My advice to any attractive woman who is perpetually single is to look inwards rather than outwards with regards to blame for why you are single.
You have to lower your expectations and accept what life gives you. Your future may not have a Prince Charming but may have someone who works in construction or a bakery.
Life is what you make of it and if you are to be single or married the onus is on you and you alone to make it happen.
That came along with sobriety.
I’ve been sober for about 9 months now after decades of addiction problems.
I feel so much better physically and especially mentally, and along with that came self confidence that I haven’t had in years.
Aced a job interview and got a great job that I wanted, met an awesome lady and received some unexpected great financial news.
This sober lifestyle really agrees with me!
Very thankful and grateful!
Why did we build them if cyclists continue to skirt them and ride on the road or sidewalk? They are specifically for you! You don't see cars avoiding the roads paved for them...
I've never gotten along. Maybe it's the pack mentality or the need to control something w/ hierarchy as pet Owner. I'm not sure. But cats and cat people are so much better.
I ventured forth and posted my self on a dating site for post 60 yrs.
My profile was painfully honest, although my picture was 6 years old.
I have had coffee with four ladies, whose pictures were at least 20 years out of date ??? Nice ladies but everyone was obsessed with bucket list world travel desires...and also an obsession with yoga or "adventure sports"
What happened to honesty and realistic expectations ?
I guess I will stick to the library or a seniors club to meet someone, who is up front..honest.
Women always get so weird about them! Why? I'm the only one of my friends who is genuinely cool with my guy going to a strip club occasionally. And it's not just to be the 'cool' wife, it's just harmless. He tells me all about it after, he's not getting dances all the time, and he's not the weirdo showing up in sweatpants, and not getting off in those sweatpants, and he comes home to me ready to go. Thanks ladies! I mean, I do always start a conversation about whether they seemed to like their job or not, and ask how he would feel if they didn't - because, morally, I have huge issues if that's the case and think he should, too - but otherwise, there are worse things he could be doing, amiright?
Last week, I thought I was having a heart attack. I want to thank Vancouver Paramedics and St. Paul's Hospital for helping me during that scary moment. Stage 4 Cancer made my life "a complication".
I feel bad for my son, he is now more afraid to leave me alone; even my cat is now sleeping on top of me.
For all the people in my life and in my space... my heart is always with you and I love you more than you will ever know.
To all the people I don't know, I hope you have someone that loves you and is there during your scary moment. -- all the best for you.
The worst thing I’ve ever done in my life is give a fuck what other people think of me.
I moved to Vancouver over a year ago for work as there are more opportunities in Canada for a young working profession. I did not understand the dating culture here. My friends at work have a list of probably 20 items for a man. I keep on telling them that no man can meet that criteria and you must love with your heart and not your eyes. I do not understand why a mans job is so important and is often number one on the list. I could marry a baker or even a grocer if he loved me with all his being.
You must love with your heart and not your eyes and no list can ever compare to this.
Straight lives matter too. Thank you to all who support us.