Except for my last relationship, I have had somewhat of a trend dating guys who were, more, or less, entirely lacking in depth.
I have always been, what one would call, a "deep" person. I think deeply, and I feel deeply, and that's just the way I operate. Sensitive, and thorough, yes, I am both these things...
Back to the topic at hand, the sad revelation I've had, which is... For some strange reason I have comfortably found myself in romantic relationships with men who were neither emotionally, nor mentally as deep as I. Our relationship would consist of eating, sleeping, and sexually pleasing each other. A coexistence sans any mental stimulation.
My ex happened to be the deepest guy I've ever been with by a longshot, but he only thought deeply, and was rather lacking in the "Feelings/Emotions" department.
I wonder what it would be like to be with another "Philosopher Poet", would it be like fucking yourself? Would it be utterly exhausting, and therefore ultimately not worth it?
I guess I do view men like dogs, but in the best sense, that is that they're loyal, eager to please, and relatively simple.
I don't know what the point of this thread is, exactly, perhaps to ask for other's opinions on the matter, or perhaps more honestly to ask, is something wrong with this?
Can a relationship consist of, and persist with two NFs?