Tesh
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A young man's heart break... help?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew May 9. 41 Replies

Intro:First post here, I've been a reader of AoM for awhile, and it's helped my life exponentially. Due to the depth and truth I find all over this site, I immediately hold the men who follow and…Continue

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Tesh replied to Kevin Go's discussion DIY Ideas for creating a Gentleman's Apartment, not a Bachelor Pad
"+1 Nice reply, I hope OP finds this useful cause I sure did. my two cents: for a space that's tasteful and long-lasting, you're most likely going to need to drop some extra cash. However tempting it may be to make a quick stop to Walmart…"
May 28
Tesh replied to Paul's discussion Best concert you've been to
"First concert I ever been to was seeing Santana. It blew my mind and I still consider it my favorite and the best I've been to :) "
May 23
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May 11
Andrew replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
"I added a reply to this without reading your update on progress. Your story literally described mine almost to a t.  That's awesome to hear that by following everyone's advice here, you are now doing well for yourself. Trust me,…"
May 9
Andrew replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
"I agree with this as well. "
May 9
Tesh replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
"Its made up mostly from jui-jitsu, boxing, wrestling and some muy thai training, It's pretty competitive but I use it more as a workout :)"
May 9
Tesh replied to Brad Williams's discussion Religion/Unbelief and the Environment in the group The Great Debate
"I believe religion/faith and environmental consciousness are unrelated. I think taking environmental crisis seriously and noting its rapid decline is smart and logical, and to put religious biases or use ignorance as an excuse is just unmanly.…"
May 9
Regular Joe replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
""I started training twice a week at a MMA gym as my "new hobby" as suggested. To be honest, I've never felt so manly. It's true, I just let some time pass and stuck to a routine and I feel I'm finally me again.…"
May 9
Regular Joe replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
"For me, that doesn't work. It's not that nature isn't effective; it's that being alone (anywhere) keeps me in my own head. For me, the best solution is to go do some martial arts. It's kind of hard to get stuck in your own…"
May 9
Regular Joe replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
""Question: So men, my questions are: Should I send that song/letter?" IMO, that's needlessly extending the drama. You're probably looking for catharsis but you'll probably always be stuck wondering if she received…"
May 9
John Muir replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
"twr? "
May 9
Will replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
"tl;dr?"
May 9
Tesh commented on Vytautas's group The Philhellenes
"Perfect. I'm making my way through Aristotle's "Ethics" right now. This group looks prime for sharing and discussing"
May 9
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May 9
Tesh replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
"Thank you John, your advice was/is gold. I'm glad I could make it resolve well "
May 9
Brad Williams replied to Tesh's discussion A young man's heart break... help?
"Nature is the best medicine for me, at least.  Nature takes you out of your head and draws your attention back to being alive.  Your breath, your body, your hunger, your thirst, your relationship to the world.  Exhausting the body…"
May 9

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Playing piano, being a student, making money, playing sports, the ocean, adventuring, solitude, my family, and
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Man is made or unmade by himself. By the right choice he ascends. As a being of power, intelligence, and love, and the lord of his own thoughts, he holds the key to every situation.
-James Allen

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Daniel Rodriguez replied to Vytautas's discussion Favorite/Most Interesting Battle in the group Armchair Generals
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Liam S. replied to Bobby G Mullen's discussion Stoicism in the group Philosophers
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