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star gazing thanked Corey The Goofyhawk's answer

I'll usually download and extract the audio from YouTube for the song. I'll listen to it a few times then buy the actual song from Amazon if I really like it. That's what YouTube is for afterall, I'm just taking it to the next level. Nice rationalizing right, lol.

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star gazing thanked Pepper pot's answer

You need some more eggs in your basket. Make a diary and then fill it with things to do. Go out to different places and meet new people. Do these things despite how you are feeling, sometimes a change of circumstances is what we need to free ourselves.

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star gazing thanked Bikergirl Anonymous' answer

There is no such thing as a 'quick fix' in matters of the heart.  Wounds take time to heal .. And heal at at their own pace. Each wound differs from the next .. No two are exactly alike.


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star gazing thanked Tiger Paws' answer

You did this to yourself. Now stop the obsession with this woman. All she wanted was to be friends you have to learn the how to be friends first.

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star gazing thanked Gator Blu's answer

Everyone is different so we cannot tell you how long it will take. To help getting over it. Get out and do things you like to do.  Meet with friends. Take walks.

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star gazing thanked The Z.'s answer

You need to lighten up, UH. You have to be a friend to have friends. Obsessing over others liking you as much as you think you like them is (from the general tenor of your questions) handicapping your ability to participate effectively in social relations. Why can't you just allow someone to be a friendly … Read more

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star gazing thanked Pepper pot's answer

I'm gathering it is your car.  If you are heading home for sex, then I guess you are not emotionally invested in this relationship. Apparently expecting him to look at your car isn't part of the deal. Sounds like you need to decide what this relationship is. Is it just for sex? Is it for … Read more

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star gazing thanked Dark Majinn's answer

Who's car is it? Do you both use it equally regardless of who owns it?

So in a relationship it is not uncommon to "Share responsibilities". Even if one were to divide up the responsibilities a couple has, if a surge in work that demands additional time, might be cause to shift the divided responsibilities to … Read more