Or then again, maybe it just touched a deeper nerve within me — something that I had known but previously denied: You can live a full and happy life without a significant other but to determinedly turn your back on the option of love is to sell yourself short. I went. I met my next partner five years later.
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How do I get past being ugly and go out and get laid? Have not been able to see myself as I really am, have tried to fit in with what I thought was a secure gay life and am fearful that I don't have a "gay identity" per se. Second, shut up about it. Or, rather, they are dissected, thoroughly examined — not by a class of seventh-graders using microscopes but by a table of something women, well into their third bottle of wine.
We are not able to share this unconditional love with people because the heart's energy gets imprisoned in the past, in the fears developed over the period of time, our inner judgements about being left alone and much more.