Monday, December 12, 2016
Eight of Swords (R)
Book: Passive aggressive behavior, acting helpless, clarity, overcoming restrictions, ready to move on, prone to self sabotage
Guidance: Be aware of giving into your helplessness, worry solves and changes nothing
This is a rough card to receive today. Yes I know the path forward is to let go of X and start meeting people, but that sucks. I have no f*ing desire to go on random dates when 90% of the guys available suck.
January 25, 2018
Wow! I was a little whiny when I first met this. It's interesting that over the past year, I've had the chance to observe older (i.e 30+) guys who are single and they are all so desperate. It's like they cannot stand being alone and they jump from person to person to person. I don't know if they dislike having to face themselves in the mirror or what, but I find it a little pathetic.
I don't really dislike being alone as it gives me the opportunity to work on myself and to get to truly know who I am. That doesn't mean I don't want someone in my life, but I want the right person in my life. I don't just want to fill up space with whoever is available. I want someone who is emotionally mature, who is kind, who is loving, and is comfortable in his own skin. I don't want someone who wants/needs me to meet all his needs.
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