No one will see
Unless you look within,
Underneath your skin,
And begin to see,
That it truly
Don't you love talking to someone who answers your questions as if they are above you? Like they don't need to ask you anything back? As if your just some columnist trying to create your next publishable piece, when in reality you just want to know who they are. And in doing so you want them to know who you are, just in case there is a possibility of a friendship blossoming. We get angry at ourselves for not being able to keep the conversation going, when all along the other person doesn't even know what conversation means. To actually have a relationship with anyone you have to converse with them and want to know who they are. If you don't care about who they are then why are you talking to them? Do you feel as though your being charitable by talking to someone "lower" than you? Like your doing them a favor? Because I can tell you that anyone who is worth knowing, a.k.a. a truly good person, doesn't want any favors from someone who thinks by talking to them they are doing them a favor. You can go back to your throne and rot alone.
What if everyone was truthful? What if no one lied or deceived to get where they wanted? Truth is the ultimate act of trusting. Trusting someone else with something that is personal, or could possibly come back to hurt you. Is there a reason why people aren't truthful? Maybe its the fact that they feel they can't trust anyone, and so therefore they have to lie to everyone and manipulate them into thinking that they are trustworthy. And somehow by having someone else confide in them, it helps them feel a bit better about themselves. Are people who feel the need to lie weaker than someone who can stand to tell the truth? Because by being truthful you have to be trusting, and to be trusting you have to be open. And being open to someone is scary as hell, because it means you are letting them into your protective world of your thoughts and feelings. And sometimes you don't want any visitors.
So according to many if you don't want to do what everyone else is doing,or you have some form of self respect you might as well change your first name to Prude because that is who you are.When did having self respect become a bad thing? If I respect myself and want the best for me why should I be looked down upon? I can honestly tell you I am not a prude I am very fun and adventurous and I like to have a good time with people I love. Just because I don't go partying and smoke pot doesn't mean I might as well wear a nuns wardrobe. To go along with that when did it become a sin to have standards? I am not and will not date someone because I feel bad for them or because they give me some sort of attention. In the end all I will be doing is making myself miserable and not enjoy my time with that person.This may sound selfish to some, but sometimes you need to put yourself first to be happy in life. Yes I have standards, and yes I have self respect, and you should too. Stick up for yourself!
Having a divorced parent date someone else is great. They find someone that not only brings themselves back to life but you both love them.You start to fall for the full family experience again. A mom and a dad that both love you, but only one is blood related. You feel like your cheating on your other parent that's sitting at home as you are out with your "fake" full family. Even though you could never see your biological parents together again, you still want that family experience.But should you feel guilty for have a blast with your "fake" full family. You just need that family experience,but why do you feel so guilty?
You brought clouds over my head
Over my body
Over my life
Why do you choose to do this
It's always a hit or miss with you
And I am always left feeling blue
Supposedly it's because we are so close
But I am left feeling like a ghost
Full of emptiness and doom
Screwing it up
But I'm afraid what it will be like without you
When we get angry with someone about something, are we truly mad at them? Or is it really that we are angry at ourselves for something that we refuse to except? Does how we react to other people prove what we won't stand for? Or does it expose our depest secrets and thoughts that even we might not know about yet?
Take pride in how far you have come and have faith in how far you can go