Sometimes it’s nice to share the limelight with others, where only fun is involved, I’ll say. Yet when romance gets thrown into the mix, why does it…

Sometimes it’s nice to share the limelight with others, where only fun is involved, I’ll say. Yet when romance gets thrown into the mix, why does it mean so much more to be the only one under that spotlight of attention and so much less when you have to share it. It’s nice to feel special, and I think it’s even nicer, in some respects, to make others feel the same way. But when your heart’s on the line, and you have no discretion concerning who you’re flirting with, or putting on a pedestal, just remember that there’s really only one and you just kicked someone off of it. A friend was just telling me a few days ago how much liking a person really isn’t worth it if they aren’t willing to turn off the charms that they throw around like gifts to any and everyone. That same friend still stands adamantly behind that belief, despite the fact that’s it’s caused so much pain in a short period of time. Is feeling special really something that we need? Personally, I think so. People with penchants for making the world feel good should still go that extra mile when necessary. How else will anyone know if they actually matter to you? You guys tell me.
– Eric

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