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Rather than meticulously ourselves in hopes that the other would fall in love with our constructed ‘profile,’ question by question, obsessively hitting send and receive, we stripped away all illusions and said, here I am: flawed, brave, tender, open, and . Given the electronic, non face-to-face, medium of the conversation, we had the opportunity to take our time and be our best selves in answering questions.

Instead of being defensive or evasive, we were able to confront these questions and answers with compassion and grace.

Many people think that if they reveal their scariest secrets and most tender parts that they’ll turn their lovers off, but that’s just not true.

Maybe you’ll scare off the immature douche bags that aren’t looking for real intimacy anyway, but that’s a blessing, not a pitfall. As we inched closer and closer through cyberspace, one email at a time, we couldn’t wait until the next time we got our hands on each other.

We discussed how the numbers made us feel, and why. So, even if you and your lover live in the same town or even the same house, whether you’ve been together for months or years, try playing a game of Pass the Note. And nine years later, you’ll go back and read the correspondences that you’ve saved in an email folder, and you’ll fall in love all over again.

Ironically, this doomed approach allowed us to be more fearless in Pass the Note.

We figured we had nothing to lose anyway, so we might as well bare it all. We asked questions that you would never want to answer—and remember, we had to answer our own questions, too.

When my husband tells me he loves me, I know I can trust him.

I know he loves me for me, and not the package I sold.

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