Beyond l*** and old enough to know the difference.

I’ve known him for eight months. We went on two dates in that time and have spent the rest of it in some on-again, off-again pseudo online relationship. When he’s not there, online, texting me, whatever, I feel like I can’t breathe.

It’s so stupidly cliche and I know I’m setting the feminist movement back a couple decades, but I need this man in my life. I know he’s it. He’s the one.

There’s a fine line between telling someone you’re head-over-heels, crazy about them and willing to do anything in the entire world they want you to do in order to make them happy and being a stalker.

I’m trying so hard not to cross that line, but I know this is love. The beginnings of a crazy, I cannot stand the fact that you’re not sitting next to me right now, kind of love. It’s terrifying, scary, and amazing all at the same time.

I’ve never needed anyone or anything. I’ve been entirely independent and self-sufficient. I’ve never need a man to complete me.

If I don’t have him, I will suffocate. He doesn't respond to my texts as frequently anymore.

I think I’m in love.

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  • The difference between love and l*** is that love looks to give and l*** looks to take.You may think you know the differencebut its hard to tell. When you imagine your self in ten years what do you see? You making dinner for the family and him being grateful of him waiting on you hand and foot? Relanships are a two way road make sure you and him are both doing you part!

  • First of all,if you don't have him you won't suffocate or die!! And you had better get use to NOT having him, sounds like he won't be around much longer. WHY, because he is already tired of you.

  • I am in a similar situation. Fear not, you are not alone nor crazy.

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