saywhatoo 51F
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5/25/2006 6:00 pm

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6/5/2006 5:39 pm


Afer looking at all these beautiful people, makes me realize, I had better work at it.

rm_b2dnar 63M

5/26/2006 6:52 am

G'Day, Say -

It's an admirable goal - we all tend to feel better about ourselves when we take care of ourselves. And that feeling spills over into all aspects of our lives - mental, sensual and sexual.

But one thing to keep in mind along the journey - Beautiful people aren't always defined by measurements, bust size, or supermodel looks. Frankly, very few are "blessed" with those assets. I know I'm not.

Yes - I agree that most men place those attributes high on the list when seeking a partner - and when confronted with "one of those kinds of people," it routinely scares the ever-loving Sh#t out of em'!

Don't get me wrong - I'm attracted to a "Beautiful Woman" as much as the next guy, but I hold to the theory that you "can't judge a book by it's cover." Physical characteristics are one thing, but if you can't engage the person mentally, well, I for one, will choose to move on.

The real challenge here is that, with women, society has placed such a high premium on looks - to the exclusion of the ability to think, converse and share. I've fallen into that trap more than once - been presented an opportunity to spend some time with a gorgeous Lady. Know what? Left me simply shaking my head (the big one). It's one thing to have the tools - it's entirely another to know how to use them! And the brain is the most complex, controlling sexual organ we posess and it governs everything else that goes on.

Bottom line: If looks are important to you - work on getting them to a level YOU are comfortable with. (You are the one you will be spending the rest of your life with!) But at the same time - concentrate on the "inner" you - your thoughts, wishes and desires. Figure out what you wish to accomplish - what YOU want to do. True - you may not know exactly what that is at this point, but I suspect you have some thoughts on this issue. Identify the one that is most intriguing to you - and devise a plan to explore it. You will find one of two resultswell, actually, there are three) 1. You may find out that the experience was everything you thought - and wish to explore it further; 2. You may find out that it's not for you - and walk away; or 3. It may open your eyes and mind to an entirely different road to traverse. Any of the above results is to be considered as a success. You've tried - and learned.

Get comfortable with yourself. If you don't think highly of yourself - how can you expect anyone else to?

Good Luck on your journey. Remember - there's a lot of folks out here pulling for you!

B2 out

LivinLovinLife2 62M

5/31/2006 6:39 pm

You have to either be comfortable and confident in yourself or make mental or physical changes.

B2 has a good handle on it - One I wish I had had as a young man.

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