Unrequited Love Sex

Does it happen?? Can someone be obsessed with someone long enough or intense enough that the other person is just like "ok, whatever, let's do this"? 'Cause trying to critically examine my life choices I'm pretty sure that's what I'm banking on.


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Maybe son

Jan 21, 2020 at 2:05am

You should tell them.
Instead of hoping and sending out your mind freak signals.
Might work out for you :)

this is a dangerous answer

Jan 21, 2020 at 9:34am

From a policy and common sense perspective, I would say no, never. Wishful thinking is a terrible basis for action. However, speaking personally, yes it worked. I was convinced by the other person's intensity that the relationship would somehow be a good idea. Of course, I was smoking a loooooot of pot at the time and I wound up being kind of a bad husband, but the fervent desire did have its intended effect. The question is, is this a situation that actually will work for you after you get what you want from the other person? You still have to have enough in common to make it work in the long run. Are you close friend material?


Jan 21, 2020 at 9:45am

If the guy gets married your chances are low.
If not, flirt away with him,drop hints,and see what happens.

Jiggy Jiggy

Jan 21, 2020 at 9:48am

I gave in to a friend in this way. I'd been hung up on the fact he wasn't my type. We're still together 23 years later. My husband would tell you that he never had any doubts.

I want a woman I know

Jan 21, 2020 at 10:35am

Or rather wanted her to tell me she wanted me. What that looked like and how she saw us moving forward after sex. Now though she has someone else for this and it's the same ol' same old story guy doesn't get woman he can not see life without. Oh well, I'll find something to fill my days I guess. I only ever wanted to know I mattered because when someone tells you, you do not it starts sticking like crazy glue. My parents did this to me and I ended up buying that whole bridge if you will. Now I must wear an invisible sign that says door mat.

It depends...

Jan 21, 2020 at 12:15pm

If a woman is obsessing on a man, it might succeed. If it's the other way around, not a chance.

@it depends

Jan 21, 2020 at 6:54pm

If only it were an obsession then it would have been a non issue long ago already. I'd have moved on so I'd back where I was before. It is love, pure in love, I'm glad she was able to pull apart the freaky connection we shared and now she is moving on. I truly want to send her a letter and have written many, but toss them all afterwards. I don't think the fact that I understand my mistakes too late. Means I should show her that I now know what you need now after she picks up and puts on in another spot, no that's unfair considering she is in a new relationship. Ours was platonic and we never got it out of that phase, my heart wants what's best for her and if I was what's best well than I'd be where this new guy is instead of back here in the clarity of regret. Good luck my friend you were so loved and still are I'll find away to redefine it somehow

Nope it doesn't work

Jan 23, 2020 at 8:15pm

Only stalkers frame it that way.

@Nope it doesn't work/OF course they do

Jan 24, 2020 at 12:16pm

If anyone would know it's a full time love dr like you. Hey you should get a show, it would be great everybody screaming Blanky blanky blanky ...blah blah blah. Cracked up, methed out red necks running around everywhere. Sounds like syndication to me.

Dr. Valentina

Jan 24, 2020 at 8:30pm

Rx: Know what it means to love yourself, and know without a doubt how immensely you are loved.

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