What’s to be done when you find yourself newly single? Of course, you could be happily so, in which case, it’s cause for celebration. But for some, it will be a rude awakening, an unwanted return to the land of solo-ness and isolation. And the shock could be compounded by the manner in which you’ve become single – you may have been the dumped rather than the dumper. Or you might have called it quits because your other half had a roving eye and started embarking on affairs. And it may be years since you’ve been anywhere near the market, let alone on it. Everything’s changed – particularly if you haven’t been single since the early 90s and have never ventured into the territory of online love and romance. Perhaps the best thing to do first of all is to book some gay massage. Allow the pent-up neuroses, stresses and physical strains to be eased from your body and psyche by one of the capital’s amazing tantric therapists.
Then take a long, unflinching look at yourself. Ask exactly what it is that you want. Do you want to go wild and fling yourself into the thrill of meaningless, no-strings affairs? Do you want to take stock of your life and spend some time devoted to other pursuits – ones that have nothing to do with romance or lust? Or, after a healthy pause, are you ready to start out on another one-to-one relationship? These are questions that urge to be asked, but all in good time. There’s no need to be frantic about it or to make demands of yourself that you can’t live up to and which will simply give you material to feel bad about yourself later.
If you’ve decided you’re going to get back on the horse, so to speak, then the most practical and expedient thing to do is to download some of the apps. It’s almost impossible for you not to have heard of some of them even if you’ve never used them. Their fame (and infamy) precedes them. Why not cast your net generously by choosing the two you most like the look of, and installing them forthwith? Appraise yourself wittily and concisely in order to fill out the biography section of your profile. No one likes a braggart but on the other hand, no one likes a wallflower that much either. Go for something in between in terms of the tone you strike. Use photographs that are a genuine likeness of you as you are now, not as you were ten years ago. Once you’re up and running some other rules of thumb include being careful about location-based apps when you’re at work (for obvious reasons). Then it’s a case of going on lots of dates and letting the magic happen. In between dates, why not refresh your sensuality with plenty of gay massage available only at https://www.tantricsoul.co.uk