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Be yourself + take care of your hygiene + avoid being awkward + Courage = Success.

If I was better at math, I would apply the Heisenberg uncertainty principle in that equation.

 

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Hooked up with my unicorn tonight.

 

I should probably sort things out with my ex, but after that I see a very awesome relationship on the horizon. First time I've legitimately like a girl in a very long time. Feels good gentlemen.

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Be yourself + take care of your hygiene + avoid being awkward + Courage = Success.

 

So, so, so much easier said than done.

 

HOW TO : Be yourself Dont try to act and don't lie, Take care of your htgiene Take shower everyday and use shower gel shampoo etc, Avoid being awkward Avoid talking about video games or your sexual fantasies, anything useless shit, Courage Drink a couple beers. Might not be the best advice but theres a chance it will work. ;)

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Be yourself + take care of your hygiene + avoid being awkward + Courage = Success.

 

So, so, so much easier said than done.

 

HOW TO : Be yourself Dont try to act and don't lie, Take care of your htgiene Take shower everyday and use shower gel shampoo etc, Avoid being awkward Avoid talking about video games or your sexual fantasies, anything useless shit, Courage Drink a couple beers. Might not be the best advice but theres a chance it will work. ;)

 

99% of my conversations with my ex were about sexual fantasy.

 

your point is invalid.

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Well right off the bat jumping into sexual fantasy might be a bit much for some girls. Later on it's fine though.

 

But tbh, "be yourself" and "avoid talking about video games" seem to be a bit of a contradiction :P

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Well right off the bat jumping into sexual fantasy might be a bit much for some girls. Later on it's fine though.

 

But tbh, "be yourself" and "avoid talking about video games" seem to be a bit of a contradiction :P

 

there's also that.

 

 

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How does one tell their para-suicidal bipolar ex-girlfriend that's still in love with them that they are interested in having a relationship with someone else? I'm kind of scared for both her life, and my ex's life lol

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Well right off the bat jumping into sexual fantasy might be a bit much for some girls. Later on it's fine though.

 

But tbh, "be yourself" and "avoid talking about video games" seem to be a bit of a contradiction :P

 

there's also that.

 

 

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How does one tell their para-suicidal bipolar ex-girlfriend that's still in love with them that they are interested in having a relationship with someone else? I'm kind of scared for both her life, and my ex's life lol

Is it necessary that you tell her? I mean don't lie and say that you're not but do you really have to report back to her?

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Also "be yourself" is just bad advice anyway. Everyone behaves differently in different situations, and it can discourage self improvement.

 

You shouldn't pretend to be somebody you aren't if you want something long term, but "i don't need to improve my physique/dress well/stop being an insecure needy wuss/get off the computer because I want a girl who likes me for who I am" isn't healthy either.

 

You should be your "best self" which is completely different.

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Well right off the bat jumping into sexual fantasy might be a bit much for some girls. Later on it's fine though.

 

But tbh, "be yourself" and "avoid talking about video games" seem to be a bit of a contradiction :P

 

there's also that.

 

 

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How does one tell their para-suicidal bipolar ex-girlfriend that's still in love with them that they are interested in having a relationship with someone else? I'm kind of scared for both her life, and my ex's life lol

Is it necessary that you tell her? I mean don't lie and say that you're not but do you really have to report back to her?

 

I probably should, I can only imagine it being worse if I don't. My new girl is friend's with her best friend, and my ex is all up in my facebook/tumblr/deviantart. She's no idiot, lol

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I probably should, I can only imagine it being worse if I don't. My new girl is friend's with her best friend, and my ex is all up in my facebook/tumblr/deviantart. She's no idiot, lol

I guess I just kind of feel like it's not her business and you can't keep holding her hand and catering to her for the rest of your life.

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Not a answer I like, but it might be the right one :/

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Why do you even bother worrying about her, RPG? If she's a friend, then she has nothing to worry over your relationships. If she's just an ex, then, stop talking to her. If she's crazy...well I'll stay far back as I can.

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Why do you even bother worrying about her, RPG? If she's a friend, then she has nothing to worry over your relationships. If she's just an ex, then, stop talking to her. If she's crazy...well I'll stay far back as I can.

 

I still care about her, crazy or not, stupid as it might sound. She was a huge part of my life after all

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Why do you even bother worrying about her, RPG? If she's a friend, then she has nothing to worry over your relationships. If she's just an ex, then, stop talking to her. If she's crazy...well I'll stay far back as I can.

 

I still care about her, crazy or not, stupid as it might sound. She was a huge part of my life after all

 

You yourself have told many not to be stuck on one-itis, you're doing it now with your cheating, insane ex girlfriend.

 

I can tell you first hand if you keep attached to her like that, it will destroy you on the inside. You say you've moved on; then forget your Ex. you're new life should not and does not concern her.

