Work on yourself first.
This is a wake-up call!
He listens to you. He doesn’t just give the occasional head nod or surprised facial expression to feign his interest.
Because even if you win, you lose.
I had my first girlfriend in 10th grade. We were friends for a while. Because we were so comfortable with one another, I took that as a sign that we should start dating. So, I asked her out, thinking the sexual attraction would come in time.
Forfeiting this game is the reason I just won.
My job, as told to me by my editors, is to offer male insight into their conundrums.
The idea upset me greatly at first. The idea of sharing my boyfriend with another woman did not appeal to me in the slightest, even if I had indeed been the tiniest attracted to girls in the past.
Ever since I started my first relationship I have heard the same things over and over again. I’ve been peer pressured into almost losing my personality. I’m crazy, yes.
By closing myself off from any possible attachment, I’m making myself incapable of finding love.