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Old 9th February 2018, 11:08 AM   #16
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good for you! Now wait and see..shes gonna message you and wonder where the heck you are. People always seem to be more interested, when you don't give a damn anymore. NEXT!
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Old 9th February 2018, 11:48 AM   #17
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Life is very short to waste time on a one sided relationship.

Most will linger on hoping but that never get you much except wasted time that could be better spent on someone else.

You tried it out. Ok. Isn't working move on.
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Old 9th February 2018, 2:06 PM   #18
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Didn't read your entire post but saw something about 7 dates.

Try cutting someone out of your life who you dated for 9 years. Best thing I ever did but.
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Old 10th February 2018, 3:24 PM   #19
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Life is very short to waste time on a one sided relationship.

Most will linger on hoping but that never get you much except wasted time that could be better spent on someone else.

You tried it out. Ok. Isn't working move on.
Agreed. My time is too valuable to waste worrying about her and making plans and seeing if she will respond ECT.

She has yet to contact me since Wednesday and me the same.

I wanted to get back into dating and I did with this girl..but now I want a break again even though it was a 2 month thing. It's just so much effort and weeding out process that I just hate being bothered with and that probably sounds selfish but right now that's how I feel..in 2-3 months I know I will change once I do some things on my own and want to date again.
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Old 10th February 2018, 3:31 PM   #20
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Brady to Moss,
I have a suggestion for you.

Why not pick up the phone and actually talk to girls in future?

What is all this texting rubbish?
I tried. And she wasn't open to it from the response I got.

Like the poster said above me I should have asked her given her anxiety and shyness if she liked talking on the phone off the bat


But about all this txting rubbish...75% of people I know hate being on the phone and my friends that are in relationships seem to rarely call each other..it's all txt

Smartphones...FB ECT created this and it will only stay the same and get worse.
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