While we may adjust to a new surrounding, and eventually meet new people, and experience new things, when it comes to the people, there is always this level of distance between us.
Give yourself patience, lee-way and room for mistakes.
Growing up in New York City, you get used to a certain lifestyle: A fast pace, no time for small talk, no patience whatsoever. But when you leave the city for a breath of fresh air, you leave all of that behind.
I used to say before moving to New York City that it didn’t matter where I lived, or what I lived in. I was perfectly content with having to sleep on a couch for a month or three, calling nowhere and everywhere home at the same time.
You research places to go hiking because you’re no longer getting an automatic workout from walking over hills.
You start wondering where all the sarcasm went. Your new friends, your new work colleagues, and the people you meet through these people don’t understand what sarcasm is.
People tell you you’re running away from your problems, and maybe you are.
It’s our way of taking control of a given situation: we abandon it before it has the chance to wear on us.
LA is by far, hands down, the silliest place I have ever been, not to mention ever lived in.
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