Godawful...it's the first time and only time in my life that I've been rejected. It took me years to get over it. And I hurt a lot of people trying to recreate that feeling of "love". It's only recently that I realized that I wasn't truly in love but well...just massively and thoroughly infatuated. I'm not sure if I feel relieved or unhappy with that realization.
What is the biggest mistake you ever made and were you able to make things right again?
Unrequited love for one of my best friends. I did nothing about it. It festered for 8 months, during a period of depression, before I confessed to it and got over it. I have had recurring flashes of intense romantic feelings since, though, for the past 2 years. To this day, it trained my brain to associate emotional intimacy with her in a very unhealthy way.
Yours? (such an interesting question)
Comes just as it goes
Goes as just its umbra
“Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.”
― Albert Camus
-Breaking someone's heart, who didn't deserve it, not just breaking but stomping on it, then coming back to tap dance on it.
-Saying all that horrible stuff to several people I love on 2 different occasions.
-Becoming a "user"(for lack of a better term) as a teenager.
-Doing bad in school on purpose in order to not seem like a "nerd" (idiotidiotidiot!)
I was only able to make the last one right(well I'm in the process of doing so, going to CC and so far have been getting straight A's, I hope that continues), and I'm working on the 2nd to last one now that I've acknowledged it.
I have a friend and sometimes I think he secretly thinks I'm secretly a dude, because he treats me like a dude and does dude stuff around me he usually avoids doing when other girls are around (like checking pictures of hot girls). Does this mean I'm too skinny?
Hmm, are we including Facebook stalking? I guess it would be any time where you are intentionally being around someone without them knowing you are present. One of my friends described it as "When two people go for a long walk but only one of them knows about it."
Do you like reality tv?
“We need to remember what's important in life: friends, waffles, work. Or waffles, friends, work. Doesn't matter, but work is third.” - Leslie Knope
"Nothing lasts forever, some things aren't meant to be. But you'll never find the answers 'til you set your old heart free."