- Producer21/02/2017Step Out - Ride AwayHello men, boys, posers and people that still have not selected one of the new 50+ new Genders and still identify as MALE.It's Spring - and 'LOVE' is in the air. And never has there been so much danger in the mix. Your hormones maybe raging and...
- Producer20/02/20177 Signs Your Relationship Can “Kill” YouMost of us dive into relationships thinking that it is everything that we ever need. That finding a special someone will complete our “being.” It takes courage to truly admit that no one and nothing in this planet can complete us. We...
- Producer16/02/2017The Guy in a Thong and the Night I will Never Forget“Hi, my name is Adrian,” says a gentleman behind me in a nice British accent. “I am Pat,” was my reply, while thanking the gods and goddesses of the universe that my nickname was one syllable. It would’ve been hard to say anything after a...
Comments19/02/2017 #13 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#11 I need to take a peek at men's undergarments @Pat 🐝 Bagano, it's been a while haha. Oh my, he was quite the kinky kind- hey being young and innocent is part of our growth, at least you had an interesting experience that wasn't a horrible one. Maybe I'll find an Irish jock strap for my husband just for laughs on St. Paddies day ;-)18/02/2017 #11 Pat 🐝 Bagano#8 @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher I ended up dating the guy, but I cannot keep up with his "lifestyle." Let us just say, it stretched from thongs to leather and I was young and innocent (then).
Jockstraps are still in! In fact has taken a weird turn in terms of design and functionality. Some sexy and some too much! Men's underwear is becoming very competitive with women's lingerie. I must admit it does crack me up to laughter more of the time, but that's only because I see them online for my research. I wonder how I would feel if twas in real life.18/02/2017 #8 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI remember jock straps, not even sure if guys wear those anymore? They were an ugly version of a thong without a strap up the hmm how do I say this, strap up the crack lol. Lace, depending on how drunk I might have been, I think I would have broke out into hysterical laughter that I had to try and hide. I'm going to start calling Dean, Dean Adrian LOL! You had me on the edge of my seat @Pat 🐝 Bagano, as I wasn't sure where this was headed. Lets just say, I'm glad it ended on a fun and good note. Did you see him again?18/02/2017 #7 Pedro CasanovaPat ...After reading your post I went to H&M looking for a thong in green . To match my eye colour. But they didn t have my size . Also told me that they ran out of " males thongs " They say that is some internet " hoax " about getting laid at the first date...and sales are booming...16/02/2017 #3 Max🐝 J. CarterThank you for that @Pat 🐝 Bagano. It reminded me of a short story from my own history of not knowing where I was.
Once in New Orleans a buddy of mine and I took our dates to a brothel without knowing so they could find a bathroom. Didn't realize it until we had been standing there waiting and watching.
If the women we were with caught one, thankfully they never told us.
- 18/02/2017Ah - Bee Nice .
Bullshit. The 'Nice' guy is a placating sycophant that is worming a manipulative ploy to get into your life or favor. It is disingenuous bullshit- it is why women don't want the 'Nice Guy'
Everything that you have been told and sold by the Hollywood Machine is pure patented crap. If you want a girl to leave - give her everything she asks for - she will be cheating on you before the end of the month -- if not sooner.
They want the broken, fixer-upper, rebel, bad boy that they alone can 'tame as some sort of convoluted Merit Badge of Social Proof - " I got him, look at me girls' ....and then she will move onto the next one. Doubt it - look to all the groupies that love inmates, murders and death row criminalsHow to Stop the Nice Guy Syndrome (new version) What a "Nice Guy" and "nice guy syndrome" really is, why women put men in the "friend zone," and how to stop being "too nice" and hearing those things like...
Comments18/02/2017 #2 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThere is a lot I don't agree with you on Brian but I like the way this man presented this video. He's right. You lose your identity if you're always trying to please others by being the nice guy. The same can be said for women too, there are women who are always trying to be the pleasers as well. As this man said, it doesn't mean "being a Dick," and I'm using his words. I agree, there is a happy medium. People who are secure attract others who are secure and they don't need to put on a persona. They also respect each others individuality.
