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This means: (1) That Bonnie is a failure at dating AND (2) She’s accumulated a lot of experiences and knowledge about the dating landscape for middle-aged chicks in Austin.
Once upon a time, internet dating was a vaguely embarrassing pursuit.
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I was scared and nervous, but threw myself into the process (with my therapist and dear friends nearby)! Part of that was for my own growth and information. The men I match with have gotten much more aggressive about sex in the past 2 years. Fortunately, I’ve gotten savvier about what sexual code phrases mean. I also go in with lower expectations than I used to.
Just a few years ago I was naive and unsure of myself regarding dating. But these days I know so much more about myself, what I’m looking for, and what I’mlooking for. It’s hard not to be discouraged after so many dead-end first dates over the years.
Over the past 5 years, I have worked hard, gone on a ton of dates, cried a lot, made missteps, learned from those mistakes, taken breaks when needed, and have gained a lot of insight. Still…Even though I remain single, I’m proud of my growth and courage to put myself out there!
I prefer locking down a potential meeting time/place sooner than I did when I first started dating. As I reflect on those first 2 or 3 years, I can see that I was more concerned about “him” rather than myself. But it did lead to A LOT of tears and holding myself responsible for things that had very little to do with me.)Veteran Bonnie Will I be attracted to him? If so, how quickly can I get him to be honest about what type(s)? Guys disappear after what I deemed a good, or even great, date.
Will he blow me off all day then ask me “out” at pm?