I often say, “I love easy and I love hard.” I’m what people call “a giver.” I typically put another’s needs and wants ahead of my own. It’s easier for me to think of how to enhance another person’s life than to ask for something I need or want. When someone shares their heart with me, I automatically try to think of ways to add a little bit of joy in their lives, even if it may inconvenience me or diminish my resources. Because of how I am, there are some things and situations that take me a while to understand.
Trevor had messaged Julie a few times before sending his phone number and asking her to call him. She declined stating she’d like to learn more about him through messaging first.
I’ve had some interesting experiences with online dating which, unfortunately, mirror real life. I’m realizing that people are people.
“Why’d you send me an invite on Facebook?” Clown asked.
My reply was simple. “I’m trying to drive traffic to my blog page and I had to create a Facebook profile page in order to create a Fan Page. When someone accepts my invite, I can then invite them to like my page, and from there they’ll read about my blog and hopefully subscribe to it.”
Regina tried online dating … again. She knew she was living out the definition of insanity, though she was trying desperately to not become a complete cynic.
Charlene had been interested in becoming involved in the BDSM (Bondage, Domination, Sadism and Masochism) community.
Why I’d rather text:
People claim texting is impersonal. It’s only that way when you are not in-tune with the other person. Continue reading
Traditionally the acronym “OG” stands for “Original Gangster,” someone affiliated with the mob from back in the old days. The new generation call “OGs” individuals who originally started a gang or participated in gang activity from a young age and are now looked up to with respect.