Hello.I hope this letter finds you well.Please allow me to introduce myself.My name is Jason, I’m 34
- 12-07-2018, 18:05
Hello. I hope this letter finds you well. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jason, I’m 34 and I live in a very small town in Western Nebraska but will be moving soon 90 miles to the west to Cheyenne, Wyoming following a new job. I have only been here for a little over two years.I came here from Charleston, South Carolina; the city of my birth.I had never lived outside of South Carolina until coming out here to what is, by all accounts, the middle of nowhere.Livestock outnumbers people by at least 100 to 1.Charleston is located in the South East of the USA, a port city, the cultural center of that area of the country and it has a rich history.I actually grew up on an island in the sub-tropical climate just outside of the city.I do miss the cultural aspects terribly and also being around family.My father was a doctor, my mother a nurse and all my siblings are professionals of some type.I have a college degree in English Literature and a graduate degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology.I haven’t decided if I will pursue a Doctoral degree.
I am a social scientist, an expert in the prevention of substance abuse and the promotion of mental health. I know this doesn’t sound like the most exciting of professions but I find it very rewarding and it lets me be very creative and original and I can reach for more people than just doing therapy.I can make more of a difference.I’ve done therapy in a variety of environments from communities to hospitals.To do this work you have to have a sense of humor or you get brain-fried pretty quick.
I’m clever but my sense of humor can get me into trouble.I had a pompous professor of American history who was glorifying the American Founding Fathers over and over and over. He was not pleased when I remarked that those who sparked the American Revolution were white aristocratic slave owners who didn’t want to pay their taxes.I tend to poke fun at any person or group that take themselves too seriously.I would not have done well in the old USSR.I’m also able to laugh at myself which is a good thing.This trait was useful when I tried to drive in snow and more importantly, ice, for the first time a couple of years ago.
I’m told I have a very kind, calm demeanor and I have a big heart and these are traits I get from my father.He also taught me the value of people, friends and family.They are going to be the people there for you no matter what happens.Because I have a very large extended family, I never thought I would want a family of my own until I found myself very far removed from everybody.I had been married but that didn’t last long.She was too career driven and I knew that she would put a career in front of family.So I’m looking for someone who understands that a good relationship takes dedication and that both people need to be understanding, loyal and supportive.One of the reasons there are so many divorces is because people go into marriage thinking that everything should be perfect and easy.When they find out that there is actually work involved they panic.The rewards of a good relationship can be infinite.My parents have shown me that.Most other relationships I have seen in and out of my psychology practice have not.
People should play just as hard as they work, don’t you think?I love to laugh.Depending on the time of year, there are things I love to do.Growing up on the island I loved to surf, fish and crab. I’ve also been through several hurricanes and I have a fondness for storms to this day.I don’t know why.In 1989, the island was obliterated by hurricane Hugo.Live concerts in venues from stadiums to clubs are a favorite of mine.Living close to Denver I can go to a lot of good shows and just get away for a while.I’m also close to ski resorts and several national parks.It would be nice to find the time to go.I play the piano and I compose as well.I love movies and I read quite a bit – mysteries/medical and psychological thrillers or anything I find interesting.I still study history and though I was raised in the Orthodox church I have never been very active.I don’t drink much at all and I don’t smoke unless I am mysteriously set ablaze by a errant cigarette cinder, a bolt of lightning, or a three-year-old in training for a career as an arsonist.
The state that I am moving to, Wyoming, is one of the most progressive in the United States.Even though I am 2000 miles from where I grew up I am excited to be moving there.The new job is a big responsibility but also a good opportunity and I’m sure that you don’t really want to go into much of that right now.I start on January 20.What I really want is to have someone to love and laugh with. I would like a home, a good job and someone to share life with.To weather the bad times and celebrate the good times. It is a very simple desire but one that seems so hard to find.
What are your personal and career goals?I’m wondering what your ideas for your future are.What do you expect?What motivated you to join Russain dating agency? I know what it is like to be removed from family and friends and it’s not an easy thing for most people.I’m interested to know what you want and I will happily respond to any letters that you write.I would like to get to know you better. What ever you choose to do; whatever path you choose to follow, I wish you happiness and success.