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... sexual relationship on and off with someone for about three years, and after all that time we both ended up falling in love with each other. ... (13 replies)
Can't let go...
Apr 2, 2005
... I agree, unfortunately when you start a relationship off as purely sexual, you have very little chance of having it ever develop into something more where feelings become involved on his part. ... (7 replies)
What am I doing?
Aug 19, 2005
... I have been married to a wonderful man for 16 years and dated him for 3 years prior so we have been together for 19 years. We are best friends. ... (9 replies)

... but men look at and approach sex in a totally different manner than we do. ... (7 replies)
... Well, I don't blame you for being hesitant to marry a man who would want you to do things that you are not comfortable doing. When someone loves and respects you they don't treat you that way. ... (4 replies)
... material, sexually loyal adult men. I of course also believed that some guys were evil, selfish, and didn't care about anything regarding me except getting into my pants. ... (4 replies)
It Has to End
Dec 15, 2005
... I'm so glad you were able to find chemistry with Craig, and I truly hope that the relationship can develop into something special. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for you! ... (61 replies)
Update with Craig
Dec 14, 2005
... yet. I know that when we are together, he is affectionate in nonsexual ways. Also, when we are intimate, he shows affection, like holding my hand and looking into my eyes. That's why I thought, at one point, there was potential for this becoming more than just a sexual relationship. ... (120 replies)
... Hi GE, thank you so much for your very sweet comments on Red's thread. It really means a lot to me to hear that coming from you, whose attitude toward dating and confidence I truly admire, and it totally made my day. ... (576 replies)
... i was in a traumatic relationship that ended a year ago. ... (9 replies)
... In my first post I was more concerned about the rude and ambiguous comments from your neighbour and I tended to look at your connection with your ex with a certain permissiveness or innocence, for I was assuming there were no hidden agendas. But in fact there were. ... (17 replies)
Players!!!
Jan 27, 2006
... I think you have a really refreshing attitude toward being single, and your reasons for not dating right now seem totally sensible and understandable to me. ... (64 replies)
... Can you tell me any more about your experience, madhatter? ... (27 replies)
... Yeah, I see this marriage counseling as a big red flag too, to tell you the truth. ... (21 replies)
... Well...at first I just thought it would probably be just a "fling" ....and I guess on some level I was okay with it. Besides alcohol was involved and my judgement was not clear... ... (55 replies)
... To answer your initial question, even though I'm coming in on this late, human sexuality can be pretty twisted and bizarre sometimes, and yes, it is possible for a brother to develop sexual feelings for a sister. It's abnormal, socially, and in my view morally, improper and inappropriate, but it does happen. ... (32 replies)
... o a job alone. I work from home and my business is feast or famine. During the famine times, I can easily develop a habit of just clicking away for hours online. ... (36 replies)
Update with Craig
Dec 14, 2005
... Yes, we do talk a lot about different things. His kids, my daughter. ... (120 replies)
... Hi Heartland, yes I think what you say makes a lot of sense, and I certainly wasn't meaning to speak of anyone in particular with what I said! ... (30 replies)
... Regardless, it sounds like you're being smart by taking care not to spread yourself too thin and get overtired...it's always a better idea to postpone a date, particularly with someone you like, when you're feeling worn out. ... (69 replies)




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