True or False? When you truly love someone, and you break up with them, you can NOT simply stop loving that person, despite all the ending acrimony. True for me.
However, if the person you loved turns out to be, or had become, a form of negative energy, then it would be unwise to waste nostalgic love on the person you once perceived existed, but no longer does exist, and may never have existed. Right or wrong? (I'm not expecting any answers. No one reads what I write anyway.)
"Why is there nothing wrong?" I wondered. I was drinking more red wine than my doctors had prescribed.
Then the question was answered. Because, wine allows me to relax to a place where I “don't seem to be able to get to” otherwise. It's important for me to transcend the “chattering” of my mind. I do that with dance and drumming, and red wine is “another tool” that I use to do that.
Wow! That was good news!
Binge watching "Boston Legal," again. In Season 4, Episode 2, Alan and Gloria break up. Later, on Denny Crane's balcony, Denny asks Alan, "You and Gloria leave it as friends?" Alan replies sadly, "No." Denny responds, "It's sad how you go from intimacy to nothing. Cold turkey. I mean how many people along the way have true meaning in your life? And to suddenly have no contact after... [Pause]. It's sad." So true.
OK, so now I'm back on the dating sites. They have proven productive before, but it was a lot easier five years ago, and much easier than that ten years before then. Nowadays, so-many of the women in my age group present a primary photo that was taken 20 years before their profile age. But they do have other photos and there is often one "giveaway" photo amongst their profile photos, showing how they appear now (or a few years before). Why can't people be honest? I caption or note the date when all of my profile photos were taken. What a great guy I AM!
So many women on the dating sites "love to laugh," so I'm brushing up on my Henny Youngman routines. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-LD9Xgqf6w
Does every woman "love to travel." I searched for women who hate to travel. No hits.
When on a dating website, a woman includes the adjective "generous" among the traits that she seeks in a man, I think, "Gold-digger." But, my own history plays into this perspective. Thus, the thought I get, may not be true.