When is it a good time to call a provider?
The client provider relationship is truly special. It’s bound by time, intricate and unique by nature, and distinct in itself. Without peeling back every single layer of yourself, a bond is formed with a complete stranger. It comes naturally, and has the potential to grow over time with respect and a non-judgemental nature. These bonds can grow deep and last a lifetime. Many client-provider relationships, such as many of my own, blossom into meaningful connections with those who I may never have come in contact with had I not entered into this line of work. It’s exciting and wonderful to share an intimate part of yourself with someone else, without strings attached or expectations.
Doesn’t everyone deserve company and to be intimate with someone once in a while? Who cares if you have to pay for it. Spend your money how you see fit. There is one thing we all have in common: that we spend our time looking for companionship. Companionship can mean many different things to each person. But when you get right down to it, it basically means sharing a part of yourself with someone else. It’s human nature to seek companionship, paid or unpaid. Let’s put this patriarchal view that women have something to ‘save’ or ‘are better than this’ to bed and just let live and enjoy this beautiful life.