Yes, I did, and no, I don't think it helped with anything. By the time I got to the age that I started to 'notice' boys I stopped hanging out with them so I didn't get any insights that may have helped later. I just learned how to burn insects with the sun and how to blow up things with firecrackers. I'm hoping I will never need this information in my marriage.
This is good to know! lol
Ya know what? This is a sick question, ok?
You're the one that read it that way.
hahaha, that didn't enter my mind till I read what you said, ewwwwh.
I get it, but at first glance it lookedlike you were intimating something else.
I grew up with a lot of boys. To not get picked on by them I had to learn to fight. As we got older the feelings began to change, I cried when my best friend (a male) asked me out, I was confused and late at getting on to the dating scene. I think there is nothing wrong with it, I mean I got to understand a male's point of view, how they are fix it creatures not one to comfort as much as I would like one to (lol) but the downside is, that I am quite difficult to date, I seem to throw challenges at them because this gives a thrill and a chase, but also I am competitive so I usually lose them but win a empty victory. My failure :)
Wow thank you for your input, this is amazingly accurate, I am an observer, I do have memories about witnessing 'Man to a boy, giving hard advices or harsh sentencing, ridicule, humiliation being put on these young boys for experiencing emotions which was labelled as a 'sissy, girlie and more' being the youngest I carried a lot of their emotions for them, I did a lot of crying for them and anger too (lol). Also I've had to quietly let them vent, breakdown and cry, they know I won't speak of it to anyone but they needed to feel safe unloading knowing that I understand then once they let it out they put their 'warrior' suit back on and go back to their 'war like' zone world. To me that is some amazing strength being brought up in a emotionally controlled society but it is also sad, because the man that looks arrogant and cold? I remember him as a boy, sharing his thoughts, his ambitions his hopes his dreams, but to be accepted as a man as he got older? He had to be what society dictates what 'Man' is. When you mentioned about being an emotional being and surviving all types of manipulation from other girls, this is very true. I understand there was a learning experience here for me, for her(s) it was warming up in my primary years, it become a rollercoaster ride in my teenages years, it became a survival in my twenties, it is now understanding in my thirties :) Thank you so much for your comment it meant a lot...You also made me look at my own situation as an opportunity to create something out of what I honestly thought was failure.
No, because if a boy came over he would be scared to come back...familes..-.-<br />
so no and no
Yeah lets just say my brothers didn't like boys around me
When i was in preschool pretty much all my friends were guys xD and i have no idea.. i guess ? :p
I was a bit of a tomboy so yes I did. I can't say that it helped or hurt love relationships in the future.