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Looking for Friends m4w I'm a Looking for someone to be friends first then chill guy, into alot for fun, looking for anyone who wants to get together, have a few drinks, watch some movies, and get to know each other.

I like someone who can stimulate my mind and someone who is a family man. If you see this then I'm still seeking. Shoot me an email with a photo and I'll send one back. I'm not from here so exchange me for not having an accent lol. As we enjoyed a bowl cereal and infomercials on tv I came to the conclusion f this im not spending valentines single so here goes.

Love is a curious thing and most people are looking for it. Women seem to be especially susceptible to feeling the need to find someone to be with. The neediness and desperation of people often shows through their vulnerability for love.

There is just one problem: Keep reading for a couple of points on the subject: I have a girlfriend that is constantly talking about wanting to settle down with a man. When a person is desperate to find a mate, he or she may not realize that conversations with others may be too transparent too soon. You do not have to tell your life story and personal details the first time you meet someone. Part of the appeal of someone is his or her mysteriousness.

When my husband and I met, I was not looking for a boyfriend, much less a husband. I had not given up on the prospect, but I was at a point in my life where that was not my focus. Because I was focused on my own pursuits at that time, men were coming out of nowhere asking me out on dates.

When you are not looking for someone to love, that is when people tend to appear. The simple fact of focusing on other pursuits gives off an air of confidence to others. If that objectivity fades, how can you discern who is right for you in a relationship? After a while, everyone seems to be a good fit because you want him or her to be, not because he or she is the right fit. I have seen women make this mistake and lose their ability to make sound, coherent judgments of the character of others.

Also, the idea behind the concept is that the energy you give off is attractive to others. Letting love happen naturally will most certainly expedite your finding the right person.

When you stop looking, the right person seems to walk in the door unexpectedly. Sometimes it is a psychological idea that when you take your mind off something, it happens. Finding love should not be burdensome, but fun.

Do you not think it is more romantic when someone wants to be with you, just because? More often than not, when you are desperately seeking love, you will be more likely to date any jerk that comes along. Patience is the key to finding the right person and letting love find you.

Rushing into finding someone opens you up to the vulnerability of falling for the wrong person—like someone who may only be looking for a fling. So, next time you are out with your friends, relax, take a deep breath, have fun, and be yourself.

Do not try so hard to make someone like you. Just let love bloom naturally. You may find yourself in love sooner than you think. If you are a man, the chances are slim that you have a tribe of good friends. As men we tend to become isolated. Women, in spite of their natural ability to connect to other women, in our tech age are also losing deep friendships. You may have hundreds of social media friends.

But how many of them can you call at 2 AM to help you in a crisis? I started out in a small Vermont town. Everyone knew you… and your business. There were not many places to hide. I felt secure in knowing others were watching out for me. I can remember years ago living in Phoenix sobbing as I read a Vermont Life magazine article. In that moment I longed for community and close friends. Not having close friends since high school, I created a plan to develop them. We are helping other men start groups and develop deep friendships.

The core of what we learned was the ROC formula: Relax, Open and Connect. They are the first three strategies to generating close friends. There were not many places to hide, and I felt secure in knowing others were watching out for me.

We live in a world that continues to run faster with more to do. Your nervous system starts to habituate to that pace along with all those around you. Once you begin to accept and experience your pace you can start to relax. In relaxing, you may feel anxious. This is a lifelong process. You need to start to see results. Mindfulness is a great tool to speed the development of this skill.

By slowing down, you are more able to do the next skill. Once you begin to accept your body, mind and emotional experiences you have more room to open up to being vulnerable to others.

With vulnerability you are real, you are human. Sure, some will not like you. Once you relax and open, you are ready to reach out to connect to another. If vulnerability is the key, connecting is the door. When you step through your fears to reach out to another while being present and vulnerable, you upped your game. Shifting from being passive to active by moving forward to connect has you give up some control. Sure you can connect from your hyper-persona, but you know what that will get you.

If you want more friends sooner, apply these three steps tomorrow. This is critical to the ROC formula and friendships. To the extent you feel unsafe your physiology will shift into its survival state. If you feel unsafe, there is a good chance the other person feels unsafe. You can push your way through by denying your physical and emotional feelings. Or you could slow down to allow yourself to feel the lack of safety AS your risk to move forward towards connecting.

A safe space is the fertile soil for friendship. When you slow down to connect to the kinds of friends you want you are more likely to create them. Rather than hoping, you get clear so you can create a plan. If you want friends that enjoy nature, hanging in bars may not be the place to meet them. Joining a hiking club would set you up to meet nature lovers. With clarity comes taking a stand for what you want. Sure, a good friend is there for another when he or she is not receiving from the other.

You know what I mean. When you see his caller ID, you hesitate to pick up. If you fill your life with relationships that suck you dry you will have no room for those that can nourish you.

