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I was looking for a Latina for over a year and I was finally found with a very lucky guy!
I met a lovely young man that was very easy to approach. He knew exactly who I was and I didn't have to make any introductions. We had a great conversation and he asked me out to dinner!
We were very open, and I was very open with him. We talked for hours, we were laughing and having a good time. I told him all about my past and about my family and friends and all I wanted was to date a nice person and be with someone that would enjoy my company.
He was not disappointed, but he was surprised that I didn't date one of the many other guys that was posting ads for "Latina, Latina, Latina."
I wanted to make sure that the guy I was going to meet that day was a decent guy, so I decided to look for him on my own. I had never been to a bar, so I was looking for someone that would be comfortable in an empty bar.
We chatted for a little while and I asked if he had any recommendations for guys that were looking for a girl to date. He was surprised that I even asked this question, and then we went back to talking about my past and how I was able to escape from my abusive, abusive parents.
We talked about my parents for a little bit and about what happened when I was little and how it affected me as an adult. He explained the different ways that I had experienced violence in my life and it was very touching. He told me that he was a guy that was not scared to talk to me, and that he was willing to try to change things. He asked if I could meet him and I said that I would be down. We went to a Starbucks and I told him about how I was raped by my dad and how I didn't want him to be there. He said that it was the best thing that ever happened to me. We had a nice conversation and then it was time for me to meet him. I met him on Monday at 9pm. I was nervous, as he was the guy who was supposed to make me happy in my life, and now he had broken it. He had broken me and my family. I wanted to go home as soon as possible, because I felt like I had just betrayed my dad. He was a nice guy and I wanted him back. I came to his apartment in my normal clothes. My husband was waiting for me.
We had been going out together for almost four months. We were just about to break up, but I didn't think about it too much because I was still a bit shocked. When we had gotten home, I felt very embarrassed. I didn't want to show that I had done it, but I felt so bad that it had happened. But I had no way of dealing with the fact that I had put him on the spot. So, we started talking about how it felt. I had to tell him how I felt about the situation and I wanted to know if he had had a similar feeling.
"Of course not." he said. "That was a horrible experience for both of us." I said. "I wish I could go back and not have done it." But it was only after talking to him, having our conversation about it, and then being able to explain it to him what it was that I could have done that I felt I could tell him that I wanted to go out with him again. I felt like I had let my feelings get the best of me, that I had made myself look stupid for having been afraid of this guy. It was only because I was embarrassed to tell him about the incident that I was able to go on with my life. There was one thing I did not want to do however, because I knew he was my best friend and that would have meant that I would not have that same sense of confidence in him that I would have with a guy like that. I don't think I will ever get that confidence back. After the conversation I went to bed, but not before I had a short conversation with him about my situation. I told him what had happened to me and that I didn't feel like I was a "bad" latina, and that I could not be ashamed of who I am. I asked him if it was okay that I wanted to be with him again. He replied that it was. He was right. I didn't want to do that with anyone else, and it was a shame. I know that he is not ashamed of who he is, and I understand his desire to find someone who is a little bit different. He wants to date someone who he feels comfortable with. There is something very deep within him that wants to do this. That's not the case with most men. So why should he have to find somebody who he can't understand? This may be a very small point, but I think it is a very important one. If I had a guy who was not comfortable with women, I would find somebody who was comfortable with men. I would be open to dating a guy who didn't like to make decisions or who wasn't comfortable with the idea of being told what to do or being in charge of his own life.