Showing posts with label relationships. Show all posts
Showing posts with label relationships. Show all posts

Saturday, April 6, 2019

How do people deal with jealousy in an open relationship?

The same way people learn to deal with contrast with being afraid for their first day in school, to drive a vehicle (at the very beginning), to speak with people (they find extremely sexy), to go on a very first date, losing your virginity, to cook a meal (they've never cooked before), tend to their garden (better every year that passes), firing a gun (for the first time ever), first time going to a strip club , traveling or moving to a foreign country, so on & so forth. 
Cartoon meme drawing of guy uneffectively using a public bathroom and hold himself by two bathroom walls to keep himself from touching anything but pissing and pooping all over the bathroom in the process.
How to NOT deal with contrast! 😳
We did not come into this world with an exact prescription nor wanting an exact script, diet plan, style of dress attire, particular genre of music to like, kind of company to keep around, one single planned skilled trade to make a living from or way to learn things as we grow up. Everything in life has the contrast of being wanted and the contrast or absence of something unwanted in each and every individual’s life.
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To be or not be?
 Life has all sorts of variations of subtle, average or extreme moments of contrast that causes soft or strong feelings of uncomfortability, emotional turmoil and fear until this variation is completely avoided, put into a different perspective or the vibration is practiced enough to where it no longer causes discomfort from within which in turn is supposed to be an inner guidance system that simply allows one to sift and sort to find clarity, awareness of one's self and even at times a spiritual awakening of a collective consciousness and the energies and vibrations that are in play in our every being and in every cell in our entire perfect body that supports this consciousness we look out from upon. The human body, the mind & spirit is at its maximum output when people are knowing what they are wanting/not wanting, knowing what they prefer/don't prefer and knowing when their inner voice says let's learn how to do this particular thing better by practicing a repetitive vibration until it becomes easy going, more natural, a lot more familiar or no longer foreign at all anymore. 
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William Shakespeare
This is ultimately what I personally believe life is all about… collecting data. A lot of people ignore the data their gut tells them most of the time are extremely co-dependent or are possibly not open minded to other kinds of views, beliefs or perspectives. Ultimately it boils down to a person just not really knowing what they want, do not know how to stand up for what they are wanting and/or are in total & complete fear of what others might think if they actually stood up for themselves and said, "I LIKE _____________ & I DON'T CARE WHAT ANYONE THINKS." This sometimes can be hard for someone who has practiced this vibration for most of their life. Most likely such suffering slows the growth of the higher consciousness down and disconnects them from their true alignment within themself. To find out more about these teachings go here to some of these audio clip links on YouTube:
👉 Abraham Hicks - click link
👉 Ester Hicks - click link
“ THE LAW OF ATTRACTION “
~ A personal request ~
If this attracts you, changes your vibration and your life is no longer the same please drop me a line and tell us your personal story and how you are on a whole new wave length and channeled vibration. That is if you do not mind. We absolutely ❤️ what this has done in our lives, the lives of those closest to us and fully appreciate witnessing the unfolding of a life full of fun, happiness and collective consciousness!
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Master Manifestor

Sunday, October 7, 2018

A Few Tips For Loving a Stripper

  Hi there! My name is Roxy and I am an Atlanta stripper working with MC Entertainment & Services. I have been stripping off and on for about 7 years. Within that time frame I have fallen in and out of love a few times and, each experience has been different when it came to my job. First off, let me just say that dating a stripper is not for everyone; It requires you to be very secure in both your relationship and self esteem. The hours are late and unpredictable, the work is obviously very sexual, and your partner is generally going to be hella hot. If your feeling a bit like T-Pain, here are some tips that can help you to make a relationship with a dancer happy and healthy.

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-Jealousy is a totally normal emotion in every relationship, how you express and deal with it is the important part. I myself am in a polyamorous relationship with my current partner so we have quite a bit of practice in dealing with the green eyed monster, and even that hasn't made him immune to the feelings that can affect people that date dancers. Honesty and communication are the key to any healthy relationship and that need just multiplies when you add other people into the equation, whether it be for fun or funds. Talking about your feelings with your partner can help you get to the root of the issue; for many it is insecurity, for others it may be the ingrained stigma associated with sex work in our society. Remember that your feelings are valid but your reason behind them isn't always. 
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-Have realistic expectations of your partner. Stripping is not a full time, 9-5 job. The hours are a little more predictable when working a club but are still going to keep your partner out late. Working on call parties, there have been a few times that I have had to cancel or leave dates early to go work. My partner understands that this is a possibility and, while not stoked about it, is totally accommodating.

-Be respectful. We deal with unfortunate attitudes about our jobs from enough people, your partner needs for you to be accepting and supportive of what they do. 

-Enjoy it! Come on friend, look at who you are with! People literally pay to just look at what you get to rub up on for free! Stripping keeps me in great shape, which is helpful in the bedroom (Im looking at you woman on top positions) and I've learned some really sexy tricks to seduce my partner with. For me personally, I get really turned on when I'm dancing and that bodes well for him when I crawl into bed upon getting home from a party.

All in all, dating a stripper is what you make it. As with most of life, I say enjoy the ride (and the rides that come with it).

                                                                           Trithe.com

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