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I have been doing some thinking and I've come to the conclusion that I need to take a temporary break from book blogging. NOTE: Any tour stops that I've committed to will be honored. I have decided that I want to combine my love of books, blogging, knitting, movies digital photography and life in general into 1 blog so that I don't feel so overwhelmed. Right now I feel like my book blogging is a job, I already have one of those. My plan is to come back in the near future with a new blog and a new plan.

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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Guest Post ~ Love 2 people at once?

Hello everyone! 'tis I...Today we have a guest post by Ariel of The Librarian's Bookshelf.  The "million dollar" question is...can you love 2 people at once?  Enjoy!

Is it possible to love two people at once?

Well obviously it is, because we love multiple people in our lifetimes. Our parents, siblings, and friends – we love them all.

But is it possible to love two different guys at once?

I’m starting to think that it is.

I know, sounds like something out of Twilight, right? In reality, it can happen everyday. It’s happening to me right now.

There was a boy last year about this time. He was sweet, funny and the type of guy who buys you random gifts just to show he cared. We dated for a while, but our religious differences became too much to handle. Breaking up with him was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. As weird as this may sound, I never truly got over him. I moved on, and life has been perfectly fine since. But I never stopped loving him.

Then there’s another guy who I’m sure has no idea how I feel. After all, we’re just friends. (A Computer Science major tends to have a lot of guy friends.) As much as I would love to tell him, I know it would ruin our friendship. And so I stay silent.

I realize this sounds lovesick and depressing, but honestly it’s not. I’m actually okay with being single right now. I know God will work things out, and until then I’m happy with loving whoever needs it.

1 comment:

Kristi said...

What makes you think he doesn't share the same feelings?
Or maybe you could do ask him out for a casual dinner date to discuss school? God provides opportunity but you have to do a little work too :o]
I'm glad you're friends with him but if you think your 'in love' with him, which this post is about then I think maybe you should do something a little risky.... Go for the dinner date, tell him you like him more than friend (I'd wait for a date first just to feel things out) I don't know where you live but is there any attractions like Central Park or someplace you could go for a walk, bring a little picnic, go to a party together.... the options are limited.
I say, God's given you the oportunity... he's put him in your life, now it's up to you to do something about it :o]
Let me know how it goes!!!!