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- Body language
I’m uncomfortable a lot.
I give a lot of one-word answers when I’m not comfortable.
I’m not good at small talk.
I’m bad at letting people know when a conversation is over.
I’m not good at reading people’s emotions. I might be slightly autistic.
I have trouble finding the right words.
Sometimes I st-st-stutter. I trip over my tongue.
I’m not friendly. Not because I don’t like someone. I’m not sure what’s appropriate, so I err on the side of caution.
I get wrapped up in my own thoughts. I don’t like being interrupted. I get annoyed.
I don’t like talking to strangers. It’s stressful. It’s uncomfortable.
If you hi to me on the street and I don’t recognize you you’ll probably get a strange reaction. Don’t take it personally.
I’m just incredibly awkward.
Don’t worry about finding the right person. Become the right person.
– Source Unknown
The first step to being the right person is loving yourself.
I’ve hated myself for a long as I can remember.
I’m working on loving myself now. I feel pretty good about myself now. I’ve got a lot of bad qualities, but there are a lot of good ones, too. I can work on the bad ones, and the good ones can always get better.
My relationships with my boys are more important than any romantic relationships right now. I’m a better father than I’ve been in the past, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement.
I’m not satisfied with a lot of things in my life right now.
I want to be able to go to the temple, and that’s not something I can do right now. I want to improve my spirituality and get to the temple.
I’ve been doing phone jobs for most of my life. I hate talking on the phone. I ‘m burned out and I really need to do something else.
I’m not healthy. I’m fat. I go for walks, but not every day. I don’t eat healthy. I’m on an antidepressant and blood pressure meds. I want to get off those.
I need to start reading books on a daily basis. I want to learn and develop new skills.
I want to be my own boss. I wants to build websites and make money from those.
I want to be able to afford to support myself, my wife and kids. I want my mom to be able to stop working.
I don’t feel like I have to self-actualize before pursuing a romantic relationship. I do want to get moving in the right direction and make some real progress first.
Making the changes I want will make me a different person. Someone who would fall in love with the man I am now wouldn’t fall in love with the man I want to become.
The woman I really want to marry is someone who’d love that guy.