maybe..he may get the idea ur involved/or interested in his friend, because he is away. then again he might not. honestly though, if he does care for u and want to be with u, then when he comes home it wouldnt matter if u were friends with his "circle" he would seek u out to be with u even if u werent. of course making urself easily available might increase the chances, but u shouldnt look too desperate like ur waiting for him..
great chest for a young girl. wow!.
I don't NEED to post here. I like to post here and hear what other people with similar experiences have to say..
Two huge reasons why the 18-law in California makes no sense!.
The type you're describing sounds more like a typical Type AB, a healthy mixture of both. It sounds like you're looking for somebody who is deep and reflective as well as confident and at times driven. Stereotypical Type As don't tend to be very reflective because they're so busy getting stuff done. I think guys like you describe DO exist, but they're rare. You'll probably find one eventually if you expose yourself to enough people..
Sorry,mybuddy. Only found the one. :(.
I've been with my gf for close to eight months, we are exclusive and "supposedly", serious about each other. She still goes out once in a while with her girlfriends (two - five times a month). My gf has told me a lot (but I'm sure not everything) about them and of what happens when they go out. They add to my discomfort. I consider some of them kinda slutty because they do one night stands, sleep with married men, etc. She loves hanging out with them by herself, she's never invited me to hang out with them. They are all 30 years old and older, single and they still love to go out to night spots and clubs to socialize, drink, get drunk, dance...meet guys. That's fine for my gf's friends. What they do is none of my business but it doesn't mean I have to approve of what they do or of them in general and I don't approve of them but obviously, I can't tell my gf to stop being friends with them. The scary thing is that they are very influential on her and they know the old trick both guys and girls use...they get my gf to go with them by saying "what, you need permission to go out?". When I was younger and single, I'd use that exact same phrase to shame my friends who had gf's to go out drinking and carousing..
So I guess when you have to take on a much more active role, and face rejection, as opposed to being more passive, it can create some resentment..