- 17/02/2017The cross over feel good movie where AI meets Romance " Her "
Spoiler Alert - 'She' cheats on him with a big University Network ServerHer - Official Trailer 2 [HD] http://www.herthemovie.com/ https://www.facebook.com/herthemovie In select theaters December 18th, everywhere January 10th. Set in the Los Angeles of the...
- Producer14/02/2017THE NEUROSCIENCE OF FALLING IN LOVEJulia floated up to me with a big smile, "Guess what?" she said."What?""I think I'm in love." she replied."That's great, but I didn't even know you were dating anyone.""I know! We met yesterday." she said and flitted away.Author in Source...
Comments15/02/2017 #15 Emilia M. Ludovino#10 Thank you, @Ian Weinberg for taking your time to read and value to my article. I admire your work, so it's an honor to have you reading my work. Yes, I know that testosterone is higher in the female during the attraction stage :) - we can't reveal all the secrets of self-preservation of the specie. Let men still believe they're in command :)). Have a wonderful day!15/02/2017 #14 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#13 thank you, honey ;-) (that would a sweet bee reply, or ;-)?)15/02/2017 #13 Emilia M. Ludovino#9 Thank you, dear @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.. You're a sweet bee. Have a blessed day!15/02/2017 #10 Ian Weinberg#2 interestingly enough @Emilia M. Ludovino at the very outset of the attraction phase (phase1) testosterone levels are higher in the female than in the male! Perhaps women are really in control (?passive aggressors) and we the males have been suckered into believing that we were running the show!14/02/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.truly, truly sweet on this Valentines day14/02/2017 #7 Emilia M. Ludovino@Gert Scholtz and @Ali Anani - my two dear gentlemen - thank you for kind words and sweet support. Gert your title is so much better than mine - "The neuroscience behind the arrows of Cupid!" I'll use it next Valentine's Day. :). Happy Valentine's day for both.14/02/2017 #6 Emilia M. Ludovino#4 Thank you dear @Sara Jacobovici for your comment. I think that even the non-romantic lovers stop to think of the neuroscience behind Love. When we're hit by the Cupido's harrow the magic happens and we can't run or explain. I am a romantic too and no neuroscience can't stop me of falling in love every day. Happy Valentine's Day!14/02/2017 #5 Emilia M. Ludovino#1 Ahahahah - Thanks @Brian McKenzie for the link to such a lovely video and introduce me to Twitterpate. Just lovely! Well, the neuroscience explains the chemistry of the emotional state of being in love ... but the Feeling of LOVE comes after. And then no one can explains it. Just live it and enjoy it. Thank you so much for your comment that brought the sweetness of Disney to flat neuroscience. Have a wonderful day!14/02/2017 #4 Sara JacoboviciThank you @Gert Scholtz for bringing @Emilia M. Ludovino's buzz to my attention. As a neuroscience buff, i enjoyed your breakdown dear Emilia. As a romantic, I'm glad I don't stop to think about it ;-) Thanks for your buzz and wishing you all the love for this Valentine's Day and all year round!
- Producer14/02/2017Celebrate This Valentine Day Week With Your HusbandMarriage is not an easy path to take. That is probably the most practical reason why a lot of people deliberately choose not to tread down that road, and the reason why more and more people are afraid of making lifelong commitments. Not you. Not...
- Producer14/02/2017Happy Valentine's Or Unhappy Valentine's Day?Happy Valentine's Or Unhappy Valentine's Day?As some of you may already know, I am not a fan of either Christmas or Valentine’s Day.Why?Because I'm so aware that family days like Christmas, Valentine’s Day can trigger many negative emotions, some...
Comments14/02/2017 #1 Mario Vittorio Guenzi@Riccardo Marciani
Sono uno dei fortunati che puo' dire che ogni giorno dell'anno e' San Valentino, diciamo che si prende l'occasione per farsi un regalino, personalmente io a mia moglie l'ho fatot una settimana fa in occasione dell'anniversario di nozze, oggi una pianta carina, ma potrei farne a meno
- Producer14/02/2017Startups and Marriage: Pt 4 Communicate, Plan, and Follow Up!Relationships and startups are like a very long road trip. Without planning, communicating (clearly!), and following up on progress and goals the trip could end a lot sooner than you expected. Visions of how things will progress will diverge and...
