Protecting your heart  

TurnLock 59M
454 posts
9/2/2006 1:52 am

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9/3/2006 11:26 am

Protecting your heart


We don’t boldly jump into love any more. We did as teens with horrorifying results. We didn’t fully understand that love was more than the biologically created passions our bodies produced. Me, I still fall in love fast and hard. It scares me that I have this problem and yes it is a problem. Love is special; it should be reserved for that someone special who has proven to be everything you want and more. Who has been there for the good and the bad and never sat on the fence and waited to see what they should do next.

I love instantly, I find traits that I like or love about a person and build from that. I enjoy the high that love produces. I also realize the danger that false love brings. Two people in any relationship are not always going to be in the same space of likeness or the same level of love. Where as I throw my heart to the winds, the women and I thank God for this are more cautious. This saves me from getting married every 30 days.

I do fear that one day I will meet some crazy woman who thinks like I do and find myself married after a few weeks of “where in the hell have you been in my lifetime, sex.” I do see this as a possibility and that’s why I try to rein in my desires from time to time. I do realize that it takes time to build a relationship. I would never make a commitment based on sex only and if I every did, It would have had to be the most satisfying sex, I have ever had. It would have to be a physical dependency just like a drug addiction for me to lose my mind like that.

Until then I must make an effort to protect my heart from breaking. Stopping it from falling in love too soon is a start, but I usually pick the right women for me, so that’s going to be a bit hard. I believe I could marry anyone and be happy with my choice. They may not feel the same. I still need to be babied by a woman. I love that attention, some times that degree is fine and other’s it’s just a bit too much.

Whoever I marry and yes, I haven’t learn yet, will just be crazy about me. If I have to sign her out of the nut house myself this is my primary concern followed by she wants to have sex with me even when I’m sleeping. I’m willing to sacrifice my health for love and good sex.

amoldenough 70F
16436 posts
9/2/2006 3:16 pm

J, I , too, fall in love too easily. I married my husband after knowing him for only 6 weeks. The online relationship I am in right now, we fell in love within a week. That was a year and a half ago.It is pretty rocky right now. I find that when a person has sex with another person, emotions are bound to get involved. I find it better to wait for sex until there is at least some emotional involvement.My ideal would be to wait for sex until I was in a LTR, but I doubt that that would be possible. I don't think many men would wait that long.
Good luck. The perfect girl for you might be right around the corner!

"Don't cry because it's over; smile because it happened."


TurnLock replies on 9/3/2006 7:24 am:
I would question the sexually of any man, who wouldn't want to have sex with you as soon as possible. Our bodies crave sex more due to our external sex organs. Plus our dicks talk to us, but we haven't the time for that. Some men will wait for sex, if the woman is special to them. As long as i've been without penetration, I wouldn't be that man. I know the next to perfect girl for me is around the corner and I will find her and she will unintentionally kill me with sex. I'll leave a suicide note, just in case.

JuicyBBW1001 54F

9/3/2006 9:36 am

A suicide note?? lol your a nut but a good one anyway

IJuicy

Juicy


TurnLock replies on 9/3/2006 11:26 am:
Too much sex, could be considered a act of suicide. A risk I have to take, being of sound body and mind.

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