If you are at a point where you want to take your relationship to the next level then of coarse ignore the urges we have all had them and anyone who respects and loves their partner would never act on them..
About the violence, he lost his temper once and went a little too far, but other than that the only major incident has been punching a hole in the wall. Both were years ago and we've had insane fights since, with no sign of violence or aggression..
sounds simple. your relationship probably wont make it because she is going to college and will grow vastly. most relationships wont make that- and if you are like me, you will be SOOOO thankful when you are older and see that your relationship didnt work. shes going to grow up. you cheated on her, i find it sad that you worry she may cheat on you...what you can do it and she cant?.
Thanks, Du, I will make sure to check more for doops before I upload again..
Why don't you try Meetup, where you can actually meet someone who lives nearby you in person? It's easy to break the ice at Meetup functions because nearly everyone shows up alone and they are all there hoping to talk to and meet new people. I don't see why you are wasting your time talking online to women who live on the other side of the world if you are really interested in finding a girlfriend. There are probably thousands of Meetup groups in the San Francisco area. I feel like a broken record with you guys, but I can't imagine why you won't at least try it out. I met loads of new friends and my boyfriend via Meetup..
Granted, the way he asked her out and what he suggested was rather lame, but still....I believe if she had been into the OP romantically, she would have been thrilled for the opportunity to spend time with him again ......instead of preferring to be with her little brother!.
One of your updates discusses how all her friends see her as the victim and you physically assaulted her, and the end result is they're all rallying around her and you are the abuser..
I HATE that too! Do you think he's so shy that he'd turn down a lunch or coffee offer? I don't want to make a pest of myself if he's not really interested....
and those who cheated and want to further be dishonest and disprespect the ones they cheated on don't have any idea what committment is and aren't mature enough for a committed relationship..
If you're saying --you're not in love and so on then what's the big deal?.
OOPS I meant 1, 2 & 4!!!! My eyes went crossed. lol.
First off I'm not good at this. I'm a young 35 year old man lookin for a real relationship. I feel I'm at da point where I need to be thinking about marriage. I'm not into putting a age limit on..
The more you practice dating, the more you get more comfortable with it..
I would not be offended that these older men rejected you in fact you should try to see them with more positive eyes these men are actually emotinally stable and intelligent and are doing you a favour, they have more experience and therefore know what is best for them and in turn you even. They had enough experience and the maturity to spare you from future pain as they do for themselves. You know that in years down the road when you are with someone who is significantly older than you you will also feel a disconnect you might realize in time that some of your best years were taken away because he wanted a more mature settled down relationship and you gave up those years to adhere to his needs, OR vice versa a man will feel frustrated and less loved because he can't get you to settle down and act in your life at the pace he would prefer which is only fair since you will both have different needs. It can become a very controlling relationship and a tug of war on control. It's not natural for people of that big an age gap to make their worlds meet. A relationship needs more than just sexual chemistry for it to work long term..