- 14/02/2017Entertainment: 5 Valentine Survival Ideas For Singlesentertainment.braindiamond.com 5 Survival Tips for Singles on...
- Producer14/02/2017You Can't Handle the TruthWe live in a world that has evil, and that evil can often appear under the guise of 'Love', 'Charity', 'Humanity' and of course 'Religion'. That you are blind to the masquerade makes me a villain for pointing it out. That you have been duped by...
Comments15/02/2017 #19 Joris Plaatstaal#14 Yes right...... It is getting a bit typical.
I am lost here.
It strangely emphasizes what I tried to say. Can I not make clear what I want to say, or can you not read what I write?
It resembles a bit the comment I would get on my theorem "Grass is green" : "No way the sky is blue! Look up, in stead of down".
I am lost here. But then again, this is what my comment #9 was all about........15/02/2017 #14 Dean Owen#9 There is a case for censorship and it exists everywhere, from the household to state level. I have lived 18 years in countries that openly impose strict censorship laws and it has been a pleasure and an honour. Censorship needs to exist in China right now as history has taught the Chinese that social instability can derail decades of progress and result in millions of deaths. Censorship works well in Singapore, a country that is run better than any country I know. The US could do with a good bout of censorship. I certainly don't want my children to be exposed to videos of beheadings, explicit content, barrages of conspiracy theorists, gun commercials, even cigarette commercials. I am happy that my kids can walk the street alone at night, never encounter drugs, our houses never get burgled, and no mass shootings as nobody has guns! Live one year in Asia then tell me I am wrong.15/02/2017 #13 Brian McKenzieIt don't see things the way "Polite Society" does, I never have - I never intend to. I find their moniker of 'polite' is duplicitous, hypocritical and aligned for fast & ready manipulation - all while smiling in jovial festooned fakery. As for Society, the less I am i it, the more I like it.15/02/2017 #12 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanYour posts and/or comments have never pissed me off. I like to feel I can take things in my stride and when people voice their opinions - fine. If I don't like it I don't read it - simple as that. Yes, we should be respectful and considerate of others feelings but we also should able to voice our opinions. I feel it is a slippery slope for some - both writers and readers.14/02/2017 #10 Phil FriedmanBrian, censorship cannot always be excluded as an option. However, I agree that the threshold has to be very high and rigorously maintained. Nothing that I have seen of yours rises to the level of requiring deletion or being censored. You simply piss off a lot of people, which is not, to my mind, a reason for removing any of your content. Personally, I am much more concerned by some of the truly disturbing content I've been seeing wherein the author(s) are recommending creating false "personas" for business and marketing purposes. For that truly is offensive to all of us who genuinely operate active businesses in the real (not social media) world who by association are likely to be fouled by that kind of stink.
My guess is that your pieces are being pulled automatically pending review, and then being re-posted when that review is complete and it is determined that it should not be taken down permanently. I know of at least one post of yours, where that appeared to happen -- the Valentine you sent the "bitches" of the world. I agree that automatic removal, if only temporarily, is a problem because it empowers those who want your posts taken down simply because they don't like them.
@Jim Murray and I have been working on a HE SAID HE SAID about Censorship for the last several days, and I expect that we will publish it by the coming weekend. And I invite you and all concerned to read and to join the conversation. In the meantime, here are some of my views about censorship on beBee and social media:
Cheers!14/02/2017 #9 Joris PlaatstaalSo glad we all agree that there should be no censorship.
Freedom of speech is so important. Why? In some areas and times you can/could get killed for speaking your mind. Of course people eventually started to rebel against the dictators that numbed them.
At some point there must have been a dictator with a genius mind.I don't know who that would be. But, that someone, came up with a great idea.
---- definition of a great idea: it works -------
I imagine someone thought " Denying the mob any freedom will always result in a revolution and a change of people in control" And I like to think, here comes the genius part "What happens if we give the mob an overload of some selected freedoms? Those freedoms should result in an illusion of thru freedom, but in reality prevent them from revolting. " Freedom of speech, freedom to vote, freedom to live, freedom to climb the ladder, freedom to gain some luxury. Well something like that, I did not study this.
But it works. We all blabber and discus everything all day long. We vote for people who rarely do that we voted for. We are 'free' to thrive for a better life. And we love our smartphone, big TV, our trips and so on.
