Other than family or significant others have you ever met someone and had an immediate bond?
You know, it's when you look at each other and can see straight through to there very soul or feel like you've known them for a life time. It doesn't matter if they're 5 or 85 it's just that connection that you never want to end no matter how scary the feeling is. What happened after you met did you stay friends, lose touch?
Yes I met a lady at the gym that I connected with immediately. We told each other about our lives etc. She is 70 and I am 37 but we get along great!
yes, it happens a lot! Some stay friends and some were met on the way while traveling....where a simple hi turns into hours of conversation. It's instant "like" and it's so nice! I love it when I connect with someone immediately
Lots of times. I don't find it hard to talk to people I meet. I often start the conversation by commenting on something I like about them. From there, if they are interested in talking, it's not hard to find things we have in common. Out of all the people I give a little conversation to, it's likely a few will have a lot in common with me.
Yes, one of my best friends. We've known each other years now. I'm fussy about who I'm friends with so when it does happen its great.
What's actually funny is, some of our views and attitudes are very different but I wouldn't change her
Yes a very good friend of mine I met about 11 years ago and we are still very good friends, we feel as though we are soul mates.
Yes. I have a fair number of friends who fit exactly that description. Some are still in my life, others have moved on after imparting important life lessons. They bring me peace and hope.
Yeah,this happen with me sometimes.I feel that I know the person and can get along very well.This feeling makes me talk to the person and most of the time I become good freinds.Some our still in my life.
by Stu 6 years ago
I have always wondered how people cope with their significant other remaining very good friends with one of their exes? Thoughts?
by Marc Lee 2 years ago
How do you feel about dating a significant others with kids? Do you have a limit to how many?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 20 months ago
When was your first impression of someone you met for the first time totally wrong?
by daskittlez69 5 years ago
How many people do you know that met their spouses or significant other through online dating sites?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
The subject of unconditional love is quite an elusive one. It has been stated that parents and significant others are supposed to accept and love us unconditionally. This is what good and loving parents and significant others do......... Well, in actuality...
by ElSeductor 5 years ago
How much of a significant other's problems should become your problem? Where do you draw the line? Do you draw a line?
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