Posted October 25 2006 - 06:15 AM
| So then discontent is probably an inappropriate word. Yes, discontent means you are not happy with your current situation. |
Contrary as ever....I remain both happy and discontent. These are not exclusionary states for me.
happy yet shall always remain in a state of unrest with the itchy feeling there is not enough time/money/ brain to see everything and do everything which attracts me. I WANT it all.
is my normal state.
Mark, I call family and close friends the blessing and the curse
If it was not your single state of childlessness.......it would be....something else.
People who love [feel affection for] other people are always helpfully trying to suggest life improvement tweaks. It’s more fun than playing in your own life.
Don’t throw those babies
out with the bath water...attempt never to forget many
really do it out of care for your
happiness loosing sight that by harping on...they are spoiling your overall generally satisfied state.
Just use humor and spend part of your time crafting new lines to deflect and make them aware that your life would be so much
better without revisiting the same questions over and over. But attempt to keep it light (other than with crassly rude practically total strangers.) I’m sure those who love you are worried about your biological clock and feel a greater urgency that time may ‘run out’.
If they didn’t care for you....they’d have no comment, letting you ‘stew’ (their eyes) in that gosh awful, not to be sanctioned, got to be lonesome state.
Appreciate they care but find novel (and Kind) ways to tone them down, hopefully they will eventually respond in similar manner.
I live happily in my dissatisfied state, coming to terms with the fact that I shall never know what it feels like to make love from a male point of view, nor get to live by myself on a island for a year or two.
one of the jillion or so things I have resigned myself to never knowing or experincing.....