Censorship and unproportional punishment did not make us numb. These, easy to grant, freedoms did the job. Very effectively.
---- definition of a great idea: it works -------14/02/2017 #8 Aurorasa Sima#6 You piss me off too (or better some of your opinions and a few of your word choices) and you probably feel the same about some of my lovey lovey posts. But like grown-ups, we found a way to co-exist and even occasionally interact in a constructive (or silly) way.
I hope you do not let a single individual influence you. Influencing as in not posting as well as stubborn posting.
... I´m willing to give beBee the benefit of a young platform. This is a flaw that surfaces as the site is growing and they will fix it.14/02/2017 #6 Brian McKenzie#5 @Aurorasa Sima not strange at. I have a long history of pissing people off. My high-school project about the Nazi Tattoo & American Social Security Number (both initiated and administrated by IBM) had them hold my diploma. They refused to give me my diploma unless I retracted it - I went and tested for my GED instead. They didn't like that I traded the Banned Book list for the Honor's Junior Summer Reading List either. meh.14/02/2017 #4 Brian McKenzie@Aurorasa Sima & @Pascal Derrien Thanks for chiming in on the side of free speech. It is appreciated. Indeed - we may not see eye to eye - but I prefer that than standing with a hood over my head blind to the world around me. I look forward to your future posts and have enjoyed many of your past honey publishing.14/02/2017 #2 Aurorasa Sima#1 I don´t know what exactly happened and if the post they pulled contained discriminating content.
I might disagree with some of the things you say, but I do support free speech.
The problem is the missing block function that is supposed to come.
I am trying to avoid one author, but it is not possible. I am even unfollowing people who share him - no way.
Maybe the person reporting you had a similar issue. The only way to avoid undesired content is to not log on.
I´ve tried it. That works.
- 14/02/2017Really. Pedantic Passive Aggressive Mealy minded, low information miscreants that are offended by words yet blather about your free speech while clambering from your basement safe-space. You are so fucking slathered in hypocrisy that you can't even smell your own vile stench.
You want a piece of me - come get some.
Step out from behind the Report button
Comments14/02/2017 #3 Dean Owen#2 but that is a fault with the system - the fact that it just takes one user to click the "report abuse" button to delete a post. Can't blame whoever reported your posts since they are just using the tools to filter out stuff they feel is offensive. If I saw a picture of genitalia pop up on my feed, I'd click "report abuse". Would you blame me, call me a hypocrite, put a target on my back? I was just about to comment on one of your articles last week which contained multiple use of what I consider the most ugly word in any language, a four letter word beginning with C, but then the article disappeared, and I understand why.
- Producer13/02/2017Monday Motivation - Chocolate a Woman's Best Friend or a Date 😍♥ with a Protein Bar15 Romantic Winter Dates That Your Wallet Won’t Hate:1. Sunset For TwoWant to know what’s more romantic then watching Mother Nature at work while in the arms of your loved one? Nothing. Want to know what doesn’t cost a thing? A sunset. Pour a cup of...
Comments14/02/2017 #2 Dorothy Cooper#1 David, I appreciate your feedback. I hope you have a wonderful and loving day. Yes, I am trying to keep buzzing. If you have any ideas for blogging or social media, feel free to share them my way. I have a two-part story coming out in another magazine about raising two children on my own most of them time while having a disability. I also focused on autism in the article, my son is very high functioning but it's an ongoing challenge. @dorothy-cooper
- Producer13/02/2017Startups and Marriage: Pt. 3 Dedicate yourself to the projectConsulting and dating around can be fun and fruitful for some, but you didn’t commit yourself to the project/marriage for the purpose of having an anchor when convenient. Just as you would want your partners to tough it out and push through to...
- Producer13/02/2017Happy Valentine's Day Well I'm Dameless when it comes to livingI'll do anything I damn want toI'll do anything at allAnd I'm standing here for all the world to seeOh baby everything is all for meDon't have to have anytime for y'allYou know now I'm not a man who's ever...
Comments17/02/2017 #25 Brian McKenzie#24 i am quite educated on Kyrgystan, you cited the HRW that aligns and spoorts the U.N. ......who have appointed Saudi Arabia as the chair of Human Rights Council. And mainstream Feminism is endorsing Sharia Law in its push for Intersectionality - as seen by the Hajib iconography of the march, the featured Muslim speakers and the celebrated calls to prayer.
