I stopped writing in this blog for a little while, mostly because I was worried about damaging the relationship.
(And hope to never go back but that’s a whole different topic) I feel like my experiences with the games people play has altered my perspective on people. You have an incorrect measuring stick, so your judgment may be off. So, my question remains that if we do really get what we put out there, and I am putting out genuine and honestywhy am I still wading through the garbage?
My other clients met their partners through singles activities at their place of worship, through friends and family who know them well, and activities that they see the same people time and time again to develop relationships.
When I was single and actively looking for my life partner, as an outgoing, active person who has a value around a healthy, active lifestyle, I met most of the men I dated through groups that met weekly such as a bicycling group, a co-ed softball team that I participated in, and a bowling league (where I hadn’t bowled since I was in grade school! Because of my love of travel and exploring new places, weekend and week long singles trips were great because you can get to know someone over a period of time and see how they really tick! You can be on your way to have better dating results this week!
My roommate got a new girlfriend a month ago and they haven't spent a day apart yet.
He says that's how marriage is going to be and that when someone is important to you, you want to spend as much time as possible with them. I am still trying to figure out if my feelings are closer to the norm or the fringe.