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Female, 46, Eatonton, GA

Posted August 31, 2009


priscilla8
priscilla8

Female, Age Private, Flushing, NY


I agree with both of you ladies. I also wanted to add that I do think it has something to do with where you yourself are in life and how comfortable you are in your own skin. For instance, my last relationship was totally different from the relationship I'm in now, mainly because I AM so different...more mature, stronger, aware, etc. In my last relationship I was completely taken advantage of, I mean don't get me wrong the guy is a sexist jerk [[that's not how I usually refer to him btw, just trying to remain civil, lol]], but I also recognize that I allowed him to sort of walk all over me because I was in such a vulnerable time in my life, NOW?? heh, *mira ver*...will never happen. My current bf is the complete opposite by nature (which helps and adds to the dynamic of our relationship) but somehow I feel like it's the energy I put out that attracted someone like him...am I making any sense? I'll end it here for now...


I WILL AGREE WITH YOU ON THAT COMMENT.COMFORT IS A GREAT FEELING.


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Female, 46, Eatonton, GA

Posted August 31, 2009


LaChilenaBella
LaChilenaBella

Female, 41, Milwaukee, WI


I think that in order to have a truly healthy relationship, no matter what stage of your life, you still have to hold onto a large part of yourself. So many people make the mistake of letting go of some or all of their interests and devote their entire lives to their signifigant other. I think that YOU are the person that your partner fell in love with, and to change that, is unfair both to you and your man/woman. It is good to share interests and to do things together, but there has to be a balance. At least that's what works for myself and my husband. Every so often, I have dinner, drinks or whatever with my girlfriends and he once in a while does things with his friends or brothers. We also make it a point to go out on a date every once in a while without the children. After things like so, we feel rejuvenated and ready to face our everyday lives once again.


THIS IS SO TRUE AND IF YOU LOOSE ALL SENSE OF WHO YOU ARE THEN THERE IS NO MORE YOU TO GIVE. NEVER GIVE ALL OF YOURSELF UNTIL YOU DO NOT WHO OR WHERE YOU WENT TO.


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Female, 46, Eatonton, GA

Posted August 31, 2009


THERE IS SO MUCH LOVE TO BE GIVEN OF ONE PERSON UNTIL IT CAN OVERWHELM AND D ESTROY.


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Male, 41, Hoboken, NJ

Posted September 03, 2009


Maritza1977
Maritza1977

Female, 41, Tampa, FL


1 Corinthians 13:4 (New International Version)

4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.


Well, i'm baaaaaaaaaaaaaack!!!...i just wanted to say that i agree with u...peace and God bless!!!


TicaLinda86
TicaLinda86

Female, 32, Downey, CA

Posted September 16, 2009


Yes there is and puppy love is pure "LUST", you'll know when you truly love someone


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Male, Age Private, Lansing, MI

Posted September 23, 2009


I think that so many people focus on having things in common and I do agree with that highly. Being compatible doesnt necessarily mean that you have everything in common. What it does mean is that you can work thru your differences. One persons strength might be another persons weakness. Differences can be worked out so when you find one that interests you, focus some attention on how will you work problems out instead of just throwing that one back in the water. Make sense?


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Male, 41, Hoboken, NJ

Posted October 08, 2009


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Male, Age Private, Lansing, MI


I think that so many people focus on having things in common and I do agree with that highly. Being compatible doesnt necessarily mean that you have everything in common. What it does mean is that you can work thru your differences. One persons strength might be another persons weakness. Differences can be worked out so when you find one that interests you, focus some attention on how will you work problems out instead of just throwing that one back in the water. Make sense?


It makes a whole lot of sense...i agree with u!...peace!!!


crivera
crivera

Female, Age Private, Rochester, NY

Posted October 10, 2009


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lovelyl4
lovelyl4

Female, 46, Spring, TX

Posted October 21, 2009


LaChilenaBella
LaChilenaBella

Female, 41, Milwaukee, WI


I think that in order to have a truly healthy relationship, no matter what stage of your life, you still have to hold onto a large part of yourself. So many people make the mistake of letting go of some or all of their interests and devote their entire lives to their signifigant other. I think that YOU are the person that your partner fell in love with, and to change that, is unfair both to you and your man/woman. It is good to share interests and to do things together, but there has to be a balance. At least that's what works for myself and my husband. Every so often, I have dinner, drinks or whatever with my girlfriends and he once in a while does things with his friends or brothers. We also make it a point to go out on a date every once in a while without the children. After things like so, we feel rejuvenated and ready to face our everyday lives once again.


Good Points and well said


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