I know exactly who the enemies are to peace, stability and security in the region are -most of them are NGO entities operating as a front for destabilization operations. I place little value on their squak box because gheir reporting is often zgenda laden and based on hearsay rather than proven facts. The believe, and unfortunately - it is true, that if they just tell a story often enough, gug at the appropriate victim class, they sill get increased funding and additional consulting gigs. The Red Cross has long trafficked valuable organs and blood - the OSCED has often been at the active artillary sites in Ukraine, been filmed in process of watching attacks - while reporting no shelling activity. I have been here nearly a year. Nothing in any of the HRW is quantified, it is all social justice prattle. I chose Reality over Blather, every time. Give me data, facts, evidence not pretty words churned out of a mouthpiece bull horn. Come to KG and see for yourself, ain't nobody bride-napping you.17/02/2017 #24 Nicole Chardenet#23 Women still have far fewer rights than men there, Brian. I Googled it before I said it. Pretty much any Muslim-majority country is going to have unequal rights for women. K is no different. BTW any information about women's rights that come from *you* is about as reliable as any information about anything that comes from Donald Trump. And accusing others of living in an 'echo chamber' is a typical response from Angry Old White Men every time they hear something they don't like.
http://www.stopvaw.org/kyrgyzstan (Bride kidnapping, domestic violence and human trafficking. Charming.)
Echo chamber, indeed. Educate yourself, little man.16/02/2017 #23 Brian McKenzie#22 your echo chamber includes stereotypes and generaliztions that are so far out of whack it boggles the mind. Women in Kyrgyzstan are the MAJORITY of University students, managers, government officials and business class of small shop owners at every bazaar in town. Men in the country are funneled into the military, and killed off quickly, those men with money are working or studying abroad. The ratio of girls to guys is 6 to 1 in the city proper nearly 12 to 1 on campus. The family life here is much more enviable than what America has derailed into. Divorce is minimal, marriage is still important, families are tied to their heritage for centuies - the oral tradition and legacy of the culture is amazing. I will come back, hell - I might even "retire" here.16/02/2017 #22 Nicole Chardenet#21 Okay, maybe I got you confused with someone else. Well I'm sure you're much happier in K, they hate women there as much as you do and apparently it's unofficially easier to abuse them there than it is in the US. And if leaving my 'echo chamber' means joining you in your own, the sewer of self-loathing and powerlessness you choose to mire yourself in, sorry, I'll stick to my much prettier echo chamber. I've tried yours already, and it sucked. :)16/02/2017 #21 Brian McKenzie#20 my profile says BISHKEK, not Boston. I have never even set foot in Boston. Grab a map - BISHKEK is the capital city of Central Asian country Kyrgyzstan - a predominantly Muslim region embroiled in a little war that is not being covered by the US blathering MSM, namely because, yet again, America is funding it. It's a big wide world outside the echo chamber - you should visit sometime.16/02/2017 #20 Nicole Chardenet#19 Ah, so you left the Yoo-Ess-Ay too? Your profile says you're in Boston but you post from that fake country name generated by, what was it, some new media outlet's flub, forget who (but I used that country recently in a company blog post - ironically of course!)15/02/2017 #18 Nicole Chardenet#17 Not quite sure what you mean. I haven't said anything about staying away from anything. Although I'm sure you have little trouble attracting your fellow omega males ;) I just want to remind you that there *is* a way out from the madness. But it's not for the faint of heart.14/02/2017 #11 Brian McKenzieLet me get this straight: 30 + Years of women ranting, rallying and shouting that 'A woman needs a man, like a fish needs a bicycle' is not only celebrated, but idolized, enshrined and still bantied about..... The organized, endorsed and celebrated 'Slut Marches' for six years.....The #KillAllMen hashtag is not only trending - but it too is celebrated across Twitter, Reddit, and Tumbler for the last four years..... Of course the 'Rape Culture' meme has their hashtag that #YesAllMen - in their claim that every man is a murderer/rapist/abuser or a potential one in training for three years.... of course #DieCisScum is popular since the 57+ Genders hit the market.... and Millions of self proclaimed #NastyWomen marching recently in the capital. The word Bitch has been co-opted and galvanized by Feminists for decades - here is the self branded home of Bitch Media http://bit.ly/2gkSEI5 - so if you object to the word, seek a mirror; because your National Movement Apparatchik love being the BITCH. I think the rank and file doth protest too much. If you don't like the word - maybe you should quit wrapping yourselves around in it en mass in repeated and historical glorification.14/02/2017 #10 Nicole Chardenet#2 I'm with Dean, and well, pretty much everyone on this one. I don't believe you're a "man who goes his own way," you're a man who got pushed down that path and doesn't know how to get off. I don't believe you're happy with your life. You're way too bitter and angry for that. You can settle for the life you have, but I don't think *anyone* believes you're happy with it.
