LOL, other than gaming, I’m your unicorn. But I understand what you’re saying.
So you are saying to the UNIVERSE No thanks. No wonder I have not been successful in manifesting someone for you! You have your world of warcraft shield up block them... (face palm) ha
@Avicenna Ha Ha Ha you kill me dude.
@coachTanthony Noo, don't go blaming me! You're over there slacking mister, "Oh you're going to meet your unicorn by the end of the year!" Yeah, I remembered... still no unicorn sir. Okay, don't laugh but I play a warrior in Warcraft. Technically they do use shields so-(I'm such a geek, don't judge me!)
To be fair... I don't know if you believe in there being parallel universes or whatnot but "the one" might not even exist in this timeline. If they did, what are the chances that you're born within the same time period? The person who would have been "the one" for you might have been born 50 years ago, or something. A bit weird to think about
Coach, I think she’d enjoy a date. Dates are usually fun.
Being single is easy lol, blending with people is tough and tolerating it's exhausting but it's also lovely.Lol stop hunting unicorns and settle for horses without horns 😂🤘👰 find a good at Will person and modify him as per your wish that's what all girls do change the man 😂😂😂
Offcourse with love
@Aakash_Hangargi "Lol stop hunting unicorns and settle for horses without horns 🤘 find a good at Will person and modify him as per your wish that's what all girls do change the man" Now you know I like you, but I have to disagree with you here, or rather your statement. I refuse to be one of those women that tries to change a man to make him into what I want him to be! I mean sure, I could find a horse and super glue a horn on him, but would he be what I wanted? NO. I rather find that elusive unicorn because he's authentic and not changing himself to make me happy, and vice versa. If that means being single, then I guess I'm going to be single... for a very long time, LOL@YanTeng You know I have thought of that! I have. Who's to say the right person for me isn't born yet, or already existed and we missed each other. I tell you, sometimes life is such a conspiracy...
Yup we both will be single then it's pact 😂
Very well put. I agree 100%. Plus monogamy is just fairy tail told that kids forget to forget. So when they become adults it's ingrained in their head to pursue such a silly and useless goal. I'm not saying I'm a woman-hater because I absolutely adore women. I think they're all great in their own ways. And all should feel special and needed but not by just one man.
@Cynicaldreamer yeah, I think fate can be cruel
The only thing that I have in the area of a critique of your statement is about the comment on self esteem. Your self esteem should be based on how you feel about you and not another person. How you feel about you. This may seem easy to many but I understand how that may seem simplified but I realized some time ago that I would not be prepared for a healthy relationship with no confidence in myself, seeking my worth through others especially a romantic partner is doomed to failure from the start. As for the attraction to have my forever partner in my life, I know that after being basically single since 2006 when my 20+ year marriage came to an abrupt ending I'm more than ready to enjoy the stability within that I feel internally with a commitment to share the responsibility for assisting someone else's happiness and comfort. I seem to thrive more successfully in life. I imagine I'm wired that way because of the fact that I was basically brought up by men. My dad and my grandfather were the largest influences in my world as a child and young man. My father still holds that position.
@DeeToPlay Thank you for your feedback sir. I have always had terrible self esteem, even now. It's an issue I will definitely have to work on before I even consider myself ready for a relationship again. While I know I shouldn't let others influence my self esteem, it's hard. Growing up, I was the "ugly ducking." Guys made it clear I wasn't attractive to them, at least in a romantic sense, so of course that didn't help my self esteem either. Obviously, as I got older, I taught not to let matters like that get to me, but the damage from my younger years left me a bit scarred. That's why I'm constantly working on improving myself: not for others, but for myself, so I can feel better about myself and boost my self esteem.
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Every time a client says that to me I respond with this. I would rather be rejected and understood then ambiguous in my actions or feelings. Ruining a friendship or suffering in private? Hmmmm that is quite a choice to make.
I worry that by telling them they will suffer if they don’t feel the same way. Suffer with the awkwardness that can be created. Suffer with the fact that I just ruined our friendship. So I choose to suffer in private. I’m also an over thinker though. I always expect the worst; I think out every single possibility of what could come out of telling them.
There are many 'ONES" for us all. True
That might be true. Not to be like that, but do you include yourself in that category?