Happiness, satisfaction, validation. These are my emotional needs...and I believe they can be satisfied by one person. Wow, many of my peers (including myself) don't take physiological references seriously, lol. So, one should have many diversified boyfriends....that's just too distasteful in my own grossly biased opinion. However, as of right now, my emotional needs are being satisfied by one person (my best friend). Therefore, I currently don't feel the need for a "partner"...I don't think anyone truly knows what they "need" anyway....QED j/k, I could be absolutely mistaken. Yes, I must be delusional because it's virtually impossible for one person to meet all of one's emotional needs (sarcastic)...Maybe my friendship will change paradigms( that's 20 cents instead of 2 ;) )..probably not. Most people may think that I'm just young, naive, oblivious?, stupid? Oh well.
HELLO PEOPLE ABSOLUTES
ARE SILLY. I'm seeing "All" this and "All" that in reference to people and relationships. ABSOLUTES will get one into trouble ;).
[quote] "All people are like that" Yes, with the exception to those that aren't....
[quote] "Even in the best of relationships there are moments of loneliness and feelings that your partner does not really understand you. Then you realize that your demanding too much of him and appreciate him for who he is."
Here is a point to remember: WHEN YOU MAKE GENERALIZATIONS...YOU'RE GOING TO BE WRONG A LARGE PERCENTAGE OF THE TIME...statistically speaking (I'm a stats major
)...which implies very little...
[quote] "no one person can fulfill you even emotional need" Refer to the above statement.
Define what you mean by YOUR emotional needs...then you can justify your argument. You most likely already know and probably don't need to justify your argument to me. I apologize if I offended anyone...and damn my post is way too damn long.