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AnonymouseD 09-28-2013 11:38 PM

Hello Everyone! New, rejoining humanity
 
Hello! I was once a really outgoing lady, lost that, but i'm working on regaining some of that. At the moment however, really lonely. I have no close friends to talk to. I go out and speak to people all the time, but I close up somehow. I am interested in making friends and partners, but I must be putting off some kind of 'don't talk to me' vibe out in the world. So, I have turned to the internet!

So, my situation, was in 5+yrs monogamous relationship. Our relationship was technically open for quite a while, but both of us being awesomely awkward hadn't found anyone to exercise that. I was first. I have been casually seeing someone for the last six monthish. I need more. More people. more communication. So here I am on the internet, where I will become more comfortable talking about life and sex. Another goal would be friendship/partners, but talking comes first for me, so looking forward to being an active member on here (I <i>do</i> have some hand problems, so if I'm forced to lurk and not type sometimes, I apologize in advance:P)

kdt26417 09-29-2013 12:26 AM

Greetings AnonymouseD,
Welcome to our forum.

Polyamory.com is quite a bustling site, so you should find a goodly number of opportunities to engage in conversation (which has its way of growing friendships in due time). Have a look around; see what threads call to you; start new threads if you want; let us know of thoughts, questions, and/or concerns that come to mind.

I'm curious how one can lose one's outgoingness! Do people seem to be avoiding you nowadays (out there in "meatspace")? It sounds like you're casually seeing someone so that's a start, right?

I'm curious (being a curious type) about the hand problems you spoke of. Would I be prying to ask? (If so, pay the question no mind.) Some kind of chronic carpel tunnel syndrome, perhaps?

Lonesomeness is no fun and I hope our "digital society" cures some of that for you. Glad to have you with us!

Sincerely,
Kevin T.


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