If you’re willing to drop everything in a moment’s notice, then yes, maybe you are making yourself too available; but if you’re simply persistent and motivated enough to spend time with someone, I don’t necessarily see that as a bad thing.
I could have already seen you, but right now I would have no idea it’s you.
Getting numbers with no intention of calling.
Saying what you think (or know) we want to hear, but not believing it.
You become a better listener.
I’ve come to the realization that friends are like stocks — you invest in them, hoping you’ll be happy with the return; you’ll go through ups and downs, but ultimately stick with them; if they no longer become of value to you, you dump it.
1. You Have One Picture.
“The thirst” is everything that is wrong with today’s logic in dating. “Oh, someone who likes you is showing you interest?!” Man, how desperate is that?
Sitting down for family dinners.
You see a pretty woman and you automatically look at her… hand.