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 Author Thread: can non-pot smokers handle pot smokers?
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 488 (view)
 
can non-pot smokers handle pot smokers?
Posted: 2/15/2007 10:37:38 AM
it depends on the person also ...because drugs affect different people different ways.
some people smoke pot and you can't even tell they do...others smoke....and they are blazing.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 527 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 2/13/2007 7:43:49 AM
jeez champ...couldn't even read your last one....just didn't feel like starting out my day with your relentless negativity.
it's just non stop really.
if that's how you want to live....so be it.
there are other alternatives tho.

 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 60 (view)
 
The I'll call you
Posted: 2/12/2007 4:12:25 PM
post 78^^^..lol
maybe some women are like that and maybe that is why some men have become the way they are, not totally honest.
it's a shame those kinds of men don't realize that they could probably best avoid weird scenes with women BY being honest, but they don't, but i hear from men...that there are some women out there who do freak out...soooo....

i think being honest is best and most respectful...
but respect in general is on the decline in our society and we're all responsible for that on some level. (pet peeve...people on cell phones at concerts or movies!!!!)
i try very hard to be polite and honest and respectful of others feelings...but i am sure i am not perfect at it either.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 523 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 2/12/2007 4:02:30 PM
gotta defend verygreeneyes for a moment champ...
tho your last point about yourself was acurate to a degree, you have, in many diferent threads on the same subject, spoken what seems like alot of open hostility towards women who date younger men..hence, the impression you are laying the blame on them.
i think verygreeneyes has repeatidly made some beautiful points about living, and in my opinion, she did so with the intention of helping you (...with your attitude which may be the biggest turn off about you of all....who knows.)

also....you are not alone in your frustrations and heart aches in the dating world.
i mean how many members are on here??? and that is just this site.

love is a gift really. there is no rhyme or reason to it...but having an open heart and an open mind to all of life, because we never know what life will bring us, i think is a healthy and happy way to live.
i seem to get alot more attention in this world when i am not feeling down, or sorry for myself and am just enjoying the beauty of the day, and the gift of life it's self.
when i feel good inside ...good things come my way, including cosmic little interactions with all sorts of people, and when i appreciate life flowing that way..that is when things really start to get magical.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 17 (view)
 
The I'll call you
Posted: 2/6/2007 9:58:01 PM
definately seems like the attiitude of quite a few people these days think that not being honest and upfront is better, but i think instead of trying to avoid hurting someones feelings (their rationization of the situation), they are really just trying to avoid any possible scene.
honesty and politeness are much more kind and respectful.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 14 (view)
 
The I'll call you
Posted: 2/6/2007 9:07:55 PM
funny stuff
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 512 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 2/1/2007 6:22:34 PM
lots of people date other "out of their league" and from hat i see ..

it is all about attitude.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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when is it time to move on
Posted: 2/1/2007 12:05:14 PM
^^^^ your post cracked me up.
so true tho.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 510 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 2/1/2007 9:32:04 AM
verygreeneyez
thanks for noticing...
:)
i remember well you expressing a similar frustration with champ in a same subject, different thread months back...
i have enjoyed many of your posts as well.
good thing some us know how to have some fun.
i've got nothing against age differences in dating...but if we're looking for lasting love in a relationship...i think odds are better the closer in age people are.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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when is it time to move on
Posted: 2/1/2007 6:13:57 AM
everytime he walks away he gets a little stronger, and everytime you go back, you get a little weaker and then one day he is sure he is too good for you and doesn't want you at all... and you are a wreck cause you gave him all the power.
it's got to be a mutual desire or people get hurt.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 505 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/31/2007 6:54:20 PM
i think we've all had our share of pain and rejection here.
i try hard and make the efforts needed to not let it get me down.
reading metaphysical books helps me alot....it remeinds me that life can be quite magical, even if it doesn't always go the way we want.
there is always something to be learned.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 503 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/31/2007 2:23:36 PM
how many times have you said the same thing now champ? 30...40...times...?

i suggest a change of the landscape in your head....(lots of ways to manifest that)...you'd be surprised what magic can happen with a more positive attitude about life.

bitterness is never attractive...no matter what it's about...no matter who is exuding it.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 102 (view)
 
does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/30/2007 3:33:52 PM
drillbit..
i love these forums, especially when someone comes up with such a humorous and clever post...a totally new angle...hugh grant..

