i guess i meant some of the key things someone would need to address emotionally / psychologically post-escorting. not yourself perhaps as you were always doing what you wanted to do. never forced into things. but even then, there might be little things?
ah ok. I can't really say because I have no 'issues' myself after escorting either emotionally or psychologically. I don't feel any different. I am still hoping to meet my Mr Right, and live happily ever after 🙂 I can't speak for other escorts and I don't personally...read more
what are some of the key things someone needs to do to be able to leave escorting. there are people who enjoy it, but many who don’t. i guess everyone has a different situation. but there must be common things to be able to deal with to be able to stop?
Your question is a bit unclear, so I hope I've covered what you want to know.... Ladies that work as independent escorts can leave/stop at any time! People don't need to be 'able' to do anything. You just stop. Simples. You should always have a back up plan/skill so...read more
following on from question about leaving escorting; has your self-esteem been affected since quitting escorting? I presume your dates were CONSTANTLY telling you how beautiful you are and beaming from gratitude. Do you miss that aspect?
Job/customer satisfaction/gratitude.... Of course I miss all that, but I think anyone does who takes pride in their work/business. My self esteem hasn't been affected by finishing escorting. I am actually getting more interest from men in my personal life now that I...read more
Reference Graham Norton, Telegraph weekend Saturday August 28th…..
‘I really fancy a girl at work but she is engaged. We’ve been out for drinks few times with other colleagues and have got on really well. I think there might well be some chemistry between us. She forwarded me a funny email the other day, and we had a good chat when we were at the coffee bar. Recently I won a flight for two on the London Eye in a competition and I am considering asking her to come with me, do you think it’s a good idea? I don’t have anyone else to invite so think I might as well risk it, and who knows, she might just decide she likes me more than her fiancee.’
James T London.
Agony Aunt Bea says…..
Geez purlease!!! What on earth are you thinking? Trust me us women hate the fact we can’t even be nice to a guy or smile at him without him thinking we fancy them. It’s incredibly irritating. You need to learn that every women that is friendly towards you, I’m sorry to say, isn’t after your body! How drinking with her and other colleagues can be misinterpreted as something more personal and intimate than that I have no idea? This wasn’t a cosy drink with you and her, you were both with colleagues, and even if it was on a couple of occasions just the two of you, I really wouldn’t read anything else into it, other than she was being friendly. Do you think the other guys/colleagues that chatted to her those evenings were thinking the same as you – that she fancied them? Next point…. she forwarded you a funny email. You think that she didn’t forward it to any of her other colleagues? You chatted at the coffee bar? For gawds sake you really need to get a grip.read more
My super dooper web designer has added all my tv clips onto You Tube. You can find them here…. (please click the link for this post to view the You Tube link)
There’s more to come when I sort out my video blog 🙂 I’m getting some help from a neighbour later with how to film, and then get my clips on You Tube…. sooooo watch this space!
Anybody got any tips on how to maximise views on You Tube?read more
Hi Rebecca, I read your book as soon as I got it. I think it’s really good, you write really well and there are no boring bits in it!!!! I must admit I read Belle de Jour and found my self going to sleep half way through, as whoever wrote it, either didn’t live the life they are writing about or they didn’t really find any bits of it interesting. I think you’ve been really really honest and obviously it’s not all been plain sailing, but I will definitely recommend it to all of my girlie friends. I must admit….read more
Just finished your book and wanted to congratulate you on writing it at all, I am sure a first publication takes hard work and determination!
Your book would not have been my usual first choice of a read but I have met you socially and was curious to know a little more about you, people are nosey aren’t they? LOL.
I found your book thought provoking and think you write in a way that is refreshingly conversational, open and natural and I am sure many people will warm to you for that reason.read more
Here’s my audio clip of my live interview about The Girlfriend Experience with Richard Spurr last week. I’m getting a bit of a regular at the BBC radio station. I’m trying to bag myself a regular spot as the agony aunt 🙂read more
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I am very excited! I have an interview with Eamonn and Ruth on This Morning about my book The Girlfriend Experience.read more
In July 2009 I did a live interview with Ian Collins for the Talk Sport radio station regarding my book The Girlfriend Experience. I really enjoyed myself and he even gave me a pint of beer to calm my nerves. If you missed it when I was on, you can listen to it here on this link….read more