Well you should confront him, and the best way to do is by being honest and telling him that you know what he did the other night and it made you feel very uncomfortable. You have to say something, by not doing so what you’re basically doing is letting him think it’s okay for him to do that, and next time you sleep over, if there is a next time(which I hope their isn’t) he’s going to do it again and maybe even go further. The sooner you confront it, the better it will be. <3
I love giving and receiving hugs, those real meaningful hugs. I love those type of hugs that really mean something. Those real passionate, tight, loss of breath, feel each others heart beat type of hugs. I love how hugs are so simple but are an important expression of affection. Especially those relationship hugs, where you can passionately touch each other and you can really embrace each others presence. People tend to forget, that by hugging someone you remind them that you care about them and missed them.A hug is a powerful way to communicate your caring for another person.
Hugs are the real form of simplicity and love. I love how “Couple” status is not a requirement for hugging a girl. Hugs can simply express compassion and caring you know? You can be there for someone in time of need, with hugs. Hugging makes you feel closer to the people important to you. A simple honest, sincere hug can go a long way. Hugs to me are a simpler way of telling someone you take interest in them, in their life and in their existence. Remember, to always respect the hug the other person gives; for it is like learning their language of love. <3
I've been seeing this guy for almost 2 months. Last night, I slept over at his house like I usually did. While I'm drifting to sleep, he would usually caress me and just rub my stomach or stroke my arms, but this time his hand slid "down there". I was startled by it because he knew I was sleeping, so it was without my consent. He and I don't share a very profound emotional bond yet, so it made me very uncomfortable. I don't know how to confront him or if I should confront him at all?
5 ways to love.
- Communicate, if someone is making you feel something, you should probably say something. It doesn’t happen often, so don’t waste something you crave so passionately.
- Love someone for who they are, not what you want them to be. Find someone who loves you for who you are, not what they want you to be.
- Cry when it hurts, it’s okay to feel. It’s perfectly fine to be sad sometimes. You can’t be so strong all the time. You’re not perfect, as much as we want to be sometimes.
- Don’t lower your standards, keep them high, don’t settle for someone that doesn’t deserve you. When the right one comes along, standards wont matter.
- Be true to yourself and your partner, because really when all else fails, it’s all you got in the end. <3
Do not have expectations. They will only set the bar too high, and most of the time, too high for reality to reach. Go in to things with an open mind, and hope for the best. It’s better that way. Your head and heart will thank you later.
Listen to yourself. No one knows you better than you do. Only you can accurately decipher your own situation. Your friends can give you advice, but in the end, trust yourself. At the end of the day you are all you have.
Be kind to everyone. In life you will meet many people. Some you hit it off with instantly. Old friends. New friends. Everyone. It is important to be kind to everyone. What’s the harm in having some new friends? Don’t be so territorial of your life. The more the merrier.
Learn to love yourself. How cliche is that? I hate to say it, but it’s true. No one will love you until you learn to love yourself. If you’re not happy with yourself no one else will be either.
Take time for yourself. Sometimes I think people are around other people too much. We require stimulation at all times, when we shouldn’t. Take time to do something you love. Draw. Walk. Read. Write. Give yourself some time alone to reflect of just chill out. It’s good for your brain and soul. Being alone once and a while is a good thing.
Learn to put the past in the past. So often we let the past live in our present. It weighs you down, and makes you look foolish. Learn to acknowledge your past and accept it, but learn and move on before it pulls you under.
Live, don’t exist. Get out of your bed and do something. Anything. There’s too much out there that we let pass us by. Fall in love, make new friends, do something new. Don’t be afraid to fall. You only have this opportunity once. Now go out there and make the most of it all. <3
Just because something didn’t work out according to the way you planned it, doesn’t mean it didn’t work out for the best. When things happen, they happen for reasons that we sometimes can’t explain, and sometimes because of the choices that we make. Nothing in this world is promised, lives that were just fine a day before can be broken, and people who were just with you can suddenly leave.
Life is hard to deal with because it is so unpredictable. You will never really know what is going to happen, until it actually unfolds in front of you. So don’t sweat the small stuff and never worry about what you can’t control. Learn to believe that God will fill your life up where you need it most, and continue to keep working hard towards your goal. Never give up. Blessings are often disguised as pain first. <3
Jeremy Passion - Suddenly
You’ve got a way of motivating me again, to take chances. Somewhere between sublime and out of my mind, my heart dances. <3
Love is the fusion of opposites in the understanding of feelings, thoughts, and attitudes. It is mutual tolerance, motivated by intense compatibility. True love has moved beyond the blindness of mere attraction. You have become enlightened, recognizing the strengths and weaknesses in the object of your love without being disillusioned or disappointed. True love is total adjustment to the other person, so that he or she becomes the most important person to you in the world. Love is motivation for communication, for it takes more energy to communicate than to copulate. Love is not possessive, for it has no need when two people are completely wrapped up in each other.
Love is not diminished because attractiveness disappears with age, and even though flaws that were hidden by youth become manifest, the relationship only becomes sweeter like wine left to age in a cellar. Love is not bitter or jealous. It is not anger and strife. Love never intimidates, never produces fear. It does not nag or possess self-righteousness. It does not superimpose personal viewpoints. It cannot be confused or misdirected. It is not immature or petty. It is not a bitter pill to be swallowed. True love never fails. When our true love is absent, he or she leaves for us a beautiful fragrance of memories, imprinting on our minds an aroma far sweeter than anything else we can imagine.
We are never tempted to wander, but to anticipate with bated breath our loved one’s return. The mutual trust of true love is stronger than tyranny, interrupted not by war, and exquisite pleasure in peace. Love scoffs at jealousy, cringes at pride, laughs at competition, never uses or abuses, and crushes the antics of the suave and sly deceiver. It is utter respect tinged with awe. It is admiration and deference. It is private, yet intimate. It is virtue dependent, yet produces phenomenal freedom. Love is beautiful and it is free. All in all, true love is a long conversation that always seems far too short.
I just wanted to let you know that your blog has helped me out so much in the past. Thank you so much, really. God bless you.
You’re more than welcome, but I need no thanks yous. My heart does truly feel good when I am been able to help people and even better when I get a message back letting me know that I’ve made a difference in their lives. If you ever need anything I am always here, without hesitation. God bless you always. <3