it's so nice to know there are people out there that think about things the way you do.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 91 (view)
 
does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/28/2007 8:28:42 AM
balfro
posting at 3:20..lol
you need to get some sleep buddy!
lol
really, you're quite sweet....and i agree...being submissive can be feel amazingly pleasurable for both parties..but persoanlly, in my experiences of being very submissive to a man...it was very important for me to feel loved by him as well.
maybe not everyone needs that to trust and open up, but i do.
there has to be that essence that the other person does care for you.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 491 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/27/2007 11:31:39 AM
i still say it is more about chemistry.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 490 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/27/2007 11:31:24 AM
i still say it is more about chemistry.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 488 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/27/2007 10:01:20 AM
most women i know love sex, but it is not the MOST important thing to them in a relationship.
the times they are a changin' tho.
what do i know.
i only know me and what i like.
i like sex alot, but a relationship built on that only, rarely works.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 486 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/27/2007 9:38:46 AM
champ, you're really hung up on the sex trip with younger guys.
i've been with a fair amount of younger guys, and frankly i wasn't impressed sexually by most of them, however the last guy i was with was not only a mind blower in bed, but he was equally if not more mind blowing in every other way as well.
i had the best time with him no matter what we were doing.

it depends on the person!!!! and the chemistry of the two individuals!!
not the age
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 83 (view)
 
does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/27/2007 9:33:54 AM
^^well that's a rather sad statement...that unless you keep them entertained constantly, you deserve to be left?
sure doesn't make me feel worth much and doesn't inspire me to give a guy like that my all either.
is he giving me what i want every second of every day?
like i said, too much self gratification and need for being high constantly going on cause society is conditioning us to be this way....constant stimulation.

i think there are deeper levels to love making that are completely being forgotten about with the advance of the in your face, don't think for yourself, technology.
there is not much left to the imagination anymore in movies...it's all in your face, high level stimulation.

it's making people lazy in their minds on some levels.
the whole spiritual aspect to sex is being conditioned out of us.
pretty soon we'll be plugging into a machine to get our buzz, virtual sex....unlimited...unreal.
i don't look forward to it, but then i never seem to be going the same way as the masses.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/26/2007 6:22:24 PM
^^^what you described is what i want too...and i'm amazed at how hard it is to find that.

 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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Caught in the act
Posted: 1/26/2007 2:18:00 PM
icyhot
i understand your point and basically agree, but untill you've had this happen to you, it's pretty hard to comprehend the level of pain and anger one can feel.
taking the higher ground is always preferable, but i know too well how easy it is to cross over the line into traits none of think we were ever capable of.

long ago, i found my guy with a chick and kicked him square in the balls...and i am still amazed to this day that he didn't go down like in the movies!!
lol
it just made him really mad.
ahhh the joys of love.



 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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does a girl have to be a porn star to please her man?
Posted: 1/26/2007 11:27:12 AM
i think for the most part, in respect to the original question, that
people are too conditioned by society, tv, porn, and the internet to think and feel things for themselves....they are succumbing to the pressures of "what is normal?"..."what is everybody else doing?"...and that just rubs me the wrong way and makes me feel sad, which is why i don't really seek that stuff out. i'd rather discover it on my own.
i think that there are double standards all over the place, with both genders, but again, this is where society is at....it is acceptable for girl on girl, still not too acceptable for guy on guy.
too many fears in men,,,maybe she'll like him better than me, maybe i'll like him better than her.

i generally try to stay away from the keeping score mentality and try to feel more is it a balanced giving to each other.

but i definately shy away from societys' mainstream trip because i don't like being told what to do i guess! how to behave.
always a rebel.
but if i am feeling very submissive to a delicious guy, then that is a totally different story.
lol
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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does a girl have to be a porn star to please her man?
Posted: 1/26/2007 11:05:07 AM
as would alot of men (the girl on girl action)
lol
but just cause guys see alot of that now, doesn't mean it's for every girl.
i am like you and others who have posted, i like to please the man i love and if that was his deepest desire, to see me with a woman, i might try that for him, even tho i have no real desire to be sexual with another woman, just like alot of men have no desire to be with a man.
it doesn't make me prudish or close minded, i just haven't encountered a situation yet that inspired me enough to do that is all.

