ok, i am 45. I have never stopped a relationship. they have usually all ended because something bad happened, like 2 boyfriends cheated, so we ended at that time. One moved away, so it ended. I have a boyfriends, and i LOVE love love the attention, but i know he lies, and hes got several other things that i just dont want in my life. I love his talks, we can talk for hours, and he calls or texts me all the time. AND after years of no attention, its what i need, crave, and its like a bad drug. I just am getting tired and in the back of my mind, i have flags about him, I care greatly for him, but have been thinking of calling it off. i know he can handle it, but what do i do, how do i say it, i'm NO good at confrontation and i have never hurt someones feelings. how do i go on, without his constant calls, my need for attention from a man? is it hard to move on?View Thread
you are missing out, sex is natural, and much needed, but we can live and be happy without it. I would not lower myself to ever go sleep with someone that didnt care enough about me, to fess up after he cheated.. i mean, wth? he probaly thinks he could date you again, or even hook up, and that you would buy his lie hook line and sinker, and he would do it over and over again.. he's a looser, not necessarily for cheating, but i hate that even years later, and the proof, he isnt man enuff to fess yup- he needs to grow some!View Thread
personally, i would much rather masterbate than to ever tread backwards... he treated you like crap, but he gets to occassionally "hook up" with you.. NO way Jack!! he could very well be cheating on another gf with you.. heck no,, no matter how amazing the sex was,, i'm not going backwards! i would rather masterbate of hook up with a stranger!! masterbate for Petes sake!View Thread
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