Need Advice! HELP!!!!- Gay Irish guy!!!?

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Okay well as ya can see from the title im Irish, A fella and Gay..LOL..well here i need yere help and im a first timer at this thing!…so take it handy on me! ;D.. I’m at the moment dating 3 guys!…One i have been promised to because he is gone to america! and we hit it off! I mean we were talking about marriage and Kids and Our perfect life! call him america man!..Then there is Sexi older guy!..This fella takes my breath away…we spent our first night together just gazing into each others eyes and talking, We watched movies and it just felt Right!…Then there is Part-time college dude…We meet accidently!…just bumped into each other and i felt a spark and chill (a good one) ! we danced and talked, We had a Laugh, Talked about stuff we had in common and there is alot!!!! Seriously! Can ye see my Problem!..They are all good looking and Interesting! Each of them always bring a smile to my face and know how to cheer me up!..I said to them that I needed a Break so im single!…ATM! So guys and Gals who would ya PICK???? HELP!!!!

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Answer by Kellogg
One of the great things about being gay is you never have to commit to a single partner. That’s why the whole gay marriage issue is never taken seriously in the United States.

You should invite all your boyfriends to a party and enjoy them all at once! Or just go behind their backs, it doesn’t matter either way.

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I need help…Is it ok?

Question by minime: I need help…Is it ok?
I am single right now and I really love older Irish men but now I think I might be gay or something cause I really like to look at woman all of the time.older women that is. Is it ok to have intercourse with both men and women? Or does that make me gay or something?

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Answer by Ben
That would make you bi-sexual and if that is what you like then go for it…

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what classes do you need to take to become a relationship expert/couple therapist?

Question by Mariah A: what classes do you need to take to become a relationship expert/couple therapist?
what college classed should i take?
ive seen a marriage counselor major but i don’t want to that.

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Answer by Scoot ツ
You should take Psychology and Sociology classes. Those are the type of classes that you need to pursue such a career. I know because I want to pursue a similar career.

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Need for Relationship Counseling in a Troubled Relationship

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Need for Relationship Counseling in a Troubled Relationship

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When do trouble in relationship reach a boiling point that relationship counseling becomes the only viable option? Is it when couples stop talking to each other, when the arguments becomes physical, or is it at the first possible sign of uneasiness in the relationship – when is it appropriate to intervene with relationship counseling? What about when couples decide to plan ahead and get counseling before marriage? If you ask these questions to several people I would bet that their answers will be mixed, and that is because no two relationships are the same; people are different and so are their views on how to manage problems.

To some people preemptive action like premarital counseling may be all that is needed to start their marriage right. However, majority of marriages don’t start that way – love has special feelings; when you are in it, you’re blinded by feelings and emotions that planning ahead for future conflicts would be the last thing in your mind. And that is truly how love should feel, loving relationship should make you feel free and open with little or no expectations.

For those who want to seek counseling in readiness for marriage, there are few routes that you can take, you can seek the advice of your clergy, or pay to see a trained marriage counselor – or better yet, you can get free relationship counseling through the internet. There’re hundreds of articles and online relationship counseling sites where you can get free help.

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If you’re already married and your marriage is in trouble the route to take should be pretty much the same as the premarital counseling. The only different should be at what stage in a troubled marriage do you decide that time has come to seek help. Common sense will tell you that the earlier you seek help to save your marriage the better – but that is not always true with every situation. Some couples at early stages of conflict don’t think something serious is wrong with their marriage, so marriage relationship counseling at this time may not help them because they don’t really believe something as serious as divorce is possible. On the other hand, if they truly love each other but have reached the stage where they both realized that something has to be done, or else they will lose each other… then counseling may work. There is no silver bullet here, no one size fits all scenarios either, couples in general seek help in marriage at different stages of conflicts for different reasons – and that’s how it should be.

Whether your relationship counseling is to save a trouble marriage, or to preempt future marriage trouble, your goal should always center on few areas of concern that more likely will lead into conflicts like:

• Intimacy expectations – is each partner having his/her sexual needs met? This can cause trouble in marriage if one partner feels left-out

• Finance – how couples handle their finances are often one of the biggest reasons for most conflicts.

• Parenting Duties – When children are in involved in a marriage parenting duties becomes huge part of the couple’s lives and this sometimes can cause problems when one parent is doing more to raise the children.

