But the reason I say it is that it’s something I would have said years ago in an early relationship. The thing is, as I had more relationships –more falling in love and then eventually the break-up, more ups, more downs, more experience — my perspective changed and the way I was in relationships changed too… Sure, people get jaded by breakups, sometimes for a month, sometimes for several months (or longer), but the ups and the downs of relationships are both really good things.
Love is what breathes life into us and gives all living things this chance to be alive.
It’s the Energy of Love that binds The Uni-verse together.
The reality is that playing emotional detective usually only succeeds at doing one thing: Making the girl go absolutely crazy.
My suggestion is rather than trying to “solve the mystery”, assume that things are the way you want them to be. Worrying what the other person thinks usually just creeps them out…
When you Love someone, it’s always from a place of overflow rather than lack.
Respecting someone’s free will can be both devastating AND truly rewarding.
When I was in my early 20’s, I met a gorgeous guy in a bar. The problem with having someone lead you on, or leading someone on, is that it messes with your ability to find a real connection with someone where you are both actually interested in each other.
He bought me a drink and flirted with me all night long. Engaging in a “leading on” situation, regardless of which side of it you’re on, will always leave you a little unfulfilled, because it’s not possible to get everything you want from that particular person.
But deeper than that, what you’re hoping is for me to confirm that I see things the way you want them to be – “he loves me, he loves me not, he loves me, etc.” You ever play those games? It’s a sense that you don’t really believe that it could be true, but you really want it to be.