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NaughtyNurse126 51F  
26 posts
6/27/2018 3:42 pm
Not all Men in my mind

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japaneseass 52F  
49460 posts
6/27/2018 4:32 pm

i applaud for your strength...good luck on your search...

𝕨𝕖𝕝𝕔𝕠𝕞𝕖 𝕥𝕠 𝕓𝕝𝕠𝕘𝕤

Here is a little trick in blogging on this site.

My comment here will serve its purpose, but put the first comment by yourself next time when you post your blog posts,. It will make your blog post to show up in the "Recently Posts". Otherwise, your post will not show up amywhere else, and no one will know you have posted your blogs. So much for writing a blog post, but no one notice, right?

This first comment in your blog posts doesn't have to be anything special, people just put "The magic comment", "My obligatory comment", or you can really write what you wanna say, in your first comment, too.

There are some wonderful bloggers here, so be sure to go to other bloggers' post, and leave them your comments. It's a good way to mingle and reciprocate!

Happy blogging, and let us know if you have any other questions in regards to the blogs, we are happy to assist you.


NaughtyNurse126 51F  
4 posts
6/27/2018 5:54 pm

Looking for the next chapter in my life...who wants to be in pages ; )

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pytimesx 60M
941 posts
6/27/2018 7:14 pm

All good points!

But be sure to replace men with women, women with men in the above poem for the applicability is the same.

Don't ever believe women can not be equally abusive, including physical although these women tend to be experts at manipulating the mind, events and situations to take advantage of the man above referred to as a good man in the eyes of those who question not her motives and accusations.


NaughtyNurse126 replies on 6/28/2018 9:42 am:
I totally agree with the manipulation and disasters a woman can cause and create for a man who is probably treating her as his queen. Sorry if you had to ever endure a woman that didn't deserve you.

pytimesx 60M
941 posts
6/27/2018 7:20 pm

    Quoting japaneseass:
    i applaud for your strength...good luck on your search...

    𝕨𝕖𝕝𝕔𝕠𝕞𝕖 𝕥𝕠 𝕓𝕝𝕠𝕘𝕤

    Here is a little trick in blogging on this site.

    My comment here will serve its purpose, but put the first comment by yourself next time when you post your blog posts,. It will make your blog post to show up in the "Recently Posts". Otherwise, your post will not show up amywhere else, and no one will know you have posted your blogs. So much for writing a blog post, but no one notice, right?

    This first comment in your blog posts doesn't have to be anything special, people just put "The magic comment", "My obligatory comment", or you can really write what you wanna say, in your first comment, too.

    There are some wonderful bloggers here, so be sure to go to other bloggers' post, and leave them your comments. It's a good way to mingle and reciprocate!

    Happy blogging, and let us know if you have any other questions in regards to the blogs, we are happy to assist you.
I'd also recommend sorting comments so the latest shows on page one.
And, do as I and JPA do, respond by using the "quote" link under user pics. This provides notice to users and brings them back to your blog.


Good Luck! You look great for our age group and will notably get lots of interest from all over the world.


manwholuvs2luv2 64M  
116 posts
7/3/2018 3:54 pm

You are obviously intelligent and have learned and grown over time into a very interesting woman and someone I really would like to get to know


NaughtyNurse126 replies on 7/4/2018 8:55 am:
It is odd how life events both good and bad change us and mold us to the people we are. Thank you for the comments and message and most of all compliments

hansome101354 65M  
20 posts
7/11/2018 8:28 am

I had the honor to speak to this nice lady feel bad for her that some guys not all out there are such assholes . I was married once for 13 yrs but she passed away 20yrs ago. never remarried for i had some bad experiences myself so I can understand how this lady feels about making a connection with someone.aka hansome101354


NaughtyNurse126 51F  
4 posts
7/19/2018 7:05 pm

Thank you hansome 101354
It was a pleasure to talk with you.
We all have our struggles and defeats but somehow I feel you and I are stronger because of them


cohotsandy 58M/62F
40 posts
7/24/2018 8:26 pm

Sometimes it takes a while to find that diamond in the rough or you might kiss a few frogs before the Prince appears, but appear he will as long as you do not compromise! The same can be said for women on these sites!


