Our values are too different.”My concern is that she will find someone before I do, and thus I will be alone and devastated, feeling used as a filler.
I can’t think of a stronger endorsement as to why you should cut this woman out of your life. Think about all the reasons you resent your ex and use them as a justification to cut her off cold-turkey.
“Friends with benefits” is great conceptually; but once someone develops feelings, it all falls apart. Not only will she survive just fine without you, but you’ll have a chance to thrive on your own.
In a moment of weakness where I brought up the possibility of a relationship again, she made it quite clear she does not want to be with me, beyond friends with benefits.
Her rationale is, “I’m attracted to you, we’re compatible in bed and I love hanging out with you, but I can’t see me spending the rest of my life with you.
I broke up with my girlfriend of 11 months three months ago.
I pulled the trigger but I think that if I hadn’t she would have within a month, we were fighting so much.My Wonderful Girlfriend And I Had Been Dating For Over A Year, And So We Decided To Get Married. She Would Regularly Bend Down When She Was Near Me, And IAlways Got More Than APleasant View. She Was Alone When I Arrived, And She Whispered To Me That She Had Feelings And Desires For Me That She Couldn’t Overcome .She Told Me That She Wanted To Make Love To Me Just Once Before I Got Married And Committed My Life To Her Sister.We are both young (20-21) and in college, and were both each others’ first real relationship.My problem is that, after cutting all contact with her for two months, I have recently started having sex with her again. I initially rejected her offer out of spite (and to keep myself from developing feelings again), but she was persistent and so my “other” head won out over my rational head, as often happens.When She Reached The Top She Pulled Off Her Panties And Threw Them Down The Stairs At Me.