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Re: Been there (from a woman's perspective)...
 
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Re: Been there (from a woman's perspective)...


Thanks you guys for all your help I really do appreciate it. She has been making excuses occaisionally to stop be and see me, ("I needed to grab a book" or "...a pair of jeans") even though we're supposed to be on break and I always become a nervous wreck. I agree with Thinker that I need to sever ties with her but thats kinda hard to do considering we're in the same group of friends, not to mention she left some of her most important items at my place including a file cabinet and a collection of memorabilia. One of the biggest reasons that I may have been so pessimistic around her is because I had a plan as to what I wanted in my future (career)and I was having a rough time catching a break when it came to a job. I was stuck in a position that I didn't like (FootLocker manager) and it always made me stressed out and tired, almost to the point that I rarely felt like doing anything except just wanting to relax. She was lucky enough that she had something she really liked to do, so I don't think she really understood. As far as my personality is concerned, I had been single and a virgin until I was 21. So I had plenty of time to really think about just what type of person I wanted to be with. I am the type of guy who wants to settle down with someone for a little while, maybe eventually marriage, and has a lot of love, understanding, generousity, and affection for who ever she happens to be. I am definitely at a point where I dont want to be alone and she was all the things I wanted, but I guess that she had the kind of personality that she took everyone else's problems onto herself and tries to make them better. Not surprising seeing as how she wants to be a nurse. She did help me a lot, maybe too much, but I helped her out too through many things. I'm gonna miss her so much. :-( I hope some day I get her back or find someone like her.
 

 
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