As you get older, you realize how exhausting it is to live for everyone. Be cheerful, even when you have no time for fun, be kind, even when your kindness is at zero, be “mysterious” and “interesting”. For everyone, to please everyone.
And once something happens that should have happened a long time ago, you with pleasure throw off the habit of living for everyone, presenting yourself as beautiful, but terribly uncomfortable shoes.
You start living for yourself. And you no longer care about "what people say". You don't ask yourself any more painful question, who and what thinks and says about you. You no longer share and even less sacrifice your life to others.
You no longer want and do not live for others.
In life, there comes a turning point and a very important moment when you choose something simple, not burdening and not burdening you.
You choose life for your soul ... and for those to whom you are dear ...
I already chose a lot of things in my life, a place to live, I got the visa to the USA, I chose to have the right people in my life, work which gets to be a pleasure and I choose to be happy but for this, I need a man who can share with me my views on this life and the future, because for me totally happiness when near you a beloved person
Ideal match description:
I am not ashamed of anything in my life! Not for the first failed relationship, not for my choice of where to live and where to work. I'm just proud that every time I had to make a choice, I made it myself.
It doesn't matter running away from problems, or fighting them, or completely free.
The choice is such an honor and a challenge from life that every time, you are amazed at how accurately you hit, and everything works out, even if not right away, then all the same certainly for the better !!!
There are questions that I no longer ask and there are answers that no longer interest me ... but there is a choice and it is always ours!
I want to choose the right partner with whom I can share this life, but what is important for me that a man choose me too...