Dying Single

It’s safe to say, at some time in our lives, almost everyone is going to want a sexual relationship (marriage, etc), but many people don’t succeed in finding love (goodness that was corny).

Why is it that while some people succeed effortlessly, others don’t?

I was a perfect example of a guy with seemingly no hope for procreation (maybe that was too powerful a statement), but having a small body frame, being severely underweight, having a big head, and salvaging a trace amount of self-esteem has taught me some important things.

Some people have to improve themselves more than others, and that’s okay. Life is not perfect. Past and present, nothing has changed that fact. The only solution is for one to deal with their circumstances.

For a long time, I would complain and despair about my lack of attractive physical features and social skills, but I was always determined to work hard to get what ever I need.

As a preteen, I began to learn about attraction. It lead to many failures, but eventually, a considerable level of confidence.

It’s time to stop complaining and start learning. We as humans can choose to sabotage or enrich our lives, but we never chose to exist; we are not all powerful. Therefore, instead of complaining about circumstances we didn’t choose, we should use our power to choose good decisions.

Yes, I’ve learned a lot about attraction, my life has improved, and I want my readers to learn things I’ve learned, but the details will be in another post.

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2 Comments

  1. Good conversation starter. Many have the same thoughts for various reasons. We must truly learn to be content with what we have and more importantly, whose we are!! Looking forward to seeing more! šŸ™‚

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