Moved On From Complicated Guys.
Being an extrovert has two benefits: You get a lot of dates and find new people and you are always labeled as ‘dynamic’. It seemed like I had everything anyone could want as a student in her teens. I had great academic grades, an empowering social life, I was great at networking and I was known to be the best outgoing student in my high school.
I was not physically fit, nor did I have a boyfriend. I had an internal ‘current’ that seemed to destroy every happiness streak I tried to manage. My success as an enigmatic host speaker and orator seemed to feel fabulous but on the inside, I was attracting negative energy towards certain other things. Like arithmetic and not having a boyfriend.
Although I got 84% in tenth grade, I was physically inactive and depressed. Thank you for the past! I proposed to my best guy friend and got rejected. I was crying most of the time and was feeling mentally unstable.
Now, I am in a much better position. I am preparing for my first half marathon and I run every day for 10 km. I get an average of 6 hours of studying done. My best guy friend phoned me and asked me to meet him today. I agreed on the first go, and without my past anger, hurt or pain from my last experience with him.
Life is now so better and so good. Thank you, Rhonda!