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Today I went through the torturous process of filling out a profile on Match.com. I haven't shelled out the money to sign up for all the perks including contacting cute women I see there. I spent a good hour looking through the few dozen women that come up in my search. I was suprised to find a few that seemed promising. Should I spit out the money and make it official? Anyone have any personal experience they care to share?
Its been almost a year (March to be exact) since I broke up with my last LTR. It was a nearly three year relationship that was good but just faded out as we lost our interest in each other. She's gone and we're still friends to the extent that we can be. I feel like a divorcee. Its strange, because in a relationship you become more compatible with your partner and ultimately less compatible with others. The person you've become is best suited for the relationship you've just left. So I'll have to learn to compromise again; learn to accept another person's faults after having come to accept anothers.
I don't like the whole process of dating. As an introverted person I don't like being the center of attention. I prefer that people don't feel obligated to pay attention to me. Its a strange delimna where I crave attention on one level and act to avoid it on another. It spells dating disaster. Things work best when women throw themselves at me. But that doesn't happen as often as I would like.
All my old friends have either gotten married or are just about to get married (the traitors!!) and there's a horrible girl to guy ratio where I work so there's not much hope there. Left with little to work with I turn to (gasp...) online dating?
You feel so exposed having your little picture floating around on the internet...
I can't imagine what its like for those "Men looking for Men" or "Women looking for Women" profiles... putting yourself out there so publically in a world that still has major issues with gay people. They are braver than I, that's for sure. They have to be.
Live in the world you were born in huh?
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