Always remember, Brian. It doesn't have to be this way. You can choose to live with the dark hostility and your separation from the human race, or you can grow up, take responsibility for your life and do something about it. I wish you only happiness and freedom from suffering in your life, but that choice is yours.
The good news is, once you figure out where the problem lies, it's within your control to fix it.
- Producer11/02/2017Valentine's Day: Beware of Cupid's Arrow at WorkIs love in the air at your office around Valentine’s Day? If so, remember this: it simply makes good career sense to proceed with caution when considering workplace romance. That’s because while work romance can potentially send you to the...
Comments17/02/2017 #47 David B. GrinbergFYI - Recommended Reading: New Pew Research Center study/poll, "Five facts on love and marriage in America."
Did YOU Know (DYK):
1) The top reason why Americans get married?
2) The percentage of Americans who are currently married?
3) The percentage of non-married adults who live together?
4) Whether the rate of marriage vs re-marriage is rising or falling?
5) The percentage of Americans seeking out love online?
Some of the answers may surprise YOU...
http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/02/13/5-facts-about-love-and-marriage/?utm_source=Pew+Research+Center&utm_campaign=8c74db95b0-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_02_16&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3e953b9b70-8c74db95b0-39935091714/02/2017 #43 Lada 🏡 PrkicGood post, @David B. Grinberg. I'll repeat what I said in my comment on this thread:on LI.
There are no rules when it comes to love. I’ve seen some couples who have managed to keep their contact in the workplace at the professional level. It is unprofessional behaviour that causes problems. One of these couples got married and continued to work together. As you said, “People can’t always control where and when they meet or become romantically involved. Sometimes it’s just a matter of fate.“
As for Valentine's Day, my husband and I just don't see it as a special day, but as something imposed.13/02/2017 #40 Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador#39 @David B. Grinberg the successful work relationships also remind me of the dangers to existing relationship that can come - Brad Pitt - Angelina Jolie, Newt Gingrich - Callista Bisek come to mind. Hard to say if these are "successful" given they also destroyed existing relationships.13/02/2017 #39 David B. GrinbergThank you so much @Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador @Sarah Elkins @Aleta Curry & @Sandra 🐝 Smith for sharing your important insights. You all make excellent points and share valuable feedback. I also agree with Sarah that you should treat the "love of your life" like every day is Valentine's Day, at least in terms of affection and appreciation (although roses, chocolates, and wine/dining can put a dent in a guy's wallet - lol).
I also concur that sometimes the workplace is the most logical place (for better or worse) to meet someone, especially if you spend long hours in the office or on trips with co-workers with whom you have mutual attractions and interests. However, it could still get dicey when work romance takes a turn for the worse.
Nonetheless, as noted above, "I would be remiss without pointing out that some successful long-term marriages have been known to originate from budding office romance," and "may sometimes be unavoidable if cupid’s arrow strikes and sticks...People can’t always control where and when they meet or become romantically involved. Sometimes it’s just a matter of fate."13/02/2017 #37 Sarah ElkinsFirst, I cannot stand Valentine's Day. When we started dating, I told my (future) husband that I don't like the holiday. I said: "If you're waiting for a Hallmark holiday to tell me and show me that you love me, we're already done. I want to know, every day, why we're together." And here we are nearly 22 years later and he continues to show me, every day, why we're still together. I know, I'm fortunate, but it's not just luck. We use our words, share our needs with each other, and work through frustrations.
