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Thuy
34 Long Bien, Hà Nội, Vietnam
Seeking: Male 34 - 48
Appearance: Average
I'm not so much sure about who I am, figuring it out moment after moment. I am smart in one way and silly in another. What makes me confident about myself is probably a thirst for learning, an urge for self-discovery. I look for a partner to hope that we can help each other grow in all aspects of life. I wish to learn to listen, to care and to love... with less attachment. My not so good characters, to name a few, includes idealism, handling stress in a crowd, impulse, overthinking, over-sensitiveness, fear and emotional attachment. My weaknesses are instability (with monkey mind you know), and impatience. Having said that, I think I am persistent, with hope. I realise a lot of actions that I take actually derive from state of fear. I am definitely not a possessor of Absolute Truth but I promise to myself that I practise self-reflection and self-observation, to be more compassionate to myself and others, hopefully, to lead life with more wisdom. About my diet & physical health: My body does not react well to animal products and processed foods so I try to have whole grain, fermented products/pickles, legumes, miso, fresh fruit+veg and seaweed as my main diet. I listen to my body and give it animal protein or snacks when it needs. My favourite East-West philosophy of diet is scientific findings from Dr Neal Barnard and the principle of macrobiotic. I enjoy testing out new alternative recipes with natural ingredients in replace of cheese, burgers, pizza, crisps... I do simple yoga, walking, cycling and meditation. My stress response often turns to food. However, I paid the price at very young age with different illnesses, so I gradually train my brain again to deal with stress by regular pausing, breathing or doing housechore in between tasks. Once in a while, I still struggle with mental instability and I eat to feel better! About my family: My family has given me a huge lesson in my life. Only until recently I come to realize that mom and dad are the best gift that nature had given me. My dad went through a difficult childhood, he had difficulty expressing himself. My grandma went through domestic violence and a hunger in Vietnam in 1944, carrying her brother to bury....Perhaps it's part of the carry-on across generations that my dad goes through mental illnesses. It took me many years of learning to understand my pattern of thinking, feeling and behavior, a little better each day. My mom is an angel. She worked hard to make ends meet for the whole family. She married my dad when he was still a student. She is a source of wisdom and compassion. To balance that, I believe it is my spiritual call to have my dad who helps me be more courageous, realistic and firm. I am trying to heal, one day at a time, knowing that my dad and my mom are within me and I can help them by helping myself. About my education: I did my Bachelor in Biology in England. A lot of my decisions regards I made are actually to fulfil my dad and my brother’s wish, or social conditioning. Perhaps no-one never push me but I didn’t understand myself and took the wrong turn. If I were to choose again, I would probably choose Montessori Education earlier. About my work: I tried different jobs in my early 20s, waitress, interpreter, student ambassador, assistant to manager, project coordinator. For the past 7 years I am an English teacher. Now I am completing my Montessori teacher training in Toronto, learning to prepare an environment and materials, guiding children under 6. About my finance: I am a regular teacher and obviously I won't become a millionaire in this profession :) I choose to live with basics. I hope we can be open about our needs. About my past relationships: I went through several, lasting for a few months each. The longest was 4 years when I waited for a long distance one, we met once then he got cancer. He dropped by Vietnam last year and I decided it has come to an end. I wanted to thank all of those men who came to my life and helped me learn, above all, the lesson of family value, what is important, when is important and who is important. We all meet for a reason right?

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