ZiMpLuS saidI ask this 'cos sometimes it's the reason I don't want to engage in an in-depth one-on-one messaging with anyone here anymore. Yes, it can be filling sometimes but never to a satiety level I crave... it's just emotionally draining. Please advice, not preach. Thanks.
I think you should choose wisely and let go easily.
I went to NYC gay pride this year - rode on a float with HMI (Hetrick Martin Institute). I met this kid the both of us were in the Blue Group. We really had fun together all day, and things went pretty damn well, but unfortunately, he live in Maine and he's not much of an online person. However, he told me something very interesting. He said "But that's the fun of it all. You meet someone, enjoy that time, and you move on."
Ever since then I haven't had problems with "not making a deep connection" because I've finally fully accepted that things just aren't going to always work the way you want them to. I always believed that you can't make friends with everyone... but I just never accepted. J
Just enjoy what you have on whatever level you get to and carry that with you. I'm looking to make new friends now, since most of my older friends from high school and before have moved on... so hopefully I'll have a new set as I go through the years and "hit or miss" so to speak.