Tuesday, 27 November 2012
As he thinks this, about her not knowing him well and giving him a chance, has he even fathomed the thought of whether he actually knows himself well? On the flip-side, does he know anything about her besides his attraction for her? Is there something wrong with him? Is there something wrong with her? Not enough may be told here, but what has happened is simple; a guy is rejected by a girl and he is not completely accepting of this.
"I'm sorry, you're just not my type," she says to him. She walks off, while he stands there disturbed, slightly frustrated by her rejection of him. "You don't know me that well, so why don't you give me a chance?" he thinks to himself.
"Why'd you have to be like that huh?" he continues thinking still perturbed by the situation. "I know if you gave me a chance, we would... we would..."
It is funny how some people tend not to be understanding in such cases. She may have her guard up, maybe she is narrow-minded, she may just dislike him or may have no interest in him to begin with, or maybe she sees him as just a friend, etc. No matter what her case may be, it all points to her rejecting him. In essence, there is no love here. This is just to a degree, his obsession towards her, whether it is him willing her to be his or be understanding of him, or in turn, him over-analyzing why she does not accept him or understand him.
"What would we do?" He starts to calm down and rationalizes things out. "Why would you wanna give me a chance? It's obvious that you're not interested in me that way or you would have accepted in the first place." He takes in a deep breath.By accepting the realization that this is not meant to be, he may be better off at least next time or with the next person he may later on meet. He can take this experience to realize how he can improve himself or his approach to allow someone to know him or to want to know him better so that some sort of connection may develop. Maybe this may help him better connect with someone that is befitting to who he is, rather than finding himself trying to satisfy an obsession that leads only to destructive behaviors and ideals.
He turns around and walks away from her...
Hope you all enjoyed this piece. This was something I had written over a year back like the other post I submitted about a week or two earlier. The question to pose here is, have you felt a sudden realization in regards to your views on courtship or do you feel someone you know should come to a realization concerning courtship?