(Quote) MaryAlice-97161 said: (Quote) Cindy-534370 said: (Quote) Jacqueline-198 said:
(Quote) MaryAlice-97161 said:
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There is nothing scarier than speaking to a gent that has NO outside interests or real friends, it makes one ponder why and how will he percieve a possible relationship to be. I once dated a gent who had no outside interests and expected me to become his whole world, it becomes very suffociating. I believe it's healthy for both men and women to have their own interests even if they are in a relationship, as long as they don't allow those same interest to eat up all their time and then they neglect their romantic relationship.
Yeap, so true! Been there and done that.
Agreed ... I've met a few men who have no other interests than their job and what's for dinner that evening
When I became their only interest, it was very suffocating and confining ... not a fun place to be!
It is not good to be with somebody who is so possessive and jealous of every move you make and when you can't even have friends not even your own family. Being a paper doll is not living your life to the fullest.
People don't think enough about being a person, who has talents, wants, desires to accomplish something for who they are, we must allow each person to live freely of who they are, not for who they will be for another, as a woman to man, the man wants a woman for himself, to do and care for him, to be at his service, as though he is King Xeres, to be there at his command only. This is not love.
Love is two people in love ,they do not stunt the growth of the other, or each other, rather they want each other to do all they want to do, and of course we all have to live within our means, that is reality.
The passions of one should be accepted and supported, as long as they are good and right, just the same as how you love your children and you want the best for them, and will support them, it is the same with a man and woman.