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  1. I totally endorse this suggestion SS. I felt reluctant to say this. Glad you did.
  2. The operative word in there is "genuine". Some people can be trained to "work the room" so to speak. They don't have genuine interest, it is a part played.
  3. Gage. Perhaps it would be best to address these issues first and foremost (outside any relationship I mean). Being scared is not a good foundation for a relationship.
  4. That is the heart of the matter, OP. Regardless of whether you have a wild social whirl or deep relaxation when you do meet, if once a month is not sufficient for you, then perhaps the relationships needs re-thinking. or
  5. Hey DF. Lol. I said "non-stop". Freedom of speech and all that, you know!
  6. Yes. Absolutely. I cannot imagine anything more boring than non-stop Netflix and "chilling".
  7. Genuine people create connection and find depth even in short, everyday conversations. Their genuine interest in other people makes it easy for them to ask good questions and relate what they're told to other important facets of the speaker's life. They aren't driven by ego.
  8. And that is great Brie. Your parents show a very healthy attitude. Your mother sounds like an independent lady, and it is understandable that she would not want any fuss. She would wish to deal with the treatments and their effects in her own way. I second what DF says.
  9. All that said, Jason, and I am referring to online, honesty is the best policy and IMO you would need to disclose what you see as a disability.
  10. And that is what is important, Jason. If thinking of disclosing online is stressing you then perhaps it would be best to meet women in real life.
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  12. This is so evidently and definitely abuse, OP. I so hope you can find an affordable attorney. It seems that no legal aid (free) is available where you are. It does, unfortunately, look as if you will have to be the one to move out. Getting a divorce would surely mean that you would stay in your home, with the children, while HE would have to move away. Yes?
  13. This aspect would be more concerning IMO than scantily-clad purveyors of coffee.
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