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Looking over his shoulder...

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  • On:Tuesday, May 29, 2007 10:43:47 PM
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    She trustingly let her self drift ever closer into his arms ... as she slowly but surly sunk his soul deeper and deeper in her eyes and her embrace ... as he completely let go of all of his defences ... she embraced him more ... relaxing her head softly over his shoulder. As her eyes leave the safety of his face, they shine once more to see who's watching.... As she notices the sparkle of interest in a nearby predator ... she smiles softly in agreement, or maybe invitation.

    It puzzles me at times when some people who seem to be content in a relationship, yet still pursue others. As if they're in a race to conquers as many as they can.

    I keep seeing these issues happening just about everywhere I turn my head. What drove me to write about it is that I see it growing at an alarming levels. It feels like people in relationships appear to be continuously in an attempt to prove that they're better than other people.

    Sure, they would justify as, "when push comes to shove, they won't do anything" but why even get there? Why even open the window to such ideas and opportunities?

    In the past, I remember how some older women used to sit around and talk about how a guy was picking on a girl. And the first thing they would say, "She must have given him an eye (or a face)" as an indication to someone giving the approval "nudge" that they're "approachable"

    Just like animals in heat produce an odor, a look, a color, a behavior to attract possible mates. So do human beings. They are attracted to gestures, movements, smiles or behavior. These gestures might easily be misinterpreted.

    It's the job of everyone to make sure that others are completely aware that they don't have the least amount interest in finding additional mates. Sometimes, even people who make it very clear, they get misunderstood at times.

    But there are those who're extremely professional in playing around the edges. They enjoy the game, the interest, the temptation and sometimes feeling that they've risen above the temptation. I don't know what kind of satisfaction does that hold, but it's one sick unfair game...

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    • nido
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    • On: 5/29/2007 11:46:44 PM
    I thought it's a post about the pictures you've taken from yr trip! :p Hope you had a long relaxing weekend:)
    As for those who "still pursue others", I don't think they are satisfied by their partners or let me say that no matter how much attention they get, it's never enough...
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    • sam
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    • On: 5/30/2007 12:21:07 AM
    when i was little and naive i thought that a marriage or being in a serious relationship is a sacred entity that no one sways away from, and that all those movies that portray this are a figment of someone's imagination. but lo and behold, I grew up and was proven wrong over and over and over again...
    Being in a relationship means being committed to the one and only--your mate. It is either lack of satisfaction, or lack of trust that might lead a person to persue another relationship.
    The thing is that, if one lacks satisfaction in a relationship, it is ethical to first tell the partner, quit the relationship, then persue another. If the problem is lack of trust, it means that one party is violating an essential element in the relationship, and the reaction is looking out for other options out there. The latter happens usually as a reaction to a sense of failure in the relationship as a whole.

    However, doesn't being in a relationship mean that both have made a decision of being committed to one aonther, and accepting the ethics of commitment?? If a relationship lacks that essential element in it, then why be part of one?
    Well, I believe that no woman does this unless she feels insecure, I’m not blaming the partner as well, it’s a little complicated, it’s like one of those things that you feel that even the people who love you best can’t always give you what you need, although they love you truly, maybe in the very way they would want to be loved if they had their druthers, but that doesn’t mean they love you the way you want to be loved, or give you what you need most of all. And that’s when they start pursue others.. it’s not that I accept such an action, god I got goose bumps just thinking about it, but I’m just trying to analyze it.  
    I agree with Maioush, ladies tend to look out of the relationship for other possiblie patrners, if they feel that they might not be with the current person for ever. but again she might be the one to balme to that ( or not).
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