|A good talking to...|
A good talking to...
Jun. 12th, 2006 @ 09:39 am
I don't think it's really a matter of having people over but rather along the lines of them being worried about you. You speak of an undefined "Allowance" and this it seems is not the case, your roomates seem to be more or less on the un-sure of what to do side of the fence, more-or less they have sensed a large number of people coming and going or as I call it the revolving door effect, this is causing alarm to them because it could very well be that they don't really understand what you've been through and they don't understand still your reasoning behind not wanting a relationship right now. It's seeming more and more that they would rather see you with one person, happy that they can get to know so that they feel at ease knowing you are with a good person rather than someone they know nothing about..
ok this was at least somewhat intelligent sounding, I'm going to go attempt at keeping myself awake.
Well... while there's an element of concern, I don't think that's the primary issue. Sure, we all want the people we care about to find that "special someone"... but not a single one of my friends is even remotely about to tell me (of all people) that that's necessarily what I should be looking for. They know I'll find it when I find it.
It's more the fact that constantly having someone new around puts them on edge. It means they need to pay attention to this person, and they can't just live their lives. Hell, there are times when we don't even pay attention to each other... that's how comfortable we are with each other. But still, my question remains... if I've crossed the line into "too many"... I'm wondering exactly where the line was so that I can still play within the rules while doing what I want.
that's what I was addressing in my sleepless rant.. perhaps they are on edge because they don't even know anything about the person, you all don't pay attention to each other and are fine because you all know each other.
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