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I spent ten years in a Christian cult here in Texas. I have spent the last eight years getting to know myself. I became an Atheist, skeptic, anti-theist and Satanist in the past two years.I am constantly evolving that it's nearly impossible to get into a relationship. I believe this is the only life I am going to get. So I want to enjoy it. I meet men who bore me to death. No social life, hobbies, interest, and not very cultured. the worst part they are very religious or have a lot of supernatural beliefs and want to recruit or convince me. Which make me run for the hills. Does anyone else have this problem? I feel like I meet people with zero compatibility or anything in common.

By LogicEve4
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Wow.that's a pretty big reversal.awesome

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I have run into many recovering Christian cultist women in the last 4 years. They all tell me how hard it is to get the Brainwashing out.
I'm so glad I've been an atheist since age 9.

Remowill Level 7 Jan 11, 2019

I envy you foreal.

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I’m curious as to what cult you were a member? Really surprised you claim “satanist” as a title. Satanism is just another sect of the Abrahamic faiths since they share history and the same deities. Highly illogical.

I am curious about both of these things as well.

Satan means the Adversary that's it. It is not a sect of Abrahamic religions.

The Potters House Church, The Door, Christian fellowship churches.

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Alllll the fucking time. That's just humans for ya.

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Really liked your post, apart from .....Satanist? Really? Satanism is another form of religion. I don't get that.

David1955 Level 7 Jan 11, 2019

I don't have a problem with godless religions. I like Secular Humanism as well.

Satanism is the preservation of the self. Carnality and self love.

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Yup same problem here.

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My suggestion is, move to a part of the country where there are more normal people ie non religious people.

Moravian Level 7 Jan 11, 2019
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Yea same...

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Sounds dreadful. There are loads interesting fellas out there: they might not be living in Texas of course. Think if I were wanting to meet a nice bloke I’d head to Scandinavia. Strong minds, very cultured, mostly kind and well educated. Typically not ugly...

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Welcome. Enjoy the conversations. Most good people here. Best wishes, you have experienced a lot, much that people shouldn't have to go through. Know you control your thoughts.

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Maybe your looking in the wrong places

Jk1960 Level 6 Jan 11, 2019

You mean - like America? smile001.gif

Where are the right places?

@LogicEve An old (older) some kind of friend of mine who constantly ran around on his wife, always told me: "Tom if you want to find a woman, go to church. That's where the women are" . Pretty laughable since my friend Woody (True name!) never set foot in a church.
When I tried dating sites, women were constantly looking for a Christian man. I'd ask why don't you try church? They'd say: "There are no single men there!"

Bars? Kind of like high school full of older folks.

So where is the right place? Believe it or not, as a roofer, I've met a few through roofing jobs. Including the mother of my children. Work and love aren't supposed to commingle in this age, so i can't LEGALLY recommend taking an interest in someone at your job.

I think what bothers me is lost opportunity....How many times have I walked away from a casual encounter thinking: "Why didn't I relax and linger? She didn't seem to be in a hurry. She was nice."

I don't know if it's a place really. It's an attitude isn't it?

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