It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Relationship Health Message Board


Relationship Health Board Index


Re: Mercy
May 22, 2006
[QUOTE=LostMyHeart]So funny you say that. I mean he wasn't unattractive to me at all... but as far as career, he definitely wasn't set in that area. We're talking mid 20's so that's no big deal to me - still plenty of time, but now all of a sudden [I]I'm not good enough for him[/I]... hmm, I don't know about that. I've kind of been wondering "Who does he even think he is?"[/QUOTE]

Well, I know that story, although from a slightly different angle. I was dating a guy for a few years who was much older than me and completely broke and not ambitious. The only thing that he had going for him were his gorgeous green eyes and his eloquence. I was a beautiful young girl then and could have had any guy I wanted, literally. I just didn't know it. So I stuck by this guy, believed his promises, paid for my own dinners, and for WHAT?? Only for him to begrugingly propose to me only because he was afraid I was going to leave, and even then, he refused to tell anyone about our engagement or discuss the details of the wedding. I can't believe the low self esteem I had! I'm so angry at myself for being so naive. That's probably why I cringe at any man older than a couple of years now, or someone who is in the psychology field. I can't stand them anymore. Now I only want to be with young guys who are into business, science, or medicine. The more logical and science oriented, the better. I can't stand these talkative dudes who are all talk and no action. They seem fake to me, as I think my ex was. Interesting how our past experiences influence our future choices...
Re: Mercy
May 23, 2006
[QUOTE=SophiaM]Well, I know that story, although from a slightly different angle. I was dating a guy for a few years who was much older than me and completely broke and not ambitious. The only thing that he had going for him were his gorgeous green eyes and his eloquence. I was a beautiful young girl then and could have had any guy I wanted, literally. I just didn't know it. So I stuck by this guy, believed his promises, paid for my own dinners, and for WHAT?? Only for him to begrugingly propose to me only because he was afraid I was going to leave, and even then, he refused to tell anyone about our engagement or discuss the details of the wedding. I can't believe the low self esteem I had! I'm so angry at myself for being so naive. That's probably why I cringe at any man older than a couple of years now, or someone who is in the psychology field. I can't stand them anymore. Now I only want to be with young guys who are into business, science, or medicine. The more logical and science oriented, the better. I can't stand these talkative dudes who are all talk and no action. They seem fake to me, as I think my ex was. Interesting how our past experiences influence our future choices...[/QUOTE]

Nah I dated a pre-med once and he was the biggest liar/fake of them all! It's funny how different people are though, the last thing I want is a young business major! I go to a school full of them, they're all business during the day then at night they're the frat boys with popped collars and hoards of girls with fake tans and pearls. VOMIT





All times are GMT -7. The time now is 09:43 AM.





© 2020 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!