Posted on January 2, 2009 by Raindreamer
Somebody asked me this question in this blog for a while ago.
I don’t think it is a question of need. I can do without a mate. I might feel more satisfied with a family, but I am rather happy with my life as it is. In fact relationships (with men) usually make me feel frustrated and uncomfortable. (more…)
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Posted on September 22, 2008 by Raindreamer
Yesterday I was standing in the line checkout line behind two young men of about 20 years of age. Other one started to talk about his “future ex-wife” and noted that he did not intend to be married forever. He did not seem like a hard person as in fact he was quite polite towards me. (more…)
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Posted on April 8, 2008 by Raindreamer
I’ve been wondering whether to write about this or not. In a way it feels indiscreet – on the other hand I don’t intend to publish any names. First there was a guy, who looked for tall girls in Wales. Then some one looked for big women, whatever that meant. (more…)
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Posted on March 27, 2008 by Raindreamer
He is legally man, he has beard. His wife had hysterectomy (removing uterus) due to endrometriosis and cannot get pregnant. According to his own story, he just stopped taking testosterone to be able to get pregnant, without needing no help of artificial hormones nor fertility drugs to aid her (his) pregnancy. Got lost? I almost did. (more…)
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Posted on March 19, 2008 by Raindreamer
It all started, when I red from the Dr. Phil’s page that men are biologically destined to be selfish. Men often complain about women being greedy, but the real life studies shows that men use more money to their own convenience (like nice gadgets), while women usually invest towards home and family. Women also do most of the house work (the so called men’s jobs do take usually quite a little time in average). (more…)
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Posted on March 18, 2008 by Raindreamer
I filled in a questionnaire on partnership issues. There were some questions that made me think. Both me and my sister have emotional relationship issues – although we have reacted in different ways towards our childhood.
I wonder what impact does parents union have on our view of relationship. It is in the end what we’ve experienced when we were growing up. We might have seen something of the unions of our uncles and aunts, maybe also of our grandparents and cousins, or we might not, depending how open our family is. Yet there are usually few other role models as people don’t show their true self towards outsiders. (more…)
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Posted on February 27, 2008 by Raindreamer
All spisnters ready? You’ve looked your selves nice guy to propose? It is once in the four years opportunity to propose a guy – and win (depending of tradition) skirt cloth or nice pair of gloves (If he doesn’t say yes that is).
I have to admit that I am dodger here. I could propose, but I don’t know any one at the moment, I’d wish to say yes. Pathetic, Isin’t it? Put all you other: go for it at February 29th.
Marriage Proposals by Women: Tips and Is Trend Really for Leap Year Only?
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