Have you ever wanted someone so bad that you feel aching inside?

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    Sep 24, 2011 7:44 PM GMT
    Like what the title said.

    I'm asking because a while ago I met someone in real life that just made me aching all over my heart. He is everything that I have ever wanted and this sensation that I have, not just the butterflies in my stomach, but rather a deep sense of belonging, that we belong to each other.

    Have that ever happened to you??? Do tell gents. icon_smile.gif
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    Sep 24, 2011 7:53 PM GMT
    waimea saidLike what the title said.

    I'm asking because a while ago I met someone in real life that just made me aching all over my heart. He is everything that I have ever wanted and this sensation that I have, not just the butterflies in my stomach, but rather a deep sense of belonging, that we belong to each other.

    Have that ever happened to you??? Do tell gents. icon_smile.gif

    Yes, and twice I've been rejected, and twice accepted. It takes 2 to tango.

    So if you do go for it, if you feel reasonably certain he's gay, then be prepared for the heartbreak of rejection, or the joy of acceptance. This is the way of life & love, whether you're gay or straight. But as old saying goes, nothing ventured, nothing gained. The worst he can say is no, which gives you the same result as if you never try to approach him.
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    Sep 24, 2011 7:58 PM GMT
    Personally, I would say expect the worst, so you won't feel too depressed if you actually tried to ask him.
    For me, when I get rejected or just knows that this individual that I like doesn't like me, just always think that there is always someone out there better for you, and that would want you not the other way around.
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    Sep 24, 2011 8:11 PM GMT
    @ art_deco: thanks for the tips! icon_biggrin.gif


    apisces89 saidPersonally, I would say expect the worst, so you won't feel too depressed if you actually tried to ask him.
    For me, when I get rejected or just knows that this individual that I like doesn't like me, just always think that there is always someone out there better for you, and that would want you not the other way around.


    Expect the worst? That's so pessimistic.
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    Sep 24, 2011 8:25 PM GMT
    I have been feeling that way about my current partner for the last year or so. I liked him when we starting living together a couple of years ago, but nothing to this depth. We haven't been well together for the last two months or so, but life is good and only gets better. I deeply respect him and can only hope that we stay together for our lifetime.

    I wish you good luck and hope that you get what you want.
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    Sep 24, 2011 9:10 PM GMT
    waimea said@ art_deco: thanks for the tips! icon_biggrin.gif


    apisces89 saidPersonally, I would say expect the worst, so you won't feel too depressed if you actually tried to ask him.
    For me, when I get rejected or just knows that this individual that I like doesn't like me, just always think that there is always someone out there better for you, and that would want you not the other way around.


    Expect the worst? That's so pessimistic.



    Well I wouldn't say "worst" probably just wrong usage of vocabularies. But don't expect too much is what I like to say.
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    Sep 24, 2011 9:44 PM GMT
    carminea saidI have been feeling that way about my current partner for the last year or so. I liked him when we starting living together a couple of years ago, but nothing to this depth. We haven't been well together for the last two months or so, but life is good and only gets better. I deeply respect him and can only hope that we stay together for our lifetime.

    I wish you good luck and hope that you get what you want.


    Aww....! I wish you guys a life time of joy and happiness!
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    Sep 25, 2011 12:37 AM GMT
    yep. and he's painfully taken. even though their relationship is not that good - according to his bff - i'm not barking up that tree. but i mean, when i get a text from him, i get butterflies. it's ok though. we're not really flirting with each other anymore and i think by just being friends, i'll ultimately move on.

    i'm hoping that the actual guy i'm seeing (who knows that i'm struggling with the other situation and is being patient) becomes that way to me. we have chemistry and i'm into him, but just not really that much yet. but we're seeing each other this weekend and i'm very excited about that.
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    Sep 25, 2011 2:40 AM GMT
    Oh yeah: After two days, following a special night, I was told he was in the building...got dizzy, had to step outside and compose myself; thought I might vomit.
    Last week he got out of bed at 3a.m. and came to work just to give me a break.
    Went outside to get away for a few minutes and the same feelings flooded over me...still have it almost 10 years later.
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    Sep 25, 2011 2:50 AM GMT
    dustin_K_tx saidOh yeah: After two days, following a special night, I was told he was in the building...got dizzy, had to step outside and compose myself; thought I might vomit.
    Last week he got out of bed at 3a.m. and came to work just to give me a break.
    Went outside to get away for a few minutes and the same feelings flooded over me...still have it almost 10 years later.


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    Sep 25, 2011 12:07 PM GMT
    In that situation right now! Have only known this guy under a year, there's a huge attraction and more on my part. We get on really well to the point that this week, while he's away, people have jokingly asked me 'how are you coping without him'. I want to take it from quite an intense friendship to more but not sure he feels the same, and not sure whether or not to broach it with him. Part of me thinks 'f*ck it - what's to lose?'