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[QUOTE=Hoop]Ooooohh! I missed that one! Sophia, you're still a youngster from where I stand. That's all I have to say.

To the original poster, follow the advice from those who have been there. The guy was not meant for you. Don't fret over him and don't wait for him to call. Go out, make new friends. I don't know why every needs to have someone to go out with all the time. Sometimes I just like going out by myself and have to freedom to do as I please. It's just a break from the usual routine.


Hoop (keeping his distance while Sophia's JATO fuel runs out) :)[/QUOTE]

Thank you Hoop. I need all the emotional support I can get right now. I was referring to Jeff's comment on another thread. I guess he views women who are ten years older than him as "old ladies." I think it's my turn to have a pity party. I just came back from a friend's wedding where I was pretty much the only woman without a boyfriend. Another friend of mine is pregnant, and my younger sister is getting married in two months. I don't think I can handle all this lovey dovey stuff anymore. The wedding was so beautiful and they looked so happy together. I kept my composure pretty well during the ceremony, but now I'm turning into a stupid pathetic sappy mess. I wish I could just be cool and strong and chipper. I hate myself for feeling this way.

Oh, yes, Ali, I think you made the right decision telling him no casual relationship. And yes, I was also 30 and so was the boyfriend I told you about who reminded me of your boyfriend. 30 doesn't mean that men feel like they've reached adulthood anymore. Especially if you live in a major american city like I do. they think they're way too young at 30 to even imagine being with one woman for any prolonged period of time. As one of my acquaintances said, "40 is now the new 30." I'm afraid we're doomed to dating much older men. But don't listen to me, I'm jaded right now. Hopefully this fellow will realize what he's missing and how much you mean to him. Underneath it all, I am still a hopelesss romantic. Take care.
[QUOTE=SophiaM]Thank you Hoop. I need all the emotional support I can get right now. I was referring to Jeff's comment on another thread. I guess he views women who are ten years older than him as "old ladies." I think it's my turn to have a pity party. I just came back from a friend's wedding where I was pretty much the only woman without a boyfriend. Another friend of mine is pregnant, and my younger sister is getting married in two months. I don't think I can handle all this lovey dovey stuff anymore. The wedding was so beautiful and they looked so happy together. I kept my composure pretty well during the ceremony, but now I'm turning into a stupid pathetic sappy mess. I wish I could just be cool and strong and chipper. I hate myself for feeling this way.
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Hang in there Sophia, your time will come. Yeah, I figured it was in reference to another post. You’re still a “babe in the woods”. I missed a friend’s wedding myself about a month ago due to something else that came up unexpectedly. The following week, I was invited to a party where much of the same crowd was gathering and I had to miss that one only because I wasn’t sure how the people attending would react seeing how I missed the wedding. I didn’t want them to think I was being rude so I missed the party, on purpose.


[QUOTE=SophiaM]
... As one of my acquaintances said, "40 is now the new 30." I'm afraid we're doomed to dating much older men... [/QUOTE]

LOL Oooohh! And I was trying to be nice to you here. LOL What has everybody been doing lately, listening to Pink Floyd’s “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” while smoking a doobie?…. I want some of THAT! LOL

Don’t worry everyone. I can handle it. I actually enjoy my singleness. :) for I am one with the Universe. Thanks for leaving out "dirty" from your post though, but I still like SabrinaRose’s comments better. LOL

Hoop ( That older “dirty” man, younger women are doomed to date) LOL

....Shut up! Stop laughing at me. It doesn't help my self esteem. :p
I don't think he would try and weasle into benefits. He held out on me until after we had been dating two months (why, I do not know). So, I don't think benefits is really an issue. I was always the agressor in that area.
[QUOTE=AliDawn823]I don't think he would try and weasle into benefits. He held out on me until after we had been dating two months (why, I do not know). So, I don't think benefits is really an issue. I was always the agressor in that area.[/QUOTE]

BAD GIRL! :D
SO he showed Respect for YOU....OK, this guy is sounding nice!





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