Be assertive. Get their personal info right up front. If they don't like to then they ain't for you. If they do offer said info then you are in with a chance. Dudes don't think too well when faced with a beautiful prospect. The more experienced will, however, and they may be way overly experienced and not for you ... choose wisely. As for those you have met chances are they're gone for good.
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RE: Men ARE like buses...lol
RE: My cancermanb
You know, this is really hard to read. You have not used a single piece of punctuation throughout this tome. All I can gather is that you are chasing something that is never going to be yours. He is married to the prison system and you need to move on.
RE: Nothing to offer
vall7777 - do something. From the tiny bit of information you have written it seems you are suffering from low esteem. Perhaps there is an imbalance in your relationship, hard to tell on such little info. Anyway, do something. You want to attract the man then do something you are interested in. Be creative. You don't need money to be that, be active in something you like for you. That's the Cancer way. Make it an interest all your own and to hell with the rest of the world and, guess what, in only a short time you will find others following your lead. Just do something creative.
RE: Cancer and coping with chronic pain
Lakewinds - allow me to ask you, what is causing your pain? How long have you had it? What remedies have you tried so far to alleviate this pain? The reason I am interested is because my partner is in the same boat. She is a Scorpio, I am a Cancer. Over to you.
RE: Cancer woman with a Cancer Man
Sonjia - drop him like a sack of spuds, it just ain't worth it, sweetheart. I'm a Cancerian male but do not subscribe to his treatment of you. Don't blame Cancer males for his childish behavior, blame him! You can do way better than this. Seems to me he hasn't learned what 'being a man' is really all about. I'm on your side in this matter.
RE: Ok what is it with cancer men?
I have had the opportunity to go out with Cancerian women in the past and every time it is the same: we know each other like an open book - there is no mystery. I have seen a marriage between two Cancers that was nothing more than horrible, both were great apart but feral together. Being a 7/13 Cancer (thank you for the wishes, mucho gracias amigos) I don't get the 'immature/adolescent' manacle that's being bandied about but do agree many crabs can be a pain in the expletive. Cancers are great but not together in my opinion. However, your relationship seems to teeter on a fine knife edge meaning it is virtually no relationship at all. My view is simple: cut out the communication until his divorce is through, if he still wants to go for it after that then it's probably on, if not, you've had plenty of time to get over him. Voila!