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But as the days turn to weeks and weeks turn to months you start to notice those pesky little red flags in the back ground.You realize it's been six months and none of your new found "friends" even know you exist, all the while the other person is immersed in your life.They know your friends, are comfortable in your home.They have been to your office and even met your family and then it dawns on you that you are but a mere ghost in their life. It's in that exact moment you realize you have over invested yourself.But at what point in the sequence of time do you realize as much as it feels good, it's not going anywhere?How do you walk away from something that feels so wonderful?When you first meet someone new and start forming a bond, your feelings take over your brain.There are so many euphemisms out there for this process I can't even begin to list them all.
As feelings progress and times spent together start to forge together building a bond between them, their hearts take over where the mind leaves and a budding relationship begins. Let me be clear, I am not talking about a marriage.I am talking specifically about a dating situation only.Your knees get weak, your heart pounds and like a silly teenager, you actually get butterflies in your stomach every time you see them.You communicate very well together, can have intelligent debates and while you have enough common ground, there are also enough differences in lives, backgrounds, and hobbies that there really never is a dull moment.
You have put yourself out there 100 percent, and the other person hasn't given you even 5 percent.