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Discussion in 'LGBT Later in Life' started by baristajedi, May 8, 2020.

  1. chicodeoro

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    Sorry to hear that it hasn't worked out Baristajedi. You shouldn't feel embarrassed though - sadly, sometimes these things just aren't meant to be...
     
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    You dont have to go into details if you dont want to. I dont think you should be embarrassed though, we have all been in positions where we have acted impulsively and then later perhaps with time to review it know that we would given the time again do things differently.
    Do you mean that the relationship ended?
     
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    There is no need to be embarrassed. I think the uncertainty of a new relationship is exciting but can also cause some anxiety, as you develop feelings and are unsure of where it's all going. It can be hard to know how much to open up and how much to hold back. There is a certain need to know what the other person is thinking, while also trying to just enjoy the fun of the moment. It's crazy, but also what makes it exciting. Don't worry about it too much! Most of us act a bit impulsively when our emotions get the best of us.