A year and a half i've loved and cared for my bf so much i know i wont find anyone like him ever he's my baby.
then started a new job and my gosh there's a guy who is the most facinating creature, physically and mentally , i just want to kiss him. he say's he likes me alot and knows i don't want to cheat on my bf so he's dissapointed but the more i talk to him at work the more i like him and just want to...yeah!
i know that with my bf i would have the comfort of being with someone i love so much but with the guy at work it would be fun filled adventure as he loves travelling and partying in london and every hobby and interest i like but my bf doesn't.
and i'm already feeling really guilty about last week when my gay male friend took me out for a drink and i ended up so drunk i aparently got on 3 guys and when i got back to my friends house (was to drunk to walk home) he stripped me to get into bed and he started kissing me and asking if i wanted sex . we didn't do anything because i was saying i love my bf and no and i know he's gay and hell it would ruin the friendship which i think has been done as he avoided walking home with me and talking to me as much!
now this has been a very f**ked up week for me so what would anyone else do in either of the situations? should i still go out partying and going adventures with my mate from work or will it end up like a drunken night with my gay friend.
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29-09-2005 01:16 AM #1
i love my bf but temptation is strong!Experience is the best teacher!
29-09-2005 07:21 AM #2Miffy Guest
There are only two decent things to do in this situation.
1. Avoid being alone with this bloke from work, or
2. Finish things with your bf before doing anything else.
And your mate isn't gay if he's trying to have sex with you, is he? Bisexual more like.
Last edited by Miffy; 29-09-2005 at 12:08 PM.
29-09-2005 11:15 AM #3
I think that you know in your own mind that you cant be trusted with this bloke fromwork at the minute. By all means, dont beat yourself up over it, we're only human and temptation is natural, its just how you react to it. Personally, i wouldnt risk a year and a halfs worth of serious loving relationship for what is in the end a simple infatuation. We meet people like these all the time in serious relationships, its just hwo the world turns....i dont think theres anyone who hasnt met someone "perfect" whilst in a long term relationship.
Btw, your "Gay" friend sounds a bit dodgy....maybe you might want to have a word with him about his actions there..."This little thing we call failure is not the falling down but the staying down"
29-09-2005 11:25 AM #4
I think you need to take time out from everyone just so that you can figure out what you want, you need to step back to see what or who your heart really craves for.
other then that I agree with Miffy.
29-09-2005 02:26 PM #5Originally Posted by MiffyWhen my crowd doesn't like my style, I change my crowd, not my style!
29-09-2005 02:39 PM #6Miffy GuestOriginally Posted by ~kaz~
29-09-2005 05:37 PM #7
exactly, personally i wouldn't risk a good relationship for some hot guy at work. You'll only beat yourself up more if you do anything. And the truth is, you can't have both.“In the end we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught.”
29-09-2005 06:17 PM #8
grass is greener syndrome.
if you were with this fun, adventurous work guy, you'd probably look at other men and wish mr. high octane were a little more reliable and affectionate.
if you want to go round testing the waters of all these different guys, that's fine. but the decent thing would be to leave you boyfriend first.
30-09-2005 07:33 PM #9Originally Posted by kaffrin"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."