Hello again, my tweetie-pies! How are you doing? Just a reminder to send in your Valentine’s Day questions—I know you have ‘em, people!—over the next week or so. I’d really love to help you out around one of the most stressful holidays for a couple. Yeah, I said stressful. I know I’m normally all rainbows and conversation hearts about Valentine’s Day but even a romantic like myself can see that Valentine’s Day is tough on couples—old and new. So, shout out your questions and I’ll get ‘em answers. Now, onto this week’s #AskPatti questions!
I wonder what else he’s lying about. Just assume it’s everything. I say get out of dodge, girl, and get with a man who’s into you and into the truth!
My two big pieces of advice are basically what I’d tell any single person looking for a match: Put yourself out there and stay positive. Physical disability or not, you’re not going to meet anyone staying at home every night. So, pretty yourself up and hit the town! Also, get out there digitally. Get on every dating website you can think of and do some research to find ones you might not know about. There are sites out there for every single preference, disability and community. Find one that’s appropriate to you and get on it, girl! Keep your spirits and hopes up too. If you think you’re never going to meet someone, you won’t! Just know that your perfect match is out there and all you need to do is find him!
If the only time he sees a future is when you’re threatening to break up with him, that doesn’t sound like much of a future to me. It sounds like a major manipulator. You were right to get out of it. You’ll find a dude who sees a future with you 24-7. That’s what you deserve.
Wait, what do you regret, hun? Did this conversation end the relationship? If so, I hate to break it to you, but he wasn’t that interested in you anyway. Any man who likes you will want to see you more than once every three weeks. So, you should be thanking yourself instead of regretting this conversation. You saved yourself a ton more emotional pain by getting rid of this player early on instead of when you were more invested. Way to go, sister!
That’s all, lovely folks! Talk to and tweet at ya next week!