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2WEE

Helena MT, USA
 
  • Male
  • 52 years old
  • 5' 11" tall
  • Athletic and Toned
  • Light Brown hair - Hazel eyes
  • White / Caucasian
  • Social Smoker
  • Other Profession (occupation)
  • I'd rather not say (income)
  • Looking for: Marriage, Serious Relationship, Travel Partner, Casual Relationship, Friendship, Pen Pal
  • Divorced
  • Has 3 children
  • Other (religion)
  • I'd rather not say (political affiliation)
  • pet: Other
 
Greeting

A little about me...
Writing, performing, recording, producing music.
Camping and everything that goes with it, Traveling.
Designing, building, inventing.
Helping others achieve their passions.

About the one I'm looking for...
Trustworthy, passionate, team player.
Together goals, individual goals, independent thinker, candid.

I'd just like to add...
Emotional Bank Account
I’ve found that one of the most important things to be aware of for any kind of relationship to work, whether it be a team, platonic or intimate, it’s important to understand how it {emotional bank account} applies to every social contact, why it’s key to understand its functionality. It’s a huge concept to be aware of, the core root of why your rapport works or not is based on what you desire from it. Every one of us has an {emotional bank account} and it’s paramount to put deposits in it as well as make with drawls from it. If you want the union to work, you’ll find the balance. That is to say, you reconcile it just like you would a checking or savings account. If you really don’t care about it, or don’t pay attention to the balance it will fail, the account will close/relationship is over/done/gone/bye, bye. Sometimes we need the account to fail and other times we desire the account to succeed. Ultimately the decision weighs on our choice as a team: (notice this is plural) do we want the relationship to work or not. Finding your ensembles balance is key, you can deposit too much and you can withdraw too much. Each bond is unique, so to find your teams balance it requires learning and understandin