In reference to thinking flirting is “grose” stated in the last post, there is an element of hot, in which any woman, can be flirtatious, or jokingly come on to anyone in a playful way, and get away with flirting, with no offense being taken to it, I am not one of them. Whenever you have to think about or hesitate upon whether to like someone in life, usually its not a match, or in cases where my picking meter is off, never take chances, especially in any business type of relationship, there will be a lot of people in life you will like and want to be close to, not all have the time to talk to you, so just be understanding that men can get better in life, and or are looking for someone more put together in life, that is the mistake of liking someone, thinking that they are the answer to your problems or can provide you with the type of stability you need in life, I used to be someone who was stable and lived alone, independent of others, with no problems of my own, on talking terms with everyone, no history of addiction or drug use, it seems like the unhappier you become, and after being dumped in life, is what results, an unhappiness within, a break, after a breakup, why its called a breakup, because it takes a certain amount of time to get someone out of your system to which you have had sexual relations with that is physically touching of bodies, resulting in a physical attachment, internally to which is torn or upsets or is broken upon detachment, that’s from sex, why its very dangerous to be physically bonded with someone, when you are unstable or if you get mental health issues, in my case stop dating, because of my physiology and mental health, and getting voices post sexual relations with others, a physical feeling of being gone or disorganized, usually follows from drinking and drug use, not sex per se, but always be careful of who you love or choose to love, and give and receive love from, as it may have an affect on your own self-esteem in life, why not to give your body up to freely and willingly to others, unless in a trusted relationship to which both can feel safe, that doesn’t mean confide in one another, that’s not for therapy or psychiatric issues, discussion of with a sexual partner, be mindful of their psyche too, and their mental health, that’s not what relationships are for, not physical bond can be made where a discomfort lies, such as in the talking of your problems (usually a turn off) or in a questioning of self or others (a sign of mental illness) that causes discomfort to others, to be in question or to put others in question, so juts be cognizant of one anothers spaces mentally.
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