If you have read any of my past posts you know that dating and love have become a central topic of conversation for me over the past two years with society rebel.There is a part of me that wishes it was not so and even as I’m fleshing out the gritty details for this particular post, I had to question why do I feel an inner need to conquer this subject.I thought to myself, “Boy, he seems a bit materialistic,” but I shrugged it off, and we continued to date. He had lots of money and frequently invited me to dinner, but often expected me to pay because we had to be “even”.He’d take me shopping but lament at how much money he’d spent when we got back to his place.
I’m filling in, but it has the potential to lead to a full-time position. However, I need to figure out if I like the area enough to make a permanent move. I’ve run from those emotions and the man before me.I like to explore subject matters and characters that I wouldn’t find myself in – it’s probably why I choose the characters that I do. I’m not a very daring person, I tend to choose the safe route in life.Things like debt really frighten me, being drunk frightens me, something like abseiling frightens me. That’s not to say that no-one else can do those things, but if there’s an element of risk with something that makes me nervous, I would always err on the side of caution. She’s such a fabulous character, I learn so much through her. She’s always a lovely challenge to play and I enjoy trying to really stick to the truth of her, rather than sensationalising anything.So I did what any millennial would do: I downloaded the Tinder app on my phone.(Tinder is a dating app where you either like or dislike a person with one tap.