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19-Oct-2019 22:06

It got to the point that they asked about previous surgeries, to which, I mentioned I had dental surgery. It threw everything they/we were doing through a loop.

I was hoping they would leave it at that but they wanted to know to what extent my dental surgery was. Most people would like to avoid that while on a date.

But over time, as the two of you become closer, I would hope you build a relationship on mutual trust and understanding.

Nothing is worse than lugging around a deep, dark secret.

So it’s totally natural to be apprehensive in taking someone up on the offer of meeting up for dinner.

Especially if you add in the fact that you’re concerned your teeth might fall out, or worse, that the two of you will kiss and they’ll run for the hills!

I’ve exchanged messages with those who either were discovered or had to come clean after years and years of being with their partner.

It may seem insignificant to you, but it could really make the other party feel betrayed in a sense.

Have fun, be confident and save the medical history for another day.

No, they aren’t copying you—you have just become more aware of their presence now that you have one.

Most people are not on the look-out for denture wearers.

Some just aren’t eager to get into the “denture dialogue” before they’ve even gotten to know the potential mate.

I am an open book and never shy away at the chance to tell others about my experience—but there are times even I am like, “Ugh, I really don’t feel like getting into it”.

I am a sociable, purposeful, well-mannered, intelligent, self-confident, dec..