How old are you, and what's your phone number?
No, just kidding. Thought some single girls on the board might be interested in that particular information. Anyways, welcome to the board! I look forward to hearing more from you... and will try to pass on some of my female insight as well.
**"I'm a different type of guy, intelligent, caring, understanding, open minded. Most of my best friends have always been of the opposite sex, you girls are much more interesting than a lot of men anyway."**
...a former Army Special Operations officer, with a past that includes a now deceased finance and a perchant for over the top prose intented to spread your doctrine far and wide, would you?
I'm just curious....Edited 9/28/2003 5:08:41 PM ET by gogobear
Fill with mingled cream and amber,I will drain that glass again.Such hilarious vis
Just trying to help.
I don't believe the demise of a relationship falls solely on one person's shoulders----it took two to get it started, it will take those same two to create an end.
Giving "your heart" to any one person is foolish...that means it's no longer yours to control and with it goes any rational thought. The basic premise of a healthy relationship is equality and sharing. "Giving" something completely to someone else does not set a foundation for such things.
I could sit her and lament all day long about how this guy or that guy treated me badly, but at the end of the day, the bottom line is that I allowed them to do so by looking at things via emotion instead of looking at them with the gray matter that I was given at birth.
So for me, NO, giving my heart to someone is definitely not a goal. Sharing my life with someone on equal footing is.