Posted: Jun 16, 2013 2:50 pm
by mindhack
I Punch Your Face wrote:
mindhack wrote:
I Punch Your Face wrote:
mindhack wrote:
Friendships in terms of sincerity seems a pleonasm to me.

It's a slippery slope you've constructed.

It's easy to go from; women are not often sincere in their friendships, via, women are incapable of having sincere friendships, to ultimately, women only use people and are therefore not to be trusted.

It is what it is.

Maybe for you it is.

Do you experience feelings of jealousy quickly?

No, not for a very long time. I don't find it helpful. How about you?

It depends on the quility of the relationship involved, with trust playing a keyrole.

I've been with the same woman for over ten years and only experienced jealousy during the first few years, when trust was under construction upwards.

Trust is equally important in platonic friendships, though there're different consequences involved when violated. I can imagine if someone doesn't trust women in general developing a friendship with one of them can be hard to imagine.