Sounds like a horrible idea. If you do, make sure you take yourself a big box of tissues.
And a big spoon to eat it right out of the 1/2 gallon container.
The biggest container you can find, then :)
No. The bigger question is why would you love someone who rejects you like that?
All I can say is that I don't understand how someone can love a person who doesn't love them.
I'm really sorry that you are dealing with this. I hope you can someday find someone who wants to be with you as much as you want to be with him.
Sounds like you are setting yourself up to be hurt then.. Why do it?
If that's how he wants it to be, maybe there is a reason for that. If you have an address you could send a postcard.
Now we are getting somewhere.. You are being punished or ignored deliberately. So unless you wish to make a bad situation worse, leave him alone. Having said that, I would consider that there was something wrong with a relationship if I found myself being treated that way and think carefully whether it needed to be continued at all. It doesn't sound healthy, no matter how this came to be.
Does he need you also in the same way? I wish you the best.
a midnight train going anywhere?
Well if won't approve or want you there, why go?
you already know the outcome of not taking it so take it and try something different, you know you're destination but you never know your journey ^^
Why would you even consider doing that to yourself? You love rejection?
please stop doing that. You deserve better
It kills whatever self esteem you have left girl. Grow some ovaries and demand to be treated with respect and love. It's a choice
It's inside you. It's inside all of us. You apparently think you are not worth s.h.i.t and it's ok for idiots to treat you badly.
Once you acknowledge that...you can change it
Well sounds like he is an ***. Move on.
Yeah but I am sure you can do better and he doesn't sound like he appreciates you. Sounds more like he likes to use you. Punt.
You can choose who you love. It's actually very easy.
but we DO choose how we will be treated