hines2015 51M  
7 posts
8/27/2018 8:44 pm

Reading your blog is heartbreaking. Its sad to think that the bar for a woman, any woman, is to not be hurt. This year of #metoo should make all of us rethink how we treat the women in our lives. I wish you the best


Still_lookin_59 61M
82 posts
11/18/2018 9:00 am

Perhaps the biggest impedance and reluctance I've found from trying to establish a basic friendship with decent women is they have been conditioned by abusive men, and here is the point.. those abusive men have not been called out for their actions by decent men to stop it.
Hey, it goes further.. abused women often can't recognise a decent guy in the crowd. They may say they know that not all are bad, but sub-consciously the affects are so profound that all men are seen as abusers.
Need it be said THIS REALLY PISSES ME OFF

The Standard you walk past is the Standard you accept.

I've a long history of NOT walking past women being abused or dubious attitudes being joked about 'with the boys' when women are not around. Yes, men disgust me frequently.
It has it's risk, but what of the risk in not doing so?
Seriously, I've known some guys to jump at an animal abuse incident, but not at a human abuse incident.
Teach your children well? Thought about that folks?

I must say, for all the profiles I've read on this site, none have bothered to state the abuse matter clearly.
Why is that? What are people thinking? Only thinking about what.. themselves?
Not seeking points here folks, but this is a direct quote from my current shambles of a profile here:
quote
SERIOUSLY -- in big red letters.
NO ABUSE - I will NOT take it from anyone or pay it out.
NOT Negotiable -- A massive DEAL BREAKER.
On a similar basis, No Bigots or Racists, please. This is NOT me
.

I will not be a part of a horror story ..BUT.. if you are suffering or come to suffer abuse, as a true MAN, I would do everything that I can to help you escape. /quote

That's been a section of my profile since day 1 here. The red has always been used to stress this important point. Is it clear enough?
Feel free to rephrase it and encourage all other fair and decent people to post it in theirs... AND LIVE UP TO IT. << Not just rhetoric - TAKE ACTION.


Good on you Naughtynurselin. You are doing your gender proud.
It's long overdue men and other women started doing the same thing.

Note: I understand the author of this blog has suffered abuse from some on this site for raising this important matter.
Abusers be clearly warned.. I TAKE SHIT FROM NOBODY AND WILL DEFEND THIS AUTHOR AND MYSELF SHOULD SOME ABUSER TRY IT ON.
This is not a threat, it is a promise.

May your reality be a kind one.


friendlyguylvwa3 60M  
4 posts
12/22/2018 12:27 pm

Sorry to hear it happens, and sorry to hear it happened to you


Satisfakshen2 40M
34 posts
4/3/2019 10:17 pm

You rock on sexy lady. Don't let a bad marriage slow you down. How does that 80's song from Mathew Wilder go, "Ain't nothing gonna break my stride, nobody gonna slow me down". I try to look at the positive side. You are now free from that crazy life now so don't look back. Your positive attitude and beautiful figure will bring the best opportunities. If there is anything I can do to ever help out, please feel free to reach out at any time.


kissgentley101 66M  
3 posts
4/6/2019 10:12 pm

NaughtyNurse126, thank you for posting the poem. Spot on.
Believe me, there are good men out there, they are real men, they might not be the smoothest talkers, but watch their actions.
Sorry for your experience , congrats you did not let it get you down or become a male gender hater. This speaks highly for you.
You will find what you so much desire. You will know when it is right.
Be well.


bestcase2010 67M/68F  
30 posts
7/1/2019 12:08 am

It is hard to sort....good from bad and even ok from not ok...You seem to know it is work....too bad….finding kind people should be the norm... We appreciate your profile and your blog..S and s


nymphwanted2 56M
58 posts
7/31/2019 8:20 am

well pretty lady, your notebook, should start collecting pages of a better happier life, your a beautiful lady inside and out so don't hide it, let it show, lol I'm looking


HungAdventures99 27M

8/22/2019 5:04 am

You're perfect just keep on swimming!


pm69pm 55M
51 posts
8/26/2019 7:00 am

1. Take your time.
Your life is your own to live, and you can take as much time as you want, on what you want, who you want, and where, when, and how you want to do it. While the consequences of abuse may impact your ability to act on these things, there is no time limit on healing.

