I want you to know what happens to me throughout the day.Most importantly, I don’t want those inside jokes and private moments we shared to fade. We knew what each other liked and didn’t like, which positions worked and which ones we could’ve worked on.
Diets, shopping, work, exercise, travel -- you believe it’s better to do it the absolute right way, 100 percent of the time, or you won’t bother to try at all.
Being the type of person who lives life in extremes can be highly rewarding and fulfilling, but as is the nature of the beast, it can also be your worst enemy.
And while that might sound callous and wrong, the tduth is, even his friends agreed: People like Dean live life in extremes, mostly because they just don’t know it any other way. You’re either so high, so that you can’t help but spiral even further. There’s no compromise; it’s either you give that day, or you take it.
And while this does make a person extremely sharp, with heightened senses such that he or she is more focused on the present, this quality can also be a person’s biggest downfall -- for living life on one extreme end of the spectrum or the other means you’re constantly burning yourself out.
We’re “friends” who just spent the last few months -- or years -- dating and really getting to know each other. My friends haven’t seen me truly vulnerable and totally naked. Friends don’t know what positions I like or how I oddly hate morning sex. You still want me in your life but in a drastically different way. You were there for the good, the bad and hopefully not too much of the ugly.