Dear Me  

TurnLock 59M
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8/16/2006 8:08 am

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Dear Me

I was watching Oprah and in an upcoming episode she mentions writing a letter to your younger self. Got me to thinking, about what would I tell myself.

Dear Me,

You are going to have a lot of good and bad times ahead and there are decisions that you will have to make that will affect your happiness and I want to give you a heads up on some of them.

Get out of the water before your step-dad starts to get playful. You can play later on another day (this day gave me a fear of drowning when they submerged me under water, thinking it was funny)

That feeling in between your legs is normal. Try if you can not to play with it much, we’ll talk about girls next. I know they seem scary and evil but they will bring you a joy that will make up for the pain and suffering that they give you. Crazy as it may seem, their hitting and cruelness is a sign of their affection for you. If they didn’t like you they wouldn’t have anything to do with you. Don’t be afraid of women, talk to as many as you can, get to the point where you are comfortable to talk about anything and that fear will be gone.

There is no such thing as an ugly person. Don’t let physical beauty or other people opinions about what they think is pretty influence how you see or treat people. The most beautiful woman can have the ugliest soul and personality imaginable. The same can be said for what you perceive as ugly. Take away the makeup and you’ll be surprise what an even playing field it becomes.

You don’t know it now but you are a good looking man and shouldn’t lose your confidence because there are numerous better looking men than you. We are what we are. You will have your opportunities for love and it will change you. The only thing stopping you from competing with other guys is your fear of failure. In Baseball .360 is fantastic in academia this is horrible. Think of your dealing with women as baseball shoot for .360 you only need one hit to get a home-run.

Learn to accept your failures, I know it’s hard to let go. You want to believe that you can fix everything. That isn’t always possible, something’s are impossible to fix; death, accidents and not being in love. If it can’t be fixed, give it up and start again with something new.

Your future will be interesting; surprise you go into the Army, you discover sex, you fall in love. You marry and divorce twice, you have 5 loving kids and life long friendships and memories develop. You’ve got a lot ahead; try not to get fixated on any one thing. Oh, yeah, you develop a healthy interest in big tits and you develop ED at the moment in life when you can enjoy sex to the fullest. Life is funny, seek help.

2daycowboywanted 45F

8/16/2006 8:29 am

Hope you are feeling much better now.

Until later

TurnLock 59M
576 posts
8/16/2006 9:21 am

I think I will tailor a similar letter to my 14yr old son.

amoldenough 69F
16436 posts
8/16/2006 9:58 am

This was an excellent post. That sounds like a good idea. Your letter is very interesting. I think it helped us get to know you a bit better.

"Don't cry because it's over; smile because it happened."

TurnLock replies on 8/17/2006 10:56 pm:
Well thanks, I aim to please.

JuicyBBW1001 54F

8/17/2006 8:11 pm

Wow nice letter and maybe I should do that some day but I am afraid it will sound like a boring novel or something.


TurnLock replies on 8/17/2006 10:55 pm:
You should, everyone's life is a story and I would love to hear yours and everyone else that I would have the opportunity to read.

JuicyBBW1001 54F

8/18/2006 9:02 pm

Thanks for the inspiration Dear Me


TurnLock replies on 8/19/2006 11:20 am:
Thanks for sharing with us.

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