Talk. I'd listen
Everything here, I say to my friends in real life; it's why Jill thought I was giving her lines
when I was just being myself.
One thing I tell people all the time is: drink rum. Seriously, do me a favor this weekend and one night do nuthin but pound rum. Mojitos
, Captain n Coke, aged rum on the rocks with a slice of orange, whatever - just don't drink any other type of alcohol.
Drink one glass of water with a multivitamin fore you sleep and see how you feel the next day. No hangover. Plus, note that you'll feel "happy" versus "angry." Those same two chemicals I told you bout last time
not only give you that nasty hangover but also make you an angry drunk.
The beauty of rum is when you go on a bender, it only lasts that night. The next day you're just as productive as you woulda been had you not been on a bender at all.
Rum. It's nature's perfect drink.
Another thing I say to people all the time is Proverbs 27:17, which goes Iron sharpens iron, so friends sharpen friends. The people you surround yourself with are your mirrors to the world. It's also why it's painful when people leave your Venn Diagram. You dull a little when they do.
Interestingly, that bible quote was in an article on relationships in the NY Times
. The article notes that more marriages are killed by silence than by violence.
It's harder than you might think. The talking.
Her: My thing is that I just lose interest in people. You know how when you just want someone gone and you don't even want them to say anything? Ever? I hate how that feels.
Me: (slowly) More than you know.Her
: Yes. So that's why I wanna go slowly. I'm getting ahead of myself by trying to stay behind. Does that make sense? (pause
) We don't have to stop talking yet. You could talk. I'd listen.
Me: OK then, let me tell you a story...
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