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BKW
15 posts
2009-09-26

Introduce yourself. Where are you from, where are you now, and where are you going….? Welcome to the community! I think you’ll like it here.

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meditatingmama
267 posts
2009-09-28

Welcome to bMindful, Dink… Tell me about your profile name… It is cute… :) PS: What does it mean??

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aftab
181 posts
2009-10-01

Dinkledorfer? :-) You’re not German by any chance, are you? Welcome.

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Aisha
61 posts
2009-10-25

Thanks dinkledorfer for the explaining how you use your affirmations! It’s been a GREAT help! Thank you sooooo much!

And please, introduce yourself, already!

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dinkledorfer
6 posts
2009-11-05

In response to BKW’s comment: I am 58 years old and residing in New Mexico. Originally, home was Brooklyn but that was a life time, 2 marriages and 2 kids ago. This form of thinking and self work is not new for me. I began this journey about 30 years ago but it’s only more recently, wife #3 (who is a real gem) that I have made some real concrete strides. It helps a lot to have someone believe in you, encourage you and is vocal about it. Aside from working on things I’m not pleased with about me and my life, my focus is on developing the personality traits to trade in the Forex currency market. It has been a long 2 years of costly learning but is just about to stat paying off. Ironically, once I came full circle in knowledge with it, things just starting falling into place. The more simple I made things, the better they began to work. Down te road, I plan on teaching others to do it. It’s not that tough once you understand that 95% of what you hear is pure BS.

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dinkledorfer
6 posts
2009-11-05

In response to meditatingmama’s comment: The profile name is just something for fun! WHen delaing with places that want information I would rather not give, I use names like Harvey P. DOrkmeyer and Howard Dinkledorfer. It’s quite amusing watching junk mailers trying not to offend.

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dinkledorfer
6 posts
2009-11-05

In response to aftab’s comment: Actually, I am full blooded Italian! Had you been with me on a recent trip back to New York, you would have no doubt. I came home with 6 pounds of sharp stinky provolone and6 sticks of hard, dry, salami. Another 15 pounds are being mailed. Also got a gallon of olive oil. Now that may not seem like a find to most people, but this is the olive oil my grandmother used in the 50’s. It has a strong smell and strong taste. Oh man! Talk about good. Found it in an Italian restaurant in Atlantic City. My wife just laughed as she watch me put the oil and parmesian on slice after slice of bread. The waitress had to bring a 2nd basket of bread and I finished that too. Had to take my dinner home in a doggy bag because I filled up on the bread! Ha!

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dinkledorfer
6 posts
2009-11-05

In response to Aisha’s comment: The affirmations atre still working. I wish they would work faster. Either the process is slow or I have a lot more junk to clear out than I am admitting. Probably the 2nd one! Forgiving is still a tough one but I’m making progress. Until I took this job (Fedex) I had no idea what a temper I had hiding. Perhaps it’s just a life time of frustrations now coming to the surface but at times. I wonder who that raving mad man is. The temper has gotten better but it really makes me wonder where all the anger came from. I thought I understood anger when my youngest daughter moved into her teens but this is new. Had I been aware of what was ahead with her, I would have sold her back to the gypsies at 12. Having teenage girls has given me a respect for the concept of putting them in a deep freeze at 12 and thawing them out at 21. Kids should come with an instruction manual pasted on their butts!

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Aisha
61 posts
2009-11-05

In response to dinkledorfer’s comment:

hey again..

“It helps a lot to have someone believe in you, encourage you and is vocal about it” Can you please elaborate on how vocal she is? I want to be like her with my husband, so he would call me “a real gem” ;-)

“It’s not that tough once you understand that 95% of what you hear is pure BS.” You are sooo wise.. I’m gonna quote you!!

By the way, Master, it’s better to update your profile so it would be easier for people to know where you’re from and more info about ya

You know, I think realizing how “bad?” your temper is is the first step to change the way things are. Make a choice when you’re nice and calm that when you get upset with something next time you’re gonna act so and so.. You can do it.. Don’t make losing control a habit..

By the way, I can’t wait to have babys of my own so please stay POSITIVE about the matter for my sake lol I’m just starting my life here, people! :-D

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dinkledorfer
6 posts
2009-11-07

In response to Aisha’s comment: Have to think on that one???? On a regular basis, she tells me lots of things. I’m handsome ( I’ll take her opinion other than my own) I make her feel loved, supported and cherished, which makes me want to do it even better…..that I’m a good husband……. when I’m doubting my own ability to reach my goals, she is there reinforcing to me that she knows I can do and I will do it. It’s like so many little things. To hear praise, makes me want to do even more of what is praised. She tells me things about myself, mostly good ones (Ha!) that I eihter don’t see or don’t believe I have. Even when I’m just venting…..she is there, listening, not getting involved in the mess, but telling me sweetly, I love you! It took 3 tries but I have got me a winner now!

I remember one time, calling her because I simply had to unload or explode. I was quite mad and it was coming out but all of a sudden she began to laugh. It became funny to her and she could not contain it. I had to stop there and complain….excuse me……I’m trying to be pissed off and you are messing me up. The more she laughed, the less I could hold onto the anger.

I try to do the same things for her.Best I can tell you is look for the good in your partner and make it a serious point to make sure they know you see it, that you appreciate them that they are loved, wanted, and cherished. The more you do that for him, the more motivated he will become to do it for you. As one of my teachers used to say……”Put everything you’ve got into everything you do……….. from kissing your wife to making a million! I guarantee you…..adventure awaits you on both counts!

As to updating the profile, I have not figured it out yet.

Kids are a funny thing. I once heard someone describe it in a way that really summed it up. He said “It was both the most wonderful thing that has ever happened to me and the most horrible thing rolled into one! A laugh can take you to heights you never knew and a tear can take you into a deep sadness. My kids hace made me really understand that it was never what they could have or get that made it good for them. It was the time we spent together making memories. The things passed away but the memories live on. Give them your time! It is the greatest gift you can give.

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inspired-selfcare♡˚
1546 posts
2009-11-07

In response to dinkledorfer’s comment: Loved your quote from your teacher about putting everything you’ve got into everything you do……….. from kissing your wife to making a million..and guaranteeing the adventure awaits you on both counts! That’s great(:

Have you checked the Laverne and Shirley song out??

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aftab
181 posts
2009-11-07

Hi, VERY nice meeting you. You are funny, you made me laugh this morning :-) And I know what you mean with the good olive oil. A bit of salt on it…yummi

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dinkledorfer
6 posts
2009-11-07

Yes, I found it and it’s hilarious to watch it again. Also found another good one! It’s from How to succeed in Business without really trying. Keep in mind, he is singing to himself in the mirror when he does it. Ha!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbAjOJwyAwc

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inspired-selfcare♡˚
1546 posts
2010-03-02

Hello dinkledorfer..I always smile when I say your name(: Wishing you wonderful things in your world (:

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