Given $6 for answering

I don’t know why you contact someone to tell you what you already know… Oh, because you think I’m psychic.

 
 

Lady: Does he still think of me?
Me: How long were you together?

 

Lady: We weren’t together, we only texted.
Me: Yes he still thinks of you.

 

Lady: How does he think of me, does he miss me?
Me: He thinks of you as an option.

 

Lady: Like he is using me or sex?
Me: Yes.

 

Lady: Do you see him coming back?
Me: Yes but you don’t need that. You need someone that will see you.

 

Lady: He doesn’t want to see me? Why?
Me: It’s not that he doesn’t, it’s that he hasn’t. He has something going on he’s not telling you about.

 

Lady: Was I right to leave him?
Me: Yes.

Love questions and predictions

Is he my soulmate?
No, if he was your soulmate you wouldn’t be asking me this question.

 

When will I meet the one?
When you stop thinking about it.

 

When are we getting married?
When he decides to commit, if ever.

 

What time are we getting married?
Never because you’re concerned with time.

 

How old will I be when I married?
Older.

 

Does he think of me?
You already know the answer to this question, you’re looking for validation.

 

Why does he message his ex?
He still has some kind of relationship with her.

How to talk to Guys & Girls

Guys
“Hey”

 

Girls
“Hey”

 
You don’t have to start off that way, that’s only the way I do. There’s no set way to do it, no rules.
 
I’ve found guys are more likely to respond to that (friendlier? less judgmental? interested?)  than girls. If a girl isn’t interested she will ignore you and not say anything at all.

 

After “Hey,”
ask them about their day, interests, hobbies, etc
talk to them like you would with any other you met for the first time.
 

You can hit on them, say inappropriate things, or be an ass all you want but it won’t get you anywhere. You won’t even get them to meet you for coffee or a drink.

‘Masked’ culture. It’s a shame if we admit in public…

-Sex
-Mental/physical abuse
-Emotions
-Thoughts
-History
-Religion
-Background

 

…We wonder why so many people are quiet — or shocked when this person says/does this eccentric thing.
Not very many of us will talk to strangers — or get to know a little about them. Why? Because, that’s what our world has taught us to do. There’s billions of people in this world, that had/have more terrible lives than us. If we do speak — we take the risk of being ignored, attacked, annoyed, and harshly judged.

We don’t need that. Been there, done that. We don’t need to deal with that. We don’t want to be reminded of events. We are trying to let go. We don’t want shame. We just want to be happy…

 

So we’re masked.

Blend in. Keep your mouth shut.

Look like… act like… the people around you.

Only if you surround yourself with people with common interests… and isolate yourself

— you can be you.

Twitter vs. Facebook: Which one is better?

To go nuts: (if you’re not a celebrity)
Twitter.

You know few — if any of your followers in real life. You can rant all you want. But if you’re an asshole, you should probably keep your mouth shut…

 

Indulge in your social media habit: (without family/friends/acquaintances looking over your shoulder)
Twitter.

 

Share things with people you actually know/knew:
Facebook.

 

Be less clustered with ideas:
Facebook.

‘Unfollowing’ from news-feed makes it easy.

 

BOTH websites are great: they allow you to share things that no one really cares about.

 

Which one is better?

Your preference — I mean, poison.