So – Here’s Where I’m At

I know I know – I don’t post enough. I have overcome some major hurdles at work these few weeks, so I can only hope that means a little more personal time for me. Which hopefully means, if any of you would like, more posts to come.

I will admit, as I think I had before this, that I isolated myself from the dating scene for quite a while. I had two very major relationships end in a hurtful manor about 5 and 6 years ago. Sadly, that was something I wasn’t really used to. For the most part, although hurt feelings may have been involved on either or both sides, up until then, I remained friends with most of my ex’es. It wasn’t that one or the other of us did any wrong, it was more that we had grown apart and one of us (usually him unfortunately for me) would realize we just weren’t right for each other.

So, since the last two men had really either “done me wrong” or hurt me more than I had ever been, I took a long, self-imposed break from trying to date. And, if you have read any of my blog, that is when I met Daddy J. That is when I was awakened to the submissive inside me. And weirdly, although it was something I had never experienced in that intensity before, I knew it was who I was meant to be.

I have tried to fight it plenty over the past 6 years, but I always come back to the fact that it is my inherent nature and I am so happy to have found myself. Even if it wasn’t in the way I thought I would.

So recently, I threw myself back out there – and I thought I met someone who may be a great, compatible person. Things were going well for a while, but after a couple of months, he just stopped contacting me. I was a little hurt and confused, but more than anything, I just wanted an answer as to why. I have very rarely been put in the position where I didn’t know where things may have gone wrong. I started to doubt even trying to put myself out there.

But, that was fleeting in a way. I then just rationalized with myself that he didn’t feel about me the way I felt about him. Yes, I would love to have the “data” to tell me what I could change or do better, but that was never to try to get him back. That data would then be used to do what I do even better for the next guy who may be lucky enough to be with me.

Unfortunately, many people have taken my curiosity the wrong way. Some people think I am jealous that he has moved on. But, truthfully?! I don’t want someone who doesn’t want to be with me. Who wants to settle like that? And I actually respect him (only a little bit) to go after what it is he really wants. I would have thought he would have been mature enough to actually communicate with me that he didn’t want me or he had met someone he wanted more. But, c’est la vie – he is who he is. And I liked him for that. And I wish him the best for where he goes next. Just one bit of advice? COMMUNICATE with the new “her” – or next time? YOU will be on the end that gets left behind 😉

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6 Responses

  1. amydpp says:

    I so know what you mean. My first relationship I’ve had since my divorce just went down in flames. And I needed to know why. He wants to move on, and I will. But that doesn’t mean you don’t owe me an honest conversation as to what went wrong.

    • Sex In BMore says:

      I didn’t even see flames! I just think he met someone he thinks is better for him – which – MORE power to him.

      I just think everyone deserves an explanation! The worst part is that I used to love just talking to him or reading what he had to say online and since this whole mess? I actually had to unfollow him cause it just annoyed me that he was still talking to so many others, but couldn’t say one word to me.

      His loss in my opinion, cause I still could have remained a good friend. Lesson Learned.

      Sorry you had to go through this too!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have to say, not only did I not know that you had been dating someone, but I am pretty impressed at how classy you you have been about how shitty it looks like he treated you.

    Not only are you not putting him on blast (like you should – hey please save the rest of us from this ass), but you sound like you don’t even dislike him.

    Most women, including myself, need to take a lesson or two, or twenty, from your class and maturity.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Truthfully? You sound like you might be a little too self-confident for most men. I bet they are super intimidated by you and don’t know how to handle you. Guys like me would think you wouldn’t want us cause you don’t really need us, ya know?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Disagree. As a man, I know that most men have low confidence and mask it by over-compensating. Keep being “too confident,” you’ll meet the right men that way.

    I really like your blog, just found it tonight.

    • Sex In BMore says:

      Thanks! I personally don’t think of myself as “too confident”, but I know who I am and what I want. Life’s too short to settle, even if it means I will remain perpetually single. Thanks for reading and welcome 🙂

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