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Date Posted: 09:23:09 01/24/06 Tue
Author: Alex
Subject: Re: how do you know when to make a move?
In reply to: Stef 's message, "Re: how do you know when to make a move?" on 14:15:05 01/03/06 Tue


Haven't been present for a while and it's nice to see so many subjects still working...

On this special one tho...

I have been in the same position for more then a couple of years now, and I still can't bare to say the truth. It is so hard to say it isn't it? I mean I think sometimes she knows, but the question (and with it probably the asnwer) just ... is just suspended in mid air amongst us... and u can't reach it, no mater how hard you tried. I guess the biggest risk is: will you loose each other if it ends, if she doesn't share the feelings? What if this and what if that and basicaly, just What if?... I think that is the thing that scares us the most.
I am sorry I can't say anything that will help your, well our case... but I do still stand behind the thing that the truth is, in most cases, the best choice. After that it's all guts and hope for glory.


>hey Julie,
>feel free to ask for advice, in case you feel like
>needing one... you can discuss it off the forum via
>email - maybe it's better... ;)
>yep, such decisions are probably the most hard ones in
>take care,
>>hey stef,
>>thanks for the imput ill consider it. Its just so
>>hard. decisions like these are a pain, but I guess
>>thats life.
>>take care,

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