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The people I moved in with I had known from before, but I didn't know them well, they where just the only people that replied when I put the word out that I had nowhere else to go. She knew what this guy was about when she brought him home as well, because she volunteers at a soup kitchen. The son means well, but he's a little slow and extremely inexperienced because his mom helicoptered over him his whole life and had him home schooled. At the time after the falling out with my family I was kind of checked out from wanting to deal with anyone at all. So I took a solo cross country driving job for a few years, it gave me a new freedom that I had never had before or since. But it also came with deep lows of loneliness after spending up to 6 weeks at a time of 18 hour days where my only human contact was truck stop attendants and dock workers. During this time on a whim I started trying online dating chat app ( dating, I had never done so before and figured it was something to kill time while out on the road.

Then there is my other roommate who was only here for 3 weeks ago. She is only 20, I'm 33, she had a similar falling out with her family and ended up here with nowhere to go. Now starts the things that have crushed my soul, made me feel powerless and helpless. Fast forward to Thursday, I get a frantic call from the girl I have been talking to from the other side of the planet. She's recently started a job at a massage parlor, one of the clients sexually assaulted her and threatened her. She was too afraid and ashamed to tell anyone, not her mother, her sisters, her coworkers, nobody. The sadness I see in her eyes in the video chats and the photos she sends me says it all, he did more than just touch her, she just won't say it. I'm completely devastated by this and can't help but cry, but never in front of her. She keeps apologizing for it happening and I keep telling her that it isn't her fault, that she must talk to someone about it, but she is too afraid. My end goal was to leave this entire region of the country by year's end and build a new life somewhere not this fucked.

You're Dan Bilzerian example doesn't really make any point regarding how perspective and advice are entirely distinct rather than in a relationship to each other. An advice you get from a women regarding dating is result of her prior dating experience, unfolding her perspective on the date. You get insights into her thinking and judging of certain behaviour during dates by advices like "don't do this" or "look for this". I'll make it simple. If I want to learn what women want I look at their boyfriend's. Because he actually got her. So that means he did something right? I can ask women all day of what they want in a guy and I'm prone to hear alot of examples on what they prefer but that's not exactly what they go for. Like a women would say I wanna nice guy but end up with a guy the opposite. Or I want a guy that is sensitive and fall for talking to a guy that's the opposite.