I am here if you ever need someone to talk to. Thank you for the offer. Would you like to come over Sunday evening? Bring a couple of beers. Maybe have some food. What are the circumstances? I also got help by the way. Although it was too late cause I need to get stitches tomorrow, but they gave me antidepressants.
I would quite happily have a few beers with you and food to make sure you are alright. She wants to know, does he still care? Does he still need me in his life? In a romantic sense, not a platonic one.
I can always come round for beers and see how it goes? Not that I am dating anyone, but just thought I would make that clear. Yeah, beers, food, hang out and see how it goes. I will if I am alive?? I am an alcoholic after all, so I will see what I can do. In other words, you roughed up her feathers, because she wants to stick you in friends zone and get you to agree to be her backup plan.
Otherwise, you end up being their therapist or nurse. Let her family, her close friends and her doctors work with her. I hope you get well soon. Then you are in no state to be dating at all, me or anyone else. I am so fucking proud of you. That is a great, awesome response. That drove her up a wall.
The Michael Yon Story. Sales people test your willingness to part with your money and accept terms that are more favorable to them. Lovers and potential lovers test each other to see what the other person is made of. Setting healthy boundaries is part of any good personal and professional relationship. Being willing to enforce those boundaries, by walking away and never looking back if you are not treated the way you want and deserve, is sometimes necessary to communicate that you mean what you say, and are not bluffing.
People will love and respect you more, and give you what you want, if you mean what you say. If you allow others to walk all over you and treat you like a doormat, they will eventually see you as being worthless and unworthy of respect. Negotiating from a position of strength is always necessary to ensure that you get what you want in life and are treated how you want to be treated.