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A few glasses of wine and all the men seem to look better. A daunting task considering I've been me for a very long time. He explained to me that most of us treat dating as a game. When confronted with a new relationship, we all try to put on our best faces. They think I'm hot." Call it oxygen deprivation, or an inability to resist swinging at a hanging curveball, but I stopped, looked him up and down, and said, "They're not the only ones." He turned bright red. I figured he'd turn and run the next time he saw me.
I'm a fairly logical thinker, so my first step on the path through this morass of human interaction was a drink with a local shrink. As I stepped off the treadmill, he said to his friend, "Can you believe it? We've made it through more than eighteen months and we still laugh, love books and movies, travel, and sharing life.
Sometimes it's hard to accept the past, but it's sometimes easy to pretend it didn't happen. Unless you want to work through all those past mistakes, to forgive and forget - which means never bringing it up again - there's no point even considering getting back together.
Unless you've changed what you wanted, you won't be able to.
The following is a transcript of recent email communications I’ve had with student Bruscki.
There is a point in every race when a rider encounters his real opponent and understand that it’s himself”.
Great words Lance – because with change comes pain.
He’s 53, successful in business and tried Online Dating to pick up younger women as he has a busy life, our conversations are as follow: Great to hear you working on overcoming your internal resistance, that’s really what every guy needs to realize.
My favorite quote out of Lance’s Armstrong’s bike book was this: “Pain is temporary, it may take a minute, or an hour, or a year, but it will eventually subside and something else will take its place. That surrender, even the smallest act of giving up stays with me.