As long as I’m alive, I will stay young. Whether it’s nurturing the next generation, fighting for equal justice for all or awakening people to the beauty of their lives, I will be totally vibrant and alive. What I was too scared, too sick and too overwhelmed to do for too long, I will be doing 3-fold for a very long time ahead. I dare all you 20-year, 30-year olds, to try to keep up with me.
I don’t want a woman who’s perfect. If you’re perfect, I’ll see if I have any use for you and if your perfection lies in an area of no use to me, I’ll leave you on the store shelf or website I found you on.
You must be human with lots og flaws, vulnerable, just as crazy wanting love as I am, ahead of yourself, behind the curve, but willing to open your imperfect self up to me where together we can work to create a more perfect union.
If you want to play non-communication games by reviewing my profile or receiving a message and not responding, that’s fine with me. There are billions of other women in this world, many of whom are unafraid to communicate directly just as I am. But if you are willing to honestly face your own fears about men and relationships, you have two caring hands and arms in me to hold you and help you cross that scary divide between loneliness and real love. If you’re willing to make mistakes and fall down with me together, I’ll help you up, free of ego, united, never forgetting the love we hold together, to move forward and use our stumble as a lesson to help us cement an even better relationship, my motto always being, “Yes We Can!”
I will help you find courage you’ve really always had to believe in yourself and in your power to fix any relationship problem and move together onward with a willing partner rather than having to go through days to years to a lifetime of heartache only to try to start again at the beginning.
Please don’t be afraid. Life is too exciting an adventure to miss out on. Let me be your shock absorber, your airbags, your seatbelt, your rear and sideview mirrors.
Your power steering. It’s time for you and I to suffer no more and find that thing that will make everything up to this point finally all worth it—and so much more.
Introverts have more trouble in relationships than extraverts. This is because extraverts are connected more to others than to themselves through a simplified social network of what can truly be defined as common sense. Introverts tend to find mates, desirable as they are, cumbersome and annoying, as also do extraverts. But introverts crave the oneness and soulmate-ness that comes only with introvert-introvert relationships, finding an ecstasy those rare and hopefully increasing over time moments of real connection between each other deep inner selves, made all the more so by the fact that few, if any, have ever connected with these deep places in the introvert. For this reason, there is a greater tendency among introverts to crave same-sex relationships due to the parallel yet independent nature of the commonality as opposed to the more complementary feel of opposite-sex attraction, which extraverts thrive on.