Date: 2018-01-10 06:17
But unlike Kim, Kourtney, and Khloé, Kylie says she hopes to have a short stay in the spotlight. “They started later than me,” she says, “but I just know that this life isn’t for me forever.”
(Perhaps we ve talked about serious things, what we want from life too many times as well. Perhaps this has complicated the chances of a complete, you only live once type fling from happening. I tend to talk/over think too much, rather than just making moves)
In 65 years I can t imagine him still loving me or my body for that matter the way he says he does now. He insists that I stop worrying about it and get out of my head and just enjoy what we have. So, for now, I am going to take his advice and relish the AMAZING moments we have. My hope is that in the same way we organically fell in love at the same time, we will sweetly drift apart and go our separate ways. Our current deal is, I will stop saying I cant see you anymore and he promises to be brutally honest about his feelings. In this we feel safe.
Thanks for sharing your story. Out of all the comments on here, yours must be the biggest age difference. This must be a very special experience for both you and the guy, regardless of the final outcome, and something to remember.
I really do hope not all middle eastern men are like this. Even my dad, while a great provider, hard worker, and loyal man, can get angry like an emotionally coddled child sometimes.
I see no issue with our age difference, men have been dating and marrying women far for many generations. Perhaps it s time we opened ourselves up to the same.
Yeah, when you think about the idea of 8775 The One, 8776 you realize how weird it is. It 8767 s like intentionally limiting yourself and setting yourself up for disappointment.
Oops, I suppose I made a joke already, so I MUST be insecure lol (come on, joking is fun and healthy you would have to be boring and/ or extremely unpleasant to be around if you can 8767 t laugh at yourself, as well as the world).
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