Why yes I do. Everyone in my life is special :-)
Nope not at all. I live with no regrets. I’ve learned to keep the past in the past and learn from it. Personally I’ve grown so much from the person I was when I was younger, so I can’t see myself dating anyone from back then simply because I still see them as they were back then. If they’ve grown too, that’s great, but that just means we don’t know each other, like we’re strangers now.
I honestly don’t have an answer for that. There no list of things that a guy can do, aside from being down to Earth and respectful. I’m attracted to genuine personalities, being yourself and showing me what makes you unique is everything.
I truly try to be a selfless person, I give without expecting. But when it gets to the point where you feel drained, like you’ve given everything with nothing in return, is this the right outcome to giving your all? When I say in return, I don’t mean in the egotistical/materialistic way, as in “An eye for an eye”, but simply appreciation, gratitude, reciprocation when needed. At what point do you save some of yourself for yourself? At what point does being selfless reach its optimum and you go into the spectrum of being used. I always viewed being selfish as a bad trait, but there must be some good, because being selfless without ever receiving appreciation, this eventually become a miserable feeling. I even feel bad for thinking that, but there has to be a limit. Maybe we should just be mindful of those who we give to? A check and balance system that insures that our good deeds will be reciprocated? However, that very act of insuring that your good deeds won’t go unnoticed seems to stain the true meaning of altruism. But something has to give (no pun intended). You have to take yourself back sometimes, and “give without expecting” to yourself…