Kiele Twarowski1. You get teary-eyed at the most seemingly mundane things, like dead squirrels on the side of the road, or an old couple holding hands. 2. You’re a TERRIBLE liar. Seriously, you have absolutely no poker face. 3. You have a really hard time hiding when you have a crush on someone. It feels…
NisheYou inch closer to my ear, I crawl a little to meet you; Our elbows are touching, and my heart is aching. I heard you garnish promises, with the tips of your fingers on bare skin, I can feel your breath on my shoulder, and your eyes on my face when I stare at the…
Deep inside of our souls we have this longing. It’s indescribable. We long to be loved, truly loved by someone. We long to have that comforting presence of another person in the bed with us as we sleep at night. Knowing that they lay beside us gives one of the most comforting feelings a human being can ever feel.
MONK #1: what usually rides horses
like people or–
MONK #2: fire
Nishe1. “Your love should never feel like a bribe to return what someone should be giving to you freely.” 2. “I am still growing out of your childish habits, I am growing out of the desire to raise you into a man worthy of my love.” 3. “Being able to love someone so wholly is…
1. Turn the lights down, put on fuzzy socks, and make yourself a cup of hot tea.
Add some green plants. (Ones you won’t kill right away.)
To grow, a Gemini needs to let go of the guilt they hang on to about being fickle.
Realize that positive affirmations will only work if you believe in them. You can look in the mirror and proclaim self love 100 times a day, but unless you actually believe in your affirming words,…
ENFP having an Identity Crisis | Grace Kelly – Mika
ENFPs see possibilities everywhere, even within their own personalities. Like Mika, every ENFP knows the feeling of envisioning various versions of their best self and going a wee bit “Identity mad.”
ENFP asserting their independence | Billy Joel – My Life
ENFPs are fiercely individualistic. This type knows what they want out of their own lives and they aren’t interested in arguing with anyone who disagrees.
ENFP resisting growing up | Anna Sun – Walk the Moon
Let’s see – three minutes spent dancing around a dilapidated building asserting that a good heart makes up for a lack of shelter/money, and then a paint war amongst a group of adults who are having vivid flashbacks of their childhood – sounds like a classic case of the ENFP Peter Pan syndrome to me.
ENFP encouraging a friend | Nico Vega –…
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