Dustin Bachelor родился 1 Августа неизвестно какого года. Он был рожден в городе Bartlett, Nebraska. Также, мы выяснили, что сейчас он проживает в городе Baker, США. Dustin не интересуется политикой. На вопрос о религии он указал: "Nondenominational Christian".
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Вот, что рассказывает Dustin о себе:
I'm about 5'10", with dark brown hair and blue/green eyes. I'm usually calm and relaxed unless I'm around my best friends, and then I can be pretty crazy. I consider myself a likable guy and easy to get along with. I'm usually sarcastic, and rarely serious, so for the most part, don't take anything mean that I say seriously... I'm probably just joking! I sometimes have a pretty twisted sense of humor, but I generally love to laugh and have a good time, no matter the situation. I like myself for who I am. The only opinions I care about are those of my family, close friends, and God. I am a VERY firm believer in God, as he has blessed my life in more ways that I can explain. I generally do not talk politics with anyone, even people with the same views as me. That's the easiest way I know of it get in a fight with a friend or family member. Religion, however I will discuss. While I will introduce my views and opinions to others, I will not impose my beliefs on them, as everyone is entitled to their own views. Overall, I'd say I was raised to be a pretty down-to-Earth individual. Here's one important truth about me: I have a tender heart. Yes, I know that others need to learn to take care of themselves. Yes, I know they need to accept the consequences of their foolish or bad behavior. And sometimes, even when my instinct is to help them, I will let them fend for themselves and let them suffer the consequences of their choices or circumstances. But most of the time I am there to help when they need me. If they are in trouble, I offer compassion and go out of my way to be helpful. If they need someone who will listen, I am trustworthy and sympathetic. And I am direct with them; when they need advice or counsel, I offer it in a straightforward, direct manner, without beating around the bush. I'm also smart enough to know that I cannot take good care of others if I fail to take good care of myself, so I listen to my own wants and needs. If I've run out of sympathetic energy, I spend time restoring myself. If I've ignored my own pain or frustration, I find a friend who will listen well, or go into my own private healing place and give myself permission to focus on me. But before long, I'm back at it with my friends, offering a sympathetic ear and compassion on which they learn to trust, also giving straightforward advice and counsel when they ask for it. I do know how to take care of myself, but my genuine interest is in taking care of others.