Dating him again
I’ve given almost everyone a second chance, and sometimes it ends up being really worth my time.However, even I have to agree that sometimes it’s just not worth it.
You’re taking the right steps when it comes to opening yourself up—you’re willing to put yourself out there and you’re letting your last relationship be a jumping off point to help determine what you want in a partner.
Your past isn’t holding you back, but rather, it’s propelling you forward and enabling you to make a deeper, more significant connection with a significant other in the future.
With this in mind, it’s important to keep putting yourself in situations that push the envelope and enable you to engage with new people.
Yet he is: Kind, Sweet, Understanding, Loving, Caring, Poetic, Protecting, Adorably Corny, Experienced yet Gentle, Persistent yet Slow, etc etc..PERFECT boyfriend. He kissed me today on our date (first kiss - I told you I was a prude)...
Yet because of this social status thing, I get CRAP about going out with him. " -look of shock and disgust- "Ew, that's gross." "Do you know what he did? and I am holding his hand tomorrow in front of everyone at school. Kayla, The best thing to do is to ignore what others think.There’s giving people a second chance, and then there’s just wasting your time – there is a difference.