Guys: How does it feel to have a loving, caring boyfriend?

  • infinitefrien...

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    Oct 15, 2014 6:13 PM GMT
    I really want to experience this for once in my life...
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    Oct 15, 2014 6:30 PM GMT
    It depends on how much money he has.
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    Oct 15, 2014 8:00 PM GMT
    Guys:How does it feel to have a loving, caring boyfriend?

    infinitefriend9 saidI really want to experience this for once in my life...

    It is Heaven on Earth. What would you have imagined?

    But honestly, at your age (21), you may have to wait a little and be patient.

    A mark of youth is the desire for immediate gratification. While what age teaches you is to plan and be patient. So that you get it right and lasting.
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    Oct 17, 2014 11:54 PM GMT
    It feels great
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    Oct 18, 2014 2:53 AM GMT
    wonderful for as long as it lasts
  • LEANDRO_NJ

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    Oct 18, 2014 4:09 AM GMT
    infinitefriend9 saidI really want to experience this for once in my life...


    I don't know of anyone who doesn't want to experience someone like that!? but having said that being caring and loving IS NOT a one way street! I am a loving and caring person, but being that way without reciprocation actually had done me more harm then good in my past relationship in the long run.I am one who believes that giving and caring goes hand in hand with sharing and having gratitude for what you received!
  • pharmstudent

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    Oct 18, 2014 5:47 AM GMT
    It feels like starving yourself and each other. Think about all the first dates you're going to miss? And all the excitements that comes with it.
  • Juangas

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    Oct 28, 2014 9:29 AM GMT
    I've dating with my boyfriend for 3 months already. He lives in another city, but we get to see each other every week.

    In reply to your question:
    I feel protected, cherished, loved. I don't feel empty, incomplete, lost, unstable nor alone anymore. The love I feel for him consumes me, and the best of it is the passion and trust between him and me. Age definitely has to do with finding the one. I'm 24 and if I had met him, when he was 19, it would have been another story.

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    Oct 28, 2014 10:25 AM GMT
    All of the above... the feel is utterly amazing. There's a fine line that you need to cross before you realize that it's "real"... when you realize that the decisions you make are no longer what in your best interests alone... but they are based in BOTH of your best interests.

    The love and feelings of caring and belonging are amazing, and the sex coupled with THAT level of love and devotion is out of this world.

    It takes time to find, though. So be patient. Always be on the lookout for it. Know that it can't be forced, it has to grow and mature in a relationship organically.
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    Oct 28, 2014 11:01 AM GMT
    some times its a lot of work, if you want to know honestly.
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    Oct 28, 2014 7:49 PM GMT
    It's OK, but a decent donut is better.
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    Oct 28, 2014 7:56 PM GMT
    Argh Being 22 and never being in a relationship is torture, everyone else i know is in one or getting married or having children icon_confused.gif
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    Oct 28, 2014 10:04 PM GMT
    infinitefriend9 saidI really want to experience this for once in my life...


    to experience it a few times in your lifetime is even better.


    the cost of it all is a very very broken heart and shattered into small pieces soul. but it's worth it.
  • Apparition

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    Oct 31, 2014 3:28 AM GMT
    it feels like breakfast in bed every morning, your laundry done, and a car warmed up for you in the morning so you can sleep in another 5 minutes. my bf is awesome.

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    Oct 31, 2014 4:12 AM GMT
    Ask my cat icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Nov 03, 2014 2:03 AM GMT
    I want one
  • Bowyn_Aerrow

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    Nov 03, 2014 3:19 AM GMT
    mindgarden saidAsk my cat icon_rolleyes.gif


    People do tend to treat their animals better than their spouse though..... icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 03, 2014 4:18 AM GMT
    Bowyn_Aerrow said
    mindgarden saidAsk my cat icon_rolleyes.gif

    People do tend to treat their animals better than their spouse though..... icon_lol.gif

    My husband has a very strong connection with his late dog. We have no pet at present.

    Soon after we got together he started calling me "Junior". Well, yeah, I'm younger than him, but I was just turning 60. I ain't nobody's Junior! So I didn't like that right from the beginning.

    But then I learned his beloved late Great Dane was named Junior. I just hadda tell him: "You can't nickname me after your dead dog". He didn't like that at all. Well, I'm sorry, I'm not a replacement for your dog. I don't care how much you loved him. My name is Bob. and that's what you'll call me.

    To this day, though, he sometimes references me to others as "Bill", his late first partner. That's OK, and I'll gently correct him. Bill-Bob, 2 "B" names and easy to twist. That I don't mind. But don't call me after your dead dog! LOL!
  • Bowyn_Aerrow

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    Nov 03, 2014 4:49 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    Bowyn_Aerrow said
    mindgarden saidAsk my cat icon_rolleyes.gif

    People do tend to treat their animals better than their spouse though..... icon_lol.gif

    My husband has a very strong connection with his late dog. We have no pet at present.

    Soon after we got together he started calling me "Junior". Well, yeah, I'm younger than him, but I was just turning 60. I ain't nobody's Junior! So I didn't like that right from the beginning.

    But then I learned his beloved late Great Dane was named Junior. I just hadda tell him: "You can't nickname me after your dead dog". He didn't like that at all. Well, I'm sorry, I'm not a replacement for your dog. I don't care how much you loved him. My name is Bob. and that's what you'll call me.

    To this day, though, he sometimes references me to others as "Bill", his late first partner. That's OK, and I'll gently correct him. Bill-Bob, 2 "B" names and easy to twist. That I don't mind. But don't call me after your dead dog! LOL!


    I literally did laugh out loud...

    Don't be too hard on him, if Junior (the dog) was anything like my late Sirius, then I assure you it is a fine and grand compliment.
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    Nov 08, 2014 10:28 PM GMT
    Emotional - and not always in a nice way! But overall, there's nothing like it... It's wonderful.
  • glez91

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    Nov 08, 2014 11:06 PM GMT
    I'll let you know when I find one
  • tango02

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    Nov 10, 2014 12:21 AM GMT
    Honestly, just like anything, it has its advantages and disadvantages, and depends a whole lot on just who you're in a relationship with.
  • BrownsTown

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    Nov 16, 2014 11:07 PM GMT
    It's amazing. Don't give up on finding it!
  • DSHANE

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    Nov 16, 2014 11:54 PM GMT
    No clue....icon_cry.gif
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    Nov 17, 2014 8:08 AM GMT
    It's absolutely amazing. To feel wanted in that way is almost beautiful.