Marry a person you love who had a person in her past life she slept with and cant forget or marry a person who likes you a lot and you dont feel...

Marry a person you love who had a person in her past life she slept with and can’t forget or marry a person who likes you a lot and you don’t feel any attraction towards her? Assume you can’t cheat, only divorce. And you HAVE to get married

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    how about you find someone you like who likes you back moron

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >how about you find someone you like who likes you back moron
      I’m getting old anon, I’m 27.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        it can happen very quickly if you stop farting around with shit that will not even start out a functional relationship

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >it can happen very quickly if you stop farting around with shit that will not even start out a functional relationship
          Which? Marrying the one I love who can’t get over the guy she slept with in the past?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            theyre both going to be miserable experiences
            the only one that might be worth it is the one who likes you, what is it you dont like about her

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >theyre both going to be miserable experiences
            >the only one that might be worth it is the one who likes you, what is it you dont like about her
            Everything which is why I don’t want her. That sounds like hell on earth. The former likes me but she has a hang up over the dude who she slept with and just used her. I’m just trying to put a ring on the one I like the most, I’m sure I can fill the void

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            no man, bad news
            find a new option

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The way it stands you can't see yourself be with either of them for one reason or another. Ditch both. No, you can't fix her.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I’m just asking, is going with someone who still has a hang up over someone she slept with and used her a bad idea? Is it really if I love her? I need perspectives here

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            yes it's obviously a bad idea

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Depends entirely on what "can't forget" means. Is she still pining for him, or she just has fond memories or won't ghost him?

            I’m just asking, is going with someone who still has a hang up over someone she slept with and used her a bad idea? Is it really if I love her? I need perspectives here

            This just sounds like she got hurt and has some bitterness happening. Is she actively trying to stay in touch with him, going to visit him, any of that bullshit?

            I've been happily married for 15 years and I still hear the occasional gnashing about how a certain ex-boyfriend was controlling and cheated on her within earshot. I don't mind that. She's basically complimenting me when she b***hes about an ex. But if she was still in touch with him, fighting with him on the phone or trying to carry on a friendship with him, that would be a problem. She also has an ex who became a good friend after the relationship ended, and I don't mind her being in touch with him, but she also knows not to try and expand that friendship or meet up with him.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >The former likes me but she has a hang up over the dude who she slept with and just used her.
            She still chose the guy and had sex outside of marriage, which enabled him to use her.
            She's not responsible for his actions, but she did willingly take on the risk and pick such a guy in the first place, and now she undeniably has the baggage of it.
            Don't pick either, OP.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Marry the one who loves me, so that she supports me in attaining my vision of life.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Superman got cucked

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    while you should ideally feel some attraction towards your marriage partner or at least not be physically disgusted by them, the "physical attraction" or being "crazy in love" part is actually secondary when it comes to marriage.
    Èros, the "lovers love" is what you have when you have a crush on somebody, or are in the early stages of a relationship, the proverbial "rose tinted glasses"...
    Its a good start, usually the spark that lights the fire for most romantic relationships....
    and its absolutely useless when it comes to a long-term arrangement like marriage.

    You see Éros is the type of love thats the most affected by a bunch of hormones going haywire in your body, this also means its the type of love thats most likely to decline or dissapear over time when those hormones have run their course.

    What you need for marriage is Philia, the "friendshiply love", its a lot more important in marriage that your partner is your "loyal best friend" before being your "lover".
    So choose whoever you feel more connected to on a spiritual level, not who you "love" (read: have a crush on) or think is "hot as fck".
    Basically ask yourself, "if they were average looking dudes, and you aren't gay so you aren't into them at all, who personality-wise would you rather have as a buddy that you wouldn't mind spending your spare-time with."

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    After her early 20s a woman WITHOUT a sexual history would be psychologically suspect.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Ridiculous nonsense that only encourages insecurity. Basically any supposed issue that it would signify would either be readily apparent well before you found out a woman was a virgin, or would be *better* dealt with by a woman who didn't sleep around than by a woman who did.

      Number one is hygiene or appearance. First of all, tons of men are troglodytes who aren't all that picky. So I don't think virginity is a reliable indicator of having been physically repellent even if a man were blind and had no sense of smell. But the vast majority of men do, and for those of us with standards, we'd be instantly put off by a 300 pound woman who evidently hasn't changed her underwear in 6 months.

      The most common and potentially severe mental illnesses are pretty much uniformly associated with more impulsivity and pleasure-seeking behavior--more promiscuity--not less. Depression, bipolar disorder, BPD, narcissism, histrionic PD...all generally associated with more promiscuity. The only one that comes to mind as negatively correlated is crippling social anxiety. And in this case, it's patently obvious what the issue is just from seeing how a person acts.
      A woman who has those issues yet isn't promiscuous has probably dealt with them in a better way than the norm, by being less impulsive or self-destructive. Or she just doesn't have those issues, because virginity isn't positively correlated with them.

      The only potential issues it could conceivably signify in any reliable way are (1) incompatible standards--i.e. she's waiting for marriage to have sex, and the men she meets typically aren't up for that, thus she's still looking for a husband who shares her values; and (2), she has impossibly high standards in men. No, waiting until marriage isn't impossibly high. I'm talking combinations of things that are vanishingly rare and thus would make it unlikely any particular guy is good enough for her.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Pathological fear of men
        Pathological fear of sex
        Pathological frigidity
        Pathological agoraphobia
        etc etc etc

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Pathological fear of men
          Readily apparent well before you find out she's a virgin.
          >Pathological fear of sex
          Possible. I wouldn't call this very common, and this doesn't tend to come out of nowhere, either. Sexual trauma is a major cause, and that's often because of a past relationship. But trauma (especially early in life) again tends to result in more promiscuity, not less.
          >Pathological frigidity
          Asexuals typically have sexual trauma, too, and they also explicitly don't frame their attitude in moral terms. What you more often see is them going along with sex unenthusiastically, not overtly rejecting it. Which can certainly be an issue, but neither asexuality itself nor their attitude in the bedroom is going to be reliably indicated by virginity.
          >agoraphobia
          Readily apparent, and in the same general category of social anxiety, even if you want to quibble over it being its own thing.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        In general a high body count is more indicative of mental illness in women than forever virginity. Lots of fairly normal women are older virgins, contrary to blackpill websites. Most are waiting till marriage or find it hard to find men attractive without an emotional connection first, but a lot of men these days assume the woman does not like him if she does not sleep with him by the second date

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The first one. I'm going to outdo him anyway, and the only reason she'll remember him is she'll remember that he cheated on her.

    Besides, I had a trainwreck of a romantic life anyway, I couldn't judge her on that.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The second one, I can gaslight myself into being attracted to her if I love her

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >And you HAVE to get married
    No, I don't

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why do you have to get married now? Why can't you wait?

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >likes you a lot
    >you don’t feel any attraction towards her
    this is exactly what women fall for. that relationship can actually survive.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I do not have enough schizophrenia to interpret this message.

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