While I am not single, nor looking, I hope to facilitate discussion and friendship by running this group.  That said, what is your favorite activity for expressing yourself?

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one of my favorite ways to express myself is through playing the piano. even though I sing a lot, too, I still feel like there is a special avenue for self-expression in the piano. there is a subtlety in the absence of words that allows even feelings that don't have words to make their way through to the outside world, while at the same time there is a stability in the way the keys each have roles to play, and not always the same roles each time they are brought into play.

Self expression. Um...I like writing, but I never really do it unless I have to. I'll have to get on that. I also like playing music. I have a radio show on kanm.org from 10-noon central, if anyone's interested. I have a pretty eclectic taste, doom metal, industrial, indie, arabic, latin, trance, classical, whatever I feel like.

Definitely writing, though I do enjoy picking up a paint brush from time to time. Actually, come to think of it I think I tend to paint more when I am feeling the need to withdraw and just relax as opposed to express myself, but let me lose on a blogging site and I'm being me for the world to see. I am designing a small house I plan to start building in about 2 years which I think is going to become a massive expression of self, everything about it will express my philosophy in life.

In my honest opinion, I think that self-expression is one of the most important things an individual can do, ESPECIALLY within our community. I really enjoy playing guitar and getting tattoos for my self-expression. After joining the military at the age of 19 (so i wouldnt have to go on a mission) i began getting tattoos and i dont plan on stopping. I love being the only one in my TBM family with multiple, clearly visible tattoos. I even gto CTR tattooed on my right buttocks!!! hahahaha

I love going out for coffee with a group of people and sharing stories with each other.  A good game of cards helps start up a conversation or talking about music I like and/or movies I like.

Shower singing. Definitely shower singing. My shower is super echo-y, so I experiment with what overtones I can amplify. It's soothing.


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