Date: 2018-03-10 09:50
I wouldn t say they were always the life of the party, but sometimes sure. But that s hardly status when EVERYONE is an actor. See, it s one thing if you are in a crowd of people and there s something unique about them. But have you ever hung out with actors? Because let me tell you, EVERYONE is the life of the party. It s exhausting. So actually what was so appealing I think about both of them was their lack of need to be the life of the party. Their ability to just listen to a girl as she talked, not needing to talk over her or anything. The second guy, really funny guy, he was amazing at making you feel so special. When he laughed at your jokes you just felt like you were something incredible to be able to make such a funny guy laugh.
I don t think I ve ever replied to an OKC message with a thanks, but I m not interested message and gotten an Okay, then! Good luck! response back. Sometimes I get silence, but at least half of the time, I get an argument.
I basically agree, though it is a bit obnoxious when women on online dating sites end their profile with only 6 or taller! or only taller than me!. I m usually above the minimum height at 5 65 , by the way, so it wouldn t affect me personally, but still it comes off poorly IMO. I imagine it s similar to how a guy s profile comes off when he writes no fatties! in it. Yeah, it s fine to have that preference but you don t have to obnoxious about it. Just don t message/respond to people who don t fit the criteria.
I have the opposite problem. I seem to think I am taller than I actually am, and people seem to think I m shorter. Granted, I am awful at spatial reasoning, but I consistently rank myself as tall as Person X, when it turns out I m actually 9-5 inches shorter. And other people seem to assume I m much shorter than my 5 6.
Taking your anger and rage out on someone else is bad. But I think compassion is a much better starting point than cognitive therapy or choosing consciously not to be bitter or angry. Acceptance of an emotional state is much better than fighting against it. Especially since you d technically be fighting against yourself.
I have no problem opening up, even if I hate the expression, as long as I know the people involved are interested. I loathe direct marketing, so is seems reasonable to me to not to figuratively rub myself to their faces if I m not absolutely sure they are interested.
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A big part of changing an attitude like that is precisely ditching it. You make the conscious decision to not have that attitude. You make the conscious reaction to those thoughts by going this is negative and not helping. It s a big part of cognitive behavioural therapy to recognize negative thought patterns and eliminate them. You can t just say welp it s fine that I m being constantly negative and angry about something that is no ones fault and in no one s control
I think the woman is being an asshole because she s acting like an asshole. You can turn someone down without taking potshots at their looks.