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April 10th, 2010
A hungry need is a dangerous need. Some of us need to be appreciated; some of us are "hungry" to be like and valued; some of us are "hungry" to belong to someone & feel special. If you try to find intimacy with another person before doing the hard work of achieving a sense of indentity on your own, all your relationships will become a painful attempt to complete yourself. Many people today share their bodies because they're afraid to share themselves.How much you put into a dating relationship will determine how much it will hurt when it ends.

April 10th, 2010
A hungry need is a dangerous need. Some of us need to be appreciated; some of us are "hungry" to be like and valued; some of us are "hungry" to belong to someone & feel special. If you try to find intimacy with another person before doing the hard work of achieving a sense of indentity on your own, all your relationships will become a painful attempt to complete yourself. Many people today share their bodies because they're afraid to share themselves.How much you put into a dating relationship will determine how much it will hurt when it ends.

March 10th, 2006
How strange the coincidences and chance events that arrive when least expected. Sometimes they lead to wild, wonderful memories that can be recaptured by a mere abstract thought and sometimes they were something you once wanted so badly but have arrived too late to be born. A phone call, unexpected, made me a little wistful and I remembered how I loved him. All the days and nights of wanting and longing and hoping, followed by so many tears. And yet I am grateful to him as I discovered I can still fall in love and that feeling is worth everything.

October 1st, 2007
There are things about book publishing that drive me batshit. One of them being novels that say "a novel" on the cover. Presumably, given that I procured the item, I am aware of it's nature. This drives me insane the same way nails down a chalkboard drive others insane. The other thing I find irksome, are books that have the author's name printed larger than the title; especially annoying when the title is a person's name, and you can't tell which is which. Someone said they are merely marketing, but marketing carries with it a whole other set of unpleasantries.



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