sweetyork saidI'm not being sarcastic. I'm so very proud of myself for figuring out how to pump air into my deflated tires. Although someone did give me the basics (or maybe step-by-step instructions), I had no physical help during this arduous task. Many of you may be thinking this is the dumbest post ever, but it's a real accomplishment for me (don‘t be sad with my life). I've always been very intimidated by cars; didn't even start driving until I was 28 years old. The next step is to figure out what's under the hood.
Your next step is to find a man. A man who knows how to do these things that you do not.
You obviously will never learn about cars. That's not bad. It just means you need to partner with a guy who does know these things. Together you will make a team.
You will bring certain skills to the relationship, and he will bring others. But obviously you will never bring any that relate to a car.
Knowing our own talents, and knowing what we need from others, should be part of how we form relationships. Together we make a team, the whole greater & stronger than its parts.
You need to find your teammate, and I guess he needs to know all about cars, and maybe other mechanical things. And what skills will you bring to the relationship yourself?