hello, Thatsmystyle77,<br />
... do you like being their "friend for benefits" ?<br />
......... do you get "benefits" too ?<br />
................. or is it all one sided ?<br />
if you feel used, you could try saying "no" to them, not giving them what they want<br />
if they get angry or drop out of your life, then they are not your friends, they are just using you..... then you know the truth and can start to find better friends.<br />
just some points for you to think about.<br />
respect, from robbie
then u r getting selfish help others u get return everything what u serve
hello - thank you for being so welcoming........ do you enjoy their company? friendships are rarely exactly equal, there is always a cost, always a benefit, emotionally, psychologically or financially. at some point you have to decide if it is what you want.
hello, memory35grt .... not sure if your reply was meant for me or Thatsmystyle77? respect, from robbie
maybe you just found the wrong friends, just let go and move on, the right ones will appear when you are ready to see them.
i'm not sure... i'll wait to see if i get a reply from memory35grt.
thank you for the b.a. ;-))
You can always just say no. There is something to be said for quality over quantity.
You should have a beer
At your age most people would enjoy the benefits wouldn't they? You aren't married are you?
Tough one. Not dishing out the money will probably give you a good idea of who really likes you as a person.
Can you pole dance ?
Thats a good thing.
In the str ip clubs the ladies dance on a shiny pole. You know ?
its just a s exy thik to do for someone. get it. Fringe benifits..
Just a joke, funny. Cheers.
People can't use you unless you let yourself be used.
**** em! If that's all they want from you then they sound like as*holes anyway. There are literally millions of people out there that want nothing from their friends except company and laughs. Don't settle for anything less.
Maybe you're looking the wrong places? Idunno what your situation is, but I promise like 99% of people out there are grateful for any friendships they make and wouldn't abuse them. Just look for a group of people who seem laid back and cool and introduce yourself...It really can be that easy.
I met some of my besties in college. Don't go for the dorm scum. Go for the people in your tutorials and lectures, people who you have something in common with and can do things besides getting maggot and trashed. And that probably sounds uncool, but if you start your friendships off with boring **** like discussing essays or whatever, by the time you hit the bar they're not going to look at you as just a possible bed buddy.
Christ. What kind of college did you go to? Just ignore that b/s. People will forget. If you're fun and chilled, no guys are going to turn away your company.
I don't know the story, so I can't really help much sorry. Hope it gets easier though xoxo