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As she handed us our coffees, she said, “So, I just wanted to announce something.” “I realized last night that—that sometimes a situation isn’t worth an emotional reaction,” she began.
One night, I found my college roommate—let’s call her Chelsea—sitting on the kitchen floor with a gallon of ice cream, utterly tear-stricken.Like I experienced a year prior, I could tell that Chelsea felt a veil was lifted—like suddenly it all made sense. So, if you ever find yourself dating someone who makes you feel like you’ve taken a crazy pill, take a step back.You don’t have to dissect every detail; you can just let yourself accept that he’s not for you. SEENITTOO If you’re Facebook friends, why can’t you just send a FB message saying, “Hey, i got a match with you on bumble! ” They can then initiate if interested, or leave it alone. JACQUISMITH When you are using an app where you have to message first but don’t, you are sending a clear indication that you are not interested. They may have other ways to contact you but why would they in this case? JT2499 “Ideally, I would like them to reach out to me.” You’re on the wrong app. Stop hiding behind outdated notions of “the guy has to initiate everything.” You have agency, exercise it already. Reading your letter makes me thinks all this social media is an excuse to appear involved when in reality, you’re hiding.You deserve a fcking phone call.” ― Greg Behrendt “I'm about to make a wild, extreme and severe relationship rule: the word busy is a load of crap and is most often used by assholes. Ron made a noise that might have indicated jubilation or disgust, it was hard to tell."Because she was crying," Harry continued heavily."Oh," said Ron, his smile faded slightly. ""Dunno," said Harry, who hadn't considered this, and immediately felt rather worried.
The word "busy" is the relationship Weapon of Mass Destruction.
“So, I think from now on—any time a guy makes us feel like we’re inadequate, or utterly bewildered, we should just let him go his own way.”what I said, let alone make a caffeinated toast to it.
She then sat down, revealed more coherent details of the night before—and explained that for so much of her life, she had gotten confidence from how men found her attractive.
Simple but poignant, it became my way to weed out the immature, the manipulative, the cocky, the close-minded—and, most importantly, the emotionally unavailable.
By quietly applying this little phrase to my dating life, I realized a world of difference. I was more relaxed, more composed, and more myself—and far more willing to let bygones be bygones.
And, instead of letting a relationship naturally unfold, she would work for it. And the guys, whether consciously or not, took advantage of it—or ran from it.