I recently signed up on a free dating site, got chatting to a nice man, then eventually we met. There was no connection or chemistry in person. I'm okay with this as we met via a computer screen. A lesson well learned for me. I'm of the opinion that dating sites are superficial, and they encourage our minds to build a hopeful story based on photos and profile information.
Although I've read that dating sites work for something like 20% of people, for me these sites are a way of trying to force meeting your Mr./Miss Right, and are interfering with the Universe trying to help us.
I'm going to delete my account soon on the dating site, because I am happy as a single person (but it would be great to meet someone wonderful and share my life with them), and these sites seem to set me up for disappointment. I basically think that technology geared toward dating interferes with "fate", "manifestation" and "messages from the Universe" etc.
How many of you met your partners using dating sites, and how many of you met your partners by simply "being" and cherishing the "present moment" and allowing the Universe to steer you in the right direction?
Since moving to my new "independent senior home", I have been vilified and targeted right from day one. I have been here two years. Neighbors came forward and asked lots of questions and, I, wanting to fit in, perhaps gave too much information about myself. Most of the neighbors have large families, friends, some are still working, have wealth and are in a tight knit group with other tenants...
were you are are you disciplined for wetting the bed or pants? I’m not and nether is my brother but y’all know I babysit and last night I was sitting for a new family and they have a 8 year old that still wets the bed. When he was getting ready for bed he started crying. I was like what’s wrong? He said if he wets his bed or goodnites his dad spanks him in the morning. I feel so bad for...