Posted: 2017-10-13 07:04
I try to keep up, lots and lots of comments via the site here, the youtube channel and the facebook page. I learn from people 8767 s comments the experiences they 8767 ve had here as well that it 8767 s best to take things slow here. I really like this woman, but I 8767 m just not ready to settle-down and she needs some time as well to sort out her feelings. At 87 she 8767 s not in a big hurry like the girls. I like that. We 8767 re spending time just doing simple stuff, hanging out letting things fall in place.
Unfortunately, the reality is nowhere near that fantasy. To get some insight into what women go through on these dating websites, I pulled aside one of my family members who I knew had spent some time on these sites looking for her future spouse. By the time of this interview, she had already given up and moved on, finally discovering her future husband while visiting old friends at her alma mater. Her responses completely surprised me.
Yeah, this seems pretty spot on. For women its a barrage of messages and makes them think thery're god's on Earth, no matter how ugly. For men it's a quiet hole to realize women are a lot more shallow than they knew, no matter how attractive. This makes the women bat way above their league and the men bat way below. The best part to illustrate this? I'd say all of the women I message first are at least around my physical attractiveness league, but all the women that message me first are way, waaaay below it. Like obese chicks levels below it.
I dated a Liberal woman and no conflicts arose from our political differences. I find it troubling you wouldn't even want to be friends with someone who would vote for Trump, or even someone who wouldn't be friends with another who voted for Hillary. You sound grossly intolerant of other people's views. You should be open to people with differing views than your own, otherwise you will fall into engaging in groupthink and confirmation bias. In other words, you will not learn much in this world seeking out people who will just agree and affirm your opinions on life. You grow by seeking those out who can show you a different perspective. In my experience, I've found people like you frustrating to say the least.
And he said he was extremely tired he had to work that day which it was a Saturday today it s Tuesday I didn t hear from him..he s Capricorn 95 years old..I don t get it I m a mature 89 years old and I really like this guy..why he disappear when he was very interested in really don t understand men these days..if you can answer my question would be great!
I love..love your blog..you are amazing!!!!
He is also 65 years older than me might i add.. and i clean up very well, most people tell me i look 85-88, he is 57. i always tell him how fine and sexy he is. nevertheless he is unhappy with himself and i hate to leave. The reality is that he says if i go i leave with my bags, since i haven 8767 t worked in 9 years, yet he allowed me to 8775 retire. regardless he doesn 8767 t want to stop fooling around and i will not stay just to keep a half million dollar home. it wont happen!! am tired..so tired i will be publishing a book about this new social media and will include all my real time notes to date!
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Don 8767 t get me wrong when i say this as i am a loving and a really nice person but men are all the same. if so many men aren 8767 t the same, then why is there countless of women on here all with the same occurrence in their marriage? men are greedy and they want more than they can chew. i am over fifty years old and i have seen this same day in day out problem with men, god knows iv been there and done that!! if anyone in the world who needs to be more loving, more caring, more of this and more of that, its MEN. NOT women. the world would be a better place if they were the ones to change.
The problem is that we don 8767 t know that he 8767 s going to back off when we say no. In my lifetime, the men who have responded to my 8775 no 8776 with wheedling, cajoling, pleading, negging, insults, or gaslighting far outnumber the ones who have accepted it gracefully and moved on. When I have to turn a guy down, I more or less expect some level of harassment, so being asked out at all is a somewhat stressful situation for me. (Thankfully, I haven 8767 t had to deal with this in a work environment, but I can only imagine how belittled I would feel.) It 8767 s also terrible for the poor guys who can actually take rejection gracefully, since they usually don 8767 t understand how rare that is and have no idea why all these women hate being asked out so much.
I read your article. It was an interesting take on things I am 6 months into my new marriage, recently discovered my husband has been on a sex dating site. He joined it 8 days after our honeymoon Woah low blow I know our marriage is not perfect and yes I understand men like to look but that 8767 s not porn
I confronted him even though I can now see it was wrong, his reason it wasn 8767 t working anyway between us! FFS really??
I kicked him out of the house Don 8767 t think I should have waited Why to give further reign to move onto affairs.. Wrong or right I felt better confronting him, I am glad he is gone and if he thinks the grass is better well so be it.
