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Do you think a writer is hard to love - because the depth of emotion that can be described in words?


When totally being honest, a writer can write without holding back. Do you think this makes it harder to love someone. Sometimes intense emotions can be a turn-off.

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Best Answer Lisa HW says

14 months ago
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    Shannon (shanmarie) 14 months ago

    Excellent point. I think I was referring more to your comments about venting when I asked the question. Sometimes out-of-control is a state of mind when emotions take over. That said, I think more often than not, you are correct about the filter.


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Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) says

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 14 months ago

    I'm so sorry to hear that you are facing a health issue, Eric. Glad you are able to help her through, though.

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 14 months ago

    That's true. Perhaps personality types, as in the 16 personality types or Type A or B, matter more in your opinion?

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 14 months ago

    Some people are most definitely hard to love when their personality is unlikeable! So, do you do not think a writer venting by laying all the thoughts out in articulate form is being difficult? Sometimes hard not to take those things personally?


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Tamara Wilhite (tamarawilhite) says

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