I can’t MAKE someone fall in love with me, nor can I manipulate the situation to work in my favor.
I have to just be myself and if they want to board Suzie’s Magic Fun Bus then they are more than welcome! I don’t play games, I don’t tell men what they want to hear in order to get them to like me. I learned the hard way that those “tactics” never work in my favor. But, it certainly took me a while to get to this place.
She is becoming increasingly rude and the last time she called me, yesterday, she asked me, "Do you just not like my name? After writing 2000 words in detail I got times out. But I can say I did experience everything the others experienced.
" I have repeatedly asked her to stop calling but she continues to harass me. Intense pressure, threatening calls of lawsuits when I cancelled my check. I was very open-minded to race, careers, even disability. My profile and pics were quite in line with most other ladies in my age group. Stay away from this company no matter what they may call themselves. I would be more than happy to participate in a Class Action lawsuit.
To me, attraction and a connection with the other person is key, as well as ambition. Also, I think of a new prospect like a puzzle piece, I ask myself if they really truly fit into my life’s puzzle or if I would have to force it. Things always fall in place where they’re supposed to. After my divorce, I learned that I can’t control everything that happens to me.
I love seeing someone excited about what they are doing, to have goals and to achieve them. Regardless of how hot they are or how successful or how they make me feel, I need to make sure they are the right person for me and that takes time. That, my friends, is how I manage MY dating expectations. Although I have an idea of where I want to be, I can’t plan out my life and expect it all to fall into place in a nice neat package.
I consider a first date a success if you are either feeling positive or neutral about the person you went out with.