The Term "fcuk Buddy". Does It Lead To More??

I was married for only a year when I met this woman. We both had difficulties with our spouses. We started to meet and have sex off and on for about eight years. I know that I have some feelings for her but she recently lost her husband in Iraq. I'm no longer married and have been thinking of pursuing her. But the question still remains: Does sex lead to love?

GhostRyder00 GhostRyder00
31-35, M
16 Responses Feb 24, 2010

You know about the physical attraction, but you have to find out if there is anything more. A relationship is more than just sex. So you can keep it as sex or try dating.

Yep!!

Well get off ep now & get busy!

Sure did for me and my wife - we both divorced our respective spouses, married each other 25 years ago and never looked back.

Love isn't something you can turn on & off. I think the question is "do you like her?" Is she someone you can spend time with and time seems endless. It may take weeks, months even years to evolve into a love relationship. I think you have to like someone, really like someone before it evolves into love. You can be compatible and have great sex! Good sex is someone with experience who is like you in your endeavors. You can love someone and have bad sex. I would just go with the flow and let the relationship develop. When you start putting an expectation on your partner the question then you must ask "is it fair to her?" Time does take care of everything!!

Meet her and talk to her! See if yo ucan be friends as well as ****! that would be a good basis for a relationship! Try it!

HELLOOOOO???? No! Sex leads to babies, and then the sex stops and someone who might have loved you, just walks on by.......

Try !!! Give yourself a chance to be happy!!!

Sometimes love comes first, sometimes sex. Sometimes sex doesn't follow love. Sometimes love doesn't follow sex. There is no question to be answered here. If you want more, look for it. If you don't, don't. But remember, you both have the capacity to cheat, if you consider that what you've been doing constitutes cheating.

comfort her mind for a change, maybe it would lead to something really great!

Why don't you just keep her as a **** buddy, then you can persue your other intrests

"Nothing ventured, nothing gained" What have you to loose? If it doesn't happen at least you will know that you gave it a chance.

"what if"...is a cruel game that draws no conclusion unless you ask for the answer. It's easier to ponder than to ask because you may not like the real answer, but if you don't ask you don't know what you're missing

"what if"...is a cruel game that draws no conclusion unless you ask for the answer. It's easier to ponder than to ask because you may not like the real answer, but if you don't ask you don't know what you're missing

Maybe you are looking for what you had before. Lust is not love. Remember, don't let the little head rule th big head.

Depends on the situation, I'm sure it's possible to fall in love with someone that you originally only went to for sex.