• Infidelity – demise of many marriages are caused by infidelity – and this is probably the most difficult source of marriage conflict to counsel.

Roles each partner plays in a marriage often go a long way to determine how successful the relationship will be – and planning ahead with premarital relationship-counseling and putting everything on the table for discussion will go a long way to solidify lasting relationship. So plan ahead if you must, do whatever it takes to save your relationship regardless at what stage conflicts arise. Don’t forget several free relationship counseling sites online, or your clergy. If your marriage means much to you, I’m sure you will find ways to save it. Good luck with your relationship…

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This is a continuation of Flickr sets that I created in 2010 (shown here), 2009 (shown here), and 2008 (shown here) — which, collectively, illustrate a variety of scenes and people in the small "pocket park" known as Verdi Square, located at 72nd Street and Broadway in New York City’s Upper West Side, right by the 72nd St. IRT subway station.

I typically visit a local gym once or twice a week, and I get there by taking the downtown IRT express from my home (at 96th Street) down to the 72nd Street stop. Whenever possible, I try to schedule an extra 30-60 minutes to sit quietly on one of the park benches, and just watch the flow of people coming in and out of the park — sometimes just passing through, to get from 72nd Street up to 73rd Street, but mostly entering or exiting the subway station.

You see all kinds of people here: students, bums, tourists, office workers, homeless people, retired people, babysitters, children, soldiers, sanitation workers, lovers, friends, dogs, cats, pigeons, and a few things that simply defy description. Sometimes you see the same people over and over again; sometimes they follow a regular pattern at a particular time of the day.

If I focus on the people entering the park at 73rd Street, and walking southwards toward the subway entrance, I typically have five or ten seconds to (a) decide if they’re sufficiently interesting to bother photographing,(b) wait for them to get in a position where I can get a clear shot of them, and (c) focus my camera on them and take several shots, in the hope that at least one or two of them will be well-focused and really interesting.

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I typically visit a local gym once or twice a week, and I get there by taking the downtown IRT express from my home (at 96th Street) down to the 72nd Street stop. Whenever possible, I try to schedule an extra 30-60 minutes to sit quietly on one of the park benches, and just watch the flow of people coming in and out of the park — sometimes just passing through, to get from 72nd Street up to 73rd Street, but mostly entering or exiting the subway station.

You see all kinds of people here: students, bums, tourists, office workers, homeless people, retired people, babysitters, children, soldiers, sanitation workers, lovers, friends, dogs, cats, pigeons, and a few things that simply defy description. Sometimes you see the same people over and over again; sometimes they follow a regular pattern at a particular time of the day.

If I focus on the people entering the park at 73rd Street, and walking southwards toward the subway entrance, I typically have five or ten seconds to (a) decide if they’re sufficiently interesting to bother photographing,(b) wait for them to get in a position where I can get a clear shot of them, and (c) focus my camera on them and take several shots, in the hope that at least one or two of them will be well-focused and really interesting.

While you might get the impression that I photograph every single person who moves through this park, it’s actually just the opposite: the vast majority of people that I see here are just not all that interesting. (It’s not that they’re ugly, it’s just that there’s nothing interesting, memorable, or distinctive about them.) Even so, I might well take, say, 200 shots in the space of an hour. But some of them are repetitive or redundant, and others are blurred or out-of-focus, or technically defective in some other way. Of the ones that survive this kind of scrutiny, many turn out to be well-focused, nicely-composed, but … well … just "okay". I’ll keep them on my computer, just in case, but I don’t bother uploading them.

Typically, only about 5-10% of the photos I’ve taken get uploaded to Flickr — e.g., about 10 photos from a one-hour session in which a thousand, or more, people have walked past me. There are some exceptions to this rule of thumb, as was the case with this particular set — but nevertheless, what you’re seeing it is indeed only a tiny, tiny subset of the "real" street scene in New York City. On the other hand, it is reassuring to see that there are at least a few "interesting" people in a city that often has a reputation of being mean, cold, and heartless…v

I want to to open a dating service. What licenses and things do I need to get started? I will be running it.?

Question by googoodollsss: I want to to open a dating service. What licenses and things do I need to get started? I will be running it.?
I want to open a low cost dating service in my area. But I don’t know where to start. i want to make a webpage where people can make profiles and meet others. Where do I start?

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