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responding. I had my silly side too. But I wouldn't want to be that version of myself twenty-four-seven. Here's what I'm getting at... When I'm attracted to you, it means I want more of you in my life. But attraction also means I enjoy being me when I am in your presence. I don't know if you have noticed this, but you change depending on who you are spending time with. Some people draw out one facet of your personality while other people draw out a different facet of your personality. Like a diamond with many facets, the light you reflect back at others changes depending on your surroundings. "Some people are so much sunshine per square inch." ~ Walt Whitman This quote captures so much truth. I personally like myself better when I am in the company of people who have that special "sunshine" quality. The sunshine quality is very different than Stephanie's silly quality. You can be reserved in your demeanor yet beaming with sunshine as someone approaches you to strike up a conversation. It's not that I like a sunny kind of person more than I like a sad person. I love them both; but I like myself better when I spend time with a woman who has that special sort of "sunshine" quality. Here's the number-one reason why I think you should consider how a potential partner brings out various facets of your own personality. My reasoning is reflected in the quote below. "Live life as a monument to your soul." ~ Ayn Rand I want my soul to shine as I live my life. Therefore, I want to choose a partner who will help my soul to genuinely shine. Does this make sense to you? Do you only look at the qualities and characteristics of a potential partner? Or do you consider how they magnify or dull the radiance of your own best qualities? Relationship Success Is Predictable Visit our Free Presentation on His Secret Obsession

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