i do massage for a living and one day a couple came in and soon after they got there it was clear to me that they came in with the intent to have a threesome with me.
i asked her where she got the idea i would be up for that and she said, "well you siad you were open minded".
i said, "i am, but this doesn't happen to be one of my fantasies" (not to mention that that is not the kind of massage business i run)
i also told her that if and when i do have fantasies about other women, i am usually a guy! (in my head).

i was kind of blown away by their persistence and eventually had to just leave them in my office because it didn't seem like they were going to take no for an answer.
live and let live i say, but i thought it was pretty weird that they were treating me like some play toy they could come and play with with zero disregard for me as a real person.
i had worked on her many times before and noticed that after she met this guy she started having bruises on her body all the time.
it seemed sad to me really, they had only been married for a few months and to be so bored with each other already, as to have to pull me in, which i never asked for, just seemed sad, but i got the hell out of there cause they were trippin'!!
lol

personally, the problem i have with the over abundance of imagery on the net and the social pressures now to be so sexual and kinky, is if anything goes, then nothing seems sacred.
but that's just me.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 65 (view)
 
does a girl have to be a porn star to please her man?
Posted: 1/26/2007 7:20:08 AM
head trauma
thank you for giving me the first laugh of the day, and it was a good one!

hope you got some sleep balfro, then maybe it will make sense why women use a strap on..it's BECAUSE we don't have a****
so why do you draw the line at certain fetishes being good and others being not so acceptable?
i have been with men that wanted to taste their own cum very much, and maybe they had gay fantasies they just didn't have the courage or self acceptance to try yet...also, lots of men want to see two women together, and i contend this is because they have seen it in porn so much, but everyone has to do what they are comfortable with and not be insulted if it is beyond their abitlity to conceive of the pleasure in it yet.

in my experience, it is a sweet connection with love and trust with another that inspires people most to open up and go beyond their limits to try new things.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 68 (view)
 
Ever date someone with BPD? (Borderline Personality Disorder)
Posted: 1/25/2007 9:57:26 PM
phieeel
the book "i hate you, don't leave me" i believe says that all of us at times can experience these kinds of feelings and boarderline traits...but that it is when they totally control your life is it a more of a serious mental illness that is beyond ones control without extensive therapy.
i have also heard that the hard knocks of life can sometimes modify the behaviors as well.

not trying to pretend i know anything here, just saying what i read and heard from counselors.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 62 (view)
 
does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/25/2007 9:49:59 PM
cut what off???
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 65 (view)
 
Ever date someone with BPD? (Borderline Personality Disorder)
Posted: 1/25/2007 7:51:09 PM
thank you snoogins, that was very sweet of you.
i have learned and experienced a ton of amazing things during my relationship with him, and i too think there is a sweet side to him that is protecting me.
i hope for the best for him too, tho this thread sure did make it sound grim for him.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 484 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/25/2007 7:33:55 PM
i am delighted to read that from you browneyed stallion.
i couldn't care less what any man's age is if it feels amazing mentally, physically,and spiritually.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 61 (view)
 
Ever date someone with BPD? (Borderline Personality Disorder)
Posted: 1/25/2007 4:30:45 PM
snoogins...for myself...i still want to be with this man i love and have tried my best to understand what he has to deal with in terms of what might be going on in his head, and i have been very supportive and loving in many, many diferent ways.....
it is him that is shutting the door and closing me out, probably cause being genuinely close to someone makes him feel like he is suffocating.
we had many amazing conversations in a year and he is aware of what he does, but has no clue how to change it or control it.
he knows he destroys everything and he deals with high levels of anxiety about it all.
he felt very calm around me, but still he has all but ended it with us.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 52 (view)
 
does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/25/2007 10:14:20 AM
it's true...i am a dirt loving, tree hugger as well
:)
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 57 (view)
 
Ever date someone with BPD? (Borderline Personality Disorder)
Posted: 1/25/2007 10:11:12 AM
chameleon,
the site would not allow me to contact your email, if your write me first tho, then i can respond.

i appreciated your words alot.
i felt and understood his torment alot, and am trying to keep at least a friendship with him going, but as the poster before you said, they fear abandonment, but drive you away anyway.
it is a labyrynth of catch 22's.
my heart goes out to him big time and i really hope he can find some peace.
he was very relaxed and content around me, but his need for chaos won out.
it is very rough on one's ego to be with these people...and yet, i too learned alot about myself, love, and a whole lot of other trippy stuff.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/25/2007 10:01:14 AM
my experience the last few years has been when i fall for a guy and want to do anything to please..they run.
i love longing for them sexually, but all three i fell in love with seemed to get intimidated by my desire for them.
go figure.

