point it's a snowball effect so you can just get a chuckle at their paranoia while pouring oneself a cup of ambition :3
Yeah thats true lol also I have a friend who is divorced so you can imagine how negative she gets which isn't fair to me that she tries putting stuff in my head
Oh yeah, heartbroken people Are mostly in the mindset of "i'm miserable so nobody else should experience happiness" i try to support them but mentally dismiss most things they say/comment.When you meet your SO and such then she might be complelled to try it out too, which would be great and dare i say, easing the burden of carrying someones depressive mindset and emotions.
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