June 5th, 2002
|02:09 pm - God this sounds so hypocritical or however you spell it.|
Its the god damn teapot syndrome.
Ok Start with a watched pot never boils.
then it goes
You find love when your not looking for it.
But your screwed if you stop looking for love just to find it because its another way of looking for love.
And of course you can crave attention too but you can't ask for attention because hen its people not giving you attention its just you calling attention to yourself.
And if anyone follows my logic then you will see how i set myself up to have me be let down.
So is it that i subconsiously hate myself. *shrug*
I don't know but at this point does that even matter?
Current Mood: aggravated
Don't know how to help there, dude.
I guess my best advice is this: be happy. Be yourself. Find something that's not love to occupy your brain happily while you've not got a relationship so you won't obsess so much.
I don't think you'll want to date the type of chick who's attracted to the darkly brooding gothboy.
Yes, you too can make yourself into a chick magnet. You'll want gamer or otaku chicks, I imagine...
I believe it all comes down to duality. There is always another side to something, and quite often it seems to be the opposite. Sometimes it is, but other times it's just another way to look at things. First, never assume something will happen, despite repeatedy tested results indicating otherwise. That is a good way to set yourself up for dissapointment.
Once you stop anticipating what might be, things will always be a suprise. I guess the trick is to try to see things as once you did as a child. Trying to see things for the first time.
Oops. Ok, lecture mode off.