When People Meet Me...

... they always think I'm the stereotypical stuck-up little B****... but I'm nothing like that. I know what I want in life, I know what I want in a guy, in my friends, and I'm not afraid to tell people how I feel. Once people actually get to know me, they will find a fun-loving girl who has goals and wants the best out of life...

I'm not a prep, a stuck-up b****, or even close to shy! People can say what they want about me... I know who I am, what I want, and where I want to go in life... do they know those things?

Sometimes I hear people talking about some else and I just want to ask them... do you really know that person? have you ever thought about being in their shoes? do you know what they are thinking? have you even tried talking to them about these things? if not... then shut up!!! No one is perfect!

So why does it seem like we have to try to be perfect? For example, in relationships... we try to impress the other person or try to be that perfect person for the other one... but in reality the perfect person is the one who we can accept for being themself... we accept their flaws and cherish the things we adore... so why is everyone so worried about that perfect person when "perfect" doesn't exist? do they make you happy? can you accept their flaws? can you cherish your time together? do you at least have a few things in common? can you compromise? if so... then just be happy! if not... find someone who does those things...

I know what will make me happy! i just have to find the one who will make me happy...

I guess I want to know... have you found that person? are you stuck in a relationship that hasn't turned out the way you wanted? or any other answer you can give me...



marinegirl0404 marinegirl0404
18-21, F
3 Responses Mar 25, 2009

I agree 100% with both of you! I found that person as well. It's during the rough patches that we grow the most as a couple. It is during those times that the true strength of our relationship is tested!

I've found that person. We have our falling in's and out's, most of the out's are my doing I'll admit. But the important thing is we don't give up on eachother. If you're not willing to work to maintain your relationship, you don't need to be in it. If you don't think it's worth fighting, arguing, or getting pissed over, it has no value. Some people will say you just need to decide when enough is enough. ...I say bull$4!t. Love conquers all barriers. Things never turn out the way you expect 100% of the time. If it did life wouldn't be worth living. Pain and disappointment are just as important as laughter and being content. These experiences make us who we are and help us grow together. Variety is the spice of life and you can't make an omelet without breaking some eggs. If my better half and I never argued or fought, it would be a dull-*** exhistance. And I say who cares if you're a ***** or a saint, you're you. Don't change. That's what makes this beautiful chaos we call individuality.:p

I think the way you descibe yourself is the definition of *****. Nothing wrong with that. As you said, why try to be perfect, no one is. You are who you are. You know what will make you happy which makes you way better off than many people. ******* live better lives than thoses that let themselves get taken advantage of.<br />
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Cheers *****!