Sometimes I think the “normal” people are just people you don’t know well enough yet. We talked about relationships with parents, and how many girls have “daddy issues.” I don’t have dad issues. My parents married at a young age, and have a successful marriage. However, neither Jessie or I would have talked about this stuff so soon without having the therapist as a soundboard. I spent five years seeing a therapist, so this isn’t strange to me.I wonder if that is part of the reason I am always trying to find the right person and why I feel like such failure when a relationship doesn’t work out. Jessie is currently in therapy, so it’s all good with her too.Despite this, she remains one of my nearest and dearest.On the other hand, even though Raoul is a close friend of mine, I have gotten to see a lot of his bad side (please take the following with a grain of salt, since I don’t trust myself to not be biased), including his (seeming) unwillingness to be affectionate even in a relationship he initiates.It's okay to be single at this point in your life, as many of us in our 20s are.With good friends by your side, who cares if you have a man in your life?I’ve known Christine for about close to ten years and I consider her to be my best friend and we both look out for each other as much as we can through an almost-purely online friendship.
I mean, she's your sidekick and thus, a reflection of you… You don't need clarification of whom your best friend is referring to when she's filling you in on all the family gossip.He’s been a great friend, and I know he’s a very kind person.We all have our issues and cope with life differently.He breaks off relationships before they get too serious to avoid the risk of abandonment.He’s built up this reputation for himself as “the player,” but I see past the façade.You both have been friends for many years but now things are getting more cosy between you two.