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Hot, Cold

Postby IDeerInHeadlightsI » Wed May 19, 2021 12:27 am

Someone told me this today.

I've never thought of myself as a good person but yes, the thrill of the chase is always better than when you get it.

I want someone one day who I can settle with but I always get sad when people stay around me for too long. I need my space and I have formed a habit of relationships with people who are too sociable.

I kinda like this one guy but I don't know which way he thinks about me and everyone knows him. If he were to overtly show any sort of interest I would probably run the other direction. I'm too nervous to show him any interest.

Maybe I should just accept I will rarely be on the same level as most people and being alone is best. I'm happier any way and it's hard to balance my social dynamic. I can't be completely hermit like - I like to go out- but I don't have the will to hold friendships.

Just rambling to the wind anyway.
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Re: Hot, Cold

Postby Snaga » Wed May 19, 2021 1:44 am

IDeerInHeadlightsI wrote:I've never thought of myself as a good person but yes, the thrill of the chase is always better than when you get it.


Now that you mention it... it seems that way. Or maybe I just ideate then devaluate- I think I have some BPD tendencies. Meh. Yes I know this is NPD but that sentence resonated with me.

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