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Sep 26th 2010 2:01AM Well said, Michael...................we should all take responsibility for emotional wellness, and have a an open mind as to the risks we take in relationships........
The glass is half full.....not half empty !
Sep 5th 2010 10:53PM Wow! The comments are so helpful....I still want to e-mail him though...so I do...but then just save it in my draft folder and forget about it.
I also read what its like to date a "player"...OMG he's a textbook case study, to the "T" .
Funny thing is , they don't like to lose....as if their 452 friends on Facebook aren't enough.
It hurts too much to keep this guy in my life.
I'm going to stay strong, and stay far away from this emotional parasite.
No stalking, nothing. I can do it. so can you.
Aug 28th 2010 11:43PM Balance is the perfect word for whatever it is that has kept me in the right state of mind...................I take my cues from a much younger man with a healthy attitude about women, life and love.
It helps that were friends too.
I date other men, and he dates other women. It works for us.
Still yet....my girl friends are trying to fix me up to meet the "right man" so that I can "settle down".
I'm meeting a new guy tomorrow night. My friend thinks he could be "the one"
I don't know too much about him......but 15 minutes, a cup of coffee and a possible handshake later will tell all.
Jul 12th 2010 10:24PM Liars are brilliant in their own minds.
I was asked by a friend of mine to baby sit for his son, while he went to work.
At the I also happened to have an ongoing "more than friends" relationship with this man.
When he arrived home at around midnight, he spent a few minutes with me and then headed to the bathroom for at least an hour.
He was shocked to see that I was still there when he finally came out...and told me that a friend had texted him that she was on her way over, and there was nothing he could do about it.
He told me it was a complete surprise to him.
She arrived within 5 minutes of him telling me that.
I was introduced as "the babysitter".
I couldn't get out of there fast enough.
This girl was dressed to the nines for her "surprise arrival".
She brought her big "Mary Poppins" bag too.
My guess was that she was staying the night.
A few months later I got the truth using the "Backwards Time Line"
He had made the sleepover date with her while he was at work.
He came home, got ready for his date , and completely forgot about me.
When she knocked at the door...It was no "surprise' to him, or to her.
He had planned it all along.
Jul 10th 2010 11:36AM "Rejection Grace"...................THAT should have been the name of he article..
Is it too late to print a retraction?
Jul 9th 2010 9:15PM Your article was absolute perfection.................I'm going to read it every night before I go to sleep (alone!).
And for your information, they say Giada De Laurentis has hands like lobsters too.
Jul 9th 2010 9:45AM A very close guy friend of mine, Is moving 2 hours away because he wants a change of scenery, and wants to get away from the "Spaghetti and Meatballs crowd meets Jersey Shore" women and men that live here.
Apparently, I'm one of them, since he hasn't expressed any regrets at all about
leaving, and has told me that he has nothing here to hold him back...
I get the feeling I'll miss him more than he misses me,
Let alone that when he moves, he'll want the comfort of a new girl to stay close to, and I'll be knocked out of he loop all together.
May 20th 2010 11:17AM I was never an "older woman"...until I started dating a younger man.........that was when I was 45......and he was 24.
Five years later, reading glasses for me, kindergarten for his son.....we still manage a hot date now and then.
It takes confidence to age gracefully............
I'll be there when he turns 30,
if only to tell him that he'll always be 24 to me.
May 17th 2010 7:38PM The "WOW" factor is not so surprising...while in uniform a conservative look is the uniform of the day...everyday!
Her issue was that she carried it around with her even after the uniform was thrown into the wash.
I find that when I feel beautiful...makeup or not ..it shows.
She's a pretty lady even in uniform...but the men love the "Barbie" thing.....
Apr 22nd 2010 8:36PM That's right Michael....a guy that I date every now and then admitted to me that he has a secret crush on "curvy" women.
I wear my curves well.