Just my thoughts...

Just my thoughts...
The randomness that is I

Friday, June 24, 2011

Day 8~Do you think you can be in love with two people at the same time?



I didn’t used to believe that. I thought that if you were really in love with someone, there was no room for anyone else.

What I have learned (and believe I’m experiencing right now) is that you are attracted to different things in different people and can very well be.
When I ended my most recent relationship, the love I felt for him didn’t end. I just accepted that our situation wasn’t ideal for what we both wanted.

I began talking to a friend again, with whom I’ve had a close friendship with for several years. We talk several times a day and have always flirted with each other. I’ve always loved this guy too, it was just more of a loving friendship, now it seems to have kicked up a notch.

I find myself thinking about him more than I probably should now, but then again, I AM single…

I guess you're saying rebound feelings, right? Remember, I loved this dude before the previous two relationships ever began. Never thought I had a chance with him. Still don’t know if I really do. I mean I know he loves me. He tells me nearly every time we talk. But love and IN LOVE? Two very different things.

If I had to make a choice to leave one or the other completely alone right this second, I don’t think I could.

*shrug* Time will tell…

3 comments:

LeeLee Aint Msbehavin' said...

Thats the way im feeling right now

Sweetness said...

I love the guy I'm seeing. I'm in still in love with someone else. (I hate to admit it!) I'm still trying to sort out my feelings. I know, I love them both but for different reasons.

Wordz Matter said...

You most certainly can be in love with two people at the same time and exactly for the reasons you stated. You love different things about each one of them.

For the friendship/relationship scenario that is growing...just remember that you are single...and as a single woman, you have the right to experience different things and relationships with others WITHOUT feeling guilty...and above all else, try not to limit you options. Be willing to explore this opportunity as far as it goes.