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I have been a teacher in the university for 25 years. I have dedicated my life in helping these kids learn their way through life. Every one of them shares something that I consider a learning too. It's sad to see them go every term that ends. Chad, a senior student, left a thank you note on my desk for one whole semester of learning, and then at the end of the letter he asked me to have dinner with him to show his gratitude. At first I was very hesitant because I know how people mind works but three days after giving me the note, a knock on my doorstep came and I saw him standing there with a bouquet of roses. I was stunned and could not move for 5 seconds until he smiled at me and gave me the flowers. That night was the best night of my life. We decided to keep our relationship until he graduated. Today, we are open about our love for each other. Time does work magic.
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They call me sceptic Freddy. Since my wife and I had been divorced, I never wanted to give love another try. While not many may have known it then, the separation was way more painful that I can manage. I was depressed and felt really bored about life. There came a point when I wanted to initiate my own demise. It must be a miracle though that I chanced upon meeting Beatrice. Introduced to me by a former colleague, Beatrice's womanly air gave me the shivers like the first time I felt love. Since that fateful meeting, I decided to pursue her and take that chance again. Many of her friends and family opposed to our relationship though, and it's not all smooth sailing. We gather strength from each other nonetheless, and we both know, this is the love to last forever.
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Since my husband's early demise, I have not really been open to the idea of dating. I was 23 when we got married, and he died two years right after that. I was 25; they say it's young but I was in great emotional pain from the loss of my prince charming. So, the thing is I have been trying to get through the days without him-and yes, I did. When I was 29 and ready to love again, it was by the same year that I met Matthew. Well, he is 20 years older than me but whenever I am with him, I feel like I am just with a guy of my age. We get along so well that we decide to bring it to the next level. Matthew and I are now living together, and I must say that it's been like feeling love for the first time. It's all brand-new. I believe that everyone deserves a love like this-even as a second chance.
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I was working as a DJ in a gentleman's club. I am used to receiving indecent proposals from men who makes it hard to resist my charm. Oh yeah, I am so aware of how attractive and desirable I am when it comes to men. They go gaga over me, especially when I start to feel my groove during my set. I am part of their fantasies, and I'm used to it. What I am not used to is a guy ignoring me. Raffy ignored me. I was trying to make my way to my table (turntable), when a guy is literally blocking my way through and I cannot pass. I tap him and smiled and asked if he could move; he did. He moved. Without throwing me any glance, he moved. Something inside me didn't feel right. So I work my way through him that night. I did everything I know about flirting but none of it worked. The night ended and while I am walking on my way to the station, a car is moving beside me. I looked at it and saw him, smiling at me. He offered me a ride and from where he fetched me to my place, everything just falls into the right place. I fell and have been in love to this day.
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Four failed relationships, almost 28 years of my life have been put to waste, and I have yet to have a child of my own. These were the thoughts that haunted me on my way to a blind date arranged by one of my best friends. Reluctant at first, I thought of all the time and effort this might take from me and soon this would just be one of my many regrets. Another factor is that she is 18 years younger than me. How am I supposed to bridge that nearly two decade-gap? But I took that chance and have never regretted it since then. Michelle is my life and we will forever live in perfect harmony because we compensate for each other’s shortcomings. I have never been this certain about something.
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One must live his life to the fullest. People seem to be crazy over the idea of seizing every moment life gives you. I am never the type to fall for that crap. I take life seriously. I set my goals and make sure I achieve each goal on time. I hate being late. Time is very essential for me. My niece set me out on a date to one of her "adventurous" friends. I felt weird at first, considering it was my niece's friend but as I said, I finish what I started. I went to the restaurant my niece's texted me fifteen minutes before the set time. After ten beers and three steaks, she arrived. I was on the verge of hitting off and never treating my niece ever again, however her smile made all the difference. How could I ever resist that smile? I can't. Five years after, I still feel weak-kneed when Rebecca smiles at me. I love her. I now realized life’s more fun when you find a reason to pause and seize every moment because you're plain happy.