Never experienced his piano playing personally. I've heard of him, of course, and his swishy Las Vegas schtick/act. When he would hear from critics, his much imitated reply was "I laugh all the way to the bank." I think he's dead now.
"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them that they are being attacked and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism, and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country."
Reichsfuhrer Herman Goering at the Nuremburg trials.
yup, been there. Must be crushed as it ends up being distracting. I actually get really get kind of mad at the person as I dont like it that they have crossed my boundaries and that I have a hard time not thinking about them. It's not thier fault I guess, but usually something about them will cause Ne-Fi to start gushing and being stupid and moderately OCD like for a few weeks.
hahahaha, hahahahahahaha.....Look my answer from last year!
If I had only known.....limerace is nightmarish...
avoid the person at all costs and recognize that you are forming an internal representation of them that may be an incorrect emotional projection of what you think they feel. FiSi FTW. Limerence is like being caught of the cusp of a crush that cannot quite be real, but might possibly be real. Another possibility would be to be very direct with the person and let them know you are interested and request that they let you know if they are interested. Let them know it's okay if they are not into you.
Isn't this essentially just another term for infatuation?
I think we've all been there at some point or another.
Yeah I think so too. Apparently the feeling is caused by low serotonin levels in the brain, giving the same appearance as someone with OCD
Originally Posted by Orobas
Another possibility would be to be very direct with the person and let them know you are interested and request that they let you know if they are interested. Let them know it's okay if they are not into you.
It's the most uncomfortable state of mind I've ever been in. Ugh.
I already know the person likes and is attracted to me, but I still feel the same way...
I can't get anything done because of all the intrusive daydreaming.
And it's not like I'm idealising the person, I am quite aware of all their faults, and the things that annoy me about them - but it doesn't make any difference.
My guess is INFP, since they are the hopeless romantics and wear their hearts on their sleeves
why does everyone always say that INFPs wear their hearts on their sleeves? i am incredibly unemotional around most people.. and i would say there is actually nobody that knows how much i really feel. i keep it all inside.. maybe i'm not INFP?
and i am experiencing this right now... everyday i go through an internal struggle
just let her go!
how can i let go of the most real thing i've ever felt?
i like to think that my chances with her aren't hopeless.. but maybe that's just the limerance
I have felt it, but I rationalized the feelings enough, after acting upon them and failing that it didn't take too long to get over her... just about three years. Sometimes the thoughts still intrude, but I understand why and they don't really effect me.