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It has virtually transformed my outlook on life to be more positive and open to change.
Despite these personal epiphanies, I find I have a blind spot in regards to the dating world.
During the first two years of my illness I dated a close friend.
It got fairly serious but we weren't meant to be (and it didn't end well).
That some of us do not find Ke$ha relatable or endearing isn't her problem., which has sold 2 million copies since its release last January.Like the album, the EP sits in that sweet-and-sour spot where catchy and annoying become one.Aside from our other issues, I knew then that my illness put a lot of pressure on the relationship and it was very difficult for my partner to deal with it.This knowledge has become a roadblock during my various dating attempts since my last relationship.On songs like "Tik Tok" and the new "We R Who We R," the nostalgia-warmed bleep-bloops of the Atari era mingle with the dystopian digi-warbles of the cold, Auto Tuned now.Auto Tune, in Ke$ha's case, seems more ornamental than corrective: She has a strong, sneering vibrato, glancingly reminiscent of Alanis Morissette and excellent at communicating both rapture and recrimination.But some are masters of darker, crueler arts: There can be an element of torture—of pain meted out to a precise degree—to the most enduring pop songcraft.We hear this anytime anyone howls, "I can't get this goddamned song out of my head!The music is masterminded by the producer Lukasz "Dr.Luke" Gottwald, who had a major hand in Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone," Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl" and "California Gurls," Miley Cyrus' "Party in the U. A.," Flo Rida's "Right Round," Taio Cruz's "Dynamite," and the bulk of , including its first single, "Tik Tok," which was America's most popular song for nine weeks straight. Wodehouse story or an episode of , the fun of listening to a Dr.