Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by HerRainbow, May 28, 2017.
Please delet this post, how do you do it on the new ui
That would be quite a bummer :'(
Anyways, no I'm not masculine / sarcastic / protectory enough to date myself.
I'm simply too guarded to even form friendships. I avoid attachment like plague. Do I want to change that? Not really. I've made several attempts to change myself. They never lasted long. I was changing according to somebody else's direction, and I hated it. I do feel sad and lonely at times, but I'm not going to lose sleep over it.
I'd like to think so, but in the back of my mind, I know there's so much I have to work on before I'll be happy with myself, before I could even think of a relationship.
I´d date myself, so, yeah.
Yes and no.... I'd love a committed, monogamous relationship, but I am also someone who requires a lot of "me time". I had a straight colleague a few years ago who told me that she and her partner lived separately. "We spend a couple of nights each week together at his place, a couple of nights each week together at my place, and the rest of the time we are on our own". To me, it sounded like the perfect relationship
It would be nice to have a bigger bank account. lol
I think I am a pretty good catch. Not only can I fix things, but I can carry on a fairly intellectual conversation, I read a lot. I'm terrible a putt putt golf, but that's half the fun. I like a wide range of music.
Yeah, on the proviso that the other person in question is insane and or dead
Im the jealous, possessive type when im in love and touchy too so i dont know
I'm too clingy, so probably not.
Yeah, but I have to really like you. I couldn't date someone unless I was really into them- like, I don't think I could do something that was more "fun" than serious. I would get too attached. But other than that, I think so because I am loyal and will fall hard. I am a cancer after all. The only thing that would hold me back is lack of appreciation for myself, and I can't stress enough how important that is for a relationship to work. It's true when they say you must love yourself before you can properly love someone else!
I've been having psychotherapy for a year so yes, absolutely, I'm totally relationship ready!
Well, once I've got over this little hurdle of realising I'm lesbian....
I think I am.. I've been asked out on dates with guys and I've dated but nothing ever serious. As far as the other side of my bisexuality I fell into a relationship with my best friend and love of my life that I'm still in. Leslie thinks I am so... We are our own strongest critics and we may feel differently than the guy or girl that's checking us out. Don't be hard on yourself. The best thing to do is go and find out. Have fun!
I'm too emotional. Besides, I don't think too many people where I live would date a trans girl...