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Forum Guidelines » Following up your posts and interacting with the forum » 12/12/2019 4:52 pm

Dan2015
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It’s amazing what a difference 4 years makes.   I remember when I first joined this forum, and the first few years of it ESPECIALLY the first few months I was on here.   There would always be interaction between the person who made the thread and the people that were giving advice,   That’s when this forum was at its best.  Sadly, it’s not like that anymore and I honestly don’t know how we can change it back

I don’t think there’s anyway to make people come back after they post a thread.  But it would be nice for them to show some appreciation


In general, I remember there would be at least hundreds of post on this forum a day.   Now we’re lucky to get 5 in a day lol

Forum Improvements Please! 📚 » How would you like to see the forum improved? » 12/09/2019 3:10 pm

Dan2015
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I haven’t posted in awhile.  Been pretty busy and forgot the forum.     I do feel, the board should be about more than just ex back.  But let’s be honest, unless if the forum finds more people who care about other topics.  This forum will always be about getting ex back.  I bet 95 percent of the people here are for it

Ex/Specific Person Discussion » Time limit » 9/14/2019 5:31 pm

Dan2015
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I’m sure it’s possible. I always hear people say having a time limit is never good.  Cause it’s hard to think good about your desire, especially when the “deadline” is there


But. I’m sure it’s possible.  I’m not really sure of any tips though.

Ex/Specific Person Discussion » Learning a lesson » 8/25/2019 12:22 pm

Dan2015
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Oh, I'm also proud of myself... when she said please don't text her, in the past, I would have tried to ask why, plead my case,etc but yesterday I just said "ok" and let it be, because as we all know, there's no amount of asking for reason,beggining,etc that changes things.

Ex/Specific Person Discussion » Learning a lesson » 8/25/2019 11:34 am

Dan2015
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I definitely know what you mean about social media.     It’s even worse that someone sent you the screenshot, I remember you mentioning this awhile ago.   I’m just glad that you seem back to yourself now, and it’s not a problem anymore

In terms of social media, I don’t think there’s anything worse(besides contacting the person and being needy) than checking our SP social media non stop   Not only is there a possibility to see something you don’t want to see, but if you aren’t in contact, it’s so easy to get the mindset “how can they be on social media/talk to other people but not contact me”.    There was a time period a few months back, that I would check my SP’s social media once a day(I’m not proud to admit it).   But I haven’t checked it at all since early July, I told myself to stop, that it wasn’t benefiting me at all. And then I stopped

Today, because of the text, I feel a little defeated, I feel so different than I have been the last few weeks,  but I can’t blame anyone but myself, since I manifested it.         Like you always say, I just have to preserve and keep going

Ex/Specific Person Discussion » Learning a lesson » 8/25/2019 2:59 am

Dan2015
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Cynthia wrote:

Well said. Other people can be very persuasive sometimes, but don't let them talk you into doing anything that is against your better judgement. Live in the end in your imagination with faith in your imaginal acts being creative and let the world around you change rather than doing anything overt to try to directly manipulate the situation. If you do something overt and it doesn't go the way you had hoped, it can really set you back and knock your belief and faith that you can have your desire and maybe even cause you to give up. It is much easier to avoid having this happen than to try to undo the damage caused by seeing or hearing something that you wouldn't otherwise have seen or heard and wish that you hadn't seen or heard.

This is so true.   Very few times does something good happen out of trying to manipulate a situation         Honestly, I can see how it sets people back, because right now I feel kind of blah.   I’m not giving up, but I honestly would have rather have been ignored lol    I feel no reply is better than a reply like that   

I know I’ll recover, but it’s just upsetting that I went against my better judgment, this all could have been avoided.    I know I can still manifest my desire, but this knocked me down a few levels. Because if I didn’t try to text her, I wouldn’t have gotten the “please don’t text me anymore”

This is more confirmation about what you say, never try manipulating reality.   Always do it in our minds and let it happen

Ex/Specific Person Discussion » Learning a lesson » 8/24/2019 10:42 pm

Dan2015
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I feel like no matter how long we’ve been doing LOA  and no matter how good we are at manifesting, we all have those moments, we say “why did I do this” and learn a lesson


