How do you explain the “Pass a Drug Test” link on your homepage? In the real world, singles are upset to learn they’ve been dating a married man or woman. However, there’s a catch: It’s for tall people and their “admirers.” This means all the people with tall fetishes can join the website, too. Freaks on this site might want to climb their way to the fruit, but this tree won’t be climbed. Gene This sounds like a sci-fi experiment to me; it’s just creepy.
Meet others who are commited to an alcohol free lifestyle.
One moment they feel awesome, on top of the world, incredibly attractive, and unbelievably horny; the next moment they feel like the world’s biggest pile of dog crap, completely unworthy of love and affection.
Needless to say, this is not a great headspace for important decisions, especially when those decisions are emotionally charged, as romantic relationships nearly always are.
The best part is the disclaimer: “420does not advocate the use of any illegal substances.” Really? Madison is, but she’s running the Underground Railroad for cheaters. Aspiring members on this site begin by selecting their relationship status—“attached” or single. A man’s eyes tend to wander from a woman’s face, but this is especially bad when his face is already at chest height.
There will always be another excuse, another mistake, another relapse, another addiction or anger about a parent’s addiction that they need their lifetime and yours to get over. When my husband first relapsed after his mother died, my well-meaning Christian father told me to “just love him.” But that’s the problem with the addict; the more you love, the more they take of you and everything else, until there’s nothing left to give. While most other people tried to be polite, or pray for me, their comments seemed to gently gloss over what was actually happening. I can do better.” Instead, I stayed, w—a—y too long. Both the addict and the co-dependent will do anything to hide their sense of inadequacy.
I realized over the years I had become less of myself. When someone doesn’t fit into the perceived notion of what an addict is, it’s hard for people to know what to say. There is nobody that tries harder at being “normal” than an alcoholic and his/her family.
Being single is a lot like binge drinking: It’s perfectly fine until you graduate from college, then it’s just frowned upon.
The trouble begins with concerned gazes and evolves into full-blown sympathy.