Love, But Not “In Love”

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  1. KTPpdx says:

    Wish my ex read this :p

    • stilllearning2b says:

      🙂 I hear you! I wish my ex had read a lot of things!

      • KTPpdx says:

        There should be a manual.. lol
        Hey — would love to get your thoughts on my recent post titled “On Dating: When is it Time?”. Could use your advice!

        • stilllearning2b says:

          I relate to a lot of what you said. I personally jumped back in, partly to keep myself from overthinking it (which I’m a pro at). But there are downsides to that, which you did a great job identifying.

          Here’s what stands out- you mentioned the effort inherent in dating. When that doesn’t seem so daunting and you begin to gain energy from encounters, it’s a great sign you’re ready to actively pursue it. Until then, keep an open mind and pursue those things that bring you joy and fulfillment.

          And could I hit my ex over the head with this manual? 🤣

          • KTPpdx says:

            Thanks for the advice, makes sense. I want the the payoff of the steady relationship, but the work required to get there kind of seems like a hassle right now. So I’ll wait 🙂
            And yes, I’ll send the manual to you after I give mine a good bop with it :p

  2. This is Perfect! Thank you for sharing! <3

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