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what if our levels of emotional investment are not matched?

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I know you won't care, though, because you're so Think about when someone exclaims, "That's so cool!

" -- whether it's regarding a new i Phone gadget, a self-plotted road trip through France, or a mini horse guiding the blind.

About a month later, we had a vague relationship talk (he asked something along the lines of whether I considered him my boyfriend) and thereafter considered ourselves exclusive.

He is not the type of dude I usually go for, and this is a refreshing change.

Throughout most of my 20s (for 8 and a half years), I was in (what I now have come to acknowledge as) an unhealthy, co-dependent relationship with a man-child artistic type.

This new dude is very independent, has travelled the world, has strong family values, loves his job, and is equal parts nerd and jock. His longest relationship was three months.) While New Dude and I do have good conversations and a similar sense of humor, we do not share the same depth of intellectual connection as did my ex and I — this intellectual connection was one of the major initial factors in us hooking up.

(like, at all), I'm unapologetically perturbed by the idea of group bedroom play, and I'll still drop anything to go to a Hanson concert.

He also knows I have real feelings, thoughts, and opinions -- yeah, those big, scary, real things -- since I've learned the importance of sharing and discussing them openly.

I was also spoiled by the Ex (a three-year remove has allowed me to acknowledge some of the positives of our failed relationship) in that he was extremely articulate and communicative.

He sent me daily, multi-paragraph emails full of cute details and in-jokes.

aforementioned Cool Girl qualities: I wear stilettos and love fashion, cook extravagant meals, exercise daily, and always have a slew of books on my Kindle; I also sit bar-side with the guys and eat my weight in nachos, all while quoting Stewie Griffin or shouting, "Gronk spike!!!

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