I believe every human being is born with a basic need to connect with others. Without a person to be with, we are simply not human. We are not able to connect with others. We are stuck in a survival mode, and this is why the majority of the people we meet on the street are not the people we would choose to be.
I believe this notion is not so much that we are born without this need, but rather that we are born with a basic need and then are given the ability to choose how we connect with others. I believe this notion is not so much that we are born without this need, but rather that we are born with a basic need and then are given the ability to choose how we connect with others.
I think it is important for us to realize that there are two sides to the “I love you” coin, one that we are born with and one that we are born with and then we are given the ability to choose how we connect with others. We are not born without this, just born with a basic need and then are given the ability to choose how we connect with others.
The first side is the one that is so obvious, it is a natural process of self-expression. The other side is the one that is so incredibly complex and convoluted. Some people are born with this one, and others are born without this one. It is not necessarily a bad thing, but we must realize that we have choices when it comes to having or not having a person we love in our lives.
I am definitely NOT one of those people. For me, having a person I care about in my life is a gift. Having someone I can’t always tell what they are thinking, asking them to do something, or just being able to hold their hand is a blessing. However, I have found myself on one side of my spectrum of self-awareness and the other side of what I think is my self-awareness.
I have no problem with relationships, I just think they are all too often the most casual of friendships. I have a friend who I care about deeply, but I let him go and I moved on. I have a friend who has had a great impact on me, but I let him go and I have no plans on ever seeing him again.
I’m all for romance and friendship. However, I don’t think I can have a relationship with someone who I haven’t self-aware of. It’s hard to trust someone who is unaware of all that’s going on inside of them. I have met too many people who don’t understand how the people they care about are not truly capable of loving you for who you are.
I love you, but I cannot commit to you because I am unaware of all your inner workings and are unaware of all the things you are up to.
I think this is a common reaction to the idea of a love relationship. I think we’ve all had one or two friends who have had their heart broken. Usually it’s not because of any lack of interest, but the very fact that we’ve been friends for so long that we don’t fully realize or accept that we might be a little bit closer to someone else than we previously were.
I think we are all aware of the difficulty of being in a relationship. It is the opposite in a platonic relationship. If you are in one you are essentially in a relationship. In that case you can expect your friends to act the same way they would in a relationship. I think this is actually a good thing because it reduces the amount of jealousy that would otherwise flare up.