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Thursday, 02 April 2015


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Lol. You're a fine story teller, lady.


So much wisdom!

"It is said that at a certain stage, a woman knows within three to four months, sometimes a lot sooner, whether she wants to invest her time in someone..." This is so true.


"I will get back in the game with a clean slate to love as fearlessly as if I've never known heartbreak. In this new phase, there is clarity about who I am and what I want."

... This loving fearlessly after heartbreak is the hard part. I take the hurt, pain, distrust with me.


I enjoy your writing! This article resounds with me. As a woman in her fifties, I understand this stage of life very well. I've been married, divorced and indulged in casual sex for a period of my life. And then one day it happened... I woke up and what I wanted was different and life had changed. I think that being able to say, "I want a man who does more than stimulate my clit and make my nipples hard, I want one who nourishes the whole woman," this is a defining milestone in a woman's life.

I don't like to give advice, but you are on the right path to meeting that special one. The moment you compromise and settle, you lose. Blessings to you, young lady.

Porcelain Lotus

Oh I'm like Em in this case. I take the hurt with me as well and used to use it to build up walls. I'm learning to break down those walls but I have not yet learned how to love fearlessly again.


This is real talk right here! Men who want sex without commitment doesn't stand a chance with a real woman. I tell men all the time that a woman who knows who she is and what she wants doesn't have time for games.


Mac is cra, cra lol. I have met men with questionable fetishes. I just turned 30 and I'm still playing the field, but I'm starting to get tired of all the BS out here.

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