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Yes, you definitely are making a huge deal out of this. I really do think this is misplaced anger and your own insecurities that you have related to him.
She showed different behavior to him than you. Uh, yeah you are two completely different people. He’s a man for one. Men and women interact differently than two women do. Why is that weird?
Why are you so threatened by her?
So you think she was being shady…so remember that, don’t be friends with her or tell her personal information about your relationship and move on. Why was she so involved in your relationship if you didn’t want her to be?
If it is actually difficult for you to trust anyone, you need to address that in therapy. To me, the texting should be to make a plan to meet and not too much else, at least not to the level where you’re getting into disagreements and explaining that you can’t trust people.
You don’t have to explain the inner workings of your brain to guys you don’t know.
Keep your expectations low and keep it simple.
See if you’re interested in meeting, and explain you don’t like to text too much before you meet. Focus on what you think and feel, instead of wondering if they truly understand you. That shouldn’t be the immediate goal.
If you find yourself feeling anxiety from texting potential dates, stop trying to date for awhile and get into therapy.
I can also vouch for BetterHelp.
Why are you so worked up about her still, when he says he doesn’t like or care about her? Let it go. Stop looking for reasons to feel disrespected. Focus on things in your life that make you happy and ignore the people that don’t. Be better than that, be above giving a shit what she does or thinks. Don’t let her get to you. Don’t care at all about what she does. Enjoy your bf and move on from petty annoyances.
Flirting isn’t cheating, it’s flirting. It’s not sex. Why aren’t you mad at your bf for texting or whatever with so many other women? I think you’re displacing your anger on this one person, when you’re really mad at him but it’s easier to blame her.
There was legislation that was voted on that never stood a chance of passing.April 16, 2021 at 8:17 am in reply to: He ‘slow faded’ after 2 dates. Should I message again? #1036584
I think the last point Kate made is what you need to be aware of. If he liked you, you would know it and he would have reached out. The not responding to you is a response- He is no longer interested. This is just how it goes. Move on. Trust me that men make it well known when they want to see you again.
You can reach out but prepare yourself for either no response or a polite deflection. The former being more likely. The no more responding thing is, in and of itself, an answer.
I think you should be more careful about introducing your kids to men that you are dating.
Regardless of that, he can’t or doesn’t want to take the next step. I don’t know if hat has to do with his custody issues or if there’s something else.
I have some arm soreness, fatigue and body aches but pretty mild. My husband got his this morning. I cried at the overwhelming relief.
I can’t wait until we have a safe vaccine for kids.
I am officially vaccinated. I’m thrilled! I had to wait in a line for 90 minutes to get my shot but I didn’t care. Science is awesome.
My county finally opened up to everyone over 16 and we booked appointments last night for tonight. I’m so excited. It’s J&J.
Hope you feel better soon, Kate.
Getting mine on Tuesday! I don’t qualify yet, but an hour away in Amish country they have open availability.
I’m getting Pfizer.April 8, 2021 at 7:44 pm in reply to: How to approach a relationship without coming off “too perfect”? #1034862
I’m sorry to have written the “supposedly the product of rape,” that was not well though out. I guess when one grows up with such a false and negative view bestowed on them, I tend to question the basis for that. But that’s inappropriate to do and something I can’t know, so I apologize.