Crossing Borders  

NoTTor 38M
5 posts
1/15/2006 11:18 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Crossing Borders

The human nature has a very important need which we must learn to respect. That need is called 'Privacy'.

We have two types of space. Imagine a circle with a smaller circle inside it. The big circle is our environmental space, while the small one is our private space.

For some one to enter my environmental space is to interact with me through appointments or even by chance on the street or call my no. by mistake for example. People should not feel so afraid of letting other into their environmental space, because through that space you could make friends and maybe partners.

On the other hand we have the little circle, the private space, which we should never let anyone else inside it unless we know for sure that this person is THE ONE. Not talking about "The Matrix" here

Both circles can be broken in, so you have to draw the lines for others. It's your life, so set your boundaries for people you want in it. However don't set too strict boundaries or else you'll end up lonely.

So it's all about judgment and experience here after all, so don't feel shy or ashamed to ask some one who is more experienced than you in life matters, if you don't have some one that have that kind of experience, understanding and discretion, then what are you waiting for to make new friends? Get trust-worthy friends that will always be to your back if you had to rely on them.

Don't listen to me, I just woke up from a mid-day nap and i feel so drowsy right now. That's why you'll find so much nonsense in what i have just wrote


rm_PurryKitty2 49M/51F
9753 posts
1/15/2006 12:40 pm

Great advice!

Purry {=}


Exotic852 31F

1/18/2006 2:20 am

I dont know what is wrong with men in my case, they just seem to violate my boundaries. I draw lines, like, i want to go out with that person but i dont want to have sex untill i know that he is my man, but then everything changes, because the guy approaches me wanting to have the thing, violating my privacy...

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