Oct 302017

1. What do you think about when you’re alone in your car?

What I need to do if it’s the beginning of the day, or the day’s events if it’s the end. I think about the past a lot, which is not always healthy.

2. What advice do you have for your previous lover?

To mature a little, be a little more self-sufficient and considerate. Most of the advice from my last relationship is to myself – as I am the only one who can control the change that needed to happen.

3. What  inspires you?

I inspired me. My sister inspired me. My children continue to push me to get up in the mornings. I am a bit lackluster still in life, but making progress towards self-motivation again.

4. If you were to get rid of one person in your life, who would it be and why?

Myself, were that an option. At least, this current self. Banning that, I’m grateful to the people in my life and wouldn’t want to get rid of anyone.

5. How do you cope when your level of sexual desire doesn’t match your partners?

A constant issue in all but a few years of my life. We compromise, mixed in with some whining, begging, and tough negotiations on a case by case setting.

Bonus:  Are you single, why? Are you married, why?

I am neither single nor married. I have two partners – one of which I cohabitate and raise children with. I am not married because I’m ill suited for it.

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  2 Responses to “TMI: Past”

  1. I had similar advice to my previous lover.

  2. Reflecting back on events is okay, provided it doesn’t become an endless loop. 🙁

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