Is there a such thing as 'being real' anymore? Why lead someone on when you know you're really not into them. After years of experience I've come to realize that if people would just be straight up and let a person know what their true intentions are, there would be less heart break and wasted time. If you're not looking for a committed long term relationship with ONE person then don't say so just to earn points. JUST BE REAL. If two people are on the same page and establish an undertanding in the beginning it'll make the relationship/friendship a lot easier on the heart. Are my expectations too high? I'm told they are. Is it too much for me to ask for HONESTY, RESPECT, KINDNESS, LOYALTY, TIME & PRODUCTIVE CONVERSATION, and maybe some FLOWERS AND CANDY(lol) every now and then. Is that too much? Maybe so, but i refuse to settle for less because I know I can give just what I'm asking to receive. Until HE SENDS...MR 4REAL..I'M DOING ME
by pioneer_writer58 years ago
In a relationship does the person who cares less has the most power?
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by Dawn Michael5 years ago
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by Dray Chukis6 years ago
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by ixwa8 years ago
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