Posted by Berzerker
@Sassykiwi i dont know it feels weird to me if you have to force the romance to keep going, like that thing 'building a relationship', it feels like a job
Posted by EmhendoPosted by SassyKiwi
If you're encountering such people in your life, it is a reflection of yourself, of what you attract, the vibes that you give off. The superficiality around us is only mirrored by the superficiality we give off.
Nope, not me...
I'm talking to the betas.
My dating life is SPLENDID. I don't know what you talking about - tell that to men that bought their girlfriend's a bunch of butter and she ain't butter.click to expand
Posted by aquarius09Posted by Black-MambaPosted by aquarius09Posted by Black-MambaPosted by aquarius09Posted by Black-MambaPosted by aquarius09Posted by SagicornPosted by aquarius09
A pair of my heels cut my skin. I was assessing my wound when he walked in. He asked if I was okay. I lied I’m okay. He goes out (didnt tell me where he was going) and comes back with antibiotic bandaids and the liquid sealant aid (in case the band ones are no good for this wound). How considerate and touching! 😍 I’m in love.
So thoughtful, love the men who think like that. Without many words or even explanations they just know the right thing to do
This is the kind of man women should go for. The one who feels admiration and respect for you, not just lust. It’s through years of being single (true sense as I was preoccupied with establishing my career), patience and upholding my standard that I finally came across a gem.
As I said in some other thread, that gems are rare to come across. They are the needles in the haystack. Losers are on every corner. Just stick to your standards and don’t get impatient.
Ooooooo don't put words out there like this
The universe will test you
What looks like a gem just might be hard rock
Your ego might be your underdoing
I’m not one to drop easy praises and I’m also not easy to please. If I’m saying this about the guy, obviously I’ve tried and tested the dude. Nor am I one to go crazy over a guy in couple months. I’ve known him a while. He’s not some random I’m dating. LOL.
Don’t even get me started on the tests and the investigative work. I’m very meticulous when it comes to matters of my heart.
What kind of tests?
This is DM material. It’s machevillian and I’ll get butter for it so I won’t disclose it. But I think every woman should do what I do. LMAO.
Im very curious
Hit me up
Okay. I’ll message you privately but keep it to yourself?click to expand
Posted by SiriusPosted by MyStarsShinePosted by SiriusPosted by -sierra-Posted by SiriusPosted by -sierra-
i'm so sorry.. what a terrible man... i hope he'd stay far away from you and that you're around loved ones
Yes I had to leave my place and move in with family until I get a new place, he has no idea where I am now. I’m hiding until my court date.
yeah it's best that he doesn't know where you live.. did he show any signs of being violent or abusive in the past? how long have you known each other?
He was never physically abusive
He did argue but I didn’t pay attention to it
He was pocessive and jealous even more towards the end.
2yrs in a half exactly
We lived together half a year.
Did your children live with him also?
I was never ready to let my kids meet him. They never met him. They only knew that I dated someone but never knew him personallyclick to expand
Posted by FantamRooster
I wouldn't say I've completely gotten rid of my body image issues, because they still creep up from time to time, but I'm so much more accepting and loving of my body than I used to be.
I think one of the things that has helped me most was embracing a style of exercise that focuses on the whole human being and fostering self-love instead of just toning body parts. I've been practicing yoga pretty regularly for (OMG, I'm old) 21 years.
Another thing was that I married a man who isn't constantly looking at other women and who makes me feel good about myself. Before him I dated men whose heads were constantly turning and who cheated.
The third thing was I stopped hanging out with catty women who are obsessed with looks and always comparing themselves to other women and putting other women down.
The fourth thing was I stopped reading women's beauty magazines. Teen, Seventeen, and Cosmo were super damaging to me in my teen years. I don't know if girls still read those magazines or if it's all YouTube and Kardashian Instagram bullbutter now. Anyway, avoid shallow media that tells you your importance lies on your looks. You will internalize it and believe it if you're reading/watching it.