Added: Colter Bourland - Date: 05.12.2021 00:02 - Views: 33994 - Clicks: 2466
When I found myself out of married life and suddenly single, it literally took me years to get back out there. I rebuilt my life from rock bottom to this beautiful, passion-driven career focus. It took a job promotion and moving to a whole new town with literally no friends to finally have the desire to make an online dating. It took me awhile to find anyone I was even remotely interested in. The intention was set for a relationship based in common interests. One of the first guys I met was super nervous after reading up on me.
Ben saw I was super passionate about veganism in my bio and thought if he shared he enjoyed deer hunting, I would unmatch him for sure. He decided to take the second route: hide it until he saw me in person. And it paid off. We met shortly after I moved to this area, and hit it off right away. He laughed nervously as he told me he was a hunter, and begged me to give him a chance. I soon realized Ben loved animals.
He trained dogs by day, and was knowledgeable at animal psychology and genuinely cared. I could see his heart. His genuine intention for animals is to love them and be close to them. Ben quickly became my best friend in this area and casually dated me a few times a week. Despite this, we tried to find desserts we both liked and restaurants we both liked which is a challenge in mid-Michigan. It all seemed like it was going well. He knew my coworkers and friends, he came with me to a wedding, and we were growing closer and closer, until…. November: hunting season.
What set me on this nutrition focused path was looking for answers after my dad died of cancer back innever smoked, never drank, but ate a high meat, Atkins diet. The ten year anniversary was in November this year.
Ben spent that day with me making sure I was okay. I found myself on my vegan soap box spewing all of my knowledge about preventing disease and longevity with a plant based, Whole Foods Diet. This was the first time I really let my vegan freak flag fly with him. If I learned anything valuable from Ben, it would be how to look at someone who hunts compassionately. Knowing this is honestly such a gift and has helped me cope with living in an area surrounded by them. It also taught me another very valuable lesson: the red flags you ignore in the beginning will be the very reason your relationship ends.
Never let anyone make you feel bad for setting standards out of self love.
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