Not only is honesty vital to idea creation, improvement and development, it also plays a crucial role in our relationships.
“Roses are red
Violets are blue
Your best-friend tried to fuck me
And I said no because of you.”
Show them that you care about them in whatever way means the most to them. That can manifest itself in many different ways: some friends cherish alone time, some need to be distracted from their situation with others, or with Netflix and ice cream.
Why was I not enough for you? I did everything I could to please you. I must have been too easy for you, because apparently you like games that make things difficult.
When your heart races and your knees get weak, forget about chill and be real to yourself. Don’t fight your feelings and don’t hide your true thoughts. Embrace them. Show them. Be vulnerable.
It’s a charade, an act that can go on and on for days, weeks, months, and years. And all you’re left with is all of these emotions that weigh in you every step of the way, waiting to defeat you at the finish line.
Think about your favorite comedy and ask yourself if that formula doesn’t apply. That’s what makes us love them — because we so desperately want to love ourselves. The truth is that we all want to “win” at every facet of life, and not one of us ever does.
He told me the truth. And, did he do it to be hurtful or rude? No. He did it because he knew I would appreciate his humorous honesty.
They don’t hold back from delivering the truth. Your blunt friend should be able deliver news sans theatrics.
I think I’m just being honest, but I’m saying things and they are making you feel naked and you don’t like it. I mistakenly assume that everyone wants to be as transparent as me. Me, with my heart dripping down my sleeves. I wear it proudly and then cry when someone breaks it.