In the two decades that I’ve been seriously in the Craigslist dating scene, I’ve never really considered that such a theory — or is it a fact? — exists in relationships. It’s probably due to how I view relationships, how I perceive life.
Beware the Window of Honesty, which slams shut about four weeks into a relationship. The more we become invested in someone, the more about ourselves we feel inclined to keep hidden. (Voice of experience: The explosive power of a secret will grow with the passage of time.) — Michael Crook, What’s the Recipe for The Good Life?
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I recently realised how much I am a black and white sort of individual. I believe that there’s only one way that people should act to be considered right and outside that they can be called “bad Craigslist guys”. Though principles like honour and honesty are things one cannot bend, it’s how people define them that differs. And with all the complexities of life, things don’t always fall on either black or white.
It’s quite disturbing to think that there is such a thing as “window of honesty” in a relationship. That there are people who will allow secrets to build up. We blame ourselves for failing in relationships but never really going down on the problem at its core. Wouldn’t you agree that keeping something from your partner will hinder the growth? Giving the other person the chance to face the truth as they come and not when it’s too late?
Whether or not this “window of honesty” truly exists, I choose to believe that such relationships can be classified as unhealthy for both and unjust to the other person who falls victim to it. A relationship is a two-way street. Even when both did know what they’re getting into, each should respect that they both entered into the relationship in good faith. Each partner has a responsibility to be honest with one another and not take advantage.
But if one desires a “good life” do we really have to believe and beware of the “window of honesty”? Or do we choose to believe that honesty can be had in a relationship? Thoughts?
Free Dating for Gun Lovers
While I know there is a need for niche dating in Craigslist, I’m thinking this one has gone just a wee bit too far…but hey, whatever floats your boat!
Gun Lovers Passions is taking aim at the niche online dating, Craigslist and social networking market, by providing a unique community where members can make new friends and even find romance…while discussing their favorite firearms. As part of the Passions Network network of niche community sites, Gun Lovers Passions welcomes gun owners, hunters, 2nd Amendment advocates, and anyone else that appreciates guns.
Providing all the features of mainstream online dating & social networking sites, including photo personals, email, chat, instant messaging, forums, blogs and videos, Gun Lovers Passions is unique in it’s singular focus on the Pro Gun Rights community. Members can take advantage of the ‘Gun Groups‘ to find other members who enjoy hunting, target practice or skeet shooting. Gun owners can also find other members based on their preferred type of firearm, whether that be a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun or a paintball gun, among others. Not only do the gun groups provide a way for members to easily find others who share their passion for specific types of guns, but they can also narrow their focus to specific areas of interest within hunting, for example deer hunting, duck hunting or even big game hunting.
Independent of the online hunting and gun groups, Gun Lovers Passions provides a Gun Video Directory, where members are encouraged to upload videos related to gun issues, including gun safety, gun shows, gun mishaps, target practice and gun rights (both Pro Gun Rights and Anti-Gun Rights).
The idea behind Gun Lovers Passions is to provide a welcoming and judgement-free environment where members can relax and feel comfortable surrounded by their peers…where the discussion of gun related topics is the norm. Gun issues can be difficult issues to bridge when two people are on opposite sides, and by providing a community where everyone is on the same side, Gun Lovers Passions hopes to make it easier for members to make new friends and maybe even find a little Craigslist romance. Presumably, it is a little easier to break the ice when two people share something in common, whether that be an appreciation for a specific type of handgun, or the shared commitment to the support of the 2nd Amendment and Pro Gun Rights.