stranded 2


stranded 2

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    sky moon
    sky moon
    July 9, 2018 at 4:46 am #178736
    stranded 2

    he’s been trying to fix things he’s truly changed and i can see it but i cant believe him so I’ve been talking to one of his friends who coincidentally showed intrest in me during that time when everything was going on though he had no idea what was going on in my relationship i really dont like him romantically but i cant deny he’s a good guy i would like you guys to help me analys the situation should i trust that he’s changed or should i try with the other dude or should i leave them both considering the one i love is my cousin his friends approach has caused friction btwn them and i would like to be at bad terms with him

    July 9, 2018 at 8:58 am #178750

    “I’ve been talking to one of his friends who coincidentally showed interest in me.”
    (Sounds like revenge cheating on your part from your previous note or two men may be passing you around)
    They may have one of those “Bros before h*es arrangements.”
    In a world with over 7 Billion people I have to believe there are other guys you could date who don’t know each other!

    “the one {i love is my cousin}…” (Not sure if that was typo but if it’s not leave it alone!)

    What you probably need to do is {take a break} from dating period.
    Do some serious introspective thinking to figure out who (you) are and what you want and need in a mate.
    Then have the self discipline to stick to your mate selection/screening process and “must haves list.

    You don’t have to “be in a relationship” to feel validated or to have fun.
    Focus on establishing your career, traveling, socializing with other single women, spending time with hobbies and interests.