I decided to end my "relationship" with someone I saw for nine months. We both have the same hobby, and seeing him there has been stirring both negative and positive emotions. I don't want to give up the hobby. I could handle the negative emotions - because that's what you're supposed to feel - it's the positive ones that are doing me in. How can I get past them? [more inside]
I think my relationship is bad for me but I'm so deeply in love that the notion of ending it seems unbearable. I can't figure out how to decide which way to take it. [more inside]
Another question about my LTR: how much should I try to give another chance to my potentially EUM partner? [more inside]
Supposed to be getting married to my long-term girlfriend, developing feelings for someone else, unsure of how to proceed.
Help me think clearly about a potential offer for a job I'm ambivalent about. [more inside]
I really dislike exercising and I'm finding it increasingly difficult to motivate myself. After reading this
comment I realized part of the problem is I'm ambivalent because I'm not really convinced exercise does much for me. Help me convince myself otherwise. [more inside]
How do I get over my ambivalance about relationships or should I? Can I? [more inside]
My boyfriend of 3.5 years doesn't want to live with me yet, and I'm incredibly hurt by that. Please help me think about this in a more constructive way, and help me move on from toxic thoughts about his lack of desire to live with me. [more inside]
How to deal with ambivalence in a romantic relationship? [more inside]
I recently broke up with a guy and now am considering asking if he'll take me back. Thinking my way around issues of the heart never works for me. But sometimes I can't feel my way around them either. [more inside]
How do I fall back in love with my girlfriend? [more inside]
I'm posting this as myself because my S.O. doesn't read ask.mefi, and even if he does, he's aware of the problem anyway.
I'm very ambivalent about getting married. Our wedding is three months away. We've been together for three years. We share a house we just bought a few months ago, but either of us could afford to live in it alone. We have no kids. [more inside]
What is the ideal word in the English language that means torn between two equally wonderful/terrible things
? A friend of mine suggested yesterday this word was ambivalence, but I am not satisfied with that. [more inside]