What do you regret telling someone?
The same thing I regret every time it happens.
I think my views on life are open and I consider that I am open to hearing new ideas, different views, so I don't hold back, and I express what I think and believe.
This frightens some people so I end up surrounded by people who are willing to discuss anything.
For most things I know my boundaries except when it comes to my feeling for the opposite sex.
If I like a woman, I will be attracted by a lot of things, how she speaks, what she thinks about things and her attitude to life and to a lesser extent what she looks like.
The think is if I like how her mind works then she is also physically attractive to me.
I see a beautiful woman in the street and yes I acknowledge her beauty but five minutes later I could not pick her out of a line-up if my life depended on it.
So I develop an attraction to a mind and all that goes with it and in a short space of time I just tell that girl I have feelings for her.
It has to be the worst trait a man can have and boy do I have it in spades.
Imagine a rabbit caught in the headlights of an oncoming car, well that is the girl and she does not know how to react.
As for me I instantly know I have made a huge mistake and know the consequences but I still do it.
God loves a trier, but I think I can be more appropriately described by the saying, "fools rush in where angles fear to tread".
Yes I regret it and thankfully it does not happen too often but I always feel I have lost a person who could have been a good friend, and as well as the loss of a love, I am more upset of the loss of a friend.
One of my New Year resolutions is to say nothing about my feelings , especially to a woman I like, until she hires a skywriter to tell me she loves me.
Hi, my story began in Germany. It was then that I wished that I said that it was not worth talking. I treat prostitution adequately. But my friends don't think so. The fact is that my girlfriend works in an escort agency, and most of my friends consider it bad, but I don't think so. I think that her work is noble, and the more I love her. But because of the reaction of my friends, I very much regret what I told them, I had to tell them when the time came.