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Old 08-17-2012, 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by AnnabelMore View Post
I don't think that only dating together is in any way a good compromise. It's not some middle ground, it's just a dysfunctional approach to dating that I honestly don't believe has a chance of working out well in the current climate of your relationship. Why put the both of you, and another person, through that just for the sake of an ideal of compromise?
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Originally Posted by mostlyclueless View Post
it would help if he would be interested in people who were appropriate or good options.
What does this mean? If you need your friends to be "off limits", have a conversation about what are or are not acceptable options. This should be done BEFORE he gets his sights on someone. You don't get to tear every potential down and/or make up excuses, just because you are feeling pissy and don't like the situation to begin with.
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