Ostomy and Crohn's Dating in Buffalo, New York - NobodySpecial

Gender:
Man 
Age:
53
Location:
Buffalo, New York, United States
Appearance
Body type:
Slim 
Height:
5' 11" 
Eyes:
Brown 
Hair:
Bald 
Ethnicity:
Caucasian (white) 
Lifestyle
Smoking:
No 
Drinking:
Socially 
Personal
Interests:
Computers / Internet, Cooking, Gaming, Health / Fitness, Listening to music, Movies, Reading, Travel, Watching sports 
In my own words:

Hi All,
I am spiritually driven, not religious. I am infatuated with Quantum Physics and the theory of the Laws of Attraction. I have two uncompromising extremely rigid beliefs. The first is very simply put.... You become what you think about. Think 'negatively' and negative energies will, MUST find you. Think positively and positive energies must do the same. It's the law of the universe. Also, I believe that we are what we eat. My life/body has completely regenerated itself after I got on board with these two practices. I have embraced my ostomy. I read the following just this morning……

When bad stuff happens to resilient people, it appears that in the short-term they don’t do anything different from what nonresilient people do. Instead they feel something different about their ability to handle things. And as a result, they fare better physically and psychologically over the long-term. Complaining about all of this fuss about resilience, “If something bad happens, what choice do you really have? You have to keep going.” And have you heard that manta: “Whatever doesn’t kill you will make you stronger”? Yet, people who have terrible things happen to them don’t always respond with such a mentality—some complain about the hand they were dealt. Others throw in the towel and stop trying so hard to get back up again. What do you do?

I can say for certain, it has made me stronger, more appreciative, more caring and thoughtful. I am thankful for every single event in my life, big or small, good or bad.

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