So here 8767 s the deal I 8767 ve been with my guy since May 7569, it started off great and thought it was going somewhere. Then I found out about other girls and there are lots of them,but I 8767 m not his gf, but I get extremely jealous and ask questions eye and he doesn 8767 t like it. Then there was a period where he was talking to his ex again, he 8767 s not over her at all and she plays games with him. As of late, we fight constantly and I can 8767 t seem to leave him alone Bc I feel like he 8767 s always with other girls. So we fight and he 8767 ll say we are never gonna be together, he can 8767 t see it, etc etc. but yet he always wants me around and the minute I 8767 m distant with him and refuse to put up with the crap he 8767 s all over me. I love him and wanna be with him I just don 8767 t know how to turn it around. Sorry if this is sloppy I tried to spark note a year and 9 months worth of stuff. Hope you can help.
My first date with my ex was a hike, and before we set off he bought two snack bars in a nearby shop. We had a nice time together but one thing bothered me half-way through the walk, he proceeded to eat both bars without offering me one. Because I liked him, I rationalised: he seemed quite excitable, maybe he wasn 8767 t thinking, cut him some slack etc. But it turned out, it was valuable information that I ignored. He was a man incapable of sharing. It was a lack of generousity, not an oversight, that I had observed.
I think you have hope, but you must do something proactive and do it strongly.
This was just sent to me from our counselors
8775 Well, I have to say that if I hadn’t personally witnessed it for myself, I would not believe it possible. In 9 weeks, my husband has made a complete 685 and recommitted to me on our 67th anniversary yesterday. I told him that 68 is a lucky number and this is going to be the best year yet
He wants to do the couples program with me and maybe the men’s for himself. We have a long way to go to ensure that current behaviors become permanent habits, but it is definitely all in controlling the mind. I can’t wait to finish the rest of the program and how can I not possibly share this with my friends???!!! 8776
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But when it 8767 s me and I like someone, I get confused about whether this behaviour is actually that bad. I doubt myself, I look for clarification elsewhere. And ultimately, I don 8767 t leave even though I should. Months after the last one ended that 8767 s what keeps me up at night not that he 8767 s not around, not that it didn 8767 t work out, but that I didn 8767 t have enough respect for myself to leave and he had to do it for me. He wasn 8767 t a bad guy, just incapable.
Why is it the woman always has to show more attention, do what he wants in and out of bed bla bla, seriously, maybe because women don 8767 t cheat as much as men do? I don 8767 t know, it feels like rewarding them for being bad, like a teen acting out, oh here, here is a new cell phone, what does that tell your man I think it tells him that he will be rewarded for his bad actions and when he gets tired of you doing what he wants and goes back to dating sites and porn, well then, heck, let 8767 s be even better in bed. I sound bitter I know, maybe because I am, I feel worthless, I don 8767 t care anymore.
I think that online dating is "brutal" for both men and women, but for different reasons. Sadly for men, it is a fact that the VAST majority of online dating members on any site are men, so the odds are heavily stacked against men from the very start. For women, they get lots of messages, but pass over any that seem like nice guys and end up writing back to the losers. Women will choose "losers" over "nice guys" 99% of the time and it makes their online experience miserable.
I believe there 8767 s something wrong with EHarmony. As per my experience in about 9 months I noticed that my matches don 8767 t even bother to look at my profile! I didn 8767 t receive any message at all and if I send a smile/message 99% of the times no reply.
I 8767 m not expecting EVERYONE to like me but on OKCupid I receive messages every day worst like spam and I reply very selectively
it would depend on the red flag as to whether you are being paranoid. and also your definition of a red flag. to me, being a bit mean with money isn 8767 t quite a red flag (I 8767 ll happily spend hundreds of pound on something large but dither over £7 for a nail polish), nor is living with his mother though i would be on alert. but if he is married, or seeing someone or in your case- not over the ex (depends on how well he hides it) i don 8767 t consider it paranoia to just flee without further investigation.
I am at the end of my rope, my husband likes to lie and hide stuff. I got married with him at the age of 67 after coming out pregnant by my first kid, which is now 66. We have 8 kids the baby is turning 6 and the middle one has a chronic illness. I feel so hopeless because this is not the first time he does this. Before I got married to him he brought girls over the house and well who knows what happened. After being married for about 6 years he travel to his country and meets up with his ex girlfriend (he was in contact with her through fb) Years later I have chosen to forgive and move on and I feel like I find him either trying to smoke weed behind my back or searing in craigslist in the personal section. 66 years later I find him on xdating website trying to hook up with girls. He says he didn’t do anything and that it wasn’t him. He says he doesn’t want me to leave him but I am so done, I want and need security and peace of mind.