Date: June 12, 2019 07:36PM
> Young society isn't a happy place. Suicide is
> through the roof, more and more live alone.
> Because a lot of that generation has failed to
> establish stable, longterm relationships before
> middle age, they will spend most of their lives
> alone, and die alone.
> They are also infected with various toxic ideas
> which will make them desperately unhappy like that
> everyone has the chance to be rich, respect must
> be demanded not earned, a starvation diet is good,
> sex is merely a form of masturbation, and that
> they are all special little ponies. If they belong
> to certain demographics, they will also be
> brainwashed into thinking they and their kind are
> no good, and they must work to destroy that.
Jordan, if these are your conclusions in your own search for a partner, you are looking in all the wrong places. Try other places--places where these kinds of people, just naturally, do NOT frequent.
Take some community college classes in subjects you have interest in, but have not really pursued before, AND which are generally "attractive" to those of your (preferred in a partner) gender: history, auto mechanics, how to play a musical instrument, local drama presentations, whatever.
Join in on some community service project: taking care of animals in need (companion animals or wild animals, doesn't matter which)....cleaning up some area of your community which needs physical cleanup....volunteering to pass out food and clean clothes to the homeless where you are....
In general, the people you will meet volunteering for these kinds of projects will be good, genuine, and dependable people.
> A striking thing about them is how few of them are
> happy with their bodies in some way. They wish to
> modify them in some regard. Not just tattoos
> either. And when they modify them, they find that
> doesn't cure their malaise. It just finds another
Depends on the body modification. One of the best things which ever happened to me in my entire life was working at a place (Litton Industries, in aerospace) where the medical insurance for Litton employees was really good, and being told by a female, fellow employee that there was this REALLY good plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills who had "done" HER nose, and if I really wanted this (AND I ABSOLUTELY DID EMPHATICALLY WANT THIS!!!!), I should go see this particular doctor, especially because he already did accept the Litton medical insurance she and I shared.
It was one of the absolutely, positively, over-the-top stupendously, most important and most wonderful things I have ever done in this life.
On just about every day of my life since the bandages came off (and the swelling began shrinking back to normal, even with the then-existing bruising) I have said: "Thank you, Dr. Berman, for my nose!!" (He also told me he had made my nose a bit shorter than it "should" be for my age at that time, but that as I got older, I would be grateful--and he was so, SO right!!)
Bottom line: Sometimes body modification can, at least in some circumstances, "save your [yet-to-be-realized] life."
Start finding and pursuing other, new, interests, with groups of people other than those you have been hanging out with, where the new people you meet will tend to be the kind of people you'd like to have in your life for the rest of your life.
Some of those are likely to be eventual romantic interests, and you will have already been connecting with a likely, compatible, group.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 06/13/2019 03:26AM by Tevai.