charm1ngmuse...
that was very well said...
tastie morsels...
YUM!
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 481 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/25/2007 7:22:26 AM
^^^
yes, but could you ever fall in love with an older woman...? i mean, age is just a number, right?
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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Ever date someone with BPD? (Borderline Personality Disorder)
Posted: 1/25/2007 6:51:13 AM
i am concluding, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
you end up enduring alot, for nothing really.
i don't think i was in it for the challenge. i truely thought and felt there was something beautiful and real there. but now i am thinking it was all just an illusion...just a phase.
a totally bizarre story with a sad end.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/24/2007 11:34:01 AM
lilgem
personally, the times i have had anal sex i enjoyed it emmensely, but i think you made a super excellent point!!!
i have been with a few men that did want a dildo in their rear, and found it to be pretty erotically exciting to be able to kind of switch up the role....be the penatrator.
but if a guy expects anal sex from a gal (with no real love for her in his heart) and isn't willing to go there himself...
that is a pretty blatant double standard.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 45 (view)
 
Ever date someone with BPD? (Borderline Personality Disorder)
Posted: 1/24/2007 7:28:26 AM
i think that is wat is up with the guy i have been seeing for a year and a half and it has been a rather insane year.
i still don't know what to think.
it's very confusing to say the least.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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does a girl have to be a porn star to pleade her man?
Posted: 1/23/2007 7:38:36 PM
i think the internet has affected alot of peoples attitudes about sex deeply.
seems to me there is way more pressure now to live up to that porn star standard men are seeing all over the place, and consequnetly, without that level of imagry, they feel bored.
i detect, for some, it has become only about self gratification and sensations, topping the last thrill, as if accomplishing this list of taboos before a certain age makes one a better lover, which strikes me as very sad really.
it seems so detatched and impersonal and with that kind of mentality, i wonder-what is sacred then?
nothing.
and that is a tragedy in the spirit of aphrodite.

if i am feeling heartfelt love with a man, and he is in love with me as well, i get so deeply inspired to please him in every way because when you love someone, it is such a pleasure to give pleasure to them....of any kind.
the ecstacy of sex to me, is about feeling the natural erotic energy that dictates what we do sexually, not doing something that some somebody on the net said to try that day.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 472 (view)
 
older women younger men
Posted: 1/20/2007 6:27:33 PM
i just experienced the sweetest relationship i have ever experienced with a much younger guy. we were highly compatible in all ways and i have never felt so satisfied in all my life, but unfortuneatly things came up that made it so we couldn't keep having what we had.

it lasted a year and we are still friends, but tho he is intellectually very sophisticated, i realized thru time that he still has alot to learn and that those lessons, for some of us, can only come thru experience.
tho i agree with very green eyes that men in their 50's and up can be every bit and more immature than 20 somethings.
my point, i was highly satisfied in all ways. i wish it could've lasted.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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What ever happened to committment and chivalry?
Posted: 1/20/2007 2:03:07 PM
jmars
#142
amazing post.
calm, direct, and probably the real truth of the matter.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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What ever happened to committment and chivalry?
Posted: 1/19/2007 10:45:47 AM
i love that song! and i love that attitude.

we're all different,with all sorts of thoughts going through our minds at any given time, and so i try hard to remember to give people the benefit of the doubt and to not think the worst of them if there has been some strange or unpleasant interaction between us.
i learned to be much more compassionate and respectful of others when i put myself in their shoes.

manners, politeness, decency...to any and everyone...it's good for the heart.
everyone here has been hurt or disappointed by someone, but it is our own choice what we choose to do with those feelings...turn them into bitterness, or learn from it all which keeps the heart open and loving and kind.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 124 (view)
 
The touching of SOULS..........
Posted: 1/18/2007 10:23:46 AM
i think most of us seek divinty, whether consciously or unconsciously, to me, that is what these super connections are about, getting in touch with divinity...and although it no doubt feels even more amazing with a lover, i have had these same expereiences with chance encounters as well...strangers you have a brief but profound conversation with.
i have often wondered if these people were angels in my life giving to me the next lesson i need to learn.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 121 (view)
 
