I’m not the one who is quiet until called upon and then tells everyone how much I suck, everything I can’t do, and all the talents I don’t seem to have.I also don’t do the opposite and make up grandiose tales about adventures and amazing things that never actually happened.A lot of people I meet are really passive, non- aggressive, the females seem to be really laid back, cautious and afraid of any sort of intensity.. Often people would throw phrases like "he is too much" what does that mean, too much "of what" exactly? Maybe it is the girls who should stop being so laid back and lazy, and step up their intensity to match the guys.. What does intensity mean to you and how do you deal with it?
Either change your bait, change your fishing hole, or change what type of fish you are willing to accept...
OR keep tossing them back waiting for them to grow up a little.
Those who make up all sorts of fabulous stories and tales about themselves that aren’t true. Take, for example, my flabby lats from my obesity days that I can’t seem to do anything about.
And, the much harder to spot insecure people – those who act out of insecurity to try and cover up. I’m telling you I could spread those lat wings and fly away.
Keep looking, there are plenty of intense, unlaidback women.
I am ALL ABOUT passion/intensity/intimacy with the right person...
The ineffable experience of being known by and knowing another lends itself to the mythical image of soulmates as two wandering souls finally reuniting.
From a psychological point of view, what is going on in soulmate relationships?
When you are so in tune and on the same vibration that you can hardly sleep as you bounce ideas off each other... Your heart actually literally goes out of sync when you see them or think of them even sometimes.
But nothing is worse than if it isn't with the right person...
Those who wrap themselves in positivity and pretend they have no insecurities.