Three weeks ago I begin talking to someone, which I will call “Gummy worm” throughout this post. Until Monday, everything was perfect. The chemistry between us is amazing and the affection was beyond enjoyable. I just knew I found the one for me! Do I still think that? Yes. However, I feel that I'm vulnerable more than I've ever been. Why? I actually feel for gummy worm. It's one of those things where you notice that you're falling for someone, but is afraid to go further, as the future may not be so sweet as it is now. No, I'm not saying that in three months, we will be over each again, but more so that we may learn things about each that we didn't know
before...Then, our love nest crumble into pieces.
There are people in the society that lie about their age, who their baby daddy is, and even where they went to college. It's to the point where you have to undergo orientation with people who you talk to; Take them to the clinic to get tested for the itch, go get a lie detector test and even take a visit to the psychiatrist office for a session ( a free consultation will work). You can say that I'm exggrating, but you already know how real the thirst is. On a serious note, gummy worm didn't go through orientiation, because I felt in my heart that everything was legit; From the kisses to the words verbally expressed to me and those that weren't (but sent through a text).
See, now I'm caught up in my feelings. Hell (excuse my vocabulary), it's only been three weeks!
What is going on is that I've found someone that is different (in a good way). When you've played the game, been played, and seen
play in progress, it's easy to point out a flexer. I know how easy it is to tell someone something and they believe you. However, I also know that I must recognize the beats that my heart produce. Man, I'm not in love. It's too early to be talking all sentimental. Although, I learned something: everything that you try in your life will place you in a vulnerable position. That includes relationships, new career paths, and changes in your lifestyle. Is that good? There is no right or wrong answer. The benefits could vary for you, from that of
me or others.
I'm all for change...if it's for the a good cause; And relationships are a good cause. Therefore, I have to accept to being vulnerable, with the intention to be able to share my success and life with gummy worm. That's just what it is. The bottom line is that when you really want something, you might have to step out of your comfort zone to get it. If that's the case, just do it (if it's appropriate).