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Posted on Tue, Apr 01, 2014 20:20

Did you ever worry about saying too much about your life to a new person you just met?  What is appropriate to share with Someone new. In my opinion share it all ., you are who you are and if you have something to hide shouldn't you share?? Come on, people are always pretending to be something other than who they are. What do you think??



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Posted on Sun, May 18, 2014 12:09

Quoting 3345roc:

In order for any relationship to succeed both partners must be both available and accessible.  Some people are emotionally and physically available but they're not accessible.  They don't share much and seem closed off.  I'm very open and I've been with some who seem to have so many secrets.  It's off putting.

 

 



 

Everyone closes off their true intensions here,Roc! The finite's that one must explore to test the other half. Did you not do, Carlin 101? Hooooooo...Chemistry.....Whatever!

Choose Your First Perception of the man(Or Woman), that will spend....Spin You Forward.....Scientific process at work...That Chemistry thing...Whatever :-)LV1(-o-[{O}]-J--B--\\\\) 



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Posted on Sun, May 18, 2014 11:32

I met somebody amazing on this site back in 2009 and it went strong for three years, and even then only ended due to outside influences. So this can and does work. It can happen. As far as safety, is this really any more dangerous than meeting a stranger in a club? I find there is a higher class of people here, along with some horrific scam artists you do have to watch out for. Here are the rules. Don’t respond to anyone without multiple pictures. If Martha Stewart can date online, then anybody can. No picture means married, cheating or shady. Beware long flowery letters that seem well written, but say nothing in particular about you. These are fishing “form letters” sent out in mass. Break off communication with anyone who won’t speak to you personally over the phone, the picture may look great, but the person behind it is probably in Nigeria. And for God’s sakes, don’t send anybody any money EVER for any reason. Stay safe… be yourself and use your instincts. You’re a smart girl, you’ll be fine.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 17, 2014 16:01

Yes easymanlove .. I agree with you if you can't be yourself then they are not ment for you .



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Posted on Thu, Apr 17, 2014 13:30

Well, beyong not giving someone my ATM pin number, I'm a pretty open book. Ask me a question and I'll tell give you an honest answer.  If its too much info and it turns someone off, then they're just not for me.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 17, 2014 02:40

because of my negative experiences with People im very careful when it comes to confession or telling things

to a new Person . Im very choosy when it comes to that . My trust is totally down but then Id rather tell the

truth about me and my personal life once He won me and my trust of course but not all ,only what He needs

to know ..



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Posted on Tue, Apr 08, 2014 20:07

Its all about taking new chances and moving on with our personal lives with what we have

learned from our past......

 

Its easy to verify if a man is a good one or a bad one..So, go for it...

 

Forget about yesterday and plan for tomorrow. 

 

xoxo



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Posted on Sat, Apr 05, 2014 14:59

Quoting ray_211:

It is pretty simple! Unless it is informaton that will risk your securities i.e finances, home, car, etc. I am a firm believer that once you meet someone it is not bad to tell them everything. It just depends on who your dealing with. There were moments when I sat for more than 8 hours talking to a stranger that later became a long term girlfriend. Those were the best conversations I had, talking will show if you are right or wrong for each other. Also if there is nothing to hide then there is no problem. Every relationship should have a grace period to just blurp out everything people hold inside that in the end destroys thier love, passion, and marriages.



Ray typed "Once you meet".  I would much rather weed them out BEFORE any meeting occurs.  Of course I don't need your life's history right away but I have found men to be reluntant about imperative information like how many kids they have plus their ages.

 

Here's an example; One guy told me during the date they he was living in his daughter's small guesthouse with his two sons ( he has 4 kids altogether) and although his one son was an adult, he had major learning disabilities along wth limited social skills but still managed to get into a lot of financial trouble.  David was also living in the guesthouse cuz he is broke.  His son will be his lifelong responsibility and then probably a sibling's responsibility after he dies.  It takes the right kind of person to deal with his problems right now.  

 

In case you're wondering there was no chemistry between us so I didn't need to be questioning any possibilities. We have stayed in touch somewhat but just as friends.



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Posted on Sat, Apr 05, 2014 08:38

It is pretty simple! Unless it is informaton that will risk your securities i.e finances, home, car, etc. I am a firm believer that once you meet someone it is not bad to tell them everything. It just depends on who your dealing with. There were moments when I sat for more than 8 hours talking to a stranger that later became a long term girlfriend. Those were the best conversations I had, talking will show if you are right or wrong for each other. Also if there is nothing to hide then there is no problem. Every relationship should have a grace period to just blurp out everything people hold inside that in the end destroys thier love, passion, and marriages.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 03, 2014 10:59

Quoting Andrea2112:

Did you ever worry about saying too much about your life to a new person you just met?  What is appropriate to share with Someone new. In my opinion share it all ., you are who you are and if you have something to hide shouldn't you share?? Come on, people are always pretending to be something other than who they are. What do you think??



Great post, Andrea!  I am definitely the type to say anything about myself.  I want someone to know what I'm about so they can discern better if they like me or not. Some may love or disagree with my political and religious views or may appreciate knowing what got me to this point in my life while others are superficial and don't care.  Bottom line is I'm an open book.

 

 

One of the biggest time-wasters online is that most men fail to volunteer information in their profiles that would tell me right off the bat whether I may be interested and in person, I also don't want to feel that I have to drag it out of them. I have had many unwelcomed surprises come later, had they told me upfront, neither one of us would have wasted any more time.

 

 

Here is one example of a single male online; after he works long hours at his job, he says he coaches twice a week, plays sports twice a week, goes to the gym 4 times a week, has his kids a good part of the week and yada, yada, yada.  This guy thinks he wants a relationship then you talk and find out he will be busy for the next seven years but he has an open hour to spend with you every other week. lol. Gosh I wonder what he wants to do with you in that one free hour. Hmm, that is a hard one to guess.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 02, 2014 17:34

Well my friend secrets are not good .. Move on my friend .. Move on . 



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Posted on Wed, Apr 02, 2014 16:11

Quoting Andrea2112:

Did you ever worry about saying too much about your life to a new person you just met?  What is appropriate to share with Someone new. In my opinion share it all ., you are who you are and if you have something to hide shouldn't you share?? Come on, people are always pretending to be something other than who they are. What do you think??



In order for any relationship to succeed both partners must be both available and accessible.  Some people are emotionally and physically available but they're not accessible.  They don't share much and seem closed off.  I'm very open and I've been with some who seem to have so many secrets.  It's off putting.

 

 



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