Until you learn to appreciate your own presence, you’ll never feel comfortable, let alone happy, with anyone else.There are a few things you can do to feel better about yourself. You have some deep, deep issues that I can’t begin to help you with.I only saw him once after he returned home when I drove to his state and stayed a couple days.Unfortunately, he was not the person I thought he was, and I ended the relationship. I’m self-conscious about my weight, how I look, scars I got from surgery, and the fact that I’m disabled.I’m in my early 30s and I’ve had two relationships in my life.My first boyfriend and I were together for five years.
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In nine paragraphs you go on and on and on about what a miserable person you are and how much contempt you have for anyone who doesn’t share your moral superiority, which I can assure you does little to endear you to potential friends (platonic or otherwise).
But even if you had friends — even if you hooked up with someone at your convention to momentarily ease the crippling loneliness you live beneath, you’d never stop feeling lonely. Because no relationship — sexual, romantic, platonic — will relieve your loneliness, even momentarily, because it’s not so much a lack of company making you feel lonely, it’s your company.
And there’s no advice I — or anyone — can give you that will change that or give you a shortcut to personal fulfillment.
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