I've met one new friend on an internet website who is a creeperWhy I call him a creeper? Because he called me on the phone a lot, and it's annoying.So I tried to avoid him because I think that he's a…Continue
"From your writing style you are not living in the US so what advice I may give regarding law may not be valid. However. Do not meet him for lunch or anything else to discuss this. You need to tell him the next time you see him, which should be soon…"
"Shoot straight with him. Quit being a nancy, and tell him to knock-it-off.
In that whole story, you never actually told him to get lost. You just sit there with your fingers in your ears hoping he'll go away. Clearly…"
"Just don't watch. Either porn videos or pics. Try to avoid.
Be with a real women! If it's not real, don't do it.
You'll know that you are back to normal if you have an erection just by look at an attractive woman."
"Thank you for your replying.
I know this guy online for a year. And had met in real life for probably 2 or 3 months. I thought it's okay to give a phone number to him. But it's not okay at all :(
He isn't seem to be a kind of…"
"I work for a publishing compant and several years ago we rejected a manuscript from a quite well known female novelist. I didn't reject it myself but one of my colleagues did and I am editorial director. I had nothing to do with the rejection…"
"Go out to lunch with him and ask him what is up.
Make it clear that he is crossing social lines and you are not happy with that.
If he is gay and interested in you, simply tell him "Thank you, but no thank you."
"Depending on just how scary he is: a) ignore him and hope eventually it will work; b) be straight with him: "I don't like the way you've been pursuing me. I don't want you to come to my house. I don't…"
""Consider the people you know that are married; or that are living with a partner w/o marriage. How long have the relationships lasted?"
I know unmarried couples who have been together for decades. My uncle is in his 70s and has…"
""And such a couple is usually married. A couple specifically avoiding marriage is an indicator of lack of commitment ... and thus lack of stability."
I suspect this varies from region to region and culture to culture. Where…"
"Consider the people you know that are married; or that are living with a partner w/o marriage. How long have the relationships lasted? Marriage is for life half the time, for decades much of the rest, and then there's the serial…"