Julissa's Ideal Date: "I Love a Guy's Guy"
Adrienne tried online dating this episode, but I don't know if it's for me. I would be skeptical of everything! People can make themselves whoever they want to be over a computer, and that's all I would be thinking about in the back of my mind.
My favorite way to meet guys is definitely through a mutual friend. If my friend is introducing me to someone it's most likely because she knows enough about me to think the guy and I would make a good match. Plus your friends are going to have your best interests at heart, so they won't try hooking you up with a loser. LOL.
What's my type? I love a guy's guy! I like to play my role in the relationship, as the woman, and have the man play his. My career forces me to be my own boss at times, so it's nice to be in a relationship with a man who is secure in who he is and takes the lead.
When I was dating L.J., he had a lot of qualities I loved. He was my ideal man at that moment, and I thought we would only get better with time. But people grow apart, and there's a lesson in everything.
When I ran into L.J. on the street, I hadn't seen him in at least two years. Our breakup was hard, because we weren't just boyfriend and girlfriend—we had plans to spend a lifetime of marriage together.
Now I'm over L.J. and what we had, no matter what Angie says. But it's always something you're going to think about, running into the person you thought would be "the one." There's always gonna be love there for them, even if you're not in love with them.
I met L.J. for drinks because I was hoping we could come to an understanding where we realize everything is in the past. So that when we run into each other from now we can be cordial and not have it be weird.
I had no idea the major changes he's made in his life. I'm not sure if L.J. would've changed if we would've still been together. Sometimes it takes losing things in life to appreciate them. Still, I'm happy for him and the place he is now. I feel we finally have closure, especially after so many years of avoiding each other. Now we don't have to worry about people coming up with conclusions as to what they think our relationship is now.