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Is it just me, or is asking someone to be your sponsor as awkward as asking for a date? :?

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Sometimes i think it's closer to asking someone if they would marry me.  I worry about all the work i might get in the future, the fear of opening up about the past and perhaps worst the possibility of being rejected.  Yea that sounds like asking for a date.  I've got to remember that it's only for today and who knows it might be great and we'll hit it off beautifully.





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Timber Wolf

Hi onaquest,

I actually think it might be closer to being only you if it was easy for you. You are certainly not alone!


Lots of love,

Timber Wolf🐾

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