I ask because my family are from the country side in west and northern Ireland, where there was endless inbreeding. They are somehow not mixed with viking or american, despite literally centuries of mixing between this tiny island and those people. I guess some people are only attracted to their families, which is just gross. But, of course anyone mixed with viking or american is too different to me, but my hopes is to find a decent guy who is also just a celt like me....but not ******* related to me.... but Im scared I'll be horrified by this person, and would never be able to stick it out, since he'd probably be a sheep shagger....
any suggestions on what the hell I should do?Other - Cultures & Groups1 month ago
How do I make friends and get people to like me if I have no support system and my health is in the toilet?
I have tinnitus, eustation tube disorder, chronic fatigue, visual snow, brain fog, kyphosis, hyperlordosis, ******* loner syndrom...idk...hulp1 AnswerOther - Diseases2 months ago
how can I stop people I know obsessing over their viking heritage when it doesn't seem to be that relevant?
idk like I feel like people from the country, here in Ireland, although some may be of viking extraction, they are still country people, and I don't think they should be so obsessed with it. IDK am I wrong?4 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups2 months ago
- 2 AnswersSingles & Dating2 months ago
Im a half race, and this ****** gaslights me, being nice to me and then refusing to take down blatantly racist postsOther - Cultures & Groups2 months ago
I'm heart broken because I found out the love of my life, my twin flame, was pretending all these years?
I met him as a teenager, and I thought we were twin, connected at the heart. I thought he was madly in love with me, and would do anything for me. There was only a small niggling feeling that it was too good to be true. And it was. It turns out he was just a part of my active imagination, and nothing more. Now I've let go of so many opportunities for someone to love me because of him, and I'm 31 and all alone. What should I do? I feel so alone, and can only pretend to myself that he cares in order to stop feeling so cold. How do I move on? Is it too late? Thinking of him as not loving me the way I thought he did is the most painful and heartbreaking thing that's ever happened to me, and I can't do it! Why did he do this to me!?!?!?!Singles & Dating4 months ago
I dont deserve it or need it.1 AnswerSwimming & Diving4 months ago
Even just tiny percentages?Other - Cultures & Groups4 months ago
have you ever achieved this? If so please let me know how!
Thank you!4 AnswersOther - Diseases4 months ago
Just curious, you guys are HELLA good at hiding it.
I'm Irish btw5 AnswersSingles & Dating4 months ago
I'm feeling really depressed. I've had boyfriends who treated me like **** and said it to me, but that's it. The stress of never having been loved by a man has made me addicted to the internet and developed visual auras in my eyes from over exposure to the screen. And forming one sided relationships with vloggers I fancy. It's really sad, and I'm thinking I'm better off dead. No one gives a **** anyway.5 AnswersSingles & Dating4 months ago
I need to be loved, but I'm acting like I want to be the person that falls in love, when I REALLY don't want to be that person?
I'm a 31 year old Irish female by the way.
How can I stop giving off the vibe that I'm the one who's going to do the falling in love, when that's not what I intend,want or need! I am a typical girl who needs to be loved by a strong man! WHEN IS IT GOING TO HAPPEN?5 AnswersEtiquette4 months ago
I'm finding it hard to deal with a piece of information I learned from my mother a few years ago; because it causes conflicting and dangerous feelings in me.
I am 31 years old now, and when I was 9 years old I went to a wedding of my mother's cousin. She married a french guy. I had a faint feeling that the groom was attracted to me, but I paid it no heed. He didn't interest me much. Plus I was only 9 and wasn't thinking about that kind of thing. But the fact is that it didn't seem weird to me that the groom was developing feelings for me as a 35 year old man, when I was only 9.
He eventually ended up committing suicide, not long after, which I link in my mind to this feeling I got from him, or rather how guilty he felt for developing feelings for a CHILD.
I didn't know about the suicide until recently, and much as it was shocking, it didn't seem weird to me that a 35 year old man was attracted to me as a 9 year old. I remember having a very faint thought that he could easily seduce me if he pleased, and the thought wasn't scary to me, nor did it feel like he would've committed a crime, because it would've been consensual. This is causing conflict in me as an adult ever since I learned about it as an adult; because its making this kind of crime seem justified in my head. And that is NOT healthy. I wish my mother would have never told me about the suicide, because it just makes me fixate on this.
WHAT SHOULD I DO TO THINK NORMALLY AGAIN? ITS DRIVING ME INSANEPsychology4 months ago