The touching of SOULS..........
Posted: 1/18/2007 7:20:36 AM
that's funny mistyknoll..one of my fovorite books as the same name, but by author thomas moore.
i'll have to check the one you suggested out.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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What ever happened to committment and chivalry?
Posted: 1/17/2007 8:07:34 PM
pelandor
i think you speak a big truth there.
this does not apply to all men and all women of course, but i agree that the behavior you describe is the overwhelming trait in most women ages 15-30, and has been for at least 50 years.

i think historically speaking tho, women have been treated very shabby tho.

it's just kind of sad really.
humans on power trips can just be so unkind.
this is why, and it has been said often in this thread that respect and decency to all really is more vital than ever.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 32 (view)
 
What ever happened to committment and chivalry?
Posted: 1/15/2007 6:47:01 PM
i'm surprised that last post didn't get all sorts of flack.

i personally think it is quite beautiful when a man can be truely vulnerable with me.
letting down our guards and putting away our power trips is a big part of what true love means to me.
i mean, the word power can be looked at so many different ways.
in some sense, nobody should ever give up their personal power.
mutual respect..that is what so many have said on here.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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Best Way To get over the loss of a Best Friend
Posted: 1/14/2007 7:07:44 PM
wow crackedhalo!
i just read your post.
what a brutal experience for you.
it must be extrememly challenging to find compassion for those two even tho most of us know that is what our hearts need to do to be healthy.
that's just horrible tho.
my heart goes out to you.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 11 (view)
 
Best Way To get over the loss of a Best Friend
Posted: 1/14/2007 6:58:16 PM
i had a girlfriend return into my life after many years had gone by.

i say be very honest about how you really feel cause nothing worth much is built on anythng less than that.

i thought she had treated me very badly with a few different events that happened over a few month period (long story) and so i eventually ignored her (as she had done me) and months later, when she wrote me a letter accusing me of not being there for her, i responded with my honest feelings of my account of what i thought had happened and how it made me feel.

i didn't hear from her for years, but i got a letter from her one day where she apologized and addressed everything i had said in my letter and explained she had been drinking again back then (recovered alcoholic).

what amazed me and touched my heart so deeply is that she had kept the letter from me.
then had the courage to read it again when sober and address the issues with no clue how i would respond.
i responded very lovingly cause i thought it took emmense amounts of courage for her to do what she did. (especially in this world where so many blow it off if they can)..and because
it also made me feel so loved by her that she would care that much.

anything can happen.
so it is important to not close your heart off.
beautiful things can happen with faith (in myself) and love (of humaness).
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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can non-pot smokers handle pot smokers?
Posted: 1/14/2007 10:58:12 AM
i'm wondering who messege 455 was talking to.
i like pot heads , unless they are total burnouts, but pretty much every guy i have ever been in love with was a pot head.
i just like the way they think.
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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What ever happened to committment and chivalry?
Posted: 1/13/2007 9:18:01 PM
sad story sparticuss

tv and internet needs to die.
this is how people are being fed the info that is causing them to become so freaking neurotic, paranoid, and crazy.
it's all subjects too.
i personally can't stand the whole germ-a-phobic trip...and it's all to sell pesticides which aren't good for the palnet and create super germs instead...
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
Msg: 48 (view)
 
can we change somebody
Posted: 1/13/2007 4:23:50 PM
i still love this quote:
"think of how hard it is to change something in your self, and you will have a much better understanding of your chances of changing somebody else"
 ladyrcmt
Joined: 4/3/2006
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What ever happened to committment and chivalry?
Posted: 1/13/2007 4:01:09 PM
i for one don't enjoy taking care of my kids by myself, i feel like my ex left me in the trenches and went on a pleasure cruise.
lol
but at the same time i knew he was making a big mistake that he would regret too, and he does, but he didn't figure it out untill way later and it was too late for us than.

when i date, i feel i am lucky if i meet a guy who is half way decent to me. trying to think about meeting a guy that i like that would be willing to relate to/parent/be a good male role model for my kids, and be an asset to their lives is such an overwhelming proposition...
really, it scares me to trust someone that much.

i've dated all types of guys and the so called together ones weren't any more respectful to me than the stranger guys i seem to have more of an attraction to.
i look for a good heart and soul and mind.
someone who's views on love and respect are similar to mine.
been fooled alot too.


 
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