Happy 4th Birthday to “Finding Mr Huggie-Wuggie!”

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This post is celebrating four years since I started this blog on relationships! (Feb 2011.) I actually started writing posts and ideas a little while earlier, and sharing these ideas on Facebook. What a leap it was to move from that to actually setting up a blog, and on this of all subjects! (It was initially under a different name before I eventually thought of the Huggie-Wuggie name and registered the domain name.)

I would actually have set this up earlier.  Back in 2008, I remember telling my sisters that I wanted to start something where I shared with the world what I wanted from relationships, and like all wise sisters they discouraged me, reminding me of the last time that I had not listened to them (an episode concerning a certain guy from university!)  However, the thing was burning in my heart, and I did eventually just go for it. Well here we are four years later, and I can barely express how happy I am to be in the position of writing this blog.  I’m not sure whether I acknowledge this enough on this blog, but yes, my sisters were of course right; this is such a personal and private subject to be tackling and then on top of that I go into so much detail, possibly to the point of oversharing. Ordinarily speaking I don’t think I would have ever imagined that I would be sitting here spelling out how much I yearn to be hugged or any other of the deeply intimate things I have shared with readers. And yet this blog has been such a big blessing even to me.

What I have loved:
Interaction with guys
On one hand, writing this blog has definitely made my interaction with guys a lot more awkward!  I notice that because I am so overtly single and looking, that makes male people wary of interacting with me, possibly for fear that their actions might be misconstrued. The only single men that I can confidently interact with are men with whom I have a very, very secure friendship, for instance where we have known one another for many many years, or decades.

That said, I still think that the issue of interaction with men is possibly the single best consequence of this blog…
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