For the first time in awhile, that happened to me tonight.     So my SP and I haven’t talked in 3 months. Besides a little last month   And I’ve honestly been great, no stressing, nothing   

I had no plans to initiate communication with my SP. unless if it was true inspired action(which this was not).   Well today, a friend convinced me that I should check on her     At first I wasn’t going to do it, but then I went against my better judgement and did it.    It’s funny, I even told my friend. “I don’t think it would be the right time to do it, I feel I’d just be bothering her”.     And I just ignored myself, thinking “maybe this will get us close again”

I checked up on her, with a pretty meaningful/nice message.    And she replied, it wasn’t the reply I wanted.  But the reply I expected.   She said “I don’t mean this with any disrespect, but please don’t text me anymore”

Honestly, I’m not mad at her or my friend, because this had NOTHING to do with them   It was ALL on me.    Honestly, if you have to question yourself before doing something ESPECIALLY with a SP DO NOT DO IT. Cause it will not go the way you want it to and it’s NOT inspired action, it’s us trying to force and control it

Cynthia and others are so right, when they say. You can’t control/manipulate a situation in current reality      Lol I bet so many people have similar stories to this.   Where they feel like they’re doing the right thing, being nice, being supportive, etc. and then getting the answer we don’t want.      But this doesn’t mean ANYTHING.  Just because this happened, doesn’t mean that I or anyone else that has a similar situation, can’t manifest what we want.  It means that we can’t control things in the outside world.  We need to have faith in ourselves

Help me align please... 🙈 » Long distance » 7/30/2019 2:12 pm

Dan2015
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Haha. But for the real young crowd.  This is pretty normal

I see your points though lol

Help me align please... 🙈 » Long distance » 7/30/2019 12:45 pm

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PrettyFlamingo wrote:

In the terms of long distance relationships you describe, where people meet on line, I'd argue it's almost impossible to classify it as a romantic relationship until there's been personal interaction and you're sure of feelings for each other. Until then it remains a possibility or a flirtation. Feelings can run high though as can anticipation, as I know from experience. When I met the guy in reality, I didn't fancy him at all, but he felt differently. This was a person I got chatting to on a history discussion board, so the initial contact wasn't with romantic intentions. He didn't look like his photos and we just weren't suited anyway. But we did keep in contact as friends (he is now married with three kids!). It's easy to be carried away with this type of thing. 

The old definition of a long distance relationship was probably meeting someone on holiday, or a partner taking a job in another country or region which is a different situation altogether.

I'd agree that anything is possible with living in the end of the wish fulfilled, but if the person is someone you don't know in real life perhaps more imagination and creativity is necessary to create exactly what you want? And of course there are many successes where people have met in this way and gone on to long lasting relationships, marriage etc. An interesting topic you've brought up here!

PF I see your point with the first paragraph     But I think it’s A LOT different with the newer generations    Like people who are 18-30.    Every generation has their “thing”.    But for people who grew up right in the digital age.  Meeting friends, romantic interests, etc online has became a norm.   I know A LOT of people who met off twitter, tinder, etc(whether they live close or far)  and they end up married or close friends

For people 30 and under.  Meeting people off apps have became almost as normal as meeting people in school, at work, at the gym, etc    I think it’s a gener

Help me align please... 🙈 » Long distance » 7/29/2019 6:10 pm

Dan2015
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I have a general question    I’m not sure where to put this

I know some people are against long distance, and might not think of it as a “real relationship”.  But with how the world is now, you can meet people all over the world, and easier than ever with social media      And as you know, once you start talking to someone, sometimes the vibes are amazing and it’s just special

So people may think it’s harder to attract a person, but wouldn’t the same simple techniques still apply?    It’s ojlt hard if we think it’s hard

I guess with most people, even if they want to do it.  They might have fears that the other person might not want to or they might be scared away by the distance.    But it’s like anything else, right?  It’s us pushed out.   So we have to get rid of any doubts     Even if the person mdvdr did long distance, we have to know for you, they will

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