Tuesday, November 24, 2009
You're The Voice
Huuuuuuuuuh. Bluh Bluh... 'kay so I gotta question for all you folks: If you hang out with a particular person of the opposit sex for a good while, you talk and you get to know that person and that person gets to know you. You hang out many times a week, voluntarily or not. You see them everyday at school and then you allow that person to do certain things such as put their arm around your shoulder and hug you often and what not... and although you do not feel anything for that person out of just a good friendship... are you leading that person on? Are you making them feel like there's something more there than there really is? And if you are... what do you do to stop it? How can you let that person know without just coming out and telling them bluntly, that you don't feel like that for them? I'm a nice person :S... I can't just shrug off their arm on my shoulder or pull my hand away if they reach for it. I'm just not that cruel... and yet I don't want to 'ignore' them so they'll back off because they're a good friend and, yes, I admit it, I like the physical contact. But I don't want this to happen again. It happened once and the results were disastrous... Guh. So apparently I'm the incarnation of Cupid... but it's so different to figure things out for myself and my own relationships than it is for others. Even when I try to imagine this scenario with someone else and figure out what my advice for them would be... it just doesn't work. My own feelings get too mixed up. I need another me xD.