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LOL!! Oh goodness, don't ever say you hate being young! You know what they say, youth is wasted on the young! Believe me, you'll turn around twice and you'll be wishing you were young again! But seriously, I think it's any one or a combo of hundreds of things that can make a person feel insecure in a relationship. Anything from your own issues with trust and intimacy to whether the person intimidates you or something, or if the other person has given you a reason not to trust them. I think with time and experience comes being more comfortable in your own skin, and knowing better what you do and don't want in a relationship. With some of those life lessons learned, hopefully more security in your relationships will follow.
[QUOTE=Ninispjc]LOL!! Oh goodness, don't ever say you hate being young! You know what they say, youth is wasted on the young! Believe me, you'll turn around twice and you'll be wishing you were young again! But seriously, I think it's any one or a combo of hundreds of things that can make a person feel insecure in a relationship. Anything from your own issues with trust and intimacy to whether the person intimidates you or something, or if the other person has given you a reason not to trust them. I think with time and experience comes being more comfortable in your own skin, and knowing better what you do and don't want in a relationship. With some of those life lessons learned, hopefully more security in your relationships will follow.[/QUOTE]


Its stinks to think about it but life is full of lessons. In a way it may not be a bad thing :rolleyes:. After we graduate some go to college and some dont but there is a point when education stops. So with this said going through life we still learning everyday what lessons are. Some are good and some are bad.

Every relatioship is different and we learn the different lessons from them but I think thats what helps narrow down the perfect girl that I have been looking for. I haven't been through much and I am sure I have alot to learn but I will keep my mind open to anything.

As for being young I am sure I will be wishing that when I am 40.rrrr I don't want to get there.
[QUOTE=eightball61]Its stinks to think about it but life is full of lessons. In a way it may not be a bad thing :rolleyes:. After we graduate some go to college and some dont but there is a point when education stops. So with this said going through life we still learning everyday what lessons are. Some are good and some are bad.

Every relatioship is different and we learn the different lessons from them but I think thats what helps narrow down the perfect girl that I have been looking for. I haven't been through much and I am sure I have alot to learn but I will keep my mind open to anything.

As for being young I am sure I will be wishing that when I am 40.rrrr I don't want to get there.[/QUOTE]

WATCH IT! don't EVEN go there about 40.............
I totally Agree with both posts from:Salinas1 and Ninispjc..
I may hate being 40something, but I love the Knowledge and Experience life as brought me to this age of CONFIDENCE............
IF.... only what I know now and what life experiences I have been through to go back and be the age of 22! but then I would not be the woman I am today....The wrinkles are there, the sagging is there, the brain is there/SOMETIMES.....The doubts are gone and the Confidence is IN and the I don't care anymore attitude...OH yes, and thy Attitude...A woman in her 40's with Attitude...

Now, can someone only tell me or help me with Being the Mother of a Teenager...getting thru these years I think are the MOST hardest then any type of relationship I have ever been in! LOL :)
[QUOTE=GirlHarley]Now, can someone only tell me or help me with Being the Mother of a Teenager...getting thru these years I think are the MOST hardest then any type of relationship I have ever been in! LOL :)[/QUOTE]
My son died when he was days old BUT!.. I believe that if he grew up to his teens, that look of love and trust from the eyes when he was hurting would have said it all. Also, if he's ever said you were "kewl" or asked for your advice, cherish that. That should be a good start for you I hope. (And if youre still having a rough day, go read my response to the crush on a guy at work thread :) )
[QUOTE=GirlHarley]WATCH IT! don't EVEN go there about 40.............
I totally Agree with both posts from:Salinas1 and Ninispjc..
I may hate being 40something, but I love the Knowledge and Experience life as brought me to this age of CONFIDENCE............
IF.... only what I know now and what life experiences I have been through to go back and be the age of 22! but then I would not be the woman I am today....The wrinkles are there, the sagging is there, the brain is there/SOMETIMES.....The doubts are gone and the Confidence is IN and the I don't care anymore attitude...OH yes, and thy Attitude...A woman in her 40's with Attitude...

Now, can someone only tell me or help me with Being the Mother of a Teenager...getting thru these years I think are the MOST hardest then any type of relationship I have ever been in! LOL :)[/QUOTE]

HirlHarley I would never tease your age :p I like reading more post because I get some knowledge on things to look for when I get there. We both can learn a lot from each other, I know I have from reading your post(not a bad thng).

You may have the wrinkles and the sags but I am sure that you ae still the same person you have always been and if not well all I have to say is that I like your attitude and responses you have to some of the situations people face in life.

Now as for helping you out with you teenage son its kind of hard because I know little about him. If you give me some insight then maybe I may have some thoughts. But to start of at the age of 14 or plus its really no different then probaly you were a teen. They feel independant and want to live a life of their own. When he moves out he will come to realize how much of a good caring mom you are but right now he doesn't understand because he may have a few friends that have more freedom than he does. Stick to your guns and he will grow to be a great kid I am sure. He's got a great mother that cares for him. ;)





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