Online dating athletes
People assume it's all innate, but it's not outside of the comprehensive ability involved in creating things - it's just hours and hours and hours of work and learning, and the lack of fear and ability to put yourself "out there" with no fear of being criticized.Sports are a little different since it takes some natural physique and coordination on top of this, but the core is still there - confidence and hours and hours of effort is the kicker.
If he starts acting like something is up and your spidey senses are going off (maybe they already are) you just need to bolt.
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Through friends I've met a man who plays baseball for an independent league (not MLB associated).
He's sort of dropped in conversation and I know it's incumbent on me to follow that up, which some posters pointed out. But, "cheating" or "playing around" is only ONE reason why relationships with athletes,any high calibre athlete, is a little tougher than with other people. My opinion is that he knows he doesn't have a real job and this "athlete" thing is nearly played out, too. how do you know what he is doing when he's out of town?
I'm not going to go into this with my eyes closed and I've had enough not-great experiences in the past to know that I really have to heed any early alarm bells. Time spent training(not playing,that's only a couple hours), recouping, injuries, "team" mentality, etc. I didn't usually get to sleep until 6-8 hours after I took the gear off(adrenalin). Time to find a guy with a job.baseball players just like rock stars have groupies who travel to any city they are in. he could very well be with one of these groupies and i doubt they are only holding hands, lol.