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I peppered in a few nice guys here and there, but I think I was so insecure and unhappy at that time that I either drove those good guys away or grew bored of their niceness.
I didn’t see the pattern then, but once I met Ivan and chose to prioritize this genuinely sweet, caring person in my life, there were a few things I had to learn:—I’m not a super warm and cuddly person in real life.
Still, we haven't said “I love you” to each other yet. This happens early on, when you're well into the beloved honeymoon phase.
Everybody needs ‘closure’ but there can be no closure with the sociopath. The sociopath will give you back niceness, kindness, and fake love again, to lengthen his time with you.They’ll slow down for a turtle crossing the road, even if nobody’s watching.They’ll ask the person serving their coffee how their day is going, and they’ll genuinely want to know.In fact, people have said that it can be hard to get to know me.This aloofness isn’t something I work toward—in fact, I actively try not to have a cold exterior, but it’s a part of who I am. I can be a hard-ass, and I can be snappish and reactive and I take zero shit from anybody.They won’t play games when you meet them, and they won’t put up with your crap or manufactured drama because they know nice when they see it, and picking fights isn’t nice.