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how long is too long to wait for someone?
#41
The original poster has deleted himself from this forum awhile back but the forum really tried to help him with our experiences.
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(08-06-2020, 11:50 AM)priscella Wrote: The original poster has deleted himself from this forum awhile back but the forum really tried to help him with our experiences.

What are you talking about?  Azariah is still a member of the forum.
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(08-06-2020, 12:04 PM)TheRealCallie Wrote:
(08-06-2020, 11:50 AM)priscella Wrote: The original poster has deleted himself from this forum awhile back but the forum really tried to help him with our experiences.

What are you talking about?  Azariah is still a member of the forum.

Yesterday I checked the deleted members and if I am wrong I sure do apologize for the mistake..priscella
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You will have to check because I can not find the delete section..maybe it was another name similar to his that I saw deleted with a date on it.. priscella
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Well I sure hope he comes back to his thread because he had a lot of responses who cared about him so I guess people can still respond to this thread if he comes back.. So sorry I got that wrong I guess ...
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(08-06-2020, 12:08 AM)Finished Wrote:
(08-05-2020, 07:00 PM)MissBehave Wrote: The decision to disregard a person's choice of who they want to have in their life isn't healthy. I feel like some treat this almost like a game, if they just are persistent enough then they will earn and prove themselves as a valuable mate. It doesn't make any sense. 

Well, it's called mixed signals. Probably not in this case, although I doubt we are getting even half of the real story. It's much more fun to make up the missing information like being a stalker. But, I used to think that when someone said no to me that was it and I was out of there. Later, a couple women asked why I gave up so easily. I thought WTF? You said you where done with me. So I left. You didn't call me back. They said they wanted me to fight for them so they knew that I REALLY loved them. Again, I thought WTF?

Can attest to this. Something similar happened recently. But ignoring 'no' comes with too many risks for a man. At the very least you risk losing yourself and any sense of pride. Then there's the risk of being bad-mouthed as a stalker if you misread the situation. Women who make dating an obstacle course full of stupid games are more trouble than they're worth.
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