kinkyghost4 karma2020-02-01 20:37:56 UTC
Do you have any advice for someone who is successful at meeting women through online dating and seeing them for a few to several months but has a hard time falling in love?
I have these different ideas about how maybe I am not rejecting people early enough or setting my standards high enough in the beginning, but I also have the idea that maybe some part of me is holding out emotionally or something and not letting myself commit or fall in love or something. Like finding some reason why a person is not right for me (although sometimes they might be valid - like different goals for children vs no children or not prioritizing health in the same way).
When I was younger and had less experience it felt like I started to develop feelings for anyone I slept with or dated but now it feels like it's rare for me to get those butterflies or get lost looking in someone's eyes on a first date.
I don't know what to do, if I'm just being shallow or something, but sometimes it seems like when I meet someone for a date or two that I find extremely physically attractive I start to feel those crush feelings but at the same time I don't know if it's worth holding out for that type of situation or if those are just feelings that will only be there in the beginning, whereas girls I've met that I shared a really good sense of humor with are people I would like to be with all the time as a friend even if we weren't romantic.
I just can't figure out what I should prioritize or how to 'fall in love' so I end up in these long hookups that don't lead anywhere.
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kinkyghost2 karma2020-02-23 19:19:26 UTC
In America there's increasing popularity of Instagram influencers who are 'fitness models' with crazy legs and butts and it increases the popularity of weightlifting and bodyweight workouts among the general public, do you think there's a similar social media 'fitness model' or nice butt/legs on social media in China that will increase popularity of weightlifting or bodyweight squat and lunges in China? Is there any increase in importance of 'curves' in the lower body / muscle in the lower body in China or is the emphasis on being 'thin'?
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