We have started dating and yet he is on my mind quite a bit and I have never felt this Shan before .. we are connected getting on so well and all I am thinking about is spending time with him asking him about his life and goals and being happy with him.
I’ve been talking to this guy I met online for almost a year now but he lives in another city to me. Just recently he came to my city and I thought he would ask me out on a date but he didn’t. Before we came he would hint that he wanted to meet up but nothing when he came. When he was in my city he didn’t even message me once. But as soon as he’s back I get constant messages from him. If he was a fboy he would’ve messaged me when he was here to hook up right ? I know he’s not catfish because I’ve seen his snapchat instagrams and other social media
Why does he show interest now that he’s far from me ?
I get anxiety on and off. I get really bad spells of it around 3-4 times a year. It’s so strange because when I don’t I’m really sociable and love to go out and be with friends, but when I am in a bad place (like now) I’m the opposite. My mindset flips and I don’t want to go out at all and I want to cancel all my plans and cry. It’s so frustrating because I want to live my happy life but it gets taken over by my anxiety. I just want to know if anyone relates to this at all? From what ive seen from experience people either suffer from anxiety all the time or not at all. Anyone else get spells of it like this??
I accidentally entered the wrong email address when placing an order online. Would any of my personal details be sent to that email?
People say if you become vegetarian, you shouldn’t go cold turkey and must remove meat slowly by portions and intervals of eating it, same with cutting out dairy or other food groups to avoid getting sick. But somebody told me there are some foods or food ingredients you should stop eating immediately, what are they? She said msg flavour enhancer is one of them.
I’m not sure where I first heard about it, but whenever I develop feelings for a friend, get rejected and want to remain friends afterwards, I always take a break from talking to them: cut contact and ignore them on social media and such. Give myself time to get over it and move on. It usually works out.
I forget how we got on the topic, but I discussed this with a friend and they found it weird: they’re a bit more of a “lady’s man” and more outgoing than I am. They said when they get rejected, they just suck it up and move on all within the same day. They find it weird that I need to take a break from talking.
While I guess some don’t need to take breaks, is it really so weird that I do?
Do other people do similar things when they get rejected??