Helen, there ıs no arguement to ur poınts. Lets just face d truth, the socıety today does not encourage true love and affectıon. If a guy can go on a socıal medıa and be able to talk to zıllıon gırls at the same tıme,, common… How can love ever work dat way? These are great women wıth unıque personalıtıes dat all appealıng,, dat man wıll defınately be confused of choıce. Honestly, ı am done datıng.. I have decıded to Zıp up. There ıs no love ın d datıng world. All ı know ıs dat ıf a man/woman loves you,, he wıll do anythıng for u, whıch ıncludes to compromıse standards. (Dats love)
Share the love! RSS Print Comments (6) Comment Feed Why I Want To Be a Social Worker Beautiful story. I can relate to your story in many ways. I too turned away from social work many times only to be directed back to the field. That is when I finally decided to become a social worker. I have one more semester left to complete my Bachelor's degree, and then on to get my Master's degree. One thing I have observed thus far is that our past experiences should help make us better social workers. However, the educator's in this field seem to think it taints us as social workers. I can understand we need to continuously self evaluate in order to make sure this does not happen, but I think that by these experiences will help us as social workers understand our client's better. What is your opinion on this? Thank you for sharing!