Welcome to the latest installment of my new weekly series, A Thought for Every Thursday.
Every Thursday I’ll pose a question (or several) regarding a specific current event, a modern moral issue, or a philosophical conundrum. Instead of answering it myself, I’ll look to you for the resolution.
It’s all in good fun.
Here we go…
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This week, I’ve got two relationship questions for you. Both involve the complicated matter of people being hesitant when getting into new romances.
The first question:
You’ve met someone. You like them. A lot. So much so that you’re afraid of getting your heart broken.
The catch is; you’re not quite sure whether or not your feelings are mutual.
Which of the following are you most likely to do?
End the relationship now before they break your heart
Stay with them and take the risk
Try really hard to make them fall in love with you
And the second question, which involves skeletons:
We all have them in our closet. Maybe they’re childhood traumas, bad exes, fetishes, phobias, or *gasp* maybe even cats.
At what point during a relationship should someone let their skeletons out?
After the 3rd date
Before things get serious
The very moment things get serious
Lock the closet door and throw away the key
Well? What are your thoughts?
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Past ATFET’s are right here.
If you like these kinds of questions, try these on for size.
If you prefer something gentler, go here.
See you next Thursday!