Do I need to change how I portray myself online/in real life? We hit it off and began dating without calling each other “boyfriend/girlfriend”. She said I was everything she looked for in a partner. Don’t give your heart away so easily to people who don’t deserve it. A few minutes later my girlfriend is on top of John fucking him. This went on for about 45 minutes until we all passed out and went to bed.
Out of nowhere she began acting distant, unaffectionate, and then just texted me “this isn’t going to work out.” We only dated for a month and a half, but I met her family, her friends and I began to open up to her and trust her. I thought we would begin to actually date one another, but I guess that’s not the case. Be careful I'm (M24) from Jamaica, and a friend of mine who was in the states for months told me trying to date is way different here than it is there. Even when his drawer is filled with new ones, he can use more. A few hours later, in the middle of the night me and Julia heard my girlfriend and John in the other room fucking with the door locked.
Their prize is a week-long trip to France on their blind date.
He said that it could be viewed as assault, as the girl ”the girl might not want to talk to you" is that true? If a girl doesn't like you she'll let you know or you might get a number that isn't let's say... Even getting rejected, to realize that it isn't a big deal. Sometimes I say absolute shit and look like an idiot. The next morning, my girlfriend and John were in the shower going at it again. We didn’t talk about it afterwards and I’m not upset at the situation but I definitely feel like some boundaries were crossed once my girlfriend and friend began to fuck in another room with the door locked.
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I don't regret any of my past relationships, and I enjoy being an emotional rock.
However, I feel guilty when I share my own problems or concerns with my dating partners because I feel like its unfair to make them listen to/help me with my problems when they have so much else they're worried about.