Let's face it—we can no longer think everything has to be black or white nowadays, and we need to accept that anything in the world we live in has gray areas—and so do our relationships. Is it scary? Fear not! It is actually a pretty good balance, but for it to be so, we first need to agree on that reality.
"I won't lie, I was a bit skeptical just by watching the trailer at first. I could tell it would be very Paris, put another way, very cliché."
Living in New York City kind of breaks any boredom or laziness. There is always something to see or to experience or to discover. The number of activities is endless. So endless that we might have a hard time making a good choice sometimes. However, it sounds like I picked the right option a few months ago... option that will remain in the back of my head until the cows come home.
A few years ago, in my early twenties, I engaged myself in a relationship with someone that I truly and deeply loved from the bottom of my heart. There was a flaw, though; we were young and somehow scared for the future. Thus, we did our time, but the breakup was so destructive and unexpected that I thought I would never get over such a terrible error.
There is one person out there who can make you feel some emotions you have never experienced before with anyone else. The day you cross their path, you feel like it's a no-brainer. You feel like it because of the effect they have on you, and you might experience some pleasant feelings deep inside down. What's the part of your job here? Dare to live them.
Not only being smitten with someone makes you feel happy, but it also makes you feel powerful. Alas no, none of you is going to turn into any Marvel hero, but many of you still feel empowered. The truth is, even if you all think and behave differently in general, you all show similar attitudes when it comes time to interacting with that someone that you like. Lets check this out: