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What do YOU have to offer?
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I think I have a lot to offer!

I'm self-sufficient financially.
I own my home and car.
I know how to budget (though I spend a bit too much).
I'm handy and try to be a diy-er.
I am a great cook and baker, I love to make dinners and share a glass of wine.
I'm in good shape, I'm healthy and eat well.
I enjoy romance and affection.
I have a good sense of humour.
I'm loyal, a bit of an introvert, so not a social butterfly.
I don't need to cling to a man, I enjoy my space so he can too.
I like comfort and coziness, no need to look for anything beyond my home.
I love animals, have many pets and enjoy nature and wildlife.
I'm active and love to be outdoors.
I'm creative and artistic.
I've been told I'm pretty, I don't need makeup and I look much younger than my age.
I take care of my appearance and hygiene.
I'm not religious but I have a spiritual nature about me and I'm positive and grateful for every moment I have.
My heart is filled with love and I have great compassion and empathy.

This was a very good exercise for my self-esteem, thank you. <3
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I am loving. My partner will always be a priority.
I can open my own jars.
I am driven to solve problems, and have the patience to do so one step at a time.
For the most part, I am calm and my emotions don't stop me from getting stuff done. I don't typically panic.
I enjoy working, and find purpose in most things I do.
I am protective.
I can cook, and look forward to learning how to cook new things. I make wonderful lasagna.
Financial stability is an importance in my life, and I am willing to do the work to get there.
I will do all of the housework.
My partner's music will be an important part of my listening time.
I have gotten pretty good at entertaining myself, in my alone time.
I have really awesome children.
I love dogs.
"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow,
for tomorrow will worry about itself.
Each day has enough trouble of its own"
(Matthew 6:34)
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There's something I'm sure.
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(02-22-2021, 07:34 AM)ardour Wrote: Yes, nice going Skafish.

Thanks, but I'm not sure what for?

(02-22-2021, 07:34 AM)ardour Wrote: I guess I'm basically decent, but beyond that I'm not sure. Whatever I have to offer is probably irrelevant.

I feel pretty similarly...not sure what I can do about it. I guess I don't have enough to offer, but I don't know how, or if, I can get more.

(02-22-2021, 07:34 AM)ardour Wrote: Throughout the majority of my adult life things hardly ever got the stage where even short conversations could happen with any member of the opposite sex who might have been single and near my age. It was almost like women were taking mental notes as to where the unattractive/awkward men were and making sure never to be in any kind of social situation/physical space where you could feasibly speak to them. I'm not the kind of person to try and push myself on women in public, so this has been the main problem. Women were everywhere, yet seemed to have this uncanny ability to never be 'around' where it was socially acceptable to say hello and try and get to know them. Not sure what else to say, really.

It wasn't quite like this for me - I thought it was, but really it was more of an issue of being out of touch with cultural references, not having relatable thoughts and interests and views, seeming too naive and "innocent" to be masculine or interesting/exciting. And not expressing myself for fear of making myself a target for bullies. All of that was hard to do because I just didn't know it, and you don't know what you don't know. Also, it tended to cost money. I feel like I'm still catching up in a lot of ways.

(02-22-2021, 07:34 AM)ardour Wrote: The only long standing interactions I've had with women have been online, and during those few instances some unflattering aspects of myself were revealed (basically being too self-involved, whiny, lacking in social intuition)

It's true that you have to watch what you say, but don't call yourself whiny - that's what people say that just got where they are by dumb luck, and want to congratulate themselves for it, putting others down while blowing their own pipe. Or people who don't really even have anything themselves, who want to feel better about themselves by feeling like they're better than other have-nots. Give yourself more credit!

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I've experienced ego death.
I'm have a low maintanance cost.
I'm extremely smart.
I always speak the truth.
I always make the best decisions.
I exclusively communicate non verbally.
I have the best taste in music.
I'm very rich.
I have no bad qualities.
Happiness is a false God.
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(03-07-2021, 03:50 AM)Hazed Wrote: I've experienced ego death.

I think I experienced that once, pretty sure it was just shrooms though.

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(03-07-2021, 08:06 AM)TheSkaFish Wrote:
(03-07-2021, 03:50 AM)Hazed Wrote: I've experienced ego death.

I think I experienced that once, pretty sure it was just shrooms though.

Now we know why he became Hazed
"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow,
for tomorrow will worry about itself.
Each day has enough trouble of its own"
(Matthew 6:34)
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(03-07-2021, 08:15 AM)AmyTheTemperamental Wrote: Now we know why he became Hazed

LOL! Brilliant Toungue

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I can offer little to no patience and annoyance.

Okay, fine. I can also cook and bake and I'm generally a good listener.
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