Hey, Justin, like you pointed out the fundamental difference with my husband was that he didn’t manipulate or try to take advantage of me. He wasn’t constantly hitting on me, making advances after being told I wasn’t interested and many other things that Pretend Friends tried to pull in the past. He was a real friend whatever his feelings were or grew to be.
Interesting reading comprehension. I’ll leave this here since you may not have made it to the end of the article:
I’m also more than aware that making a list may sound calloused, but I’m mature enough to realize I probably made someone’s Do Not Date list. I could be a few ex-boyfriend’s “Nag” or “Crazy Bitch.” I’m sure I’ve…
Exactly! And a lot of these are the guys that claim, “Girls never go for nice guys like me.” How nice are you? You’re just pretending to be my friend to get in my pants… if this is a nice guy, what’s a bad guy? It’s extremely confusing and toxic, especially as a young woman, trying to learn about the world, men, and romance.