RedheadedMedStd 35F
1734 posts
5/7/2006 1:07 pm

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5/8/2006 9:35 am


Ok so don't get me wrong, I'm sure psychologists, counselors, therapists, and psychiatrists need love too. I'd just be afraid that they would be mentally analyzing me the whole time. I'd be nervous to do something that made me seem "a little off." Nowmaybe they don't do that stuff outside of their job.

Maybe they are just like a regular doctor who refuses to believe they are "a little off" even when the signs are staring you in the face doing that stupid, "Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah..." thing 5 inches from your face. I have the feeling they are, hence the reason for this post.

My roommate Greg, was dating a psychiatrist (we'll call him J), for about 2 weeks. He was older, but successful, attractive (at least by the photos I saw) and smart. Granted, he wasn't my type, but that's prolly a good thing seeing as he's gay so I didn't have to worry about dating him.

Greg and J met online, through something less "open" than this. It was a gay, local chatting site. Greg and J had gone on what was it, 4 dates in 4 days, when I started to get worried. I understand that people are desperate to be close to each other, and that when you click really well with someone you want to spend a lot of time together. However, I am one of those from the school that you need to have a life with your significant other, and without them, so you can imagine why I was concerned when Greg didn't keep up with his other friends as much and when he was coming home at 11:30-12 when his normal bedtime is like 10. He always claimed that they fell asleep on the couch together. I figure that's ok once and a while, but every night? Maybe you should go home earlier, I mean your body is yelling at you that it's tired... But who am I to judge. He thought that meant they were comfortable together.

So a week goes by of hanging and J's house and falling asleep on the couch every night. Another thing I noticed, they never went out. They stayed in, consumed in their own little bubble and never seemed to want to let anyone else in. I take that back, they did go out with his friends once, for drinks. One of J's friends mentioned what I had been thinking for a few days, that they were spending a lot, and I mean A LOT, of time together for not dating for very long. Greg came home, told me this little tibit and I thought, "Sounds like he's been running around in my head for a few days."

A few days later, there was an estatic Greg who came home skipping like the fairy he is. He told me that he and J had made plans to go out of town for his birthday. At first the plans were for Canada, then North Carolina. He was floating on cloud nine every time I saw him, when I saw him. He was even going to the gym with J, which he hadn't been to since Valentine's Day.

I was concerned and so one day I mentioned it too him. I had been holding it in for about 2 weeks when I decided to mention the fact that I thought he was putting all of his eggs in one basket. Greg claimed that I was wrong though. As he took off to go see J, he said, "I would see."

Later that same evening, Greg stomped in, slammed the door and said, "Well, you were right! I got dumped!" I felt bad, I swear. I didn't mean for him to actually get dumped, I just wanted him to back off spending some much time with him. Oops! Maybe as J said, he really was falling for him and scared himself. For Greg's sake.


rm_1SweetBitch 56F
8575 posts
5/7/2006 1:33 pm

Getting dumped is never a good thing but, I would say he is lucky it was sooner than later before all the emotions got involved.

No Day Is So Bad It Can't Be Fixed With Great Sex!

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ibugazy1000 34M
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5/7/2006 1:37 pm


PrincessKarma 44F
6188 posts
5/8/2006 6:55 am

    Quoting rm_Elle4U:
    You meddled... you shouldn't have... case closed.
No she didn't... anyone could see that breakup coming a mile off. Something so very intense rarely lasts when it happens that quickly.

I do hope dear Greg enjoyed it while it lasted...

The Big Bang was the mother of all orgasms.PrincessKarma

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