absence of drama ¿Good?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I’m in NYC on track to finish my monthly SBI banking, and if I felt I had a little more slack in my scheduled, I would write about why Katlyn Jenner is trending. The tweets are great, but . . . . Intimacy is so often paired with the word, “sexual” that it’s hard to decouple the words. I’m linked in business to a man in India and a man in Arizona, and while participating in these intimate relationships we experienced the same thing . . company revenue was delayed. With one man there was panic within days . . . “______ can’t pay his rent”, and with the other man the number of weeks delayed equaled the number of days, and, “awesome”. Almost no drama during this extended delay. I love the drama; I’m familiar with drama; I generate drama. One of my intimate relationships omits the drama, which is neither good or bad. In both relationships I’ve navigated myself to a position of trust, and regardless of the presence or absence of drama both feel good. I have room in my life for additional drama, and I’m pausing at this moment to acknowledge my unfamiliar reaction is neither good nor bad. Being trusted, and being worthy of trust is good. »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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