| khivey wrote:|
At the end of the day, it is a matter of whether you know about it or not. What you don't know won't hurt you. If he wants to go, he will. I don't like to be told what I can and can't do. My man better trust me and know that he is the only one touching this. Simple as that.
In response to the long distance relationship...I don't take those too seriously until the distance is gone. I want to believe he is doing right..but at the same time, you really don't know unless you are around.
This is the way I look at it .. I lovvve Sala dancing and sure men ask you to dance in these clubs ... Salsa itself is very sexy. :)
If my bf breaks his foot and can't dance with me .. he would say 'umm I don't wanna have to hobble in there on my crutches and watch .. but you go and have a good time.' :)
Now .. if he were to say 'No, I do not want you to go to Salsa club without me (too many men will be hitting on you and dancing sexy with you) etc' ... I would look at him .. 'ahhh EXCUSE ME?'.
See .. that would be the beginning of the end of the relationship because:
- nobody is going to control my movements (even my parents had to stop that when I grew up)
- I would never be with a jealous, insecure guy that would be 'worried' about me
- I don't have to go to the Salsa club to run into a guy that wants to go Boom Boom with me. Hee hee! In fact .. I can name several guys right here in my building for that.
- If he can't trust that I can go to the club and dance without wanting to get involved with a guy meet there .. we don't have a real relationship.
I would never be with a man that would try to tell me where I can go so no, I would never try to tell a guy where he can go. :O
(shrugs) He can do anything he wants. (of course, if he messed up .. he knows the relationship will be over so ... it's his choice.)
Edited by Printer_Ink - Dec 29 2013 at 7:59am