GUILTY. I over analyze everything. And when I say everything, I mean E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G! I guess a lot of people can relate with me. It’s not that we love solving puzzles or such, it’s just that we can’t help but think too much and analyze every situation we’re in.
And the most common thing that we apply it to is in our relationships. Why do we tend to complicate things? The more with think about a certain situation, the more we analyze it, the more we tend to push the person away. GUILTY.
I’ve always been the type to be vocal about my feelings, but also the malabo one. Not that it’s intentional, I just happen to be on defense guard at all times - walls just happen to grow taller & thicker every single time I feel something for a person. I’m not talking about the friendship level of thought here, but the deeper one. It has always been my problem. When I’m certain that I like someone, I tend to be that stupid-malabo-girl-you-will-love-to-hate. Because I just always end up having all these questions in my head & the reason why is because I am scared that the person might think I’m assuming something.
It’s a silly disease actually. Often, I think I need to get medicated because of it. HA HA! I’m always the curious one, so when questions pop out of my head, I need to have answers & when I don’t get any, I go crazy.
But then again, when you dig deeper into the actual root of the problem - why you’re afraid to ask & have your questions answered is because we fear rejection. We fear it so much that we’d rather have all our questions left unanswered, but what if the answer waiting for it’s reveal is something beautiful? Life’s too short to dwell on things that can hinder us from living life to the fullest.