Shall I just jump him, and then see where the cards fall and what, if anything, either of us does about the future, including keeping/abandoning the friendship?
Will this phase of "who am I, where am I going?" ever end? Will I be satisfied with the answers?
Is appreciating a person sufficient substitute for not loving them? Particularly if they love you?
Is not appreciating a person enough reason to leave them? Even if they love you?
Is being a 'mama's boy' more often than being 'my man' a deal breaker?
What does it take to cut up an ex-boyfriend into 300 pieces before packing him up in a bag and strolling out with a big smile? Do guys worry about things like that when they callously mess with their girlfriends?
How does the American populace choose the right American idol and not the right President?
How many of us would dump our current spouses never to look back in the event of a 'one-time-only-no-repurcussions-guaranteed' offer? For all those who raised their hands, what are the repurcussions, the fear of which keeps us together? Is fear a good enough reason to be married?
Would you give up your high-powered career if it meant having a person worthy of you in your life who loves you unendingly, passionately, completely?
Would you give up a person you love if it meant having your career reach dizzying heights of success and fame?
Will starting a new story/post/screenplay ever get easier? Or will I always look for things to do just to delay facing the blinking cursor on a screen?