Outgrowing and growing up

I work two jobs, have a dog, and also have a great group of friends and family that I thought "kept me busy." I recently ended a significant friendship in my life because I realized this person crossed so many boundaries . So I decided it's best for me to focus on myself and my life without being shamed for it. Now that I have done this, I feel like I have a lot more time on my hands. I want to meet someone I can date and focus on my interests. It's time for me to focus on my growth and the healthy relationships I have. This isn't entirely easy, because I grew up around drama and negativity, but I know I can do it.


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U Sound

Jul 18, 2019 at 12:19pm

Like a smart person.
Give me a buzz sometime.
I too am looking to start fresh.
Life is too short not to be truly happy.

May I say something

Jul 19, 2019 at 6:27am

Without trying to offend you... this sounds like a typical "I've done everything right, the other person did everything wrong, but because I am the good person in this, good things will come to me..."
That is REALLLLLLLLLY not how life works.
I only write this is a caution. Life comes at one fast. Live long enough and everyone finds out why the cliche "life is hard" is a cliche.

Free Swoon

Jul 21, 2019 at 12:50am

I think stress can get people to evoke what they're used to growing up or what's familiar. I think that's almost everyone though. You honestly sound like a wizened woman and I find that unequivocally sexy. I'd hope to cross paths with someone like you!

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