Lonely

Sexual Innuendo

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Have you ever felt so lonely, you just didn’t even know if you could make it out of bed? That even masturbation lost its appeal? That you just wanted to curl up in a ball and cease to exist? I sure have.  Loneliness has been a continuous theme throughout my life. Even as a child, I felt isolated a lot of the time. It has always ebbed and flowed though, and I think it always will. It can be a companion at times, that even if you have no one, you always have your own misery and self-pity. It is a slippery slope to further mental health downfalls, which lets depression, harm and extreme doubt sneak into your life. I have actively been trying to avoid negativity in my life, and don’t want to fall into those dark patterns. How can one stay positive amongst all the negative though?

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When Someone gaze at you ardently

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When Someone gaze at you ardently, Tilt and smile diffidently it is sure an ecstatic moments for us, Consensual behaviours are usually involuntary or reflex. It not easy admitting ones love feelings to the other; I myself is in the same shoe presently.

‘I hate to Love and Loose’
but if you don’t tell that person how you feel about them soon you’ll be buying yourself a Ticket to the friend zone forever Read Crush and Attraction,

Things that Hold us Back

1. Fear of Approach

2. Fear of Rejection

We may be so close or not that we don’t have the, permit me to use the word effrontery, telling this person about our feelings because we imagine it might hurt, off or they turn us down. And this the part we are so insecure about Loosing the Friendship.

When you think awkwardly about yourself you are also sending signals…

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Listening To Advice vs Making (and Learning From) Your Own Mistakes

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When I picked up Dolly Alderton’s Everything I Know About Love back in February, I sort of wished I had found this book, or something similar, about 15 years earlier. Or I wish older people, and society in general, had advised us better when we were kids, especially when in relation to things of a romantic nature. Naturally, as we grow up, we make mistakes. Some of us, more so than others. However, sometimes it’s necessary for us to make these mistakes in order to learn. So knowing when to take advice and when to just go ahead, do your thing and risk making an epic mistake, is tough, especially when it comes to human relationships.

Earlier this week I got into a bit of debate with one of our loyal readers, BklynBoy59 who wrote an excellent post for us titled 5 Things I Wish I’d Known About Love at…

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