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I haven't even talked to him personally but I feel like I'm starting to obsess about him. You can’t will obsessive thoughts away; that just makes them come back stronger. Perhaps this is a good place to share with you a quote from Pearl S. (Do they still have you read The Good Earth in high school? In other words, your job is: (1) to not go out with “this guy;” (2) to replace him in your life with other things; and (3) to replace obsessions of him with your thought plan.
I see him every day and I just can't stop thinking about him all day long.
And you showed someone that you liked them by asking them to be your date for the dance. Lo and behold, who should ask me, one earth-shatteringly exciting day, to be his date to the Saturday night dance? Breathlessly, I ran to my parents’ room and relayed the uber-exciting news. Because my parents wanted me to marry a Jewish man, I was only permitted to date Jewish boys.
Mark Messner was “that guy” when I was in high school, back in the 1980’s. In my Jewish youth group, we had dances on Saturday nights. ” Now, there is one fact I have neglected to mention to you, my dear readers. His stepfather was Jewish, hence the Jewish name, hence his entre into the Jewish youth group, and hence the swooning Jewish girls.