Started by SleepyD, March 29, 2011, 09:43:29 am
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@master: you need to loosen up. staying that way can't be good for you. ;^;@bells: you also need to loosen up. staying that way can't be good for you, either. =__=;@stew, sleepy: romantic relationships are a double-edged sword; sometimes the person you like the most can be the most hurtful. when picking blackberries, you may not get them all. even when you grab on to one and don't get it, it was still worth the try, because if you go for it and it doesn't fall out of your grasp or fall apart in your fingers, it will be so sweet, it will have been worth the thorns. -w-
There's no terror involved; it's just that I tend to be possessive/loyalty-demanding in friendships and I can't imagine I'd be any different in a romance. Throw in my general trust- and abandonment-issues and it's easy to see how that could be a horrific, emotionally-scarring experience. >>
Oh, something that I was discussing with a friend yesterday. I'd also want a physical relationship too. If my partner flatly refused to ever have sex with me, then I'd struggle to find reasons to maintain the relationship as it was. If you don't have sex, you're just close friends as I feel it is an integral part of sharing your love with someone.
I've never had any interest in relationships, but I was dragged into a relationship last year by a friend who turned out that he was in love with me. It was totally one-sided and I hated it; I just wanted to be friends with him, but I got trapped in it for some time because it'd make him happy, and I thought I had no say in the matter anyways, so there was also the fear of retribution...
like taking pleasure in a tasty meal or playing an exciting game