 

Yeah, my Ex was a huge part of my life too, I lost my virginity to her, but if I kept on thinking about it (longer then I already did), I'd NEVER be able to move on and NEVER be able to meet someone else because I'd always be thinking "what if she gets upset, what if she doesn't approve?" and in turn would destroy any relationship I would be in.

 

There's a little saying: "Life's a [bleep]. If it's easy, then you're doing it wrong."

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Why do you even bother worrying about her, RPG? If she's a friend, then she has nothing to worry over your relationships. If she's just an ex, then, stop talking to her. If she's crazy...well I'll stay far back as I can.

 

I still care about her, crazy or not, stupid as it might sound. She was a huge part of my life after all

Fair enough, but you also can't mend your life around her neither. Get with this girl, if your ex can't handle it, there's nothing you can do.

 

There's a little saying: "Life's a [bleep]. If it's easy, then you're doing it wrong."

I suspect if its easy you're doing it right.

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Why do you even bother worrying about her, RPG? If she's a friend, then she has nothing to worry over your relationships. If she's just an ex, then, stop talking to her. If she's crazy...well I'll stay far back as I can.

 

I still care about her, crazy or not, stupid as it might sound. She was a huge part of my life after all

 

You yourself have told many not to be stuck on one-itis, you're doing it now with your cheating, insane ex girlfriend.

 

I can tell you first hand if you keep attached to her like that, it will destroy you on the inside. You say you've moved on; then forget your Ex. you're new life should not and does not concern her.

 

Yeah, my Ex was a huge part of my life too, I lost my virginity to her, but if I kept on thinking about it (longer then I already did), I'd NEVER be able to move on and NEVER be able to meet someone else because I'd always be thinking "what if she gets upset, what if she doesn't approve?" and in turn would destroy any relationship I would be in.

 

There's a little saying: "Life's a [bleep]. If it's easy, then you're doing it wrong."

 

Well, let's just say my advice comes from experience of not following my own teachings haha. While it sounds hypocritical, I feel at the very least I lead an example of what /not/ to do post-break up. I'm thinking I'm gonna tell my ex how it is, and hope she doesn't try to kill anyone again. Which is what landed her in the mental hospital last time. Yeah. That was a fun night.

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She was a minor and the guy she tried to kill didn't want to deal with court stuff cause he's equally as [bleep]ed up. But I don't like to talk about that

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Dear all-mighty relationship gods,

 

I have a problem. But before I can tell you that story, I have to tell you this one . . .

 

My name is Andrew. I go to an extremely small school (300 students for 6-12). I am a bookish, fairly popular kid, but I only joined this school my freshman year. The school used to be K-12, but just over the summer they cut the elementary program. This means most of the students were at this school for a fairly long time. There is a big focus on community, so everyone is at least aquatinted with everyone else. On the whole, it's a very welcoming place.

 

The problem lies here: in my (relatively) small group of close friends, which means, four or five people, there is a girl I am convinced I am in love with.

 

Now, I understand, high school love is stupid, when I'm older, I won't care, blah blah blah. But I am extremely inexperienced in romantic situations. Hell, I only became socially adequate last year. And I swear, she is the only person I've ever met who I felt this way for.

 

The real problem is, in such a small school, word travels faster than sound. I don't want my social life in tatters already. Also, she is one of my few close friends, and, knowing me, I would screw up my first relationship so badly that we couldn't talk anymore. She has already had several bad relationships, and I don't want to be another regret for her. Will someone please tell me my fears are unbased?

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You're thinking too hard. If you like her, talk to her and try to work something out. Don't worry about being another bad relationship for her. Some work, some don't, and a lot of times there's nothing you can really do about it. If you worry about messing things up and doing the wrong thing you're going to drive yourself crazy to the point where you do do something wrong. Relax and be cool about it.

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You're thinking too hard. If you like her, talk to her and try to work something out. Don't worry about being another bad relationship for her. Some work, some don't, and a lot of times there's nothing you can really do about it. If you worry about messing things up and doing the wrong thing you're going to drive yourself crazy to the point where you do do something wrong. Relax and be cool about it.

It's easier said than done, but he has a point. Love is not a science, and if you over think it, your just going to drive yourself insane.

 

I went to a small school during my last few years, where just about everyone else had known each other since forever. Dating wasn't common, but I think that was mostly because it was small enough that people just weren't interested in each other that way. Also, just about everyone had friends in other schools, so several people were already in relationships with people outside their school peer group.

 

But I would say go for it. Just don't go into things worrying about what is going to happen if you two break up. I'd say that's a fairly sure way to make sure the bottom does drop out of your relationship. The other thing, is that if your worried about making this another bad relationship for her, that's a pretty good sign that you won't. The kind of people who turn relationships really bad don't care enough to worry about things like that. The other thing I will point out, if your worried about the friendship, is that if you have feelings for her and never pursue them, you will go nuts, and eventually your going to lose the ability to hide it, and when that happens your friendship will probably end. You don't want to torture yourself by hiding your feelings, and you don't want to go down the road of what could have been. The sooner you act, the better your chances are.

 

Good luck :)

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