- Gender and Relationships
My thoughts on me
I'm easily amused by those who aren't sure how to take me.
From what I've been told the below describes me fairly accurately. I'm not being narcissistic when I say the good things about me, since I list some of the bad things as well. I've just spent some time taking stock of where I am and where I want to go.
I'm only me, and no one else.
If you ask me a question, I will tell you what I think, not what will be politically correct, or even what you wish for someone to say.
I don't beat about the bush, I'm sarcastic, pithy, and a bit on the catty side.
My observations of situations are usually spot on.
I don't waste time on nonsense unless it is what I want to waste my time on.
I am giving, faithful, and forgiving.
I can seem to be cruel and mean, but I only say what's on my mind.
I don't sugar coat things because when I do, it only comes out worse and my true meaning gets lost in translation.
I appreciate honesty so long as it's not thrown at me with the intent to hurt.
I tend to get introverted and withdrawn when there are things going on that aren't very pleasant.
I can even take it when someone tells me that I've crossed the line, when what I've said or done isn't appreciated.
I will listen to others vent, I will offer my shoulder to cry on, and if you just want someone to go out with, I'm there too.
If I consider you a friend, you are like family and if you need me, I will be there, doesn't matter time of day.
It's my nature to want to take care of others, but I've learned to not let myself be taken advantage of or taken for granted.
I am a strong person, too strong for most.
There aren't many who can handle me on a daily basis, and I understand that.
I care too much and when I feel a friend is being maligned in anyway, I want to tell them.
I've had to learn to let people find out things on their own, because sometimes that is just what is best.
I'm not stuck up, a snob or anything of that nature, I just observe what's going on before I comment, and I notice a whole lot more than many realize.
Knowing oneself and appreciating the complexity in who we are as individuals can help all us find happiness within.