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Nope not since I was 13.
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Yeah, I'm guilty of that. I get very easily emotionally attached, and I suffer the consequences, every time.
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If you're getting emotionally attached then you're expecting something out of this.


haha, I guess. I've been single for one freaking year!!! Of course I want something out of this...
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And in the end it turns out to be a dude, happeneds way too often

What I would like to say is that you should not exepect anything only try to make the best out of it (do not try to take away the thinking of her being better then normal/other girls so that atleast you meet with a happy encounter but do not get your hopes to high up and take it as it is, if you want her to be someone special to you do not take it as it is unless maybe a serious reason)


I'm 100% is a she. She's my co-worker;s niece, whom I get the know very well over the years. Of course, I know not to expects too much but can you blame me if I actually harboring positive thoughts lol?
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Emotions sure are troublesome... Glad I don't have these problems.

Doesn't sound like an attachment though. More along the lines of liking her/crushing or whatever you kids call that shit these days. Either way, no need to rush and keep your guard up. You wouldn't want your emotions to think for you.


True that, there been a time where I let my heart dictates my action even though my brain tells me is wrong. Got wrecked in the end so bad:(
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Freddy96NO wrote:

And in the end it turns out to be a dude, happeneds way too often

What I would like to say is that you should not exepect anything only try to make the best out of it (do not try to take away the thinking of her being better then normal/other girls so that atleast you meet with a happy encounter but do not get your hopes to high up and take it as it is, if you want her to be someone special to you do not take it as it is unless maybe a serious reason)


I'm 100% is a she. She's my co-worker;s niece, whom I get the know very well over the years. Of course, I know not to expects too much but can you blame me if I actually harboring positive thoughts lol?


Ooo...that's a tough position. I do wish you the best of luck, though.
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dotsforlife wrote:

Emotions sure are troublesome... Glad I don't have these problems.

Doesn't sound like an attachment though. More along the lines of liking her/crushing or whatever you kids call that shit these days. Either way, no need to rush and keep your guard up. You wouldn't want your emotions to think for you.


True that, there been a time where I let my heart dictates my action even though my brain tells me is wrong. Got wrecked in the end so bad:(


Reminds me of something my father used to say: "Think with your brain, not your head"

I know you mean the heart, but I'm sure this could work for that too. Maybe not as clever though...
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dotsforlife wrote:


Pimmpachuu wrote:


dotsforlife wrote:

Emotions sure are troublesome... Glad I don't have these problems.

Doesn't sound like an attachment though. More along the lines of liking her/crushing or whatever you kids call that shit these days. Either way, no need to rush and keep your guard up. You wouldn't want your emotions to think for you.


True that, there been a time where I let my heart dictates my action even though my brain tells me is wrong. Got wrecked in the end so bad:(


Reminds me of something my father used to say: "Think with your brain, not your head"

I know you mean the heart, but I'm sure this could work for that too. Maybe not as clever though...


Haha, well he's definitely a wise man. Too bad is pretty hard to think logically about these kind of situation...
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Yeah, I'm guilty of that. I get very easily emotionally attached, and I suffer the consequences, every time.


yep, like i would endear a person very much when they do something nice for me no matter how small the gesture is and it might not be that big of a deal for them
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Just ask her DTF? Or Lemme smash. I hear these work nowadays.
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Posted 6/17/15 , edited 6/17/15

Pimmpachuu wrote:
Freddy96NO wrote:
I'm 100% is a she. She's my co-worker;s niece, whom I get the know very well over the years. Of course, I know not to expects too much but can you blame me if I actually harboring positive thoughts lol?


I was just joking ;P
Would not blame you for positive thoughts (maybe I said it a bit confusing or wrong)
but atleast if you don't wont much from it "take it as it is" while if you want more out of it then you could do "what you got to do" ( throw some logic, and try to do something with the time you got and never loose her as in she get lost from the moment/event you tried to make)
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streamhopper wrote:

Yeah, I'm guilty of that. I get very easily emotionally attached, and I suffer the consequences, every time.


yep, like i would endear a person very much when they do something nice for me no matter how small the gesture is and it might not be that big of a deal for them


Well, I've learned to be a little cautious after 43 years. But still, I like to give the benefit of the doubt. Sometimes people really are genuine, maybe not so much anymore, but I live in the past...
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Just ask her DTF? Or Lemme smash. I hear these work nowadays.


lol I do plan to get some action when we meet but not going to be so bold and more subtle in my way lol
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Pimmpachuu wrote:


streamhopper wrote:

Yeah, I'm guilty of that. I get very easily emotionally attached, and I suffer the consequences, every time.


yep, like i would endear a person very much when they do something nice for me no matter how small the gesture is and it might not be that big of a deal for them


Well, I've learned to be a little cautious after 43 years. But still, I like to give the benefit of the doubt. Sometimes people really are genuine, maybe not so much anymore, but I live in the past...


dang man, I bet you got a boat load of experiences...
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Pimmpachuu wrote:


streamhopper wrote:


Pimmpachuu wrote:


streamhopper wrote:

Yeah, I'm guilty of that. I get very easily emotionally attached, and I suffer the consequences, every time.


yep, like i would endear a person very much when they do something nice for me no matter how small the gesture is and it might not be that big of a deal for them


Well, I've learned to be a little cautious after 43 years. But still, I like to give the benefit of the doubt. Sometimes people really are genuine, maybe not so much anymore, but I live in the past...


dang man, I bet you got a boat load of experiences...


Actually, not as many as you'd think. But what I lack in quantity, I more than make up for in quality. Probably the best relationship I was in was when I was about 29. I was with a girl for nearly three years, and things were going great. One day, we went to lunch at Subway, and she dropped the news she was taking off, right out of the blue. Totally blindsided me. I don't think I ever really got over that - I've limped along since then, but my trust was broken. It'd take a lot to bring me back from that.
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