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But however it happens, finding you really liking someone else can be a rapidly becoming a favourite fantasy of what sex or even a relationship would be like. from someone, whether we know them or not, can feel really good. . place to discuss to the highs and lows of modern dating and relationships. Developing a crush on someone when you're already in a long-term, usually involve imagining what it would be like to be in a relationship with this person. We often develop crushes on people because we feel they might fulfil a need that .
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Paige Newton about a month ago. Yakiya Mitchell 1 months ago. Paula Blair 1 months ago. We have always had a beautiful relationship, never cheated or even thought of ; we've been through some rough periods but nothing too worrying. I've never seriously thought of breaking up with him in all this time. One day, years ago, I was attending an event that was gonna last for a few days. I didn't know anyone but quickly made friends during the first day, noone of them struck me in anyway I remember commenting jokingly to myself that all the guys were pretty plain To cut a long story short, by the 3rd day I felt my heart racing madly for one of them.
I didn't even know how or when it happened - we got on so well, I felt amazing around him, it's not something I could help. By his behaviour I think he felt the same - maybe not as strongly as me, but you could tell there was an interest also, these sort of things hardly happen completely onesided. Have I considered leaving my bf and declaring him my feelings? Did I do it? I just sat there and told myself that I was still in love with my bf even if I had feelings for this other guy; I reminded myself that it's easy to be an amazing person for 3 days - a lot more difficult to be an amazing person like my bf has been for 3 years and more.
I think feelings can't be controlled, but choices can; I decided to be with my bf and I didn't do anything with the 2nd guy - not even spent any time alone with him so I don't see why I should be blamed. He lived a couple of hours away from me, so when the event we were attending was over I didn't take any chance to see him ever again. We texted in a friendly way from time to time for a few months, then he was a closed chapter.
Report 4 years ago I got the "worst" as in, most major crush on another guy when with my boyfriend for 4 years.
I decided that my relationship as very precious and valuable to me, more so than any infatuation or connection with another person. I focused on all of the reasons I love my boyfriend best, and thought of all the many things I did not know about the other guy, all the things he might not be, etc. I worked at doing things to connect with and appreciate my boyfriend. My crush passed, completely. It just took some time. Then again I was not so uncertain as to really consider leaving my boyfriend - so maybe you are in a worse place.
Only you can tell. Knowing someone really, really well and still loving them intensely is something really special.
europeschool.com.ua/profiles/hetudin/tob-rutas-senderismo-sierra.php It takes years to build up such a relationship, and seconds to destroy. Give your relationship more time. If you work on investing into your relationship and focusing on the good for several months - and are still feeling unenthusiastic or "tempted" by other options as it were, then it is much more likely that the best decision is to move on. Report Thread starter 4 years ago I just feel so guilty for even thinking like this, despite the fact its not a controllable thing. I am not planning on doing anything about this, breaking up with him or anything as I think a case of "the grass is greener" is responsible.
I think the main issue here is that over the last 2 years a lot of the fun and laughter has been sucked out of my relationship thanks to excessively stressful jobs etc, which isn't either of our faults but it is making me a tad miserable. I have tried talking about this but just get a barrage of "I can't help being stressed" back. I know he can't help it but I don't know how to help!
I'm sure it will pass. Original post by megara I was in the exact sane situation with my ex of 3. Took me way too long to realise I wasn't happy and I broke it off with him. Sure he was lovely - just not for me. Original post by Anonymous Thanks guys, esp. How would you feel if this was the case with your boyfriend? Damn right, you would not have liked it.
Just end it now - you don't love him. It's unfair to your boyfriend and you don't seem mature enough for a relationship. Yeah, dump your boyfriend, he's probably bored of you too, just make sure you end it with him before you start something with this other guy. How old are you? It's understandable but in the grand scheme of things you should take your relationship with your boyfriend in isolation and see if you're happy.
I'm glad you've got through some of the more strong opinions from those who probably haven't ever had an extremely long relationship to read the people who have had the same feelings but stuck with their OH. There are a lot of people IIT that don't know how love really works. Just having a passing crush on someone does not mean you don't love your partner. All these people saying "you don't love him", please get off your horses.
OP, I think this is something every relationship passes through at some point or another. Falling in love is something that lasts maximum about 2 years, I can dig up the studies for the skeptics if they're really interested, but essentially after that "spark" fades a little more to a different kind of attachment less blind and single-minded , that's when you really have to put the effort in to keep things going.
And I think having crushes on other people is not a good or bad thing, it just happens. What you decide to do is what matters.
One way to address this is by talking about it with someone you trust and who will keep it to themselves. I just feel so guilty for even thinking like this, despite the fact its not a controllable thing. Report Thread starter 4 years ago Report 4 years ago 7. The sex is emotional for the both of us and we cuddle after every time.
But make sure you make the choices you don't regret, give yourself plenty of time to think things over - it's very likely you get over this other guy and forget about him, though if you are around him a lot it will take a bit longer. But think about it like this - did you break up after your first argument or serious rough patch? No, you got through it. This doesn't have to mean anything other than you're not asexual for people that aren't your partner. It doesn't mean you aren't meant to be or that you don't love him.