If you're ok with the no sex thing and could live like that..... There are people who can enter your life and impress you with their charm, charisma and overall presence. And umm as u can see we are no longer together, that didn’t’ work so well!
The way that person impacts your normal way of thinking and your sequence of priorities, changes immediately. And thanks for calling me young Leeanne I totally agree, if I was in a good relationship, with love commitment and trust and things changed so that he could not longer ‘perform’ that would be totally different then meeting someone new and not having those emotional attachments to them.
and who knows, maybe the blockage in time will become unblocked.
At your age, I think it should be a long time before the days of having a relationship that is made up of only companionship.
remember, it all depends on three things sorry, couldn't help myself.
What seems to be important to you prior to meeting that person has just been thrown out the window because of the attraction/appeal you suddenly developed for this new person. everything that seems abnormal for a relationship... My I OK..does it have to go any further.found a smart, sexy , funny person who's company you enjoy a great deal.have the knowledge at the start to know it won't go any further.
why not just enjoy the relationship for what it is now??
“The awkwardness seems even more intense than dating sites because it doesn't align with the old, time-worn trope of the Boyfriendless Lady Who Has Lots Of Female Friends But Just Wants Love,” wrote Jezebel’s Ann Breslaw.
Thirty-year-old writer Rachel Bertsche chronicled her adventures trying to find new female friends in her book released December 2011, “MWF Seeking BFF: My Yearlong Search for a New Best Friend.” After she moved to Chicago, she found that making new female friends wasn’t all that easy -- she had to actively go out and find them. Bertsche said that after publishing “MWF Seeking BFF,” lots of women contacted her to share similar experiences: I heard from so many women on their own BFF searches because friends had moved, or their pals got married and had kids and suddenly had less free time, or because they wanted to settle down and their besties were still looking to party all the time.