Hello all, my name is Garret. I'm 34 years old, I am an artist, healer, spiritualist, nerd, hippie, hopeless romantic and many other things. I want to find someone out there who wants to build a lasting relationship, that's full of love, happiness, passion, honesty, support, and meaningful. In the past I've tried finding someone in this world that truly makes me feel alive, safe, and like I really matter to someone in this world. Sadly most people are scared off by my intense nature, or think I'm crazy or just plain weird. I'll admit that I'm different from most people out there, and I have my problems like anyone else. I've gone through most of my life feeling truly alone, no matter who I've been around. I'm just so tired of not having someone that understands me, and that I can have a true rapport with.
All I've ever wanted in life is stability, consistency, understanding, real love, and a place to really call my home. I believe that home is where the heart is, and that it can be anywhere as long as you have someone to make it a true home. I don't know if I ever will meet someone, but despite my past relationships there is someone who will want a good man to hold and never let go of. I want someone who has true values in love and life, and that can be strong when life is at it's hardest. I am a very caring person, honest, loving, passionate, eccentric, eclectic, silly, nerdy, intelligent and spiritual and a laid back person. I don't know if I'll ever find someone like me out there.. but I hope that I do before it's too late.
So if anyone out there reads this and is touched and has a real desire to connect, I'd love to hear from you. I live in Oregon and am hoping to find someone near here in Eugene, or a person who's willing to travel, or wants me to come to them, or can come get me and see where it goes.
Hi Garret. Thanks for sharing this with us. I'm considering moving to Eugene and it would be nice to have a friend in the area. I'm not looking for a romantic relationship right now, but you seem very nice and I think we could be friends. Let me know if you'd like to chat sometime.
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