I made it through that terrible experience and was brave enough to walk away from someone I knew wasn't right for me. In every way you could imagine, on and offline, through events, at bars, and with friends.
I knew in my heart-of-hearts that choosing myself would open me up to meeting the person who knew my value, my worth, or hell, at least knew I'm a fan of extra dry dirty gin martinis. I haven't met that right person, and being single for 4 years has changed me as a person, as a woman, and as a dater.
“You don’t get what you want, if you don’t go for it,” one tells me.
And to be fair, I kissed so many frogs just because they spoke to me, I’m surprised I didn’t get mono… 2) Don’t take rejection personally Shyness usually boils down to rejection, and while on some level you know it’s not personal, you still end up cry-wanking to old episodes of But the beauty about New York is that you can get ghosted by one boy, and the second you turn the corner there’s five more waving their dicks about.
If you thought a gay London man in his late 20s deciding to up sticks for a three-month stint Stateside was all about boozing, banging and blackouts, you’d be 100% right.