When we’d get into a fight or go on a break – he’d automatically message another girl. This is where I started to really focus on losing weight because I didn’t feel good enough.
They were interested in getting some action from this body.
At first glance, I did not feel anything had changed but after stepping back and talking with a few friends, I did realize that while the experience has not changed fundamentally, I had changed dramatically.
I no longer accepted bad behavior as I had previously. I finally realized and accepted my self-worth and understood what I to bring to the table (relationship).
If they are too personal, say so and ask them to refrain from those kinds of questions.
Lesson #4: Never give out all of your personal information too soon.
when I was overweight – I didn’t have any guys interested in me. I was overweight from a toddler til I was in my mid 20’s.
I was a virgin until I was 20 – that’s when I met my first boyfriend.
Having been in the online dating scene ten years ago, I wondered how much different the experience would be now vs ten years ago.
He replied that I was “scared” and kept repeating this. Obviously a “fake” who if in reality he was a psychologist he was a very poor one! Then there was a man who messaged me and asked me if I got to such and such county which happened to be out of my area. ” He said “I would like to meet you.” I chose to deal with this response with a little humor, “I do believe the roads between here and there run both ways and last I had heard, they removed the police barricades.” No response back.
I replied to him that is passive aggressive tactics would get no where with me. I guess he thought his GQ fake photo was supposed to ‘excuse’ his bullying and poor behavior and lack of respect for others. I am gathering there might have been an ankle monitor that prevented him from leaving his county. I have managed to have some very good message exchanges with some men who seem to be very nice, honest and truly seeking something beyond a “booty call.” Lesson #1: Have a great sense of humor.
I do not understand why men expect self-respecting, intelligent, internet savvy women to hand over their phone number so easily?
I hear “you can block your number” “what’s the big deal? Why should I have to feel obligated to give a stranger my phone number?