The most true love I’ve ever observed are the ones who love as though they would die if they were ever forced to be apart. Empirically, this is usually not the case but in the perspective of the couple it may in fact be true. I got that vibe from your description of her but perhaps it was hyperbole. No offense was meant.
I never said you lack perspective. I’m sure you took your licking before you found her. You rebounded from poor relationships better than I and your reward is proportional to your faith in her love for you. These are just things I can’t do for myself right now. So…I am the one who lacks perspective.
I once took a licking from a failed relationship. It stung and I spiraled in to bouts of depression. We were engaged, soon to be married and the love just unraveled. It evaporated. She went nuts, like straight jacket crazy. I dumped her in the worst of ways. I took it hard. Hit the bottle. I had failed relationship after failed relationship for the better part of a year. I finally gave up and started working on myself and stopped caring and crawled out of my hole.
One day, I, went to a friend’s wedding. His ex girlfriend was there, with her boyfriend, who, ironically, was the best man. She clung to me the whole time. This seems less odd now, but was weird then. Her boyfriend even confronted me about it. I didn’t realize at the time, but she was going through a similar situation as me. I bumped into her a few months later and she came home with me. We clung to each other, had the penthouse forum sex and a quickly fell in love. We got married four years later and are still going strong 11 1/2 years later.
Point is, I couldn’t handle it either. I was in a bad place. So was she. We both said some things then that hurt but found each other and the peace and comfort we needed. I never knew what it was like to feel “right” with someone until then.
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Size anxiety is the mere response to viewing other males as a threat and the corresponding jealousy it causes. Realize that your feelings are a response to a perceived threat and the anxiety will disappear. My log: Big Booty Extravaganza (and Log)