Hey brother, Twenty-five years ago, two young men graduated from the same university. Both were considered intelligent, polite and ‘nice guys.’ Both preferred discussions about ‘nerdy’ intellectual issues and philosophizing with their circle of close friends.
They both played a bit of sport, took care of their health, fitness and style, and got into self-improvement and bettering themselves physically and mentally.
Not only is much of this information virtually useless, often it’s counter productive.
Men seem to be under the impression that they have to buy women’s affections with gifts, flowers, and expensive dinners.
Why take a chance on meeting someone only to find out they are not looking for a relationship or are partnered already?
She is an experiential therapist working from a bio-psycho-social-spiritual and strengths based framework of change.
She holds a Master of Science degree in Psychiatry from Mc Gill University and a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University Seattle.
Despite all of this, , and they certainly weren’t the type to stay out night after night getting "crazy drunk" and having one night stands.
Recently, these two old friends returned to their university for their 25th reunion.