Posts in Dating Series
Dating Series: Conclusion

I think I'll conclude this series (for now) with this post since there's not much going on in my dating life at the moment that I care to write about. I have dated a few more guys recently but nothing serious. Maybe I'll come back to writing more posts for this series when I have learned more or if I meet another man who has some kind of profound affect on me. Although it would be a little awkward

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Dating Series: Pity

I wasn't sure if I should include this story here since it's called dating series and the guy I am about to talk about is I haven't actually dated. But I can honestly say I have never felt what I felt with him with anyone else. Not because he's this amazing special guy. Not because I fell in love with him. I mean at a point when we were still friends I did think he was amazing and special.

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Dating Series: Distractions

If you're still reading this, I hope these posts have been insightful. In my last post, I mentioned how I felt I lost myself and my independence. It took me a long time to find it. Or rather, it took me a long time to obtain it. I'm not sure how I independent I really was before I moved to a new place to be on my own, and I'm not just talking about financial independence or being an adult. I'm talking about emotional independence too.

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Dating Series: Falling in love

In my last post in this series, I wrote about my only relationship with a Bengali and Muslim man. I wrote about my experiences with having an identity crisis. And I will keep talking about that in these posts because this crisis has defined my dating life. Never have I met a man that I was attracted and not thought: can I really let this go anywhere? Will it be worth it? What will my parents think?

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Dating Series: Identity crisis

If you have been keeping up with my blog you'll know I recently started a series of posts where I write about my dating life. This post will not just be about a guy I had a relationship with, but also about the common identity crisis that many people who have immigrant parents or grandparents might feel. So if you've experienced this crisis you know what I'm about to describe.

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