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    Not me, I've got plenty of emotion already. I'm drawn to NFs when they have sparkly eyes, big boobs, a cute voice, and enjoy hugging me.
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    I imagine for a male F this must be true and especially frustrating that emotionally wounded females seek them out so much. (that's if he wants a deep relationship with a woman)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    Yep, totally. This has been my experience. And it's not like I wasn't into the relationship, or I should say, *potential* relationship, at the start. Because I was.

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    But I'd realize eventually that they weren't really into ME at all -- they liked how I made them feel. Could have been anyone else out there as well, who could have fulfilled the same role - so the fact that it was me in particular didn't matter a whole lot. They just needed someone like me, at that time. So, once I would realize that, I'd end the 'relationship'.

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    Yep.
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    The first time you walk away (or get trampled on) it hurts, but once you take the first step to taking care of yourself and make yourself pull the plug on your addiction, it gets SO MUCH easier the next time to end things. And you can end things before they get too deep or not get involved at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    I imagine for a male F this must be true and especially frustrating that emotionally wounded females seek them out so much. (that's if he wants a deep relationship with a woman)
    yeah...i was going to say the same thing. i'm sure it happens all the time with a guy... but...i've never experienced that situation.

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    When we want a relationship, it's usually with someone emotionally mature who at least can handle their emotions. We can deal with internal wounds when in a relationship, but emotionally hurt people can't open up to a new relationship.

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    Yeah, I think that's the case. I was once the guru of my little circle of friends as a teenager. I didn't mind helping them out.

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