Indecision  

MellowDee87 29F
7 posts
4/25/2006 8:06 pm

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6/29/2006 11:41 pm

Indecision


I've been wrestling with this whole AdultFriendFinder thing. My bf and I get along pretty well, but I find myself looking for a little more excitement. After a particularly guilty moment yesterday, I deleted my account. And then today after being virtually ignored by him, I found myself looking for attention elsewhere. Thus I created another account. I think what I'm doing is morally wrong, but I also think that I deserve some fun every now and then. I mean I'm young, I've got to get my kicks while I still can! Don't you agree?

Cowboy_Deluxe 38M

4/25/2006 10:40 pm

I don't think you feel bad about this decision. Blogging is soo much fun!

As far as I can go with advice about you and your BF. What is the overall situation? Is the bad outweighing the good? If it is, then you should let him go. Don't be hasteful because of one day, any man can give any woman, one bad day.. Men are talented like that.

Cowboy


bigrob0813 30M
3 posts
4/25/2006 11:02 pm

If he doesn't give you all the attention you need but you still wanna be with him I would say your at the right site


out_for_a_ride 35M

4/25/2006 11:21 pm

I'm still battling myself with this (which is also part of why i haven't upgraded my membership), but you shouldn't feel guilty. Biologically speaking we're driven toward multiple partners as a means to ensure strong offspring (because we don't know who's genes will blend best with ours), however, society imprints a negative connotation about the concept and so we have our "moral" dilema....here's the deal though, I don't know that it's as much a moral issue for you as you initially feel...when I search myself on the topic I find that it's the other person's concept of morality that plagues me, cause obviously we're not out to hurt them emotionally, but we suspect that if they were to know it would. Personally I don't fault myself for searching for the things I search for, we all have our unique situations that motivate us. I hope this helps...especially since it's disheartening to be ignored by the one person supposedly committed to your exsistence in the present, but don't let that be your only motivating factor...as with every of the few comments I leave, feel free to email me at mellow3green at yahoo dot com if you'd like an unbiased and honest person to talk to.


SirMounts 102M

4/26/2006 10:13 pm

Well, those kinds of things are best for you to decide, but I'm glad you're back or I never would have had the pleasure of seeing your new post.
Welcome to blogging, MellowDee. *smiling*


CAtoVegas2010 38M
2 posts
6/29/2006 8:33 am

Life is meant to flow naturally, and I truly believe that people are meant to come in and out of our lives at just the right time. It's no sense in trying to fight your feelings. You can either be unhappy and fit with societies rules or you can live by your own and experience happiness on your own terms. It's not easy going against society, and ultimately you have to do what is right for you. That also includes dealing with any consequences that may come about from your decisions. If you're prepared to deal with the consequences, then I think you're making the right decision. If the consequences we're too great, you probably would have never even considered doing anything.


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