I think the same can happen with a workplace romance, IF you're both grown-ups about what you want. Use your words, keep things clear between you. No games, no drama, and you might just work things out! Like @Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador mentioned, with our current working conditions, you may only meet people at work. If you meet at work, you're likely to have at least one thing in common, right? And you know how I feel about trying to keep your personal and professional lives separate. I just don't think it's possible.13/02/2017 #34 Aleta CurryI have to chortle, @David B. Grinberg. Around here, an office romance is a cause for celebration, if not downright amazement. That's because Martin and I are usually the only two in the office, and the routine conversation, such as 'Did you take care of that yet?' is more likely to inspire feelings of wanting to chuck things around than billing and cooing! ;)12/02/2017 #28 🐝 Fatima WilliamsSuch fun to read all the valentines day comments. And @Javier 🐝 beBee if you remember I'm the one who replaced beBee as my love so yes I am in Love with beBee too. ❤❤❤❤❤
And @David B. Grinberg I wish I had met you and read this buzz in 2009 Noone told me this ever not even in school. Anyways better to know now than never 🤗🤗🤗
No to Romance at work is my motto😊
But if time, water and air were to stand still when I see THE guy I won't miss the opportunity 😍😍
- Producer05/02/2017HOPE IS A FUNNY THING -by Devesh BhattThat day I lost all hope,To those who guide my fate.They gladly took control,And wished I participate.In their plan of precision,To achieve a worthy cause.They offered great rewards,Clubbed with a penal clause.I had no hope for self,I gave my...
Comments11/02/2017 #23 Brian McKenzieI dated a girl named Надежда - I have been Hopeless nearly since. She was the last gfip through the fire that I would attempt. That was so long ago - I am much hounger than that now. In the last stanza, "Funny" resonates with me in the meaning of crazy, deranged, mad - rather than something humorous or peculiar. A love travel down memory lane, all in all.09/02/2017 #17 Devesh Bhatt#16 amazing. It could save the film industry a lot of money:)
On second thought, reminded me of some gibberish I had seriously thought about a few years back.
Light and sound travel at different speeds and yet we see and hear people, there is no perceivable delay between their lips and voice, even on a football field or across a railway track.
Hence, are the senses limited or the brain simply assumes the connection and lets us see them synchronised.
No basis, just crazy talk.
- Producer10/02/2017Valentine's Day is coming...Various legends, good PR, and time has suggested that the first Valentine's Day card was written by Valentine himself. He gave the card to the daughter of his jailer who was no longer blind due to Valentine's divine intervention and signed it "Your...
Comments12/02/2017 #7 Renée 🐝 CormierI often think that love is the most misunderstood and most stifled human emotion. Yes, friends shaking hands, saying how do you do is one of the many ways we show our love and affection for others, but letting the words trip from your tongue is nice too. It's not as dangerous as people think.11/02/2017 #3 Brian McKenzieI will be hosting the 3 Annual Black Hearts Party. We will eat a "Love Stinks" Cake, burn old love letters and photos in effigy and recommit to another year of Freedom, Independence and Travel. Always accepting new members, you are just a divorce or cheaters moment away from quick admission. Sponsored by #MGTOW.
- 10/02/2017By Dr. @Melissa Hughes
Ever "lost your cool"? Perhaps here on social media? Ever get flooded and feel it if control? Maybe get in a heated argument with a loved one?
Learn WHY and how to bring back CONTROL in a matter of minutes with #mindfulness...Be Mindful of the Amygdala Hijack The brain has two minds - one that thinks and one that feels? Your hand is a good model of the brain. The downstairs brain is in charge of survival. The...
- 10/02/2017Ever "lost your cool"? Perhaps here on social media? Or in a heated argument with a loved one?
Learn WHY and how to bring back CONTROL in a matter of minutes with mindfulness...Melissa Hughes on Twittertwitter.com “Be aware of the amygdala hijack. Keep the thinking #brain in charge....
- Producer10/02/2017Startups and Marriage: Pt. 2 Passion to Succeed, balanced with realityEvery great journey begins with a single step, but no single step has resulted in a great journey. Passion will go a long way to either starting the next Twitter or half a century of love. However, the honeymoon period always ends and hard work will...