posted on Aug, 1 2013 @ 08:09 PM
reply to post by soulpowertothendegree
Let me see if I've got this right.
A woman couldn't figure out her own feelings for someone she met. Those feelings both excited her and made her afraid at the same time. That someone
had feelings for her, but read into her excitement as well as her fear, and that made him back off. It scared him a little. That someone then said
and did certain things to make her see and understand what she was going through, which just so happened to be the same thing he went through many,
many years ago.
A certain part of people that is gender neutral.
Something that she couldn't figure out for herself.
Sometimes we need a mirror to see inside.
Sounds like that "someone" is what a real friend is. Someone who sacrifices their own potential happiness so someone else can realize their own, AND
realize why and how it all happened. You can help guide a person to find happiness, but you can't always dictate where that happiness leads a person
once it's found. That's up to them.
Sometimes relationships may not be on the same page, but they're in the same book just the same. Sometimes society needs to realize that you can't
always put a blanket definition on the term "relationship", and that they look foolish when they try to judge something they don't understand.
Was that about the jist of it? Trust me, it happens to more people than you may realize. It happens to the best of us.