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Monday, October 16, 2017

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YOU CAN BANK ON A LOAN. riginal

The banker's manicured fingers drummed noiselessly on the edge of the sexual dysfunction counselor's soft- pleated leather couch. Mr Greyson sat bolt upright, felt naked, inadequate, outside the confines of his corporate nest at the bank.

The counselor leaned forward, lightheartedly admonishing his client. "Mr Greyson rest assured from what i've gleaned about your marriage philandering would be a retrogressive step neither of you should entertain if you want to go forward into the rehabilitation of your marital relationship". Greyson allowed a... Read More

Once upon a time... Nah, I thought about how to start this post and as much as I like the concept of a fairy tale, the ending is not happy; so "Once of Upon a Time" just isn't working.

The core of this post is about age. There are benefits in being young, older and mature, but this post is to be about how those benefits are viewed by the attractive girl. When I am finished, you will understand why an older guy can have females flirt with him.

Now where was I, oh yes? Picture a castle.

This is a study of energy. The journey of the male energy is from Page, to Prince, to... Read More

Interacting with a 23 year old bikini model; even if you are introduced to her by friend, is always an interesting game. They live in a different world. For those of us that were absent when God handed out the looks, it is not always easy to understand how the beautiful think.

Rachelle was a girl who captured the heart of most who crossed her path. Yet many people would see little past her perfect body.

She was brought to dinner by a mate. They had been dating. When I say dating; I mean a few parties, a bit of sex and some late night "I'm bored and lonely" calls and texts from... Read More

The question above is one we’ve all asked ourselves while making that occasional, sizzling eye contact. And it’s also the oldest both men and women have contemplated every time their heart skips that irreversible beat. God made us equipped to love another, to share that certain bond we feel with no one else. But is it love we have while stroking the others hand, or simply an infatuation, a physical response that goes no further than living in the moment when it happens?

Let’s start with some definitions:

Love is a strong feeling for another which lasts through time, and never... Read More

This is a world-first! I'm going to redefine how you can judge relationships. No longer their star signs, or shared interests and values, or compatible personalities or many other things. No it's all about a brand new term unveiled for you in the brand new 'Life Cycles' theory :-'Confluence'. Now this is not a brand new word and it usually refers to when two bodies of water (often rivers) join together to form one larger and stronger body of water. The new current will increase as the water volume increases. In the same way when 'Confluence' is used in 'Life Cycles' terms, it refers to two... Read More

Most have experienced it: staying with the same person no matter how bad and unhealthy a relationship becomes, hoping against the odds that things will eventually get better allowing love to prevail. Some look to God, wish upon a star, or seek out and counsel with every psychologist around to heal the broken seams, replace bad with good, take another drink of love potion which brought bodies together in the first place, and inflame the sparks both felt while first meeting. But realistically, sometimes the right thing to do is walk away early on before you wake up one morning, aged, staring... Read More

A really good topic, don’t you think? Well, let’s start with some stats.

According to some of the latest reports, the amount of all men who never marry past the age of 44 is roughly 21%, for women it’s 15%. Our nations divorce rate is ever-changing, but Wikipedia states that the overall numbers in the 21st century have decreased compared to the 1990’s. In 2010, it was 48 % under the age of 18, 29% between 18-19, 29% between 20-24, and 24% over the age of 25. This draws opposition to the well-used statement that “over half of all marriages end in divorce.” Clearly, the numbers decline... Read More

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