The broken world of online dating
(If you’ve never had that kind of dizzy, you’re lucky, and I promise, it exists.) I’ve whined and complained about how people see me and treat me in several of my past blogs. I resent people for being to work full-time and bring home a regular-sized paycheck.
How they resent me for not working as much as they do or for not doing as much in general as they do. I miss those days, when I was up and around constantly and always working and not worrying about how I was going to pay the bills or buy groceries.
Props to you, for real, but there will always be a little bit of resentment in me that I have to smile away. Listening to the waves and smelling the nice, clean mountain air. So, give yourself another “resentment from Cyndi” tally.
, I scolded myself for wishing I was anyone besides me for a couple of minutes. At the same time, it’s not your “fault” you’re healthy. I appreciate all my friends, family and readers and I really don’t want to have pity parties, but my frustration gets the best of me sometimes.
If you’re an empath, read on, my friend, and we’ll navigate this dating world together. And I don’t mean your every day kindness to strangers.
I mean, deep, loving acceptance and love for humans…even those who might seem hard to love to others. This can be a gift in dating, because it opens us to many possibilities in partners. We can also create deep, loving, conscious relationships with a willing partner.
Our compassionate, sensitive hearts, and well-tuned antennae can be a gift to us, and to those who get to be loved by us.
This can make love easy, but it can also make love a danger zone if our compassion makes us ignore or minimize negative qualities in a partner that should be red flags not to be ignored. Have you had a string of relationships with people who seem to need some healing or “fixing”?