Lisa, I am a twenty-two years young woman who has dated a number of guys I can count on both hands, also having a lot of experience. However, I am currently stuck between a rock and hard place. You see, … Continued
My boyfriend (who I lived with) of 4 years and I just broke up and among all the other difficult things to sort out, I’m encountering this tricky issue of seeing other guys. My ex and I had an open … Continued
This is not a magical formula for moving on, but rather a break up reality check and an acknowledgment that moving on is complex, but not impossible.
I'm very conflicted. I was seeing a man about a month ago and there was very large single miscommunication between us which led to our splitting. He was quite a bit older, had a child, and a busy job, very attractive physically. Not to mention, our chemistry was amazing, we enjoyed similar things, had the same outlook on life and topics, we had a lot of fun together and I saw potential with him despite age. We also had a rule that if we were sleeping together, weren't pursuing or sleeping with other people. I haven't really stopped thinking about him since we ended really because I didn't understand what happened as there were so many empty spots.
Recently I've been struggling with roller coaster emotions since my boyfriend (and first love) of a year broke up with me a month and a half ago. One day I feel so strongly about a particular the issue, and I'm happy and in a good place about it. The next morning, the tiniest little thing sets me off and I'm crying and feeling so desperate. And then I get these brief moments that can thankfully last for a few days where I'm just mostly neutral and ok.
How do you break up with someone? All Relationships have a life-cycle - some are short-lived others longer. What is a good approach for a painless end, without drama... A clean break?
My ex-girlfriend broke up with me more than a year ago and I can't seem to get over my feelings for her. The breakup was sudden, and it left me wanting to say a lot of things that I never got to have the chance to say, and unfortunately never will because I want to respect her decision to not talk to each other. I feel like I've tried everything, but even after I go on a date with another woman, she's right back in my mind.
What are your thoughts about dating someone you work with? Seems like a tricky situation. I've heard mixed messages, mainly "don't dip your pen in the company ink." Ironically, this came from someone who's in a relationship with someone from their work. Another example, is a good buddy's girlfriend is due to give birth next month, they met at work.