From: scott Dec 14 2014
I know it's hard when relationships go through changes. Perhaps she is really busy or just needs some space. Try to realize she might be at a different place.Try giving her some time, while still being there for her, and see if you can gauge her interest and what she tries to put in the relationship. Perhaps you can try to see when she's available and schedule dates when she's free. Be flexible and see how things go. Either way give it time, give it some space, and try to breathe. If you notice you grow more distant and she is too busy to take time for you, then maybe it's not meant to be. It's scary when things aren't like they were, but in the end it works out how it's supposed to, sometimes together and sometimes not. <3
From: Jess Dec 12 2014
The short answer is, yes, break up. It is hard for someone to be respectful to you when they are drunk. You want and deserve respect. You feel what he is doing is wrong, and you are right. A good relationship inspires each person to be the best they can be. If this is the best he can be for you, then it probably is't good enough. Hold out for someone that doesn't get drunk and will respect you all the time. Sometimes we might feel like we can change someone, If we act different or if we love them more, but usually that only hurts us in the long run. We can't change other people, we can only change ourselves and who we hang out with. When something inside you is asking questions, feeling uncomfortable, or doubting, that is your conscience, your inner spirit, telling you something isn't right. We need to realize it is time to make a change. Respect yourself enough to be in a healthy relationship.
From: Robin Dec 22 2014
This is a tricky situation. It's always confusing when there isn't any clear signs as to if they're interested or not. I think if she hasn't accepted a date, she might just enjoy your friendship. I personally never want to reject someone, so I try to let them know I'm not interested as nicely as possible. If she ignores the topic or never answers, I feel that is a pretty big sign right there. If she was interested, she would jump at the opportunity, or be excited about it. I would just wait it out and be there as a friend. Sometimes girls just need time. I feel the best relationships are when you meet someone and they become your best friend and it naturally becomes more. <3
From: Joe Oct 18 2016
My fans do know alot about me, but not everything. Sometimes I need advice too, and I have faults and weaknesses too! (We all do!) I'm sorry you were bullied in the past. If it is still affecting you and making you depressed, I recommend you talk to someone about it. The best relationship advice someone gave me once is to write a list of all the traits of your ideal partner. And then develop those traits yourself. Start gaining your confidence back. Start realizing all you have to offer and give. You are SO valuable and a son of God! He sees and KNOWS you and what you need. Lean to Him to comfort you and let your identity rest in Him! Learn to love yourself. Being genuinely happy and confident is very attractive! If you want to date only Mormons, can you move to an area where a lot of Mormons live? Find your true love and then decide together where you'll live-happily-ever-after. ;) I just want to emphasis how loved you are and how God has a plan for you! Pray for guidance in finding people you can open up to. Pray for those that have compassion and empathy and want to grow together!! Realize we ALL have baggage. There is this perception of perfection and I've felt it especially in the LDS world, but nobody is perfect and we are all flawed, but that doesnt make us any less valuable because God knows who we are and He wants us to see ourselves the way He does! <3