I think it is really about feeling like there is someone else in your life, that you are still in touch with them. And that a relationship with someone else is really important.
I think there are two types of shallow relationships. The first kind are that when a person does something for a reason that’s not really relevant, but just seems to be meaningless. For example, if you’re dating someone you don’t really care which is like a “I don’t want to tell you this, but I just don’t feel like it, so I just do it” kind of thing.
The second kind of shallow relationship is that when a person gives you a reason you don’t really need to understand, and acts as a distraction from their real feelings. We see this with all of our relationships, but I think in all of our relationships it is one of the worst one. For example, if youre constantly upset and youre not willing to talk about it, then you will be constantly distracted and that will be a kind of shallow relationship.
Thats because when a person acts like a distraction, it means that theyre not really communicating their wants or needs. It means youve got nothing to talk to them about. The problem is that when we do act that way, it means that our real feelings are not being acknowledged. It means something is missing. When we don’t acknowledge our relationship with ourselves, then we don’t really have a meaningful relationship with ourselves.
I like to think of relationships as a great resource for self-awareness. When I read about a relationship that I feel passionate about, I’m always trying to find ways to better it. When I read about a relationship I feel angry about, I try to be more understanding of it. When I read about a relationship that I dont feel passionate about, I try to figure out why I dont feel that way.
The problem is that we often don’t know why we feel that way. The most common reason people don’t know what they feel about their relationships (or themselves for that matter) is because they don’t want to know. But instead of feeling uncomfortable or feeling judged the moment we discover what it is we don’t like, we just pretend that we don’t know that we don’t like it. We keep things hidden from ourselves.
I like to think of myself as a person who is open to discovering and developing what makes me happy. I do not like to be closed minded or afraid to explore or experience what makes me happy. I like to see what makes me smile and make me laugh. I really like to explore and experience the things that make me feel happy, and I dont like the feeling of being closed down or having to hide from my feelings.
As I said, there is nothing wrong with pretending that you dont like something. It’s a form of resistance and an escape mechanism. For example, I don’t like the feeling of being trapped in a relationship because it makes me feel unappreciated, unloved, and unlovable. It makes me feel like I am not enough, I am not worthy, and I am not good enough for you.
You might think I’m being overly dramatic, but I think pretending that you dont like something is an emotional defense mechanism. Like when you’re in a relationship and you pretend to be happy and care for someone. I think it’s a defense mechanism because it keeps you in a constant state of being okay with the way things are between you and your partner.
While there can be a positive way to pretend to be okay with something, it can also mean that you are actually okay with it. When our bodies are not happy with the way things are going in our relationships, it makes us feel like we are not enough. When this happens, people often develop a kind of self-hatred. By not feeling enough, we are not accepting enough of the way things are between us.