TMI Tuesday #22

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  1. What makes you feel unloved?

Unloved, I definitely cannot say neglect. That is like telling that you cannot take care of yourself; so I guess I have to go with distrust, distrust in my wisdom to be exact. I find it hard to love someone back when someone cannot trust my judgment or wisdom enough, someone who cannot relax in my confidence. I think I finally figured out why women really get too frustrated when you did not take out the trash even thou you said you would, I think it’s not about the trash but rather her inability to relax and trust in you.

  1. What is the one act that a person can do that makes you feel loved?

The opposite of #1, I feel loved when she can take confidence/relax in me. When she can relax when I said I will take out the trash.

  1. What kind of music do you find romantic?

I find Friday, I’m in love by The Cure romantic. I found many songs romantic, even from Cannibal Corpse songs!

  1. What do you find utterly unromantic?

Neediness, some guys are assholes (bad boys) yet women still flock them. But the needy type is the worst at least in my opinion.

  1. What thing did you find out about your significant other that you decided to look past and go for a relationship?

Distance, this is the first time I’m in a long distance relationship.

Bonus: In your life, is romance dead?

Not dead, I’m just taking this as it is. Taking care of it and enjoying every minute of it.

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13 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday #22

  1. No, it is about the trash. I kid..just a little. I have learned to take my own out rather than watch the kettle boil, as I boil with it. I am a get err done type of lass and my hubby is laid back, it will biodegrade eventually kind of guy. I have learned, girl take out the trash and roll on. You are not in love with him for his trash taking out abilities, quite the contrary it is that aura of everything is okay even if the trash is full mentality you adore in him…don’t kill it.

    I do find wisdom in the insight you gave of relaxing into the confidence of the one you are with. I struggle with that having been the head of my own home, doing my thing for so long before marriage. I was so accustomed to “I got this” that I could not appreciate “we got this”. I have learned to give up the wheel at times, recall the beautiful strengths in him that complement the weakness in me. I think first (at least for me) the hard part was taking a good, long hard look and admit, at what my weaknesses are.

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