posted on May, 30 2013 @ 11:59 PM
reply to post by Another_Nut
I will start by saying I don't know you. I don't post often enough on ATS but I've been reading here a long time. I've seen many "nuts" come and
Judging by your original post, I, at first, assumed you were writing poetry. As I continued down the page, I discovered you were serious in your OP.
I'll say, chasing her, isn't a good idea. You sound unstable.
Piggybacking off of people across the country to reach a woman who left you, as you said, for obvious reasons, is a terrible idea. I'm just assuming
here but considering you need help with gas and food means you don't have a job. This to a woman, a man who can't hold a job, is a serious problem.
Have you hit rock bottom due to this and perhaps drugs? Statistically speaking, these are two of the most common reasons people hit rock bottom
(laziness or drugs). I'm not saying these are the ONLY two reasons (I've hit rock bottom from reasons outside of the two I mentioned) but,
reiterating, those are the two most common. You instability leads me to believe it may be one, if not both of the two most common cases. Perhaps your
instability stems from the break-up, this is possible (but unlikely) due to the reasons I just mentioned.
I can almost guarantee that if you somehow managed to find her she would look at you like a legitimate nut-job and this would likely make things worse
(restraining order?). Stay home, wherever that may be, deal with your emotions like a normal and reasonable man. Don't react immorally or illegally
(or stupidly). Breaking up sucks, especially with someone you love or are in love with, but it happens and the feelings as a result are completely
normal. The pain is severe (I know ...) but in a majority of cases it makes you a better person. Why? Simple. If it was the person who you were meant
to be with, you wouldn't be dealing with what you are now. If you feel like this is the person you were meant to be with, you would stay home and get
your # straight and prove to her you're the man she's meant to be with (not chase her halfway across the country on a strangers dime).
Learn from your mistakes. Quit being a pussy. Stop talking to her about it, BE about it.
edit on 31-5-2013 by Still Naive? because: Uh huh