cruelty/violence to people, animals etc...
Monday, 25 October 2010
get help! There are lots of books, and advice and support out there, but people are too lazy and just like to moan without being proactive and searching for information on how to change. It's hard work, but do'able once you get the right mind set and work hard at it
What would your ideal man look like. What characteristics and vibe would he ideally have. Would you want to be with him 24/7, or have your time together punctuated with time apart. Do you find it easy to be alone, and happy within yourself.
I don't care about looks... l like a man who looks after himself and is hygienic. I don't want to be with anyone 24/7! I've been single for over 3 years, I'm confident, driven and ambitious, so I don't have time to be bored and lonely, but it would be nice to find that special someone to share my life with
yes we're going to be over run by chavs in a few years time because they're the ones breeding whole football teams and that have kids that have kids. Sensible, educated people are putting their careers first and settling down later on in life and having smaller families. This thought terrifies me :/ heaven on earth ermmmm..... dunno sorry... a mountain of shoes? ;-p
i had lesbian sex a few years before I started working as an escort, but did meet m/f couples as an escort and I also did two girl jobs with other escorts
Tuesday, 19 October 2010
When you find yourself a lovely boyfriend who deserves it, will he be on the receiving end of all the lovely attention and ego-massage you used to lavish on clients? Or do you think it's not possible to give that to a man 24/7, even if you love him?
The reason I was good at my job as an escort, is because I genuinely like to make people feel good about themselves. I had 3 long term relationships when I worked as an escort, and each of them knew about my job. I could never compare boyfriends to clients because they are completely different - one is a job, and one is personal. However whenever I have a boyfriend, I am a very loving, giving, tactile, and caring person and they get all that and more :)
Monday, 18 October 2010
Following on from your last answer, is there anything you can do to help men with their perceived deficiencies (from a female perspective at least) in genetic and social makeup. Anything at all? lol
Regarding men's egos, there isn't anything anyone can do, they either have an ego or they don't. Regarding mens insecurities it's difficult because men aren't natural communicators, and for anyone to deal with insecurities they need to be able to voice them and by voicing them people can feel vulnerable, which can put many off. Also I think some men find it difficult to understand why they feel a certain way, so they genuinely don't know why they feel insecure.
I believe my next book, 'Why Husbands Stray' will certainly help men in a way that by telling me their stories they themselves are finding the process therapeutic, and they're having to think back and try to remember why they did certain things and how they were feeling, which isn't something that they had thought about before. I also believe this book will help women understand men more and be more sensitive to their insecurities, which in turn may help men.
Friday, 15 October 2010
Why do you think men are more insecure than women? Perhaps their egos are bigger? Or they feel that being with a woman is something they have to do to find themselves, and becomes an obsession, but doesn't provide the answers they are looking for.
Definitely bigger egos! 'Find themselves'?! Lol, definitely not. The more guys get the attention (even though it's manufactured and the result of a business arrangement), the more they seek it and crave it, and then yes it can become somewhat of an addiction, and some guys become completely delusional.
Thursday, 14 October 2010
Was there a single characteristic you noticed about guys who were looking for an escort. Looking for a bit of depth in an answer rather than "they just wanted a good time", or "they were lonely" :-)
I think that most wanted to feel attractive and desired, and to have an attractive lady genuinely interested in them. In my experience men seem to be a lot more insecure than women.
Friday, 8 October 2010
You say in your book that you were worried about "falling" for one guy. You only saw him once through bad luck but were willing to see him again if he could manage it. Why were you worried, and if you were worried why would you risk seeing him again?
When I referred to that particular date what I said was meant tongue in cheek, not to be taken literally. I'm sorry if that wasn't clear. I was basically trying to get across that it was one of the best dates I'd had. I'd have loved him to book me again, because we had an amazing date! It's doubtful I would fall for someone that I hardly ever saw, there would have needed to be some consistency for me to potentially get attached to him. Who knows I might have met him again, and it could have been completely different and I might have gone right off him! :)
Sunday, 3 October 2010
How would you define love? Most people's idea of love is an addictive, clinging quality, that they need to complete themselves. I guess this is why escorts are in such high demand!
wow thats a profound question lol :) er love is difficult to define, and there's lots of different kinds of love. I've never had the 'clinging' kind of love, and I guess that's a good thing. Love to me, is a deep admiration, respect and caring for a person.
You are pretty. Not just in a visual sense. But in the way you come across in your recent video interview. How important is being pretty to you? How would you like to be different from the way you are?
Thank you for your compliment :) sadly I'm very self conscious of my looks, but I guess a lot of women are nowadays.