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I've probably made some really bad decisions in my past over situations like this. But when I think back on it, I don't know if I could have done things any differently. But I don't want to go down that rabbit hole again. Hehehe!
The thing is, I definitely have a sense of restraint and understanding when it comes to the people that I really have strong feelings for. But it only came with trial and error and LOTS of practice. Sometimes I would get upset over the fact that they couldn't love me back. Other times, they might have said or done something that wasn't that bad at all...but I was so emotionally invested in them that I took it to heart a LOT harder than I would have with anybody else. And now I realize that I wasn't being fair to them...but at the time...what else could I do? You know?
I think it's a difficult situation to navigate through, especially when you're younger...but you grow, you learn, you evolve. And, in time, some level of understanding is reached. Yeah, it hurts. And it sucks. But I'd never give up a cherished friendship over something as trivial as attraction and wishful thinking. True friends are harder to come by than you may think. So keep them close to your heart...even when it hurts. K?
My very best friend in the world was one of those people in my life. We've been best friends since we were fourteen years old, and still are to this day. I've seen him fall for girls, seen him date, stood at his wedding, and was there for the birth of his first child. His wife is amazing, by the way. Best choice he ever made! She's my favorite. But I'd be lying if I said that I wouldn't JUMP at the chance of him switching teams for a weekend! Hehehe!
What can I say? Old feelings die hard! REALLY hard! :P
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