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@Dating123 when you find out how to cut off those feelings whatever they are please do let me know I met a lovely guy two years ago and I am unable to get over him.
We met when he was just about to move to start a training course to related to his career and he doesn't do ldr.
Studies have shown that as many as one in five relationships today begin online, it's hard to turn down odds like that.
Now I've got to know him and his situation I realise why he said he was only looking for 'non serious dating' , he really can't commit but he has admitted this feels serious Like you I wonder if the uncertainty is adding to the intense feelings we both have.
I think I have denied my feelings up until now and put that time down to being a fling and no more. It can't last as he isn't a UK National and doesn't want to settle here permanently.
I feel like it's love as he feels like my best friend and lover, I've never felt anything like this before.
I could feel myself falling in love and wanted to stop seeing him before I found myself utterly heartbroken. I blocked contact (later regretted it) and tried to move on asap. But have never had such an intense short-term 'thing' like this before.
I felt very at ease with him and we could easily chat for hours. However, due to several reasons I had to break it off with him. Was married for nearly 15 years so know the feelings of long-term love.
Relationships transition from the first strong flush of attraction, lust, infatuation and desire to one of longer-term companionship (which doesn't mean to say there isn't still attraction and desire still there but it is less at the forefront) and you never got to that stage.