TWO WAYS TO SAY IT  

man4romanticfun 74M
46 posts
8/31/2006 10:14 am

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9/2/2006 7:55 pm

TWO WAYS TO SAY IT


Two expressions that say the same thing in different ways:

Doing the same thing again and again, and expecting different results, is one way to define insanity!

If you want something you have never had before, try doing something you have never done before!

A lot of the sincere people on this site are looking for something they have never had before. Even if they have had a great relationship in the past, they are looking for a great relationship that lasts forever.

Whatever you are looking for, and however you define it makes no difference.
Think about changing the way you present yourself. Change the way you decide who to test drive. Try being more open about who you are, and what you want. Make a change! Strike a new pose!


Have you ever made a change just because YOU wanted to?

Did it make you feel better about yourself?

Want to feel that way again, or for the first time??

Take care, and have fun,
Dalton


Take care and have fun,
Dalton


rm_CurvynCuddly 28F
36 posts
9/2/2006 5:11 pm

Made a change because I wanted to? Oh yes, all the time. Even if we just look at my university experience, I moved somewhere no one I knew was going to be. Why? Because when you're friends with people for a long time they expect you to act an be a certain way, so it's hard to change even if you want to. The solution? Go somewhere new, where no one knows you. Why not?

Another example would be this site. I went from being your stereo-typical 'good little girl' who was shy and did anything to avoid notice. Now? Now I just have to be careful my ego doesn't get to big. I'm comfortable with who I am and know that people find me attractive. An unthinkable thought only a year ago.

I think changes are good as a general rule, even if you don't see it right away.


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