Guybrush wrote:Of course I don't mind, I welcome your advice. Though, my mind already knows that, it's just that you got used to some things, and it's hard to let go, that part is worrying.
But I'm trying to spend as much time as I can with friends, though, sometimes it's not helpful when you see a friends with his girlfriend, and you used to go out together, for instance. But yeah, I know what you mean. The hardest part is when you're alone at night. That's why I'm able to watch all the Warriors games even here, because I can't sleep at night, lol.
And, of course there are a lot of beautiful and nice women out there, it's just getting harder to find them, cause in my case, I think I'm gonna compare every single one of them to my ex, which is not fair, I know, but I guess it takes time. And you always have those flashbacks when you are thinking what wen wrong, and what changed so badly that someone who was your closest friend among other things changed opinion of you so drastically. Which is not the case, it just looks that way, because that person still has feelings for you, just trying not to show them.
This is definitely my thread. I wanted to write two sentences and I end up writing autobiography.
This is a good forum for all of us. Ya know, were all the same, man. I read this poem called Desiderata by Max Ehrman. Check it out. It really keeps me grounded and helps me to love everybody and understand everybody. it's like when Charlie Brown blew the basball game. He wanted to stay in bed all day the next day. But his pal Linus came over and reminded him that it's Ok by saying "Look, Charlie Brown, the sun still rises" or something like that. LOL