Start saying what you truly feel and want. Sometimes the truth will set one of these people free. Others speak of having good boundaries. I say fill your boundaries with all of your feelings and wants. Be courageously authentic and the need to work on strong boundaries will be irrelevant. Those that you would want will be attracted to you. We are attracted to people who have a purpose in life.

We read books and see movies about people who stand up for something that puts them at risk. Go for more than finding your passion. Explore what you want to live and die for. The more you enjoy your own company, the more others will. The more you enjoy being by yourself the less you have misplaced needs. We instinctually and biologically, let alone psychologically, need others. I am speaking about being OK with your own company. We are social animals; we are hungry for connection.

We want to be heard and witnessed, not analyzed and lectured to. The next time you find yourself not being heard or see yourself go into problem-solving mode, slow down. Use the ROC formula to reorient. Back away from seeing the person as a problem. Listen less for understanding and more for connection.

Why You Only Find Love When You Stop Looking For It

Of course it ended, you think to yourself, he had a poster of Delta Goodrem in his bedroom! My own chief criterion has always been about whether or not he has any female friends. When I met my partner, this was one of the many things I liked about him. He had male friends, yes, but lots of female friends, too, many of whom he is still close to.

Some people asked me tentatively if I was OK with it. And this stance is far from confined to the evangelical vice president. Most stunningly, a majority of women and nearly half of men said it was unacceptable to have dinner or drinks alone with someone of the opposite sex other than their spouse.

Of course, there are rare exceptions here. Occasionally, people can go up a few rungs on the attractiveness ladder. Maybe you do a Chris Pratt and radically change your physique. Or you do a Mark Zuckerberg and go from being a random nerd to a powerful rich person. Personality, which is such a huge factor in attraction, tends not to change drastically.

Shy people stay shy. Outgoing people stay outgoing. Tortured artists, power-hungry maniacs, sports bros — they tend not to become drastically different people. Very happy for you. But you still might be facing an uphill battle here. When you stop looking, the right person seems to walk in the door unexpectedly. Sometimes it is a psychological idea that when you take your mind off something, it happens.

Finding love should not be burdensome, but fun. Do you not think it is more romantic when someone wants to be with you, just because? More often than not, when you are desperately seeking love, you will be more likely to date any jerk that comes along. Patience is the key to finding the right person and letting love find you.

Rushing into finding someone opens you up to the vulnerability of falling for the wrong person—like someone who may only be looking for a fling. So, next time you are out with your friends, relax, take a deep breath, have fun, and be yourself. Do not try so hard to make someone like you. Just let love bloom naturally. You may find yourself in love sooner than you think. If you are a man, the chances are slim that you have a tribe of good friends.

As men we tend to become isolated. Women, in spite of their natural ability to connect to other women, in our tech age are also losing deep friendships. You may have hundreds of social media friends.

But how many of them can you call at 2 AM to help you in a crisis? I started out in a small Vermont town. Everyone knew you… and your business. There were not many places to hide. I felt secure in knowing others were watching out for me. I can remember years ago living in Phoenix sobbing as I read a Vermont Life magazine article. In that moment I longed for community and close friends. Not having close friends since high school, I created a plan to develop them.

We are helping other men start groups and develop deep friendships. The core of what we learned was the ROC formula: Relax, Open and Connect. They are the first three strategies to generating close friends. There were not many places to hide, and I felt secure in knowing others were watching out for me.

We live in a world that continues to run faster with more to do. Your nervous system starts to habituate to that pace along with all those around you. Once you begin to accept and experience your pace you can start to relax. In relaxing, you may feel anxious. This is a lifelong process. You need to start to see results. Mindfulness is a great tool to speed the development of this skill. By slowing down, you are more able to do the next skill.

Once you begin to accept your body, mind and emotional experiences you have more room to open up to being vulnerable to others. With vulnerability you are real, you are human. Sure, some will not like you. Once you relax and open, you are ready to reach out to connect to another.

If vulnerability is the key, connecting is the door. When you step through your fears to reach out to another while being present and vulnerable, you upped your game.

Shifting from being passive to active by moving forward to connect has you give up some control. Sure you can connect from your hyper-persona, but you know what that will get you. If you want more friends sooner, apply these three steps tomorrow.

This is critical to the ROC formula and friendships. To the extent you feel unsafe your physiology will shift into its survival state. If you feel unsafe, there is a good chance the other person feels unsafe. You can push your way through by denying your physical and emotional feelings. Or you could slow down to allow yourself to feel the lack of safety AS your risk to move forward towards connecting. A safe space is the fertile soil for friendship. When you slow down to connect to the kinds of friends you want you are more likely to create them.

Rather than hoping, you get clear so you can create a plan. If you want friends that enjoy nature, hanging in bars may not be the place to meet them.