just had the best feeling of warmth thinking of sitting on the porch with you all. even though brief, was so welcomed. i cannot wait for warmer weather, although it'll be a long time till we get it here. i know it'll come, every year, like clockwork
thanks for sharing the warm and inviting vision Paja. much love.View Thread
i love to dance, and when i dance, my true confidence is there. i don't care if people don't like the way i look or dance, i think i dance pretty good, and sometimes cheesy
and honestly, i've noticed b/c i dance with all my heart that once in awhile i catch people giving me an admiring look (i like to think they're thinking, i wish i had the confidence to dance like that!) haha.
this also seems to make it easier for people to come up and talk to me. so that's a positive
First off, i completely understand where you are coming from, even though you don't want to delve into further details (totally understandable too, it's clearly an important subject to you). I've had a very similar situation happen with my best friend, and my dad gave me good advice when i vented to him once about it. he simply said, it seems like he (my best friend) values my friendship b/c at the very least he's talking to me about the issues.
is your best friend trying to work through this with you? he needs to make a big effort to regain your trust. and that will take time. it may feel strange to hang around him for awhile, flat as you called it. but that time will help you decide where to go from here. if it stays flat and you don't have the want to spend time with him after awhile, you may need to assess your friendship and what it means to you.
i know for me the issue i'm having similar to this has been an ongoing very tough subject for a long time, but i haven't come to a conclusion myself about what to do. it gets better, then something brings it down again, but i guess i want to keep him around since i don't end the friendship.
your actions will reveal what you want.
best wishes and lots of ((((hugs)))) while you figure things out.
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