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Choosing to be alone is very much a viable option, however, you do sound like someone who wants that bond with someone, that trusting companionship into old age.
This dimension (usually referred to as just "neuroticism") corresponds to how emotionally volatile someone is.
Weight change - if someone is binge-eating they might put on weight, whereas if someone is anorexic, restricting their eating or over-exercising, they will lose weight.
Think about the last time someone persuaded you to do something.
However, since this was a quick hook-up, he was unable to vet the person (vetting is a way in the leather community to find out about someone before you either play or get them involved in your community).
However, not everyone "get's it" and you may encounter someone like this now.
Jesus warns us never to be angry with someone or call them names.
faithful is used of someone who has a firm and constant devotion to something to which he or she is united by or as if by a promise or pledge.
Someone won a tennis match, And someone drove quite far - Round and round a racing track, To be the fastest car.
Someone premeditates the horrific bites taken by fires.
SOMEONE WHO REFUSES to consider voting for a woman as president is rightly deemed a sexist.
On video, you have the personality of the dancers--you don't want to teach someone else's mannerisms or personality.
In particular, Heather Graham's character, Gray, is looking for "someone who doesn't think Ginger Rogers is one of the Spice Girls, someone who wouldn't consider going to Florida 'traveling,' someone who's not afraid to try Ethiopian food.
A hero is simply someone who rises above his own human weaknesses, for an hour, a day, a year, to do something stirring," she wrote.
Then that same someone who has been ordering the Large Thing out/begins to be lonely, and says, come in Large Thing.