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Old 06-21-2012, 08:42 PM
corey corey is offline
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Originally Posted by kdt26417 View Post
Re (from corey, Post #26):


If that's the case, then you're fine to stay in the relationship for the time being. Keep "checking up on yourself" and if you find you feelings change to depressed, desperate, or what have you, then it's time to make some hard choices.

Make sure you're being honest with yourself, and with her. I personally don't see anything wrong with being a "nice guy;" I think you can be a nice guy without being a doormat. Just try to balance things out in your own life.

D should be told the truth eventually; he doesn't need to know everything about you, but he does need to know that you're there and that you're more than just a friend.
I recently had posted a thread on AskMen.com and one person pointed me to a book called "No More Mr Nice Guy" and have since read half the book (I dont even read my text books for University, so it says a lot) and it really is not a good thing to have the "Nice Guy" syndrome, as others mentioned it puts you in a position of being a door mat.

Suggest a read/peek at the book:
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...119dBW3-aZLk-w
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