I fell in love with a married woman.

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  1. pushing_wins

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    "dumb white guys" - wendy deng murdoch
     
  2. SoBad

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    Love can be cruel sometimes. I was in this platonic rectangle with another guy and two girls - we'd basically sleep in the same room for days and nothing ever happened.
     
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    There is no such thing as love at first sight man...

    That is a nonsensical myth. I freaking took a class where we went through about 12 or something myths about love and relationships.
     
  6. r2473

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    very progressive

    i would have skipped the lecture and just signed up for the lab
     
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    The class was something like love sex and romance in mass media.

    It was actually a cool class, because we had discussions around the class and watched video clips, etc.

    Definitely a worthwhile class to take.
     
  8. r2473

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    did it cover the all too common problem of sexy married women falling for math nerds?

    .....don't tell me, you were screwing one of the girls from class and missed that day i'll bet. now its coming back to bite you in the ass.
     
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    Plus, he would now have been in a position to give some sound advice to the OP.
     
  10. ninman

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    I honestly cannot believe you guys are still talking about this, I thought this thread would have been dead about 5 pages ago.

    My friend's advice, stay away from her. He said she was crossing the line in her actions and that is not something you want to be involved with.
     
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    You keep telling yourself you'll get over it. But deep down you still feel bruised, dejected, angry, sad, thirsty for some unlikely breakthrough. She "friend zoned" you right after you went all-in on your lust. It will take some time to get over that. Temptation, second-guessing, what-if, wishes about different outcome, fantasies/dreams/nightmares about her secret "garden", etc will come at some point.

    If you think about it, she brought nothing to catch your interest and she brought problems that you would not want to have any part of. She didn't earn your interest and has nothing to offer you beyond her smile or fake aura. You fell for a mirage, basically. If you look at it that way, it should be easier for you to accept being a fool, but that you'll take this lesson and be wiser the next time. Good luck.
     
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  12. Venetian

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    There's no such thing as myths man. I took a class...
     
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    I am not even sure that class exists. I was in a seminar where we discussed the issues of race and class in a lot of depth.
     
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    There is no such thing as seminars man...

    That is a nonsensical myth. I freaking took a class where we went through about 12 or something myths about seminars.
     

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