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  1. Look like the photos belong to this person who advertises in Toronto and has an OF https://www.leolist.cc/personals/female-escorts/greater-toronto/city_toronto_onlyfans_latina_mami-6391804 https://linktr.ee/babychula Probably not legit as the local ad details are different
  2. Hey folks This past year and a half has been rough on all of us, all the fear, uncertainty and doubt really plays tricks on our heads and impacts our mental wellbeing. I know personally that I've had a number of weeks where I felt isolated, depressed, and had trouble functioning throughout the days. I've posted about this here a month or so ago, as have others. That feeling can really compound by not having someone you can talk to about how you're feeling. Before all this pandemic stuff happened, about 5 years ago, I went through a very terrible time. I won't go into details as to what triggered it, but I spent about 3 - 4 months where I was suicidal every minute of every day. I had my way out planned, I had the means to end it. And every day I managed to not do it. I was mostly alone. But I did have people checking on me daily. Making sure I had someone to talk to. It took a lot of hard work to pull myself out of that. At the time I didn't think my life was worth living. I didn't think it would ever be worth living again. But as I look back now - 5 years later and after a milestone birthday, I realize that I'm doing better than I ever had been doing before in my life. Life is good. I know who the people in my life are that both care about me and that I care about. Conversely I know who not to worry about any longer. So why am I going into all of this now? I know people are still struggling out there. People need that person to talk to. Probably some people who frequent this forum. If this is you, if you are struggling at all, please contact me. I WILL listen to you. I WILL be here for you. I've been where you are. I know the value of having someone. Well that's it for me. I'm here, ready to listen.
  3. Got my second dose last week, my mobile signal has been at 5G since Saturday and every time I walk by the fridge my shoulder where I got the shot is magnetically attracted to it.
  4. The photo was taken from this provider listed as being in Halifax and/or Toronto. https://www.cityoflove.com/detail.aspx?lang=en-US&dID=483065&dStaffID=0&Digest=svSeuz1/U7yXus245u30dg&c=2763 And with the "fuzzy leolist logo" I'm guessing it was taken from her leolist ad, uploaded back to LL and then presented as their own. Same name and number so it could be her still, but if it is, it's weird that it's a double uploaded.
  5. I went through something similar recently, so I know how you're feeling. For me, the only way I dug out of it was to take it an hour at a time. Try to find something that calms you or brings you even the smallest amount of joy. And focus on that until you get through the hour. Then repeat that. When you start handling the hours, then focus on the days. Take your time, theres no rush, go at the pace that works best for you. Find small things, simple things. Work on getting yourself outside and around people. Being around people can be very healing. Even if you aren't interacting with them, just being around other people, seeing what they are doing, seeing that you're not so different from them, it all helps a little bit. Go get yourself a treat. Ice cream, coffee, a donut. A burger, whatever it is that counts as a treat to you. It takes time. It takes effort. It's nothing to be ashamed of, pretty much everyone deals with it to some degree at some point in their life. You're not alone, you have a community here and elsewhere that will listen to you and bring you up.
  6. Suggest reading this: How to: Verify pics, ads and identify potential fraud. - Lyla
  7. Me too! But just so I can go to St Huberts. I'm a simple guy
  8. There you go Sydnians! You snooze, you lose.
  9. From the look of the "Schedules and Announcements" forum, The rest of June is going to be somewhat less sexy in Halifax, and dramatically more sexy in Sydney for the rest of June.
  10. Here's an old man's opinion. Having tattoos is sexy. Not having tattoos is sexy. Be yourself, if someone is not going to book time with you based on whether or not you have tattoos .. That's probably a client you don't really need to worry about in the long term. Thank you for coming to my TedTalk®
  11. https://twitter.com/mattyxb/status/1403062514057990145?s=19
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