2. Re-draw your boundaries.
Boundaries allow you to define your limits—where they begin, where they end, and the terms that apply as you interact with the people around you. Healthy boundaries are established through consistent communication that holds the people involved with accountability, compassion, and understanding.

3. Decision to forgive yourself.
What the abuser did to you was wrong. You never deserved it. The guilt, shame, and fear are not where your energy belongs right now, or ever again. Abuse in any form is never your fault. It doesn’t matter who the person was. It doesn’t matter how they got into your life. It doesn’t matter how long the relationship was. It doesn’t matter why you stayed. None of that matters from this point forward, You made it through. You survived. You’re free. You did it.

4. Knowledge is power.
Trying to make sense of the abuse, and what to do after, seems like a difficult task on the good days, and entirely impossible on the bad ones. After however long you were forced to only know and understand the world through the abuser’s perspective, it is absolutely normal to experience confusion—even fear—over where to start. Can I trust the next person, does what he/she say for real or have ulterior motives. Surround yourself with good people, positive, fun, stable and try to enjoy life just like when you were a kid, everything was new, fresh and exciting.

5. What now.
After an emotionally abusive relationship, the lies that the abuser told you about you may continue to affect the way that you see yourself. It’s your opportunity to take back your story. The undoing of the abuser’s lies and manipulations through your self-actualization can feel like an awakening, but can also be very emotionally difficult to process. Regardless of where you take your story from here, all the choices are yours now. Healing is not linear, and the process can take months, years, or decades. Everyone heals on their own time.

Above all, know that you are loved, and that you are not alone.


opsfuel 54M  
5 posts
9/15/2019 10:35 pm

Ohhhhh wow - I didn't know even though you mentioned something about it briefly .. Your a beautiful woman - inside and out - I can tell and it didn't take long .. I've heard similar stories and yet it continues to happen - I'm glad you had the courage and strength to get out .. I wish you nothing but the best - you deserve only the best - don't settle for anything less .. It's easy to talk in here and say all the right things but time will tell on who your real friends are .. I hope you are patient and find what your looking for - it is possible but not easy - that I know ttyl ~R


traveler1qaz 52M  
3 posts
11/16/2019 11:07 pm

You are wise to be forgiving and see each person for themselves. It is not easy forgiving when you have been hurt, but hating hurt you more than the other person.


midsummrbday 63M  
8 posts
11/20/2019 6:41 pm

Almost all men learn how to treat women, from watching how their father treats women. My own father was a kind and decent man, who was always thoughtful and polite around them. He could also make them laugh and seemed to be very popular with them. There were many women at his funeral who spoke very fondly of how much they loved and admired him. I have just tried to do my best to treat women the same way, not always succeeding, but trying my best .


Sxyhungmarine696 45M
25 posts
12/7/2019 2:32 pm

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Katsadventures2 54M/36F  
2 posts
1/4/2020 7:20 am

Great Blog post. Thanks for being vulnerable.


Cr8vlips62 57M
8 posts
1/24/2020 8:33 am

More than beautiful!


mr2020bwc 27M
11 posts
4/16/2020 11:06 pm

Hello


DDreams524 68M  
1184 posts
7/18/2020 3:31 pm

I do apologize for the toads that hurt and were abusive to you, Dear. You did not deserve that, but I glad you are stronger for experience and did not let it deter you too long in regrouping and continue your search for those us that are empathetic to your pain, understand, ready to comfort you as you heal, and allow you to heal.
You come across as an attractive, caring, kind, dedicated and loving lady. There are some good men that are empathetic, good, kind, caring, and looking for a long term partner to allow you to lay down on our chest, allow you to be comforted by the sound of our heartbeat, with gentle but firm arms to hold you as you drift off to sleep in our arms and recharge for the next day ahead. This is for now as I understand the long and stressful days you are working during this pandemic. As I have worked in the medical field and in an ICU setting in my past. {{(HUGS)} to help comfort you. Envision as you rest, that you are laying down with your head on my chest listening to my heartbeat. Allow this heartbeat comfort you as you drift off to sleep and recharge your mental batteries during this slumber.


LKDSPLT 59M/55F  
16 posts
7/21/2020 9:17 pm

Very well said, Thanks for sharing that.


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