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Limerence (6)

1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-17 20:49 ID:WzITy9ly

How many of you can relate to this article?

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2 Name: Hikari-chan : 2009-12-18 11:04 ID:2El9eIia


Well, I guess you should control your fantasies a bit. I ,sometimes, tend to be like that too but, I made sure that fantasies are fantasies. Though, fantasies usually help us to be more courageous in expressing our feelings.

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3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-20 23:35 ID:ZpL3P6Zf

Of course, fantasies need to be controlled. Still, it's not as easy to me as just telling myself "this isn't real, stop thinking it is". I don't know how to make myself stop.

I know she is not interested in me and she never will be. Still, sometimes, on some level I manage to convince myself that "it's not impossible that she actually likes me" and start hypothesizing what could happen next... it hurts :/

4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-21 21:33 ID:81IxH5yi

i'm afraid i might lapse into this with a girlfriend who is emotionally distant

5 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-22 13:37 ID:HfEzHqlp

I had a crush that started in high shcool and lasted for 2 years, but continued to have an impact for 4 years (so in total, 6 years). I met some other girls and such, but I couldn't do anything because I wasn't "emotionally available"... actually, this might have spoiled a big part of the social side of my studies.

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6 Name: D : 2009-12-24 18:11 ID:eubgaHJi

Such a terrific topic for my psychoanalysis class... Anyway, I felt like that during high school, but, you know, time pass, you meet new girls, and you go on.

I still care for the girl of high school, but that's because she is my friend, not because I'm still limerecent with her.

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