While my sudden unspoken desire was to deepen our intimacy, Paul’s signals proved alternately encouraging then confusing.A promised lunch together that fell through due to sickness; a lingering smile at my door one day turned into distracted “gotta run, department meeting” the next.Perhaps these feelings are helpful in that they actually tell you that something needs to change in your relationship.But however it happens, finding you really liking someone else can be a delicious distraction or a serious worry.It may be their personality or the electric chemistry that both of you share.A bit of flirting can be harmless, but what if the infatuation grows over time and becomes an obsession?So, why should you devote your time and energy to romantic German phrases – especially when Germans have earned a less than romantic reputation worldwide?While there are plenty of “true” stereotypes about German people and their culture, many of the world’s more misguided ideas about Germans probably have their roots in World War propaganda. There are more than 100 million German speakers in the world, and most of us are quite happy.
When I was still learning the difference between accusative and dative case back in college, learning romantic phrases was not my top priority. That being said, let’s take a look at all the great reasons to focus yourself on these matters of the heart.
Do you like someone else even though you’re already in a relationship?
Sometimes, you may jump into a new relationship only to find that you don’t really like the person and like someone else.
“Don’t wait for your feelings to change to take action.
Take action and your feelings will change.” ~Barbara Baron Paul and I had been acquaintances for eight years.