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Again, IMHO, I believe women should wear a hair style that suits them. A man who demands that a woman NOT cut her hair is a bit controlling, wouldn't you say?
And I just wanted to add, about wanting so much just to find some special person. I get it. I really do. I just wanted to offer you my encouragement :)
Keep being open and take note, most guys are far more shy in this area then you can imagine, in a way more shy then you gals, myself included.
Hope this helps, God bless
I'm sure the right guy will appreciate your straight forward ness and honesty! All I can say is when you're feeling panicked or you feel like you may be moving to fast, just send up a little prayer- God please guide me in this. Another thing that I like to do, but sometimes forget to, is to say a prayer before I log on, sometimes to St Raphael or straight up to God! I find I am much more peaceful and happy about the whole situation when I remember to do this.
Good luck and God bless!!
I have a few questions, mainly for the gentlemen, but ladies can answer as well if they have some insight. I am a pretty bold person, sometimes too bold perhaps including being really talkative and honest about my feelings, especially when I just want things to happen when I see potential (which suggests that I don't always want to let God be in control of the relationship area of my life). I feel as though I scare many guys away with my talkative and forward personality, being too honest;). And then I have moments where I get scared and just completely back away when I am faced with the possibility of someone being interested in me because I don't want to them to think that I am crowding them or being bothersome. There may be an obvious answer but how do I calm myself down? Is it more appropriate to let the man say how he feels instead of admitting my feelings first? Will a guy say something about how he truly feels or is it more common for a guy to be too shy to express those feelings until awhile later? I don't want to scare guys away or make them feel uncomfortable or make them think that I don't like them, but sometimes I feel as though I don't have a guy because of those very reasons. Help!