Residence: Currently living at home in Southwest Louisiana, going to school in Southeast Texas
Personal Quote: "Regarding responsibility, it's not always about what we want. You don't have to want to; sometimes you just have to do it."
Enjoy the simple things in life if you want happiness. Otherwise, be quiet for the rest of us.
I think way too much, analyzing everything I see and hear. I'm constantly making decisions, warring with myself at what to do next and how to carry out my decision to the best quality I'm personally willing to. Even in my dreams, or nightmares, I realized I'm constantly thinking and making decisions based on the wacky circumstances my brain puts me in, and analyzing every little detail until the thoughts become so intensely real that I wake up.
I believe it's why I have a hard time meeting new people; I'm always thinking about and analyzing every word and action any new stranger says or performs, and then deciding how best to react to him or her. Lastly, I take considerable measure in hiding most of these self attributes. The passing person, not really looking or trying, won't take notice to my whirl of thoughts. But now that I've told you, maybe you'll make a stronger effort to get to know me, hm?
We now live in a world where random compliments feel uncomfortable, where trying to make someone smile produces awkward looks, and helping someone with their personal problems is considered creepy.
And I refuse to let it affect me. The next time someone gives you a compliment, smile and say thank you, so they know their thoughtfulness wasn't wasted.
I can't say much about myself. When you meet me and hang around with me awhile, you pretty much find out who I am and that usually changes from person to person.
Probably the only common thing everyone could say is I have an understanding complex. I strive to keep my mind as open as I can, to completely understand all sides to every problem, situation, event, emotion, and feeling. And I get deeply pissed when I see someone else is hating, not caring about, or even loving something they don't truly understand. Because of this complex, people generally come to me for advice on many of their problems. Try me, maybe you'll find I have the answers you're looking for.